The Abilene KOA considers itself the friendliest campground in Texas.
Located in a former pecan grove near the intersection of I-20 and highways 277/83/84, the Abilene KOA is open year-round and features paved roads, 50-amp service and large, pull-through sites that can accommodate rigs up to 90 feet.
Choose from sunny sites or shady ones, courtesy of the many mesquite and pecan trees. Either way, you’ll enjoy a relaxing stay and famous Texas hospitality. There are hundreds of places to eat and shop in Abilene, and many restaurants will deliver to your site. Enjoy a dip in the pool or a game of pool on the billiard table. The grassy dog park and free treats are popular with four-legged campers.
While in town, visit the award-winning Abilene Zoo, where the $5 admission lets you feed many of the animals and even get nose-to-nose with a giraffe. This award-winning zoo includes over 500 animals and 200 species, a wetlands exhibit, climate controlled Discovery Center, weekend educational programs, summer camps, tours and special events year-round. While in the area, you also won’t want to miss Frontier Texas!, a multimedia journey into Texas history. There’s also Buffalo Gap Historic Village and the Grace Museum, originally the grandest hotel in West Texas.
Special Events coming up this week are the Vienna Boys Choir in concert at the Abilene Civic Center Oct. 29, the 33rd Annual Junior League Christmas Carousel at the Abilene Civic Center Oct. 31 through Nov. 3, Frontier Day at Abilene State Park Nov. 2 and the Kelly McRae Folk American Duo in concert at the White Buffalo Art Gallery Nov. 2.
The Abilene KOA is the perfect place to reserve an RV site or cabin while visiting these fine attractions or attending the special events. Follow the Texas KOA blog or like our Facebook page for more events, news and photos. Call (800) 562-7519 or visit our website to make a reservation today!