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Camping in Hill Country

It wouldn't be the Hill Country without rolling hills, grassy valleys, and spring-fed rivers.

Outdoor stays for every style

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Camping in Texas Hill Country offers an unexpected change of scenery from the state’s wide-open spaces. Here, tall granite hills hide mysterious caverns and rivers wind through fields of wildflowers. Hike down a two-track road, and you might find a high-end winery or a turquoise swimming hole. Whether you want to relax in camp or get your adrenaline pumping, Hill Country has you covered. Swimming holes are one of the great joys of Texas Hill Country. Climb into a sunken crater and swim under a waterfall at Hamilton Pool. At McKinney Falls State Park near Austin, you can leap from the rocky shores into the cool water. The park also offers hiking, biking, and camping. Texas’ state parks and natural areas overflow with great camping sites, many open year-round. Popular with families, Inks Lake State Park offers kid-friendly beaches and hiking trails. At scenic Garner State Park, set up in one of the RV sites and hit the water for kayaking and fishing. Come in the fall to see the changing leaves reflected in the Frio River. While you’re in Hill Country, check out the local icons. Hike a pink granite dome at Enchanted Rock. Go spelunking at Colorado Bend State Park. From April through May, the wildflower bloom splashes color across the valleys and meadows. The best part? Thanks to the mild climate, you can camp in Hill Country any time of year. Bring rain gear and warm layers in the winter and spring, and load up on water for hot summer days.

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