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Holladay Camping

· Boerne, Kendall, Texas
20 acres hosted by Frank H.
33 tent sites
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
Twenty raw acres nestled in the heart of the Hill Country, just a short drive northwest of San Antonio. Easy to find, with wide open sky, perfect for viewing the eclipse or just watching for falling stars. It's just a short walk to local PoPo's Restaurant and the Dollar Store, or about a mile walk/bike ride in the other direction to visit and enjoy Joshua Springs Park & Preserve, where you can hike the trails, go paddling in your canoe or kayak, or take advantage of the bird blinds to see a painted bunting or any of the other local birds.Wide open space, west of San Antonio, dotted with the Hill Country's signature live oaks and a token cedar or two. While the land itself is raw, quiet amenities are but a stone's throw away. 100 yards away, PoPo's restaurant offers delicious "home cookin" style meals and a full bar. Nearly the same distance is a dollar store that will allow you to pick up forgotten items without having to drive the short 8 miles into town. This land is situated about halfway between Boerne and Comfort, along the Ih-10 access road (aka FM 289, or Green Cedar Rd) To the west on FM 289 is Kendall County's hidden gem, Joshua Springs Park & Preserve. A quiet park, with miles of hiking trails, you can also enjoy birding in one of the blinds, paddle on the quiet waters of their small lake area, or practice catch and release fishing in it's waters. The Guadalupe River winds through the area as well, with a number of opportunities for access. Keep in mind that with summer droughts, most of the river is dry in fall/winter 2023. Caliche along the sides of the roadways in the area are prime fossil-hunting opportunities. Due to the wide open nature of the land, privacy is limited. The views are amazing, with the sunset falling between hills to the west, and a night sky where you can have practically the entire sky at your disposal. There are several stands of live oak on site, which will be claimed as camping on a FCFS basis. Pets are welcome, but please be considerate of other campers and clean up after him when he does his business. We practice leave no trace policies - please don't leave your trash for others to (not) enjoy. We aren't fancy, but we're clean, and we ask that you respect the property.
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2 ratings · 2 reviews
Daniel G.recommends
March 19, 2024
Holladay Camping
Barren but I like barren. The nearby interstate noise is not quite like a babbling brook to put you to sleep but didn’t keep me awake.
Jordan S.recommends
March 7, 2024
Holladay Camping
Quick and easy
If you are looking for a great spot that is less than 5 minutes from the interstate, this is the one for you.
Boerne, Kendall, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Jumanos, Coahuiltecan, Ndé Kónitsąąíí Gokíyaa (Lipan Apache), and Tonkawa First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Frank H.Joined in October 2023
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