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Al's Hideaway Eclipse viewing

35 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Lakehills, TX
Built on 20 acres in the Texas Hill Country we developed only three acres so that we did not displace any wildlife. We have hiking on site , a swimming pool, outdoor kitchen, and a large smoker for all our guest to use. Al's Hideaway has a app now that you can check out all the events going on in the area. There is something for everyone in this area, animal encounters, horseback riding, musuems, caves, hiking, motorcycle riding, wineries, breweries and distillaries, concerts and shopping.
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The Juniper Ranch & Retreat

9 sites · Lodging10 acres · Canyon Lake, TX
Need a change of scenery? Come enjoy a few fun days on the lake and comfortable nights among the stars in a luxurious bell tent at The Juniper Ranch & Retreat.The Juniper is situated between Austin and San Antonio in picturesque Texas Hill Country, only minutes from beautiful Canyon Lake.We're conveniently located within 5-10 mins of several boat ramps and parks on the lake, as well as a golf course, wineries and many other attractions. In addition to the many fun activities to do on Canyon Lake, The Juniper is within 15-30 mins of numerous Guadalupe River tubing and rafting sites, Whitewater Amphitheater and Gruene Hall, Natural Bridge Caverns and Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch, Animal World & Snake Farm Zoo, and more.The Juniper is also conveniently located within 30 mins of New Braunfels, Wimberley and Gruene, and an hour of San Antonio, Austin and Fredericksburg.For more info, find us on FB and Insta: @thejuniperranchandretreat
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The PARK at Brushy Creek

1 site · Lodging55 acres · Trenton, Fannin
Located just outside of Trenton on 55 acres of sloping terrain with a wide creek and acreage beyond the Big Oak for exploring. Beautiful sunsets, a clear view of the night sky, a calming creek and an occasional visiting deer make for a relaxing stay. The property is in transition as we are in the process of creating manicured groves and open pasture areas for the enjoyment of our farm animals and guests so expect mud when it rains and an occasional heavy equipment or tractor siting. There is no electric or wi-fi on property at this time. All lighting is solar or battery powered. There is water spigot at tent site and a Port-o-let near the tent area. We are located just 1-hour North of Dallas, 30 minutes from McKinney, Sherman or Greenville, 10 miles to Leonard, Whitewright and Bonham and just five miles from Trenton. Three lakes are in close proximity, Lake Bonham, Lake Texoma and Bois d'Arc Lake. Other places of interest: The Creative Arts Center - Bonham Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary - McKinney Historic Downtown/Shopping/Restaurants - McKinney Fort Inglish Museum - Bonham Second Monday Trade Days - Bonham Caddo National Grassland - Honey Grove Odeum Theater - Whitewright Skydive Spaceland Dallas - Whitewright
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Country Glamping By The Pool

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Elgin, TX
Camp out in a beautiful country setting in the Love Shack aka yurt, with a pool and plenty of outdoor activities. The Love Shack is a 20 ft yurt with AC and heat. It has a queen bed, dresser, living and dining areas. Extra guest can put up their own tents in the wide open spaces. There's a covered pergola with dining and lounging areas, a private bathroom with outdoor shower and warm water. Lots of space to put up tents and play. There is in-ground and free-standing fire pits as well as an outdoor kitchen with gas grill, mini-fridge, and sink. You can enjoy access to a basketball court, disc golf, croquet, easy hiking trails, pool volleyball and pool floats. Option to take the paddle boards out for some river fun just down the road, or enjoy fire wood, popcorn, or smores!
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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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Mobile Glamping Setup & Delivery!

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Grand Prairie, TX
**YOU PICK THE TIME AND PLACE. WE WILL DELIVER AND SET UP A BEAUTIFUL GLAMPSITE** Gaze up at the stars and smell the fresh outdoors while snuggling into lush chic a comfy bed… we’ll do all the work in pitching, styling & packing down a bespoke glamping experience for you so that you have time to create memories, and relax! Perfect for Couple Getaways, Girls nights, Birthday parties or group glamping! We also Set up beautiful Picnics!
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Bell tents in Texas with fishing guide

They say everything’s bigger in the Lone Star State, and that includes the variety of options for campers, whether you're looking for an RV park, tent camping, or a primitive camping backcountry adventure. Beat the summer heat on sandy Gulf beaches, or head inland to the arid deserts of Big Bend Country in winter for some of the nation’s darkest skies and best nighttime views. Spring and autumn offer the best weather for wine tasting in Texas Hill Country, hiking the canyons of the Panhandle, or paddling the bald cypress forests of the Texas Pine Curtain.

Big Bend Country

Remote West Texas boasts some of the most pristine landscapes in the state. Explore the hiking trails of Guadalupe Mountains and Big Bend national parks, raft through narrow canyons along the Rio Grande River, go rock climbing in Hueco Tanks State Park near El Paso, or hit the dunes in Monahans Sandhills State Park. The quirky communities of Marfa, Terlingua, and Marathon serve as convenient gateways to desert adventure.

Texas Hill Country

Known for its wineries, whiskey distilleries, swimming holes, and rich German heritage, the rolling hills of this central Texas region extend between Austin and San Antonio, with plenty of small towns to explore along the way. Springtime brings bluebonnets to the roadsides of the region. In fall, head to Lost Maples State Park for some of the state’s best leaf peeping. Soak up panoramic views from Enchanted Rock, venture deep into the Caverns of Sonora or the Cave Without a Name, or take a leisurely float along the Guadalupe River.

Gulf Coast

The Texas Gulf Coast stretches for more than 600 miles along the shores of the Gulf of Mexico and includes the Padre Island National Seashore. Sun seekers will find plenty of sandy beaches with warm Gulf waters (plus opportunities for beach camping), while the natural areas along the coast feature some of the best birdwatching in the nation. Houston, Galveston, South Padre Island, and Corpus Christi are among the most popular areas to stay.


The plains of the Texas Panhandle comprise one of the largest regions in the state. Here you’ll find America’s second-largest canyon within Palo Duro Canyon State Park, as well as the iconic Cadillac Ranch car sculpture along road trip-worthy Route 66.

Pine Curtain

Lakes, forests, and swamps dominate the landscape of the lesser-known Piney Woods of East Texas. Step back in time at Mission Tejas State Park, straddle the state line in Texarkana, pitch a tent among the gargantuan pines of Daingerfield, or make the 835-mile camping trip along the Texas Forest Trail. If you want to get out on the water, it's hard to beat a kayak in Caddo Lake State Park.

Prairies and Lakes

This region sweeps down through the center of the state from the Dallas-Fort Worth area to Waco, Bryan, and College Station (home of Texas A&M University). You don’t have to drive far to find a lakeside campground or on-the-water activity, thanks to the area’s 17 Texas state parks and one national wildlife refuge.

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