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Old 02-05-2015, 05:00 PM   #1
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Texas State Parks MH Length allowed

I'm looking at moving up to a 43' MH. Has anyone had issues getting into the Texas State Parks. I currently have a 39' MH and have been to 3 Texas State Parks with out problems.

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I'm looking at moving up to a 43' MH. Has anyone had issues getting into the Texas State Parks. I currently have a 39' MH and have been to 3 Texas State Parks with out problems.
We've camped in 60 of the 69 Texas State Parks with at least water and electric hook-ups. We have a 40' 5th wheel.

You will have no issues at the majority of the Texas State Parks. A few will be a challenge. A couple will be very tight.

The online reservation system is helpful to see if you will fit. Enter your vehicle type and length for a park and it will tell you what loops you will fit.

You'll have more sites to choose from if you arrive Monday through Thursday. Friday through Sunday are their busy days. Most all sites at Texas State Parks are first come, first served.

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