Hipcamp host Fe B.
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Pitch your tent on acreage with free roaming llamas, cedar and oak trees. Private from main house.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
No. of sites
5 bookable sites
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 7 people per site
Potable water available
Spigot, tap, hose, bottled water or jugs
Campfires allowed
Firewood provided, private
Toilet available
Pets allowed
On leash
No showers
Bins available
Compost bin, trash bin
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Have a question? Send FE a message!
  • Check in: After 9AM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Flexible
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Response time: Within 12 hours
  • Response rate: 100%


Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Wildlife watching

Places to see near Llama Land

Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park
Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park
39 miles way Explore
Guadalupe River State Park
Guadalupe River State Park
41 miles way Explore
Garner State Park
Garner State Park
42 miles way Explore
Blanco State Park
Blanco State Park
46 miles way Explore
South Llano River State Park
South Llano River State Park
48 miles way Explore
Pedernales Falls State Park
Pedernales Falls State Park
60 miles way Explore
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
San Antonio Missions National Historical...
65 miles way Explore
Inks Lake State Park
Inks Lake State Park
71 miles way Explore
Kickapoo Cavern State Park
Kickapoo Cavern State Park
79 miles way Explore
Colorado Bend State Park
Colorado Bend State Park
85 miles way Explore
Mckinney Falls State Park
Mckinney Falls State Park
88 miles way Explore
Lockhart State Park
Lockhart State Park
90 miles way Explore

The vibe at Llama Refuge

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Hipcamper Rachel
Rachel V.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
May 12th, 2018

What a unique camping experience in small-town Kerrville, Texas! Our time at Llama Refuge was as fun as it was educational. This property is home to all sorts of creatures - chickens, geese, guinea fowl, a few farm cats and dogs, and of course, llamas! There are 11 llamas living on the property, all rescued or retired. The llamas are free-roaming, so expect to share your space with them during your stay. As soon as we pulled up to the designated camping spot and began to unload, two llamas ran over to check us out. They were curious and completely harmless. After looking over our tent and sniffing our faces, they left us alone and resumed grazing in the nearby field.

The camping space is spacious and shaded by oak and cedar trees. A table, two chairs, a firepit/firewood, a big jug of water, and an outdoor composting toilet are all provided at the campsite. The campsite is a few minutes walk from the main house. The host Baxter was kind and hospitable, driving down on her golf cart to ensure we had all we needed before evening set in. Drive 10 minutes to Kerrville for groceries, swimming/fishing on the Guadalupe, or eating at one of the many restaurants. Inks Lake State Park and Enchanted Rock State Natural area are within driving distance as well.

In the morning, we helped Baxter feed the llamas. This was the highlight of our stay! Baxter took us through each step of the process - herding the llamas in the feeding pen, spacing out the food pellets so no “food fights” occurred, spreading out alfalfa hay… and hand-feeding the llamas carrots for dessert! We appreciated the hands-on learning experiences that this property offered, and look forward to returning.

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Hipcamper Emily Claire
Emily Claire M.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
April 22nd, 2018

This camp adventure was relaxing, primitive, clean, quiet, charming, and full of rest. We were met with a beautiful scenic space and llamas. Yes, llamas! This is a wonderful place to stay. We WILL go back again!

Another picture of the llamas in the morning. They enjoy getting alfalfa and carrots with their food. The llamas enjoy the relaxation of camping too. The llamas enjoy the relaxation of camping too. Another picture of the llamas in the morning. They enjoy getting alfalfa and carrots with their food.
Hipcamper Victoria I.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
November 28th, 2018
Hipcamper James O.
doesn't recommend this listing.
(Dispersed site)
November 20th, 2017
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