Come find your PARADISE in
"The Land of Two Summers"
Every Winter beginning in early Fall thousands of people from all over North America and Canada
head south to enjoy the tropical climate of The Southern Rio Grande Valley region of Texas.
Leaving their snow shovels and ice scrapers behind these "snowbirds", or as they are more
commonly known here in South Texas.. "Winter Texans", check into one of the TRVA Member RV
Resorts. You will find great discounts in many of the Texas RV Parks in the RGV.
From the golden sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico to lush citrus groves . . .
From colorful Mexican border towns to scenic back roads . . .
The Rio Grande Valley of South Texas has a wide array of natural and cultural sites to explore while you are on your Motor Home vacation.
With three national wildlife refuges,
as well as many other natural habitats, the Rio Grande Valley is one of the premier birding
locations in the U.S. There's the world class Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, the Museum of
South Texas History in Edinburg, the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen and more!
The balmy tropical climate is ideal for outdoor activities all year around.
Golf, tennis, fishing, hunting, bird watching and hiking,
are all yours to enjoy to the fullest here in South Texas.
There's plenty of shopping, dining and night clubbing opportunities for all tastes and budgets.
There is no shortage of fine restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines.
Almost every city has its own festival sometime during the year and
several have concerts and dramatic theatrical productions.
There's so much to do you may have to schedule time to rest.
Make a reservation in one of the TRVA Member RV Parks and Resorts
and you will find
organized activities such as: Dances, Jam Sessions, Craft Shows, Entertainment Shows, Pot Luck
Dinners etc. There are Pickleball courts, Shuffleboard courts, Tennis courts, Swimming pools, Hot tubs, Billiards
rooms, Exercise rooms, just about anything and everything that you want to help you forget
about those cold Northern Winds.
Here is a map of the Lower Rio Grande Valley in South Texas.