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Dallas has plenty to offer and welcomes all visitors with a smile. There are several RV parks outside the city, as well as plenty of nearby campgrounds making it the perfect place to explore the area. VroomVroomVroom can help you find the right vehicle in Dallas by comparing RV deals from trusted brands. If you prefer an SUV or station wagon, we also compare rental cars in Dallas.

Location Overview

Dallas is the third biggest city in Texas and is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area. The city which spans over 343 square miles, is home to many wineries and attracts millions of tourists from all over the globe every year. There is plenty to keep you busy while you stay in the city. When you visit Dallas in a rented RV, take some time to enjoy the city's fine dining, its many recreational facilities, its botanical gardens, and maybe even have some amusement park fun.

Some of our favorite things to do year-round in Dallas are:

Summer (June, July, August): To help you enjoy your best summer ever, hit the wave pool at Hurricane Harbor or explore one of the state’s beautiful lakes, Lake Ray Hubbard. Kayaking and paddleboarding on the White Rock Lake or Oak Point Park & Nature is another way to escape the Texas heat. For a more traditional lake experience, spend a day fishing at Catfish Corner or go camping at Lake Lewisville located right outside the city of Frisco.

Fall (September, October, November): Catch some football action and watch the Dallas Cowboys at the AT&T Stadium. Make sure to add plenty of fall festivals like the Grapevine GrapeFest, Autumn at the Arboretum, Addison's Oktoberfest, and Trick or Treat on Downtown Streets to your calendar. Going strong since 1886, the State Fair of Texas is an event you don't want to miss. Held in Dallas’ historic Fair Park, this show runs for 24 consecutive days and features plenty of competitions and top-notch entertainment.

Winter (December, January, February): Put on your skates and hit the ice skating rink at the Galleria Dallas or explore the best breweries in town. Take a drinking tour and check out Four Corners Brewing Company, Revolver Brewing, Oak Highlands Brewery, Deep Ellum Brewing Company, and Texas Ale Project. Just 20 minutes from downtown Dallas, capture the festive spirit of the holiday season in Grapevine, the Christmas Capital of Texas.

Spring (March, April, May): Attend at least one baseball game at the Texas Rangers Globe Life Park in Arlington or visit the Farmer’s Market located south of downtown Dallas. Witness more than 500,000 flower varieties including classic spring blooms like tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and azaleas when you head to Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden in your RV rental.

Year-Round: There are many attractions that you can explore in Dallas for free. Check out the historic Dealey Plaza and the Grassy Knoll, Klyde Warren Park, Kimbell Art Museum and the Dallas Museum of Art. Other favorite highlights in the city include the Dallas World Aquarium, Old Red Museum, Dallas Arts District and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Of course, no trip to Dallas is complete without a visit to the legendary Southfork Ranch in Texas.

Recommended RV Parks and Campgrounds in Dallas

Dallas/Arlington KOA Holiday is located in the city of Arlington on South Cooper and just a 30-minute drive from Dallas, Texas. This RV park provides electric hookups, a convenience store, cable TV, free Wi-Fi, sewer hookups, a dump station, bbq grills, laundry facilities, and much more. Aside from that, this park features an entrance gate with key card access, a family park, a playground, a swimming pool, and bike rental services.

The Vineyards Campground and Cabins is situated in the city of Grapevine on North Dooley Street and around 10 miles away from Dallas. This motorhome campground provides spacious pull-through sites, laundry facilities, a pavilion, and free Wi-Fi. In addition, this park features the Grapevine Lake right on the property, courtesy boat docks, a fishing pier, a horseshoe pit, a nature trail, and a playground. On top of already featured amenities, rentals of paddle boats, kayaks, golf carts, and bicycles are also available.

Dallas Hi Ho RV Park is located in the city of Glenn Heights on West Bear Creek. Only a 20-minute drive south of Dallas, this RV park provides pull-through sites, full hookups, Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and much more. This campground also features a lovely 22-foot paved entrance, a nice playground, shaded sites, lengthy sites. Guests also have easy access to the nearby lake and golf course.

Featured Attractions in Dallas

Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park, located on Malibu Drive, is perhaps one of Dallas's most popular attractions. This park provides extreme thrills, including bungee jumping with an incredible 7-story drop, a 16 story free-fall into a net, an awesome sky coaster gliding above 100 feet, an incredible rocket ride at 70 MPH, and tons more. There is plenty of parking if you decide to drive your motorhome over to this amusement park.

Dallas Arboretum is one of the most beautiful attractions in Dallas. Located on Garland Road, this garden spreads over 66 acres of land, presenting gorgeous displays of seasonal flowers, plant collections, trees, and ornamental shrubs. Many concerts, art shows, and festivals are hosted by this garden as well. What separates this garden from the rest is the fantastic diners and food offered right inside this visually appealing arboretum.

Dallas World Aquarium is an adventure in rainforests, endangered species, reptiles, birds, and tons of other amazing creatures. The aquarium also has some fantastic restaurants to take a break and enjoy a wonderful meal. Located on North Griffin Street, there is so much to explore that you can plan a whole day of fun. This attraction does not have a large parking lot, so it's better to leave the rental RV at the campground and grab a bus or shuttle.

FAQs About Renting an RV in Dallas

How old do you have to be to rent an RV in Dallas, Texas?

You must be at least 25 years old. However, some companies may rent to drivers age 21 21 and over. Learn more here.

Do I need a special driver’s license to drive an RV in Dallas?

No. Your valid driver’s license is enough to drive an RV in Dallas. Your license needs to be in English or an International Driving Permit (IDP) will be required.

Where are the best places to camp near Dallas?

There are plenty of places to camp in and around Dallas including Treetops RV Resort, Traders Village RV Park, Loyd Park Campground, Texan RV Ranch and Plantation Place RV Park.