RV Rentals Mason, Texas

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Jayco Jay Flight 28BHS

Jayco Jay Flight 28BHS

2021 / Travel Trailer
Sleeps 10
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45.8 miles from Mason, TX
$105
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Keystone RV Springdale 260BH

Keystone RV Springdale 260BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 9
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86.4 miles from Mason, TX
$89
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Jayco Jay Flight 264BH

Jayco Jay Flight 264BH

2020 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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95.5 miles from Mason, TX
$99
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Jayco Jay Flight SLX 8 264BH

Jayco Jay Flight SLX 8 264BH

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 8
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95.5 miles from Mason, TX
$99
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Grand Design Transcend 29TBS

Grand Design Transcend 29TBS

2021 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 9
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53.9 miles from Mason, TX
$140
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Jayco Talon 403T

Jayco Talon 403T

2019 / Fifth Wheel
Sleeps 8
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87.7 miles from Mason, TX
$150
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Popular RV Rentals Near Mason, Texas, for Any Budget

Get a great deal on an RV rental and discover immense beauty and fun activities in Mason, Texas and the surrounding area. Travel trailers are the most popular choice and start at only $89 per night. You can also snag a popup camper beginning at $65 per night or enjoy camping in a fifth-wheel trailer starting at about $119 nightly. If you prefer a motorhome, consider Class C options starting at about $175 nightly or Class A options beginning at about $198 per night. 

RVshare’s Top Vacation Destinations Near Mason, Texas, No Matter the Duration

Austin, Texas is a fun city to explore with many unusual and interesting activities. In the spring, explore the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. You will also want to see the colorful cottage gardens, towering palm trees, and water lilies at Mayfield Park. Wild Basin Preserve is a fantastic place to go for a hike. 

San Antonio, Texas is a city that history lovers will not want to miss. After you have spent four or five hours exploring the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, take a stroll through the King William Historic District to see the mansions built by early German settlers in the mid-1800s. End your day with a hearty meal at Schilo's, which is the oldest restaurant in the city. 

Fredericksburg, Texas is a food lovers paradise. Start your day with a pastry from the Twisted Sisters Bake Shop. Enjoy a leisurely lunch at Vaudeville, where the Reuben is particularly delicious. Take a tour of the National Museum of the Pacific War before heading out on a wine tour. End your day with a delicious German-inspired supper at the Auslander. 

Explore Mason, Texas, in an RVshare RV Rental

While German settlers may have arrived as early as 1846, the community of Mason grew around Fort Mason, which the government opened in 1851 on a site chosen by Lieutenant Colonel William J. Hardee. Experts debate if the fort's name paid honor to Lieutenant George T. Mason, who died during the Mexican War, or General Richard Barnes Mason, who died in 1850. Soldiers kept Kiowa, Lipan Apache, and Comanche tribes away from the area to make settlers feel safe. Explore the historic fort for yourself and learn more about its history. 

James E. Ranck opened the second business in Mason and was instrumental in attracting others to the city. Along with Ben F. Gooch, Ranck purchased 5,000 acres and sold it to sharecroppers. The fort became instrumental during the Civil War as housing for prisoners of war. You will want to explore downtown Mason, which is typical of many Texas towns as the downtown business district surrounds the courthouse. While you are exploring the city of about 2,300 people, stop at Cooper's Pit Bar-B-Q for some Texas-style barbecue like folks have been doing since 1953. In the evening, head to Willow Creek Club and Café for Southern comfort food. 

While in Mason, visit the Seaquist House. This mansion that was vacant for many decades is being remodeled, and it is open for tours. You will also want to see this area's wineries. If you enjoy hunting, check out the big game ranches in this area, including The Wildlife Ranch and Bar-A Hunting and Fishing Ranch. 

Discover Nearby Towns and Cities

Brady, Texas - You will want to visit the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum when you stop in this town of 5,300 people. See if you can time your visit so that you are in Brady on Labor Day Weekend for the World Championship BBQ Goat Cookoff. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 15 Gas Stations 
  • 5 Campgrounds 
  • 1 RV Dump Station 

Llano, Texas - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area is located about 25 minutes from this town of about 3,500 people. You will also want to eat barbecue while watching a show at the historic LanTex Theater. This community's historic downtown area is a great place to go shopping. 

  • 20+ Restaurants 
  • 11 Gas Stations 
  • 1 State Park 
  • 6 Campgrounds 
  • 5 RV Dump Stations 

Menard, Texas - Take a stroll or a slow drive around this community and enjoy its historical buildings. The Art Deco buildings blend beautifully with the Spanish architecture in this community of about 1,700 people. You will love having a picnic in the city park. 

  • 7 Restaurants 
  • 6 Gas Stations 
  • 2 Campgrounds 
  • 1 RV Dump Station 

Best National Parks Near Mason, Texas

At 329 miles away, Big Bend National Park is the nearest national park to Mason. The Chisos Basin and Chisos Mountain are excellent places to hike. If you are looking for a challenge, follow the South Rim Trail. This park is also a fantastic place for kayaking on the Rio Grande River. 

Guadalupe Mountains National Park is 378 miles from Mason. You will love going on a scenic drive at this location to see the animals and crops along the Dell City Agricultural Loop. This park is an ideal spot for a long or short hike. This is a great area for birdwatching, especially when hiking in McKittrick Canyon, Frijole Ranch, and Smith Springs areas of this park. You will want to stop at the visitor center to tour the museum's early farming exhibits. 

Carlsbad Caverns National Park is 375 miles from Mason. While about 440,000 people come here to visit each year, many see the main cave and leave. Check out the cave, but also be sure to join park rangers for other wild cave tours. This park covering almost 47,000 acres is a great place to hike. Plan your trip in the summer so that you can see thousands of bats leave the caves at night. 

Popular State Parks Near Mason, Texas

South Llano River State Park near Junction is a fantastic place to go on a floating adventure. You can also kayak, canoe, and fish at this state park. There are over 27 miles of hiking trails, with many of them offering stunning views of the water. This is an ideal place to go stargazing, so book a campsite for a night or two. 

Colorado Bend State Park near Bend, TX is a fantastic place for a camping adventure. Take the short hike to see the 70-foot-tall waterfall after a rainstorm. Rangers sometimes lead wild cave tours at this park. 

Inks Lake State Park is an ideal spot for a picnic at the tables overlooking the lake. While no lifeguards are on duty, the lake is a great place to swim. Bass fishing is often excellent. 

Must-See Monuments and Landmarks in Mason, Texas

Stop at the Mason Public Library to see the outdoor statue of Old Yeller and Travis. This bronze statue pays tribute to the book's author Fred Gipson. Garland Weeks created the statue in 1959. 

Upcoming Events in and Near Mason, Texas

  • Mason County Livestock Show – Watch young people show the animals that they have raised at this weeklong event in January at Fort Mason Park. 
  • Roundup Festival and Rodeo- This one-day June festival features a parade through downtown Mason and a rodeo at night. 
  • Mason Chamber Music Festival – This festival featuring orchestra music occurs at Heritage Park, Odeon Theater, and the First United Methodist Church in June. 
  • Winterfisch – During this festival at the James River Crossing, you can learn to fish. Then, prepare your catch over a campfire or take it to a participating Mason restaurant for cooking. 

Popular POI Activities in Mason, Texas

  • Fort Mason City Park – This small city park with a playground has a campground. 
  • Enchanted Rock State Natural Area – The pink granite dome in this park near Fredericksburg is a favorite with hikers. 
  • Oak Tunnel State Park – Watch about 3 million bats fly out of the abandoned Fredericksburg and Northern Railway railroad tunnel nightly from May to October. 
  • Mason Mountain Wildlife Management Area – See scimitar-horned oryx, gemsbok oryx, common waterbuck, greater kudu, Thomson's gazelle, and axis deer along with native Texas wildlife. 

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks and Campgrounds 

If you do not want to camp at the city park, there are several other options near Mason. Dos Rios RV Park is a fantastic option located at the confluence of the Llano and James rivers. If you love rock hunting, then head to Bar M Ranch Services to camp, where you may find blue and black topaz and quartz. Otherwise, you may want to consider heading to San Angelo campgrounds, about 100 miles away, where you will find San Angelo KOA Holiday, Concho Pearl RV Estate, and San Angelo State Park. 

Best RV Dump Stations Near Mason, Texas

RV dump stations in Texas are usually not hard to find, and Mason is no exception. You can find them at Llano River Family RV Park and Fort Mason City Park. 

Popular RV Storage Facilities Near Mason, Texas

My Space Rentals offers RV storage near Mason. Otherwise, you may need to use RV storage in San Angelo. Dry Dock Self Storage offers outside parking. Indoor and outdoor storage is available at Affordable RV Storage. You may also want to investigate D & N RV Storage has indoor storage.

Frequently Asked Questions About Renting an RV Near Mason, TX

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Mason?

Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Mason, TX, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.

Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Mason?

Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Mason from RVshare.

Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?

Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Mason?

Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.

RV Rentals Near Mason, TX

State Parks Near Mason, TX

RV Parks and Campgrounds Near Mason, TX

RV Storage Near Mason, TX
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