If you’re going to explore Lubbock in style, a good RV can really make a difference in how much you enjoy your trip. Fortunately, there are a wide variety of RV types to consider when selecting a Lubbock RV rental. These can include:
If you’re still not sure where to start, check out RVshare's RV classes page. It highlights the range of RV classes available.
The Lubbock area has quite a few RV campgrounds to consider, so it shouldn’t be much of an issue finding one that will fit your needs. A good RV campground will provide you with electricity and water, and usually, these parks will have amenities like swimming pools, hot tubs, and nightly events. In Lubbock, the Lubbock RV Park is considered to be one of the best because it has both 30- and 50-amp connections, and Wi-Fi is available for campers staying in the area. This location even has a workout room, which is useful for people trying to stay in shape during their Lubbock trip.
The closest national park to Lubbock, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, is about 230 miles away. In the park, try exploring the mountain ranges and spotting some wildlife. Get out of your RV and stretch those legs on one of the many trails here. Guadalupe Mountains National Park is home to the highest peak in Texas.
Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway features badlands topography as well as biking and horse trails. See roadrunners and Texas plain bison at Caprock.
Throughout the town, there are RV storage facilities that you can use to keep your rental RV safe from the elements. Places like Alamo Boat and RV Storage and Key RV Storage will have accommodations for both large and small RVs so that you can rest assured that your vehicle is taken care of.
If you’re going to be using a motorhome or camper rental in Lubbock, you’re also going to need a place to dump your sewage. Fortunately, there are a few dumpstations peppered throughout and near the city, so you’ll have options. For example, you can find a big-rig-friendly dumpstation at Chisum Travel Center, or you can find one as you camp at Loop 289 RV Park.
Lubbock has you covered when it comes to Fourth of July events. 4th on Broadway features concerts, a parade, street dances, and fireworks. RVshare can help you plan your trip if you're looking for things to do.
Lubbock is a fairly lively town for tourists, so if you’re looking to check out some of the attractions, most are available all year. For example, you’ll find the National Ranching Heritage Center in town, meaning you can get a look at some of the historical ranching practices that date back to the 18th century. Lubbock is also the home of Buddy Holly, so if you want to explore his life, check out the Buddy Holly Center, which has details about the recording artist and more than a few pieces of Buddy Holly memorabilia.
Texas Tech University is in Lubbock. Cheer on the men's and women's basketball teams while in town. Catch the Red Raiders football team in gridiron action as they face off against Big 12 rivals like Oklahoma and Kansas.
Lubbock is home to the Stars and Stripes Drive-In Theatre, and the city is also home to one of the first Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas. At this theater, you can watch a film while also enjoying a full meal.
When you’re looking to get around Lubbock, you’ll find options like Interstate 27 as well as Texas State Highway Loop 289. The town is also dotted with multiple state routes like 62, 84, 87, and 114.