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The best camping near San Antonio, Texas.

Enjoy the natural beauty of central Texas just steps from the Alamo, San Antonio's Riverwalk, and the city's fiestas and rodeos.


home sweet tent
grabbing firewood from across the creekbed
tent people dog
the greenhouse
a big firepit and firewood are provided!
Chula Vista Farms
100% 26 Responses
$30/night
Rachel
Rachel: One of the best hipcamp experiences I've had thus far - Judith and her daughter Kelly w...
You can camp anywhere you want out on the property away from RVs and Cabins for lots of privacy.
Bandera City Park is about 15 minutes away!
Communal area!
Communal restrooms.
Al's Hideaway Primitive Camping
Al's Hideaway Primitive Camping
100% 12 Responses
$20/night
Tom
Tom: Friendly staff. Really great common area. Very clean!! Great place to stay.
All around northern San Antonio, you'll find unique, private camping spots. Enjoy a peaceful rest on a "sleeping porch" at a renovated barn where you can wake up to sweeping landscapes, or pitch your tent at a working farm where fresh eggs await you every morning. Opt for lakefront glamping where your hosts treat you to outdoor movies or live music, or spend a weekend camping Read more...
All around northern San Antonio, you'll find unique, private camping spots. Enjoy a peaceful rest on a "sleeping porch" at a renovated barn where you can wake up to sweeping landscapes, or pitch your tent at a working farm where fresh eggs await you every morning. Opt for lakefront glamping where your hosts treat you to outdoor movies or live music, or spend a weekend camping in the same scenic location that Native Americans occupied over 10,000 years ago. If you're in Texas, you know there's always a dude ranch nearby, and San Antonio offers some of the best in the state. Enjoy hayrides, horseback riding and three big meals a day. Pull up your RV, and feel free to BYOH (bring your own horse). Tent camping along the Guadalupe River puts you right in the middle of the natural beauty that abounds in central Texas, or choose community campgrounds that put you within easy driving distance of San Antonio or Austin. You'll get the best of both the great outdoors and the bustling city.
The WigWam TeePee
View from about a mile from camp! Get directions and drive up there and hike the last little bit.
Communal area.
The WigWam TeePee
lodging teepee
Canvas tent provided
The WigWam TeePee
100% 6 Responses
$65/night
Stephanie
Stephanie: Located at the corner of 16 and 46, Al’s Hideaway is at the center of 3 cool, small Tex...
A view of your campsite, with outdoor firepit, firewood, and chairs provided
inside the goat pen
animal goat
forest hiking activity
tentview lodging amenity
Little Haven - Wimberley, TX
100% 22 Responses
$45/night
Rachel
Rachel: A perfect piece of heaven in the heart of the hill country. I stayed here over Valentin...
The Fiesta San Antonio, which hosts the second-largest parade in the country, originally honored the veterans of the Battle of the Alamo.
Boulderdash Site#2 RV
Views from up top on the cliff!
activity water kayak
activity water kayak
Awesome platform!
Boulderdash Site#2 RV
100% 3 Responses
$40/night
Keum
Keum: Great place to kick back & relax! Hosts are great & area is clean! Great town as well ...
RV spot!
BOULDERdash!
activity water kayak
forest picnic table amenity
Great views from the platform!
Boulderdash Site#1 RV
100% 1 Response
$40/night
Kimberly
Kimberly: Wow! I cannot recommend this campsite enough! We had such a wonderful time! The sights ...
Don't miss the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, one of the biggest rodeos in the entire country.

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Bunkhouse
Take in all the goodness that is this working guest ranch. :)
Hay Ride every evening is a great way to check out the ranch, and see some local wildlife.
cabin lodging
Great gathering spot in front of the Cowboy Bunkhouse
Cabin provided
Stirrup Lodge Cabin
100% 2 Responses
$162/night
Ashlee
Ashlee: The ranch cabins are perfect if you’re looking for a little bit more comfort than what ...
RV site.
swimming activity water
Clear Medina river waters a stones throw from camp!
water
tent people animal
Boulderdash site #3 RV (small)
92% 6 Responses
$35/night
Launi
Launi: We actually wound up staying in site #2 as we simply could not get into #3, but that’s ...
San Antonio was home to the first air-conditioned office building in the U.S., but when you camp by a rushing creek, you'll feel just as cool.
Inside campsite looking out
Good Times Camp
Outside of campsite looking in.
Glass ceiling shower house.
Good Times Camp
Good Times Camp
100% 2 Responses
$40/night
Nicole
Nicole: The campsite is well thought out, there are signs indicating where the bathroom is as w...
Morning at the safari tent.
The Sanctuary Tent
Luxury Glamping * San Marcos River!
You drive right under this canopy before you enter Wahwahtaysee Resort
Luxury Glamping * San Marcos River!
Canvas tent provided
Stephanie
Stephanie: After driving past a river and through a beautiful canopy of trees, it was clear that o...
Head to Garner State Park outside San Antonio to enjoy dancing under the summer stars at the park's large outdoor pavilion.
Our beautiful, private yurt.
The cozy bedroom area.
Enjoy espresso on the deck.
Enjoying the hammocks and lawn games outside the yurt.
The dining area with Nespresso machine.
Yurt provided
Leah | Tony | Matt
Leah | Tony | Matt: I would pack my bags tomorrow and go LIVE in this yurt! Our stay at the Cedars Ranch wa...
FirePit
RV spot
BackFields towards wilderness
Path around field
Kathleen
Kathleen: I can’t express how great my stay was. The hostess Annastacia was amazing and went abov...
San Antonio has been declared the most romantic city in the U.S., perfect for a couples' camping trip.
The cool, clear water of the Medina River are a lovely respite from the warm Texas weather! I could have enjoyed this little spot all afternoon.
Pretty ideal campsite.
There are ample gathering spots/hammocks/hang out areas on property. Kathlyn has done such a great job of landscaping and taking care of the property. I felt right at home.
This is a working guest ranch, so take advantage of the trail rides while you're here!
Evening hay ride/wildlife tour was the perfect end to a full day!
Rustic Texas Ranch Camping
93% 20 Responses
$10/night
Ashlee
Ashlee: The Medina River is the perfect spot to plop a camp chair on the rock bed and let any t...
Custom made grill for all to use!
Communal area.
Plenty of great RV spaces!
The Hippie RV Spaces
Swings everywhere!
Jennifer
Jennifer: We have 10 65' to 85' pull through RV spaces with full hook-ups; 20, 20 and 50 amp...
The Kidd and Blue Moon
View from The Kidd, Blue Moon, and Vicki Won porches.
The Kidd & The Blue Moon are two of the Tiny Texas Houses earliest prototypes available to stay in overnight.  They are built from 95% Pure Salvage like an Organic Cottage should be.
Swimming hole
Lots of beautiful cacti on the property
Camp, Dream, Manifest
83% 6 Responses
$55/night
Andie
Andie: Camp, Dream, Manifest is unlike any place I've ever camped before. Nestled at the end o...
Lovely RV sites, and a well-maintained property.
Enchanted littles on the hay ride
Super shady (perfect!) RV spot.
The RV Park "lodge" area - great for posting up for game night, wi-fi access to get work done, or laundry/bathrooms.
Nice, shady, and well-maintained RV pull ins and thrus.
Ashlee
Ashlee: Living full-time in an RV, I’ve stayed at my fair share, and this one is well taken car...
Post sunrise campsite 2
At Dawn ....as the sunrise begins on the eve of Black Moon Rising 9-30-16
Pre dawn first light
Post sunrise campsite 1
Post sunrise campsite 3
Northbound And
Northbound And: Carol's place is full of history and character. Carol will share the stories of Paleoin...
We found some sturdy trees to hang up hammocks and lights!
Braun Oaks Campground
Braun Oaks Campground
The campsites are a true reflection of Texas brush and windy oaks!
Making a little campfire chili before settling in for the night.
Braun Oaks Campground
81% 8 Responses
$30/night
Stephanie
Stephanie: The Braun Oaks Campground in Helotes, TX is a little gem hidden right outside of San An...
Shady Oaks Campout
Covered outdoor kitchen includes propane BBQ, stove/oven, full fridge, sink with hot/cold water and several picnic tables.
Water, sewer 30 amp and 50 amp plug in
Plenty of covered table area
Swimming home and peddle boat
Rosalie
Rosalie: Pitch a tent, bring an RV or both. There's plenty of flat level areas to camp among...
Picture of Sleeping porch with evening lights and drapes opened  likened to Glamping
1/2 bath in Sleeping porch
Pic taken 11-7-16 Dining room adjacent to kitchen and bath in main House next door to Sleeping porch
Hideaway Sleeping Porch
View of front main house with Sleeping Porch in background
Cabin provided
Carol
Carol: The Hideaway Sleeping Porch has been likened to Klamping. The truth be known it was...