Farm glamping near Boerne

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Reverse Pioneers Hilltop

14 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Blanco, TX
We are Reverse Pioneers, aspiring regenerative land stewards with a microgreens business and other farm offerings. We have so much in store for our special, peaceful property that we love so much. Our offerings are ever-changing, so check out our Extras and our farm stand when you get here! We hope you enjoy your stay on our beloved hilltop. :)
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Twisted Oaks

31 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · San Marcos, TX
. Twisted Oaks is located on 20 acres of tree lined Texas Hill Country nestled in the heart of San Marcos. I've been here over 35 years. I work on my property and from my property. My shop is away from campsites but is ON the property. If seeing a tractor while you are hiking around offends you somehow this may not be a good choice. I have taken a lot of care and pride in my work on twisted oaks. We have 10-15 campsites all named after the colors in a rainbow. We offer rentals of kayaks, coleman camp stoves, triple burner propane very large, mr buddy propane heaters jackery 1000 watt and bluetti 600 watt solar generators or a tent if this your first time. payment for extras can be cash or Venmo. If you have any special needs please feel free to contact me. thanks and hope to see you soon. to reduce impact on our property we limit the vehicles to 1 per site any extra vehicle is $5 smalls $7 trucks. This fee is used to do mulching and road repairs to keep things smooth. If you decide to change dates there will be a $25- $50 fee based on your total booking We sell seasoned oak and juniper hardwood. We are a small microbusiness and would really appreciate if you purchase wood here rather than at a large box store. It is your choice but just so you know you will get twice the wood for maybe half the price. We sell a large wheelbarrow load for $20 or half load for $10. Kindling is gratis. Please check the weather forecast before booking. Texas weather can change on a dime. Also if it is raining in Austin or San Antonio it may be bone dry here. We can not be responsible for the weather or your selection of gear. I prefer winter camping with a nice fire and a cup of coffee. We have invested in clothing and gear to withstand below freezing temps. When campers book we go through a routine to make sure all sites are ready for YOU. There are times were we have had to change or modify our plans to accommodate our "guests" . Changing dates will incur a small fee. Please be fair. Our cancellation policy is strict and it it set as such to protect campers and host alike. We set a high standard for our camp but this is to ensure that all campers will have a great experience. Pay attention to the rules. Using common sense is what we ask. Treat our property as you would have us treat your place...it's really that simple. Hope this does not scare you away. Read the reviews and you will see the common thread is that we are nice helpful folks. See you soon!
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HomeAway Ranch & Wildlife Preserve

60 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Boerne, TX
We're happily retired partners loving life in this wonderful oasis... And working hard to make it a bit better for our animals and guests, every single day. Mickey's recently retired from 21 years traveling the world with International Joint Special Forces and Vicky's a Cordon Bleu Chef who also recently retired. We are living our dream "retirement" in this gorgeous wooded Texas Hill-Country, caring for and playing with all sorts of fun animals and welcoming lovely people to our ranch/wildlife preserve/nature- resort, personally ensuring everyone has a memorable experience, from customized horseback-riding experiences (everything from trail rides, to horseback riding lessons to weddings and vows-renewals on horseback), to serving as concierge to preparing that special "made to order" fresh country breakfasts, champagne brunches and romantic or fun meals and treats like chocolate covered strawberries for any special occasion, including anniversaries and birthdays.
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Alamo River RV Resort

55 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents100 acres · Von Ormy, TX
Alamo River RV Resort City Close, Country Quiet! Cozy RV park and campground on the Medina River just south of San Antonio. We accommodate RV's, Motorhomes, Campers and tents. We have 2 fully appointed Deluxe cabins and 1 Rustic cabin on site. Come relax on the river! Fishing, canoeing, kayaking and campfires allowed.
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Dot's Spots

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · New Braunfels, TX
On the Hill Country Bluebonnet Trail! In the path of the eclipse! Great space for stargazing, peaceful getaways, and enjoying wildlife. Spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Songbird and wildlife protected habitat. Night sky friendly business. Fabulous space for artist retreats/workshops and available for larger gatherings. This property has deer that roam through and pollinators like butterflies and hummingbirds. It is conveniently located near Canyon Lake. Very close to Wimberley, Gruene, San Marcos, Blanco, New Braunfels. Only 45-minute drive from Austin or San Antonio. Kayaking and canoeing on the nearby Guadalupe and Blanco Rivers. Boating on Canyon Lake. Fishing and Flyfishing haven, at Canyon Lake or Guadalupe River. Bring your own gear or rentals can be arranged. Many wineries and breweries nearby. Several Music Venues close by, including Gruene Hall, Whitewater Amphitheater, and Devil's Backbone Tavern. Spring fed swimming holes, Jacobs Well and Blue Hole are very close (and may require a reservation). Hamilton Pool is also within driving distance (and also requires a reservation).
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Farnon’s Fields

5 sites · Lodging, Tents5 acres · Boerne, TX
Discover a tranquil retreat in the heart of Kendall County Hill Country on our five-acre property. Just a short 5-mile drive from Downtown Boerne and within 45 minutes of San Antonio and New Braunfels, Texas, our location offers the perfect balance of seclusion and convenience. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature as you spot a variety of songbirds, majestic raptors, graceful deer, curious armadillos, and our friendly resident chickens. The seasonal dry creek that runs through the property adds to the charm and provides a serene backdrop for your camping experience. Enjoy the simple pleasures of camping, from gathering around the campfire for s'mores to firing up the BBQ for a delicious outdoor meal. Don't forget to join us for the daily chicken feeding, a fun and interactive experience for all ages. We also offer educational resources and information about local wildlife and habitat sustainability, allowing you to learn more about the natural world around you.
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Lucky Arrow Retreat

40 sites · Lodging10 acres · Dripping Springs, TX
Lucky Arrow Retreat sits on 15 acres on Bell Springs Road in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. On the outskirts of scenic Dripping Springs - home to Sam Beam of Iron & Wine and short drive from the Austin of Willie and Stevie Ray - Lucky Arrow Retreat is the perfect place to feel the music of Texas. The occasional Apache artifact still turns up beneath the numerous live oaks that provide ample shade at Lucky Arrow Retreat.
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Hill Country Micro-Farm Glamping

4 sites · Lodging2 acres · Fischer, TX
Our 16' Bell Tents sleep 2-4ppl unless you book all 4 sites and you can sleep up to 16ppl~ Our private backyard glampsite is located on one acre of beautiful oaks in a dark sky community. Sit by the fire as you gaze up at the Milky Way. We have 2 goats, 13 chickens and a pig! They stay in their pens and we provide food so you can feed them - please do not give them any other food except what is provided. Bonus! Guests can enjoy fresh eggs daily, when available. Located-10 minutes from Canyon Lake -20 minutes from Wimberley, San Marcos and Blanco. Wynona’s is perfectly situated to some of the sweetest towns in Texas! The space We love camping so much we decided to make our own Glamping experience in our backyard! The rental includes your yurt, but you get to use the common space!! In total we have 4 bell tents. Two tents have one queen bed and two have two queen beds. We provide two air mattresses to sleep total 16!! There are AC units in each of the tents to keep cool at night. Please note that the hot tub is only included if all 4 tents are booked. Our common areas include 2 showers, 2 toilets, 1 extra large sink area connected to the bathrooms, 2 grills and 4 large picnic tables, a bar and coffee station, a fire pit, hammocks and a rope swing. This space is perfect for any family celebration, reunion, birthday party, ect! It is tucked away at the bottom of the property so you get the space to yourself. IMPORTANT! There is an additional $25/yurt if you want to use the hot tub during your stay. Guest access When you arrive at our house you will park in our circle driveway and walk through the double green gates down the hill to the glampsite. (To the left past the house) The road is slippery/steep so please use the steps. Backpack recommended for easier up and down! You can roll a cooler down the (steep) road! Other things to note Each of the four bell tents are equipped with an AC unit, beds, heater, pillows, sheets, blankets, towels, electrical outlets, twinkle lights, and a lantern. Light switch to main Edison lights are located on the side table near hot tub outlets.
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Modern Tiny House - Charles Cabin

2 sites · Lodging4 acres · Dripping Springs, TX
Learn more about this land:Tom Dooley’s Hideout is located at the Gateway to the hill country, just minutes west of Dripping Springs off of hwy 290. It’s a unique 4 acre property with 5 modern tiny houses that sit on open range with free grazing livestock which occasionally show up as they do not belong to us. This tiny house comfortably sleeps 2 on a queen bed but we do have a sofa/futon thats great for kids. Enjoy sitting on the porch or at the picnic table under the trees to kick back and relax on a cool evening. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO HAVE A TWO NIGHT MINIMUM ON WEEKENDS Each tiny house has a keyless code entry system in which a personal code will be set up and sent to you prior to your check in. In the case that there is an issue with the key pad we do have a manual key so that you will always be able to access your tiny house. Pets are always allowed but we do charge $40 PER pet PER night. We do ask that you keep your pets off of the couch and the bed and clean up any “restroom breaks” outside. Also please note that we Do Not have a full kitchen only a microwave but we do have a charcoal grill under the trees in the common area. Dripping Springs offers a huge variety of fun activities and places to visit. Within a 10 to 15 minute drive you can visit countless local wineries, breweries and distilleries. There are also many amazing state parks such as Pedernales Falls, Blue Hole, Jacobs Well and Hamilton Pool that are always great to visit. Dripping Springs is also known to the wedding capital of Texas If you are in need of transportation you can always call an Uber or Lyft but if you are up for the drive, using your own personal vehicle is the best way to get around.
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3 Dry Wells Ranch

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents110 acres · Blanco, TX
We welcome you to come enjoy the beautiful outdoors and dark sky on a scenic 110 acre ranch in the Texas Hill Country. Our family has lived and cared for this unique property since 1976 and we are still here today. We are conveniently located in Blanco, Texas less that 50 miles from either San Antonio or Austin and in the heart of the Texas wine country. Our campsites are next to a spring feed tributary creek which flows year around feeding into the Blanco River just a few miles away or hillside with amazing views of the river valley. You will enjoy the babbling creek, miles of hiking and biking trails, cooling off in the creek, scenic hilltop views, solitude, bold sunrises and sunsets, and a brilliant night sky. We have numerous old growth hardwood trees including Live Oaks, Spanish oaks, Elm, Escarpment Cherry, Black walnut, and Ashe Juniper (cedar) one of which has the largest circumference in Texas. We have a wide selection of native and migratory wildlife that calls this place home including white tail deer, wild turkeys, foxes, bobcats, jack rabbits, road runners, seasonal songbirds and butterflies. We are just minutes away from Blanco State Park and a short drive to Pedernales Falls or Guadalupe River State Park. Note due to an extreme drought in the greater area this year that the spring fed creek and local rivers are currently not flowing. Pray for rain.
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La Fortuna by Lodgewell

13 sites · Lodging11 acres · Dripping Springs, TX
Welcome to our little corner of the Hill Country! La Fortuna is an 11-acre campground-like property home to 9 Sioux style Native American Tipis, a tiny A-frame cabin, and a Texas farmhouse. *Please read the entire listing prior to booking. We aren't a "glamping" type of campground and we do not strive to be. We do believe in comfort but this experience is not "glam". If you require lots of hand-holding and attention to detail, then this just might not be the best fit for you. We are located off the beaten path (Literally. The road down is not for the faint of heart). The Native American Tipi provides a passageway back through time that allows us to experience some aspects of this unique nomadic culture of the Great Plains. La Fortuna is a place to surround yourself with nature while not having to sacrifice the basic modern amenities such as toilets, hot showers, and a space to cook up a meal. We aim to provide an unpretentious space for you to relax and enjoy. Over the past couple of years we've worked to share our interest, enthusiasm and respect for this magnificent shelter and the Native American cultures of the Great Plains who created it. We have nine tipis total. All of the tipis feature a bed, fresh linens, side tables, large cowhide rug, heating blanket (winter months), lighting, seating area and a 20-inch fan. We provide a couple of complimentary waters and have coffee available at the overlook outdoor kitchen area. Some tipis have portable AC units but please do not expect the open air tipi to cool like a standard insulated structure. Be mindful of the weather, we can edit your reservation if you are worried about inclement weather but will not do so if you reservation is past time/day you are setup to check in. All of our tipis are five years old except for La Estrella our new tipi. Please keep in mind canvas is showing wear and tear and that while we wash yearly spores/stains may still show. * Our tipis are all about 5 years old except for our new tipi La Estrella. The tipi canvas is made of organic cotton thus may show a fair share of wear and tear due to the hot humid months and exposure to the elements. THE SPACE - 362 ground sq. ft. Tipi - Outdoor seating area- Charcoal+propane grill at overlook- Private fire pit outside your tipi. Firewood is not provided.- Bathhouse with running water toilets and showers- Overlook, our outdoor kitchen, lounge, bar hangout area. Complete with all the basic cooking utensils, pots/pans, burners, and a fridge. THINGS TO NOTE The road- We are located off the beaten path. The road to the property is an unpaved, caliche road. We recommend SUV or truck for getting to the property. Low clearance vehicles will have a hard time. You've been warned :) Phone signal- La Fortuna is an ideal place to disconnect. It's also especially easy to because there is no phone signal. (WiFi at the bathhouse if needed) Rain- A traditional tipi has a large opening/hole at the top with smoke flaps. THERE IS NO WAY TO SEAL THE TIPI AND RAIN CAN AND WILL MOST LIKELY COME INTO YOUR TIPI. Please consider this when booking as we have no control over the weather. Because of that, we cover the beds with plastic tarps. If it happens to rain, please cover that bed back up with the tarp. If you’re concerned with any of your belongings getting wet, just put them under the tarp as well. THE TIPIS ARE RAIN OR SHINE. Our way of staying flexible is offering guests to reschedule prior to checkin. If weather becomes an issue during your stay we can modify you reservation or give you the chance to come back and stay another time but we will need to charge an additional cleaning fee. Please let us know asap if you have a weather related issue and we will work with you to change the day of your stay. Environment- This is a rural property and we are surrounded by nature. If you have ever been in a tipi you know that tipis are not completely sealed from the environment. Please know the hill country is home to scorpions, crickets, spiders, snakes, mountain lions, skunks, and other critters. It is possible for them to find their way into your tipi. We encourage leaving the lights off in your tipi when not in use. Heating/Cooling- All tipis with a portable AC will say so in the listing title. During the hotter months, we recommend guests check-in closer to sundown and plan activities around Dripping Springs during the day when the heat is at its peak. Visiting one of the local swimming hole is a great summer activity! While some of the tipis do have a portable AC and fan, the systems have had a hard time keeping up with the heat and better function once the day begins to cool off. Please keep in mind, while there is a portable AC THIS WILL NOT KEEP THE TIPI COOL LIKE A TRADITIONAL INSULATED ABODE. All tipis do have a 20-inch fan and you are welcome to bring extra cooling or heating sources. In the winter months, all beds have heated blankets (no heaters, but you're welcome to bring an electric heater if you would like). Please do not move portable AC units from their location– they are set up on outlets designed to support their energy load. Wear and Tear- Our tipis are all about 5 years old. The tipi canvas is made of organic cotton thus shows a fair share of wear and tear due to the hot humid months and exposure to the elements. Please note the canvas could have some dirt, mold stains, rips and tear. Dark skies- Please note we have limited lighting on the property in order to preserve the beautiful dark skies of the Hill Country from light pollution. So pack your flashlight or headlamp if you foresee needing it! Pets- We are pet-friendly! Dogs stay free. We do not allow cats at this time. Be sure to read our note on traveling with you dog under our "Rules" sections. Your must adhere to the rules if you choose to bring your four legged friend. Children- We do not typically allow children under 3 years of age and do not recomend our space for small children. In the past have had little ones keep other guests up all night which is not fair to others. While we do welcome families, we have not done any baby-proofing of anything in terms of making the tipis specifically family-friendly. The experience is similar to a camping experience at a park. Gravel paths, wildlife etc. Keep in mind, wildlife encounters, there are stairs at the bathrooms, an overlook area where children could slip, trip etc. With that said, we leave it up to parents to decide if their little ones are equipped for this adventure. Please be respectful of other guests looking to have a relaxing stay. Liability Waiver- You understand that you are staying in our tipis and on our property at your own risk and that special risks may be involved with staying in a tipi, interacting with nature, hiking and using our property. You accept full responsibility for any bodily injury arising from using our property and hold owner harmless. You understand there are potential dangers that staying in a rural, nature property may present, as well as the danger to any person that has health risks, or if a person has an accident while intoxicated or using any kind of drugs or medication, or while pregnant. You agree to be fully and solely responsible for any accidents you may incur. You understand the risks discussed above and agree that you will assume all responsibility for yourself and for the consequences of those in your party. You agree to waive any claim whatsoever against owner for accidents or claims. All Guests in my party acknowledge and agree that they have read and understand this waiver and they acknowledge that confirming below constitutes a binding and enforceable contract between Guests and Host. Each tipi has a distinct name to identify your tipi upon arrival. Site 1 = Luna, Site 2 = Sol, Site 3 = Rosa, Site 4 = Estrella, Site 5 = Venado, Site 6 = Arbol, Site 7 = Nopal, Site 8 = Mundo, Site 9 = Apache
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Buck Moon Tiny House

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Wimberley, TX
🌘 A Modern Hill Country Artist’s Retreat 🌒 Welcome to our tranquil tiny house where you can recharge and gather inspiration from the art and nature surrounding you. Our hill country neighborhood evokes an old Texas feel and has a minimum of 6 acre tracts. Nature and privacy abound and Buck Moon Tiny House is glamping at its finest. Sleep deep under the stars in our treehouse lofts and enjoy every minute in our thoughtfully curated space. Some of our amenities include fast starlink internet and your own private outdoor area with a solo stove and a hammock. You can also find a shared picnic and playground area and walking trails throughout the property. Stock up on supplies and never leave or explore some of the best small towns in the Texas Hill Country, its your choice. Our spacious outdoor getaway is in the center of it all with Wimberley, Blanco and Dripping Springs only a short drive away. Our Guidebook has all of our favorite food, shopping and outdoor adventures. Whether you are coming for a weekend getaway with your family or a week long restful retreat, we look forward to your stay!
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