Domes in Texas

The largest state in the Lower 48 features no shortage of places to pitch a tent.

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9 top domes sites in Texas

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Dot's Spots

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · New Braunfels, TX
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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North Star Cove

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents26 acres · Llano, TX
North Star Cove is 26 acres of beautiful Texas Hill Country. The main camping area sits on a hill and provides an excellent view of the surrounding country side as well as the daily sunsets. Sit under the shade trees and feel the soothing breeze. Many activities are only a short drive away. Come and see us soon! Just 24 miles away you have Colorado Bend State Park. The park is home to six miles of the Colorado River, perfect for boating, paddling, and bass fishing, along with spring-fed swimming holes and waterfalls. The 70-foot Gorman Falls, with its striking travertine formations and lush vegetation, is a highlight. There are also more than 400 caves and 35 miles of trails, including hiking trails and some of the best mountain biking in Texas. Google maps link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/sohYzJEQesPcu8mT9 GPS Coordinates: 30.838738186314895, -98.82461692082006
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Missing Hotel

9 sites · Lodging100 acres · Marble Falls, TX
Disappearing in the woods doesn’t have to be a bad thing. We just prefer to call it forest bathing... Imagine a place that makes you feel like your experience is the only thing that matters. A place that thinks of everything, so you have the space in your mind to explore what matter most to you. A place that inspires and provides the means to help you turn those ideas into something tangible. A place that imbues everything with purpose, including you. Disconnect from distraction. Reconnect with yourself. Choose your level of immersion with our unique shelters. Villa? Geodesic dome? Whatever your preference, each shelter provides a dreamy cocoon to rest, reflect and recharge. They're outfitted with the luxuries you're used to and some you're not. For us, off grid doesn't mean out of touch, at least not entirely. Remember phone booths? Walkies? You'll be just fine. * We reserve the right to prohibit use of the fire pits and burning based on local weather conditions. There may be times that winds and/or humidity can create a fire concern and we will not allow burning during those times. ** Please note: Cell reception and wifi can be spotty. We're happy to point out the best "phone booth" spots for the former, and we are constantly working to improve the latter. We appreciate your patience as we perfect our little piece of the wild. That said, in the meantime, we do urge you to embrace the option to disconnect when possible. We've found it can be quite liberating to go missing for a little while :)
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Cameron Ranch Glamping

2 sites · Lodging8 acres · Coldspring, TX
EXPERIENCE LUXURY GLAMPING AND CABINS AT CAMERON RANCH: A NATURE LOVER’S PARADISE IN TEXAS Sometimes we all need to step away from the routine craziness of our everyday lives and do something to recharge our bodies and minds. If you are among the many looking to escape for some much-needed rest and relaxation, look no further than Cameron Ranch Glamping, where you can disconnect from the daily grind and plug into the healing powers of nature. Our one of a kind Geo Dome Cabin, Texas Ranch House, or ÖÖD Mirror House are the perfect escapes for glamping near Houston, Texas.
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Bruce’s Land

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · Hawkins, TX
Our homestead is a few acres in East Texas, near Hawkins. The land has been untouched for about 30 years, maybe last used for cattle grazing. We're keeping the property as natural as possible, we live here off-grid and off-pipe. There’s a 17 acre lake that we share with neighbors. It’s full of bass, bluegill, crappie and catfish, we encourage catch and keep fishing since the lake could use a little fishing pressure. We also have a beaver pond, and resident beaver. Some of the wildlife we see regularly: fireflies, turtles, cardinals, bluejays, hummingbirds, kite birds, frogs, opossums, armadillos, beaver, river otter, road runners and rabbits. These plants live here too: Beautyberry, Dewberry, Pokeberry, Sparkleberry, Dogfennel, Dogwood, Yaupon Holly, Holly, Wax Myrtle, Sassafras , Lyreleaf Sage, Carolina Crane’s bill, Coral Honeysuckle, Western White Honeysuckle, Smooth Cat’s Ear, Daisy Fleabane, Prairie Onion, Mullein, Summer Grape, Water Lily. The entire water lily plant is edible, did you know? Swim, hang out, cool down on the small swimming dock. Canoe and kayak included! Based on shared availability, we have 1 two person canoe, and 3 kayaks for use on our lake free of charge. There are smaller size adult life jackets and oars/paddles. Bring your own life jackets for kids. Contrary to local rumor lol, we are not a “nudist resort”. But it is true that one of our campsites is very private, so one could dress any way they wanted while at that campsite. About the Bees Please do not bring or use any insect killer or insect repellent other than what you apply to your own body. We have several honey bee colonies living here and our neighbor keeps bees as well. For the safety and health of our bees, the use of man made insect killers or repellents on the ground, in the air or on the foliage is absolutely not allowed. One natural remedy is diatomaceous earth. Sprinkled on the ground, it does a good job at keeping ants and crawling creatures away. Brookshire's in Hawkins less than 4 miles away if you need supplies. Verizon, ATT users have cell coverage here, no signal for T-Mobile users. LGBTQ+ friendly.
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Lake Serenity Ranch

4 sites · Lodging20 acres · Rogers, TX
Lake Serenity Ranch is a 20-acre haven featuring a tranquil 6-acre lake at its heart. Nestled amidst lush pecan orchards, the property provides an idyllic setting for a variety of outdoor activities. Guests can launch their canoes or rowboats using the on-site ramp or enjoy fishing, kayaking, or swimming from the private dock. Whether you're casting a line to catch fish or paddling through the serene waters, the lake and dome cabins offer a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle. Our expansive grounds give you plenty of space to explore and enjoy an enriching, nature-filled experience.
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Domeland

1 site · Lodging20 acres · Study Butte, TX
A remote, off-grid adobe dome, powered by solar power, and near Big Bend National Park, as seen on HGTV, and numerous other publications. Brand new to Hipcamp, but we've been fortunate to host over a thousand guests on other platforms. The Off Grid Dome shelter is accepting rental guests to share the off-grid experience, and to also help fund this project and future projects . The dome is a very remote and unique space in the desert near Big Bend National Park. The dome rests in an isolated but easily accessible off-grid setting in one of the few remaining territories under a dark sky ordinance, which offers unmatched views of the night sky, and a completely unobstructed view of a horizon that delivers truly majestic sunrises and sunsets. Though the dome is isolated, the entrance to Big Bend National Park is just a 25 minute drive and the historic Terlingua Ghost town about the same. The dome is an earthen structure, with a cob (adobe) barrier to provide shelter from the desert elements such as heat, cold, winds, and rain. The small but functional dome kitchen provides a two burner propane stove and oven, as well as a refrigerator that is powered by solar power. In fact, all power to the dome comes directly from a modest solar energy system and will power phones, laptops, and lights, but not much more (no hair dryers for instance). The kitchen sink pumps water from a small rain collection cistern and thus I ask guests to be very strategic with water use. Guests are recommended to bring one's own drinking water, although backup bottled water is provided onsite as a backup at cost. The Dome bed sleeps two comfortably. Linens, pillows, and a blanket (and a duvet in colder months are provided for the main bed. The pallet couch does sleep a third person quite comfortably, but guests must bring their own linens or sleeping bag (and pillow) for a third guest. In hotter months, a fan is provided, and the nature of the thick adobe provides a buffer against the Summer temps (with limitations). The wrap around windows provides a good cross breeze and fresh air when needed. In cooler months, a small propane heater is provided for a little extra boost, as well as clean linens and a duvet cover. The dome and linens will not be cleaned during your stay. There is no flush toilet, and so you must be comfortable using a composting toilet that is in a separate, and private outhouse next to the dome. There is no shower on site, but I can give you recommendations for $2 coin showers in town. Or you can try an outdoor solar bag shower on the property. There is wifi on site. The property is very accessible by road, with only the last mile being on a gravel road in good condition. Read house rules to learn about amenities. SUMMERTIME DISCLAIMER (June through September): The Summer can get hot here in the desert and while the adobe dome gives a good buffer against the outside elements, there is no AC in the dome, just a fan. There are also perimeter windows to entice a night breeze. Also, bugs and other desert creatures tend to culminate in the Summer months. Don’t be surprised if you encounter a scorpion or black widow spider and don’t be frightened either as they are relatively harmless and non-threatening. I do have the dome on a somewhat forgiving 5 night out cancelation policy during off-peak periods and so if the 10 day forecast looks too scary for you, you can cancel without penalty. Many say that Summer is their favorite time of the year out here. But it all depends on one's heat tolerance. Looking forward to hearing from you and even more so, to hosting you out here in the magnificence of the Big Bend. Guest Access A private earth-built dome, parking, wifi, a kitchen, kitchen supplies, and a composting toilet. Looking forward to hearing from you and even more so, to hosting you out here in the magnificence of the Big Bend
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Skybox Cabins

5 sites · Lodging50 acres · Glen Rose, TX
At the tip-top of the Texas hill country, our cabins offer endless views from their bedroom balconies while providing a rustic feel with modern amenities. It is the perfect spot to feel both lost and found all at once. Whether you want to go glamping or you plan to lounge in one of our luxury cabins, you'll find something to enjoy with SkyBox! We have an incredibly easy booking and contactless check-in process so you can start your vacation smoothly!
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Glamping Remote

3 sites · Lodging12 acres · Douglassville, TX
Welcome to Glamping Remote located in Douglasville, Texas! Our property is a beautifully restored old homestead that has been converted into a modern glamping experience. This two-person dome comes equipped with the modern luxuries of wifi, TV, AC, and heating. You will also have access to the shared outdoor kitchen, fire pit, bathroom and shower facilities. No pets allowed. We kindly requests that no shoes are worn inside the dome and that quiet time after 10 PM be respected. There is no smoking inside the dome. You will enjoy the beautiful insulted domes during the day and during the night will have decorative lights surrounding the accommodation to give you that special festive feeling. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a peaceful retreat, our glamping site offers the perfect blend of comfort, luxury, and natural beauty. We can't wait to welcome you! Guests need to check-in before 8:00pm to not disturb the other guests and owner at the property.
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Welcome to Hipcamp, your go-to website for camping adventures in the United States! If you're looking for a unique camping experience in Texas, specifically with a dome accommodation preference, we've got you covered. With over 30 options to choose from, you'll find the perfect dome campsite that suits your needs. Prices start as low as $39 per night, making it accessible for every budget. Our top-rated campsites include Bruce's Land (71 reviews), Missing Hotel (9 reviews), and Cosmic Cowboys (4 reviews). You'll also find popular amenities like cooking equipment, toilets, and potable water, as well as activities such as fishing, boating, and exploring historic sites. So, get ready to immerse yourself in the beauty of Texas and enjoy a memorable camping experience!

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