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RV / Mobile Home Park Resorts, Campgrounds and Subdivisions Located in Brownsville, Texas
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4 Seasons RV/MH Resort
6900 Coffee Port Rd. ... Brownsville, TX 78521 ... 956-831-4918
Autumn Acres MH & RV Resort
5034 Boca Chica Blvd. ... Brownsville, TX 78521 ... 956-546-4879
Breeze Lake Campground
1710 N Vermillion ... Brownsville, TX 78520 ... 956-831-4427
Honeydale MH & RV Park
505 Honeydale ... Brownsville, TX 78520 ... 956-982-2230
Paul's RV Park
1129 N Minnesota ... Brownsville, TX 78521 ... 956-831-4852
Rio RV Park
8801 Boca Chica Blvd. ... Brownsville, TX 78521 ... 866-279-1775
River Bend Resort
4541 U.S. Military Hwy. 281 ... Brownsville, TX 78520 ... 956-548-0194
Rod N Reel RV Court Inc.
1059 S Indiana Ave. ... Brownsville, TX 78521 ... 956-831-3931
Winter Haven of Brownsville
3501 Old Port Isabel Rd. ... Brownsville, TX 78521 ... 956-831-7755
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Brownsville's semi-tropical climate is recognized as one of the most delightful in the nation. The city has an average temperature of 74 degrees and an average rainfall of 25.55 inches. Average relative humidity is 75.25%. The comfortable year-round climate provides for an abundance of recreational fun and activities.
Brownsville's population is quickly approaching 200,000 and growing. As the seat of Cameron County, we are a city rich in history and one of the fastest growing areas in the United States.
Brownsville offers the active retiree an opportunity to use several biking and hiking trails.
Charro Days is an annual festival which takes place in February. There's lots of Music, Food and Dancing.
The Gladys Porter Zoo is a visitor-oriented zoological and botanical park, dedicated to the preservation of nature through education, conservation and research. The Gladys Porter Zoo opened to the public on September 3, 1971 and has been an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) since 1978.
The Palo Alto Battlefield
On May 8, 1846, United States and Mexican troops clashed on the prairie of Palo Alto. The battle was the first in a two-year long war that changed the map of North America. Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park preserves the site of this notable battle and provides an understanding of the causes, events, and consequences of the U.S.-Mexican War
Find more information about living life to the fullest while enjoying your time in Brownsville, Texas.