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Once you reach the Okalhoma, Texas border you still have about 600 miles to go before you are reach the Magic Valley!
From Texarkana to Harlingen is about 617 miles.
Use this Texas Campground Map to find a campground, RV park along the way. Use while you are on the go, or plan your trip out ahead of time. Click on a campground to get information and book it online with RoverPass.
HINTS: Double click on the map to change zoom level: Right to enlarge, left to minimize.
Click on in the upper left corner of the map to open the map legend. Here you will find a list of all campgrounds on the map indicating the city they are in and their approximate distance from the RGV, ordered from North to South.
Click on in the upper right corner of the map to view the map "full screen". This is especially helpful when viewing on a mobile device.
The Winter Texan Connection is here to help you as you plan your trip the the Deep South Texas Region know as The Rio Grande Valley.
You can find a place to live while you are here at Winter Texan Resorts and Subdivisions.
You can find a home for sale or rent at For Sale or Rent
You can plan your itinerary for fun while you are here at Public Activities in Winter Texan Resorts.
You can ask questions and find out information on a variety of subjects at The Winter Texan Connection Bulletin Board
If for any reason you can not find what you are looking for, Contact Us and we will do our best to help you out!
Come and Experience the Grandeur of The Texas Hill Country at Mystic Quarry!
Our campground community sits on a large plot of land shadowed by the Texas Hill Country near Canyon Lake, TX. It's a vibrant landscape populated by 15 tiny houses, 9 cottages, 3 tipis, 36 RV sites and 22 primitive campsites. Beyond the meandering paths of these dwellings, you can hike or bike to enjoy the natural terrain around the rock quarry, future home of our outdoor movie theatre. For it was the mysterious fossils and artifacts found in these hills that gave us the inspiration for our name.
Centrally located on the rim of the Texas Hill Country between Austin and San Antonio, Canyon Lake is a community that is known as the Water Recreation Capital of Texas. The lake is fed from the Guadalupe River with cool, gentle waters for boating, swimming and fishing. Canyon Lake's distinct personality is drawn from its abundance of water activities and its proximity to nature, which give the area a laid-back vibe.
Visit our website to learn more about Mystic Quarry. mysticquarry.com