Hwy 114 and Hawkins Street in Loving, Texas 76460
Call ahead or just drop
50, 30, 20 amp, water,
and sewer hookups at all RV sites.
Primative sites available.
Post Office and Cafe,
fuel and propane available nearby.
The Texas State Historical Association has a brief statement on Loving at
this link: http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hll69
Although the locals will come up with a few other "non official"
versions of how and where Loving became and got its name.
After you've visited us, I'm sure you'll have a story of your own.
was founded in 1907 on land that was part of the Lost Valley Loving Ranch, owned
by Oliver Loving who was the grandson of the famous cattle drover, Oliver Loving.
The town was moved approximately one mile to the north in 1909 in order to be
along the Gulf, Texas and Western Railroad. Trinity Townsite Company trustee
B.B. Cain platted the new town on land purchased from the Steadham brothers,
members of a local ranching family. Loving grew at a slow but steady pace throughout
the early and middle part of the twentieth century and by 1930 possessed several
churches, businesses as well as its own school, bank, and church. The population
peaked at 350 in 1940, but subsequently declined to 240 by 1980 and maintained
this level through the 1990 Census. According to the 2000 Census, however, this
figure had increased significantly and Loving is now home to some 300 residents.
Spring is bringing on the green grass and the urge to get out side! Come
see our park, plug in and stay a while! We've added a cabin to rent and a
park model camper, as well.
We will be planting and grooming and pretty-fying it up all along. It works,
its easy to get in to, and we'll cut you a deal.
Cabin available for rent
$575 monthly no deposit and all utilities included.
New refrigerator and range