Greater Houston is a prime recreation destination in southeast Texas that offers world-class parks, nature, shopping and dining, including:
A short drive from Advanced RV Park will take you to historic Galveston Island where you can visit:
The Strand Historic District in Downtown Galveston area provides a pleasing mix of shopping, dining, museums and galleries, including:
The Galveston Island Railroad Museum offers one of the five largest restored railroad collections in the country, which includes more than 40 engines and cars and over 20,000 other railroad-related items.
The Peanut Butter Warehouse is packed with a wide variety of antiques and collectibles, including Depression glass, Thomas Kinkaid furnishings, souvenirs, unusual gifts, Circle E candles and jewelry, plus a peanut butter pantry filled with homemade cookies, fudge, fresh-ground peanut butter and other delights!
Moody Gardens is a tropical southeast Texas attraction that allows you to plunge into the oceans depths at the Aquarium Pyramid® to see sharks, a multitude of tropical fish and even penguins. A trek through the Rainforest Pyramid® takes you through a wide variety of exotic tropical plants and animals. The mysteries of science open up to you at the Discovery Pyramid®. Thrills abound at the IMAX® 3D, 4D or Ridefilm theaters. Climb aboard the Colonel Paddlewheel Boat for a cruise. Relax on the scenic white sands and blue lagoons of Palm Beach.
The Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark is 15 acres of family fun. A German theme includes castle spires and architecture, which provide a central focal point for three amusement park areas featuring more than 20 water and recreation attractions, plus retail shops, food kiosks and much more!
The Kemah Boardwalk is a 35-acre complex that features a wide variety of restaurants with spectacular views of Galveston Bay, premier shops, amusement park rides, recreational sailing opportunities and much more!
Space Center Houston is the official visitor’s center of the NASA Johnson Space Center. Experience the past, present and future of human adventures into space when you explore exhibits, attractions, special presentations and hands-on activities.
Armand Bayou Nature Center (ABNC) reconnects you with the natural beauty of Armand Bayou by working to preserve its surroundings: the wetlands prairie, forest and marsh habitats, home to a variety plant and animal inhabitants, including snakes, spiders, hawks and bison. The Martyn Farm transports you back to the farm life of late 1800’s Texas. Take a cruise aboard the “Bayou Ranger” pontoon boat, or a guided canoe tour.