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The best camping in Texas.

Boasting the second-largest acreage in the U.S., there is plenty of room to roam in the Lone Star State.


Four Sisters Ranch Camping

Four Sisters Ranch Camping

98% Recommend – 25 Responses
Will
Will: Either as a midway point on your way to/from Big Bend, or if you're just trying to get outta town, Fou...
Direct book$40/night
Tin Barn Lodge

Tin Barn Lodge

100% Recommend – 4 Responses
Kelly
Kelly: We stayed at Sue's Tin Barn Lodge over the weekend and had an incredible time! Sue greeted us when we ...
Request book$300/night
From the steep limestone cliffs of Big Bend National Park, down to the rugged beauty of the Texas Plains, the Lone State State offers campers the unique experience of feeling like you’ve gone back in time to the Old West. Most camping in Texas can be found a short drive from major cities, making it easy to get out of town and escape the summer heat. Pack your kayak and fishing Read more...
From the steep limestone cliffs of Big Bend National Park, down to the rugged beauty of the Texas Plains, the Lone State State offers campers the unique experience of feeling like you’ve gone back in time to the Old West. Most camping in Texas can be found a short drive from major cities, making it easy to get out of town and escape the summer heat. Pack your kayak and fishing pole and head out to the well-stocked lakes of the Texas State Parks, where bass and catfish abound. Visit one of the five foundation bison herds that saved the animal from extinction at Caprock Canyons State Park. Whether you’re hiking along abandoned railroad tracks, paddling down the Colorado River, or just looking for a place to park the RV, you’ll be able to find the perfect outdoor camping experience in Texas.
Ardor Wood Farm Camping

Ardor Wood Farm Camping

96% Recommend – 26 Responses
Kelly
Kelly: My husband and I stayed at Ardor Wood Farm this weekend and loved every second of it – it was the perf...
Direct book$40/night
Ranchview Off Grid Cabin

Ranchview Off Grid Cabin

90% Recommend – 5 Responses
Kelly
Kelly: Prepare to time travel while camping at the Ranchview Cabin! Built in the early 1900's, this cabin has...
Request book$50/night
Camels were imported into Texas twice in the 1850s and they could be seen roaming Texas hills and deserts well into the 1920s.
Brookside Camp

Brookside Camp

100% Recommend – 16 Responses
Shayna
Shayna: Our stay at Emory's ranch was absolutely incredible. The campsite was private and secluded, and had a ...
Direct book$35/night
Camping near Hamilton Pool
Dalton
Dalton: It is a fantastic property with rolling hills, great tree cover, and random antiques. There are multip...
Request book$40/night
The largest known bat colony in North America is in Bracken Cave in Texas. Over 20 million bats live in the cave!
Dos Rios Camping

Dos Rios Camping

93% Recommend – 29 Responses
Sam
Sam: Great location, Collin and Michaela were very helpful. We got in and found a spot to set up our tent. ...
Request book$25/night
Happy Horse Camping

Happy Horse Camping

100% Recommend – 15 Responses
Kelly
Kelly: Where to begin?! We had an absolutely phenomenal time at Happy Horse! We were greeted at the entrance ...
Request book$40/night
The world’s largest (and oldest) rattlesnake roundup is held every March in Sweetwater, Texas.
Sandy Ridge Camping

Sandy Ridge Camping

100% Recommend – 12 Responses
Blaine
Blaine: “Sandy Ridge” is what makes HipCamp so enjoyable. The host, Cody, was very prompt and helpful in his c...
Request book$40/night
Dos Rios Tiny Home

Dos Rios Tiny Home

100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Ashlee
Ashlee: This little tiny house is so cute! Tucked away off from the main camping area, this house feels al lit...
Request book$108/night
The name Texas came from the Caddo Indian word 'tayshas' meaning “friends” or “allies”. The Spanish pronounced it as 'tejas'.
Glamping Glen

Glamping Glen

100% Recommend – 6 Responses
Chris
Chris: We went out to Ardor Wood Farm mid-afternoon and got ourselves acquainted with the glamping tent and p...
Direct book$80/night
Oasis of Stars

Oasis of Stars

100% Recommend – 8 Responses
Lindsay
Lindsay: It was an amazing experience! Jan was such a helpful host! The stars were incredible at 3 am when the ...
Request book$35/night
In Texas, more than 95 percent of land is privately owned. Time to go Hipcamping :)
Ancient Oaks

Ancient Oaks

89% Recommend – 14 Responses
Matthew
Matthew: Eco Rich is not as much a farm or ranch as it is a South Texas paradise. Nestled just inside the north...
Direct book$35/night
Spirit Warrior Tipi
Ashlee
Ashlee: The centerpiece of the campground, the striking tipi is a lovely respite from the perfectly insulated ...
Request book$50/night
Cabin 71
William Reed
William Reed: A 40 minute drive west outside of Austin, Texas this cabin plays host to a cactus farm, cedar trees, a...
Direct book$150/night
Tipi In The Orchard
Adam
Adam: Our time at the Orchard was absolutely magical. The tipi was a perfect mix between camping and “glampi...
Direct book$45/night
Hill Country Heaven

Hill Country Heaven

94% Recommend – 8 Responses
Jamie
Jamie: This place was great. Very quiet and peaceful. Our host was very nice, but I did want to clarify how t...
Request book$50/night
Braun Oaks Campground
Stephanie
Stephanie: The Braun Oaks Campground in Helotes, TX is a little gem hidden right outside of San Antonio, TX just ...
Direct book$30/night
Happy Horse Rv

Happy Horse Rv

100% Recommend – 5 Responses
Angie
Angie: We were looking for a place to camp at the last minute. My wife discovered Hipcamp online, decided to ...
Request book$40/night
Privet Spring Fed Creek
Matthew
Matthew: Inspired by his love of nature and his affinity for hot springs, Matt (the host) crafted this camp as ...
Request book$55/night