RV Rentals Lake Jackson, Texas

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Forest River RV Sierra 365SAQ

Forest River RV Sierra 365SAQ

2014 / Fifth Wheel
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Sleeps 10
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14.2 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$124
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Heartland Mallard 312

Heartland Mallard 312

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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52.0 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$110
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Keystone RV Springdale Mini 1800BH

Keystone RV Springdale Mini 1800BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
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74.1 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$98
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KZ Sportsmen Classic 180BH

KZ Sportsmen Classic 180BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 5
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82.4 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$89
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Viking Ultra-Lite 262BHS

Viking Ultra-Lite 262BHS

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 9
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16.0 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$115
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Forest River RV Salem 26DBUD

Forest River RV Salem 26DBUD

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 10
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16.0 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$135
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Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 10
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62.5 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$125
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Dutchmen RV Coleman Light LX 2855BH

Dutchmen RV Coleman Light LX 2855BH

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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52.0 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$105
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KZ Sportsmen SE 260BHSE

KZ Sportsmen SE 260BHSE

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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73.9 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$119
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Grand Design Imagine 23BHE

Grand Design Imagine 23BHE

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 6
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82.2 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$110
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Forest River RV Wildwood X-Lite 241QBXL

Forest River RV Wildwood X-Lite 241QBXL

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 4
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84.7 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$98
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Jayco Jay Flight 242 BHS

Jayco Jay Flight 242 BHS

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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48.8 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$109
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Heartland Mallard 210RB

Heartland Mallard 210RB

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 4
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52.0 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$95
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Dutchmen RV Coleman Light 2835BH

Dutchmen RV Coleman Light 2835BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 9
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69.1 miles from Lake Jackson, TX
$125
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Plan to explore Lake Jackson, Texas and the surrounding area in an RV. Invite your friends along because many of these RVs can sleep up to 10 people. Travel trailers are the most popular option, but many people also opt for Class C motorhomes. Other options include Class A motorhomes, fifth-wheel campers, toy haulers, and popup campers. Prices can start as low as $60. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Lake Jackson, Texas, No Matter the Duration

Plano, Texas is a can't-miss pit-stop on a road trip from Oklahoma City to Dallas. Plano's first settlers were sustenance farmers before 1872 when the railroad first arrived in this community and brought immense growth quickly. Now, Plano is a major city with lots of shopping fun and outstanding dining venues. Learn more about this city's history by touring the Interurban Railway Museum in this city of 287,000 located north of Dallas. 

Houston, Texas offers visitors more than 11,000 restaurants. Catch a live theater performance in the Houston Theater District, covering 17 blocks in the downtown area. Head to the Heritage Society to see the 10 historic buildings constructed between 1823 and 1905. If you're looking for a truly epic adventure, embark on a road trip from Houston to Los Angeles.

Bay City, Texas is a fantastic place to take a walk along the intercoastal waterway. This community is only 20 miles from some of the area's best beaches. You will also want to explore the downtown area with its fantastic shopping. 

Explore Lake Jackson, Texas, in an RVshare RV Rental

Around 1840, Virginia planter Abner Jackson moved his wife to a location between the Brazos River and Oyster Creek. He began amassing property in the area and created his brick factory. The plantation was one of the first in Texas to have brick buildings, but they looked like they were constructed of natural rock because 1-inch-thick stucco covered the brick. Soon, Jackson was producing more than 745,000 pounds of sugar annually on his 3.75 acres. He became the second-largest enslaver in the state. When Jackson died, his son John C. took over the estate, but he refused to share it with his brother. The brother, George W., killed John C., but the government did not persecute him for the crime. Shortly after, he died of tuberculosis, and the estate's executor sold parcels of land to meet debt obligations. 

Fast forward to 1940 when Dow Chemical decided to build a large chemical plant in Freeport, about eight miles away from the former plantation. Doctor Alfred P. (Dutch) Beutel, who was in charge of the Texas plant, faced a huge problem. He had thousands of employees and needed thousands more, but there was no place for them to live. Doctor Beutel loaded up several Dow Chemical directors and drove them to see the former Jackson Plantation. The directors agreed that the company should build a new town. Mr. Alden B. Dow laid out the city on paper before any clearing began. Workers were moving building equipment to start the new town when the Japanese attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor, and construction of the new city started on December 8, 1941. When you are exploring Lake Jackson, you will notice beautiful old trees. When Dow laid out the town, he gave specific instructions that these trees, including their extensive root structure, were not to be harmed. Stop at the Lake Jackson Historical Museum to learn more about the city's history. 

While exploring this city of about 28,000 people, you may want to eat at some local restaurants. Asiel's Restaurant is the perfect place to start the day with breakfast favorites, like fried eggs, home fries, and fresh coffee. Head to Lake Jackson Seafood at lunchtime for some terrific gumbo, and end your day with a cold brew and a steak at the Swamp Shack. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Freeport, Texas – Freeport was the home of the world's largest sulfur mines. Dow Chemical is also responsible for developing this town. In under 23 years, Dr. Beutel oversaw the development of the largest chemical plant in the United States in this city. 

  • 16 Restaurants 
  • 20+ Gas Stations 
  • 2 Campgrounds 
  • 8 RV Dump Stations 

Clute, Texas – This community of about 11,000 started as Calvit and Eagle Island Plantations. Alexander Calvit was the richest man who was part of Stephen Austin's Old Three Hundred. Solomon J. Clute purchased both plantations in 1881, and people named this town after him. 

  • 7 Restaurants 
  • 7 Gas stations 
  • 4 Campgrounds 
  • 2 RV Dump Stations 

Brazoria, Texas – About 2,700 people live in this community that was laid out in 1828 by John Austin. Doctor Sofie Herzog, who grew up in this community, was the first female head of an American railway. Men organized the first Masonic Lodge in Texas in this city. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 11 Gas Stations 
  • 9 Campgrounds 
  • 9 RV Dump Stations 

Best National Parks Near Lake Jackson, Texas

The closest national park to Lake Jackson is Hot Springs National Park. This park, about 462 miles away in Hot Springs, Arkansas, is a fantastic place to soak in a tub of mineral-rich water like visitors have been doing since before the federal government started protecting the area in 1832. The current bathhouses are the third and fourth generation of bathhouses located on this site. This is the only national park that has its own distillery. 

Big Bend National Park is 612 miles from Lake Jackson. This park, founded in 1935, is a terrific place to go for a canoeing adventure on the Rio Grande River. You can also find outstanding trails at this park that covers more than 1,200 square miles. 

Carlsbad Caverns National Park near Carlsbad, New Mexico, contains more than 119 caves. Before you enter the main cave, look around, and you will discover mescal cooking pits and a cave painting created by early Native Americans, but there is no evidence that these people went into the cave. The first person to have explored the cave was 16-year-old Jim White, who thought he saw smoke while rounding up cattle. Riding towards what he thought was a fire to give an accurate report to his superiors, Jim realized that he was seeing thousands of bats exiting a cave. Afraid of being bullied, he kept his discovery to himself until he could go back to the cave and explore it. He named the first drip pool that he found Devil's Spring and others Devil's Finger, Devil's Armchair, and Witch's Finger. You can still see these formations and learn more about the story on a cave tour. 

Popular State Parks Near Lake Jackson, Texas

Galveston Island State Park near Galveston is a beautiful place to go on a paddling adventure on the calm waters. Paddling trails range from 2.6 to 4.8 miles. Anglers love coming here to fish in the bay. Build a sandcastle on the beach before going for a waterfront walk along four miles of trails. Learn more about nature in this area by visiting the nature center, which is open on weekends. 

Brazos Bend State Park is a short drive northeast of Lake Jackson, and this location near Needville is the ideal spot to go fishing from the pier. The short Creekfield Lake Nature Trail is an excellent place to spot wildlife. There are 13 miles of multi-use trails. 

For a fun beach vacation in Texas, check out Sea Rim State Park. There are five miles of beach coastline on the Gulf of Mexico where, in addition to sunbathing and swimming, you can go horseback riding, kayaking, or bird-watching. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks Near Lake Jackson, Texas

 Make the 13-mile drive north to Angleton to see the Stephen F. Austin statue. The 60-foot-tall statue portrays Austin gazing over the coastal plains where the first colonists selected their homesites. Rancher Henry Munson donated the 10-acre Henry William Munson Park at the geographical center of Brazos County. Surrounding the statue created by David Adickes, who also created the giant Sam Houston statue at Huntsville, the volunteer group planted 300 trees. Each tree represented a family who had homesteaded under Stephen F. Austin's first colonial contract in Mexican Texas. You will also want to tour the small museum at this site to learn more about these early settlers who generally had British ancestry. 

Upcoming Events in and Near Lake Jackson, Texas

  • Surfside Marathon - This early February festival features a full and half marathon in Surfside Beach and many activities surrounding the races. 
  • Migration Celebration – Celebrate the return of the birds and wildlife that live in this area during the warmer months at this April festival in Brazoria. 
  • The Great Texas Mosquito Festival - Join the family games, cookoff fun, and craft contests at this July festival in Clute. 
  • Festival of Lights – This two-day festival in Lake Jackson during December includes a pajama jam, food and craft booths, and bounce houses. 

Popular POI Activities in and Near Lake Jackson, Texas

  • Wilderness Park – This park along the Brazos River and Buffalo Camp Bayou has a four-mile-long hiking trail and a canoe launch. 
  • Brazosport Nature Center and Planetarium – Follow the nature trail at this park connected to The Center for the Arts and Sciences before heading inside to watch a show at the planetarium. 
  • Dow Woods- Follow the trail through the bottomland hardwood forest to reach the Bastrop Bayou in Lake Jackson. 
  • Dow Centennial Bottomlands Park – Hike through the bottomland forests along the Brazos River. This is a great place to go birdwatching in the spring. 
  • Gulf Coast Bird Observatory – Hike the short trail to the photo blind bird observatory at this park in Lake Jackson. 
  • Brazos River County Park – This park features a playground, covered picnic area, and canoe launch. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds

There are lovely campgrounds across Texas. You may want to think about Paradise Lost in the Lake Jackson area, which has large covered spaces with full hookups. Plantation Oaks RV Park offers campsites under tall oak trees. This campground provides long-term stays and overnight accommodations only one mile from the Dow Chemical plant. Happy Camp RV Park in Angleton offers large sites. All three campgrounds offer campers free internet. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Lake Jackson, Texas 

Business owners and government organizations offer many RV dump stations in Texas. You may want to use the one at Caney Creek RV Park near Sargent. Alternatively, Austin's Landing RV Park and Surfside Beach RV Park in Surfside offer this service. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Lake Jackson, Texas

There are many options in RV storage facilities in Texas. Consider Angleton Secure Storage, Handy Boat & RV Storage, or Allen Mini-storage in Angleton. Always call ahead to work out details and find out pricing.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Lake Jackson, TX

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Lake Jackson?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Lake Jackson, TX, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Lake Jackson?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Lake Jackson from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Lake Jackson?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

RV Rentals Near Lake Jackson, TX

State Parks Near Lake Jackson, TX

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Lake Jackson, TX

Road Trips Starting from Lake Jackson, TX

RV Storage Near Lake Jackson, TX
The city of Galveston, Texas, has a long and storied history and has enjoyed a recent revival of interest and growth. You will enjoy seeing it all in your own RV or a rental. Your road trip through Galveston should include visiting some of the more than 2,000 historic buildings in downtown Galveston, and everyone in the family will enjoy the thrills at the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier amusement park. You also can find many great campgrounds to stay at while traveling through Galveston. You may need RV storage at some point during your trip, and you may be concerned about the hot and humid weather’s effect on your RV. However, the RV storage sites listed below in no particular order offer a mix of outdoor parking or indoor RV storage Galveston, TX, or covered parking.
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