Situated in Lubbock County in the northern part of the state, just south of the Texas Panhandle, Lubbock is the 11th biggest city in the state in terms of population. It's home to around 315,000 people and stretches out across over 123 square miles of land. Founded back in the late 19th century, Lubbock earned the nickname 'Hub City' due to its status as a key transport hub for the local region and being situated in a key location between the Permian Basin and the Panhandle.


1.Overview

Overview
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It's one of the biggest cotton-growing cities in the world and has been ranked as a super place in which to live and work, with a high quality of life for Lubbock citizens. The city is also home to some key attractions and landmarks like the West Texas Walk of Fame, the Museum of Texas Tech University, the National Ranching Heritage Center, and the Joyland Amusement Park.

The city is perhaps best known as being the birthplace of Buddy Holly, the rock and roll legend, and is home to the Buddy Holly Center, a museum to celebrate Holly's life. If you're a Buddy Holly fan, Lubbock is a must-visit location, and it's also a highly recommend stopping point on RV tours of Texas for its other interesting sites and attractions. Read on to learn about the best RV parks in Lubbock TX and choose the right one for your next trip to Hub City.

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2.Lubbock RV Park

Lubbock RV Park
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Easily accessed right off I-127, Lubbock RV Park is located in the northern part of the city in a quiet, cozy setting, mere minutes from all the main attractions, points of interest, and restaurants of Lubbock itself. This is one of the best rated RV parks in the area, having received countless positive reviews from past guests online. One of the best things about this Good Sam Club RV park is the vibe it gives off. As soon as you enter Lubbock RV Park, you'll feel like you've truly entered a home away from home.

While some RV parks are impersonal and basic, this one really feels special and comfortable. There are over 80 RV spaces at this park, with most of them having concrete pads and shady spots provided by local trees. On-site amenities at Lubbock RV Park include paved streets, coin operated laundry machines to keep all your clothes fresh, clean restrooms, good quality showers, a storm shelter, a swimming pool, and more. The park is open all year long and is closely situated for people wishing to visit places like the Buddy Holly Museum or Mackenzie Park.

4811 North, I-27, Lubbock, TX 79403, Phone: 806-747-2366

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3.Camelot Village

Camelot Village
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One of the best rated and most fully featured RV parks in all of Lubbock, TX, Camelot Village immediately catches the eye with its unique entrance gates, shaped just like the turrets and towers of an old medieval castle. Offering a safe, fully-fenced off community with large RV spaces, beautiful ground, and lots of amenities, this RV park stands out from the crowd and really goes the extra mile to ensure that you and your fellow guests feel as happy and satisfied as possible for the entire duration of your stay.

Camelot Village RV park is a pet-friendly RV park, but only small pets are allowed to ensure the comfort of other guests, so if you're not sure about your own animals, be sure to contact the park in advance and speak to the friendly staff to learn more. On-site amenities at this excellent RV park include full hook-up sites with 20/30/50 amp service, clean restrooms, great showers, multiple sports courts for tennis, basketball, and volleyball, a huge swimming pool, lots of sun loungers to let you catch a tan and soak up some of the sun's rays, coin operated laundry facilities, cable TV channels, regular security patrols, storm shelters, and storage buildings.

3117, 6001 34th St, Lubbock, TX 79407, Phone: 806-792-6477

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4.Lubbock KOA Journey

Lubbock KOA Journey
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Choosing the right campground or RV park is always a big decision and can go terribly wrong if you make the wrong selection. Fortunately, when you choose a KOA campground or RV park, you're guaranteed some of the best levels of service and longest list of amenities around. Kampgrounds of America has locations all over the country, including a great spot in northwestern Lubbock, TX. Rated 4 stars out of 5 by past guests, this year-round KOA campground and RV park offers low rates, big RV sites, and easy access to the town's attractions.

From the Lubbock KOA Journey RV park, you can be at locations like the Museum of Texas Tech University, The Vietnam Center, the Buddy Holly Center, and the Silent Wings Museum in a matter of minutes. On-site amenities at this RV park are varied and plentiful, including free cable TV with lots of channels for all RV sites and high speed Wi-Fi access for every guest as well. There's also a swimming pool on site which is open all year long and a soothing hot tub beside it too. Other amenities include a snack bar, propane sales, spacious big rig sites, a drive-in movie theater showing films in the evenings, a basketball court, ping pong tables, a play area for young children, a DVD rental area, and a dog park.

5502 County Rd 6300, Lubbock, TX 79416, Phone: 806-762-8653

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3 Best RV Parks in Lubbock, TX