The beauty of Texas Hill Country surrounds you in Wimberly. A charming mix of farms, wineries, and art galleries, this countryside town is a summer favorite just 40 miles from Austin. What really brings in campers are the lakes and rivers. Tubing, rafting, and kayaking are all in a day's fun. The camping resorts and RV parks around Wimberly put you steps away from the area's biggest draws. Cool down at the seasonal swimming area in Blue Hole Regional Park, or camp on the shores of Canyon Lake—the jewel of Hill Country. Eight parks surround the lake, offering hiking trails, shore fishing, and lake access. For a refreshing weekend, snag your site at Blanco State Park. Here you find sites with partial and full hookups on the banks of spring-fed Blanco River. RV and tent camping are both fair game, and you can even book a riverfront screen shelter. Spend your afternoons swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing for Guadalupe bass. Awesome bonus—rods, reels, and kayaks are available for rent right at the park. Looking for more camping spots? Check out the parks near San Marcos, a university town just a few miles southeast of Wimberly. Wherever you stay in Texas Hill Country, try to plan a trip for the summer months. The parks can get crowded, but there's no better time to enjoy the water.