Claim your spot amongst bamboo and other natural vegetation on this quaint property just outside of Austin. Near everything - COTA, NLAND Surf Park, Lost Pines and the Hyatt. PRIMITIVE ACCOMMODATIONS; access to fire pit and spigot
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers
No. of sites
3 bookable sites
RV details
Pull-in site, max length 20ft
RV hookups
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 7 people per site
Potable water available
Campfires allowed
Firewood provided, communal
No toilet
Dig a cathole
Pets allowed
On leash
No showers
Bins available
Recycling bin, trash bin
Picnic table available
No wifi
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Flexible
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 25% off


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Wildlife watching


Natural features you'll find at Bamboo Hideaway in Texas.

River, stream or ...
Suburban or backyard

Places to see near Bamboo Hideaway

Bastrop State Park
Bastrop State Park
12 miles way Explore
Mckinney Falls State Park
Mckinney Falls State Park
13 miles way Explore
Buescher State Park
Buescher State Park
18 miles way Explore
Lockhart State Park
Lockhart State Park
24 miles way Explore
Palmetto State Park
Palmetto State Park
39 miles way Explore
Pedernales Falls State Park
Pedernales Falls State Park
45 miles way Explore
Lake Somerville State Park
Lake Somerville State Park
52 miles way Explore
Blanco State Park
Blanco State Park
55 miles way Explore
Guadalupe River State Park
Guadalupe River State Park
63 miles way Explore
Inks Lake State Park
Inks Lake State Park
65 miles way Explore
Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park
Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park
66 miles way Explore
Mother Neff State Park
Mother Neff State Park
80 miles way Explore
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
San Antonio Missions National Historical...
80 miles way Explore
Colorado Bend State Park
Colorado Bend State Park
85 miles way Explore
Stephen F. Austin State Park
Stephen F. Austin State Park
86 miles way Explore

The vibe at Bamboo Hideaway

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Hipcamper Starla

Being well at bamboo hideaway..

Starla B.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
January 31st, 2019

Hidden from the road behind a grove of bamboo, and 25 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Austin, is the aptly named Bamboo Hideaway. As we rounded the drive and pulled up to the main house around 430pm, we were greeted by Matt and a roaring bonfire (which he apparently started around noon!). Our plans to hit the town that night were quickly changed to enjoy this wonderful surprise - a first for us to be welcomed by hosts with a fire. If you get the chance to chat around a fire with Carrie and Matt, definitely take it. They have a wonderful outlook on life and are working to shift their work lives to match their hearts, while raising two boys.

We camped near the main house in our mini school bus on a beautiful patch of grass because there isn’t a way yet to drive to the back of the property (we’re told it’s a possible future project). Bamboo has loads of area for camping behind the main house, which is quite far from the entrance of the property but closer to the main throughway to Austin in the back. While it does get quieter at night to the point you almost forget about it, it should be noted that bringing a set of earplugs wouldn’t hurt. Carrie and Matt have hung twinkle lights and a hammock in the back camping area that really take the magic of this place to the next level. They are eco-conscious folks, so if you have eco-friendly products definitely bring them so you can use their outdoor spigot. Carrie makes a line of beauty and health products with essential oils, so it might be possible to get some from her if you don’t have any.

Just 20 minutes east of Bamboo Hideaway is the Bastrop Farmers Market - if you’re staying over a Saturday, we highly recommend visiting this smaller market before exploring the dozens of markets in Austin. The local farmers and artisans show up ready to chat, sharing stories about their business and the area. While there are a lot more products being sold than fresh produce, it’s still a can’t miss. And if you’re looking for free range meat, this is the place.

Overall we had an amazing time at Bamboo Hideaway. Carrie and Matt were friendly, accommodating, and very communicative before and during our stay. We are really looking forward to seeing Bamboo Hideaway develop and visiting again in the future.

Niki, Lil, and Starla 💫

enjoying some fruit in the hammock :)taking a leisurely sunday stroll down to the creek - access from path at the back of the camping areaview of the back camping areaif you get to austin, this hidden gem is worth the walk... graffiti murals, anyone?
Bamboo Hideaway
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