3366 N Bentsen Palm Dr, Mission, TX, 78574
Nestled in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley of Southern Texas is one of its many treasures, Bluebonnet RV Resort. Secluded in the serenity of the Valley is a transformation of an already established RV Resort, moving into the future of the RV life style.
While the Rio Grande Valley provides many leisure-time opportunities, Bluebonnet holds its own charm with an indoor Heated Pool and newly refurbished and updated Game Room/Lounge. New to the Resort is a Pet Bath House and Pet Park for our four-legged friends. Meticulously maintained grounds that support an Old-World Fountain along with a newly constructed nationally recognized Butterfly Garden, a newly constructed pagoda, complete with an outdoor kitchen, fire pit and entertainment area.
The Resort maintains regulation shuffleboard courts, a remodeled state of the art Fitness Center and measured fitness trail within the resort boundaries, horse shoe and beach washer pits. Stages, professional sound systems, and complete kitchens are contained in both recreation halls.
Best of all the friendly and helpful staff, along with our guest that call Bluebonnet their second home makes for a welcoming family atmosphere!
|Options||Starting Daily||Starting Weekly||Starting Monthly|
|Full Hook up 30 amps||$29.95||$140.00||$299.00|
Back-in RV Sites
Big Rig Friendly
Community Fire Pit
Community Water Fountain
Fire Ring / Grill
Big Rig Friendly
Remote Work Friendly
3366 N Bentsen Palm Dr, Mission, TX, 78574Click to open the map
The Rio Grande Valley is a birder's paradise and home to many "World Birding Sites," but the Rio Grande is not only attractive to birdwatchers and nature lovers. The Palo Alto Battlefield Natural Historic Site preserves a cordgrass field that served as a decisive battleground in the Mexican-American War. You'll find that South Texas and the Rio Grande in particular has a rich history stretching back centuries, history you can explore by museum. Don't miss the Hidalgo Pumphouse, which may sound uninspiring, but is responsible for turning this landscape from dry ranchland to sub-tropical greenery. Also, don't miss the local arts scene - the live theater is fantastic.