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About Beaumont

Beaumont RV parks and campgrounds are spread around the city and tend to be fairly close to the major roads in the area. A few campsites in Port Arthur are close to the coast, while well regarded resorts do exist near downtown, especially along I-10. One of the area’s most popular is the Hidden Lake RV Park, and further south, closer to the gulf coast is the Trinity Bay RV Park, next to Fort Anahuac Park.


If you are travelling in Beaumont with little ones, be sure to check out the Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum located on the site where oil was first found in the area, triggering the black gold rush that defined the history of Texas, and the southern oil-rich areas in general.


The Edison Museum delves into the life and works of one of America’s most important inventors. Beaumont is a city of energy, thanks to the oil boom there, and Thomas Edison has played an important role in the local and global economies with his brilliant contributions to civilization.


For those looking to explore the South Texas Gulf Region, you’ll want to check out the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge in neighboring Louisiana, or keep it in Texas at the McFaddin National Wildlife Refuge, which is located on the coast and permits fishing. When you’ve tired of viewing gators and cranes outside the city, head towards downtown and check out Beaumont’s Botanical Gardens at Tyrrell Park, which has marsh trails for hiking and biking.


Beaumont camping is Texas camping through and through. Whether you’re just stopping for the night or making an entire summer of it, Beaumont RV parks and campgrounds have got you covered.