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RV Life: Lost Alaskan RV park is a Texas treasure

From the writers at RV Life.

Just outside of the rural West Texas community of Alpine, 4,500 feet above sea level and where the sprawling Texas landscape meets the Chisos mountain range is Lost Alaskan RV Park, where there`s always something to do, whether you leave the park or not. By day, the Lost Alaskan and surrounding region offers plenty of activity for all ages and by night, admire the clear Texas sky that’s blanketed with stars as bright as you’ve ever seen.

Catering to snowbirds under the family-ownership of Todd and Shazlyn Tays, Lost Alaskan Park constantly experiences new and repeat visitors since the couple purchased the 17-acre RV park three-and-a-half-years-ago. After all, with 98 large sites, competitive rates for full hook-ups and an assortment of park amenities, Lost Alaskan is the perfect vacation destination or the ideal rest stop after a long day on the road. Having a repeat clientele and solid reputation among RVers says a lot, considering the park is approximately 65 miles from the nearest Interstate with other camping options in the region.

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