Camping Austin TXYes, you just got the kids back to school. The holidays were fun and memorable, but you’re ready for the normalcy of “the routine.”  As you settle back into your schedule, let Dependable Camper Rentals gently remind you that before you know it, spring break will be here. You may not be ready to think about another break quite yet. We get it. But you also don’t want spring break to sneak up on you. Past experience has taught you that you’re going to be ready for a getaway, so you better start planning now. What better way to spend a spring holiday than enjoying the great outdoors near Austin, TX? The greater Austin area is jam-packed with camping destinations, outdoor recreation, family attractions, and more. Some of our favorite places to camp that you might want to check out include:
  • Bastrop State Park: Less than an hour from Austin, you can camp, hike, geocache, bike ride, fish, and more. From tent camping to full RV hookup, their campsites are ready for you.
  • Blanco State Park: Some favorite activities you can enjoy at Blanco State Park include hiking, canoeing, tubing, and boating. They have a number of campsite options to accommodate everything from a motorhome to a popup camper.
  • McKinney Falls State Park: You may not find a campground more in the heart of Austin than McKinney Falls State Park. Here you can enjoy all the perks of the live music capital, but also feel like you can enjoy some outdoor recreation. Camp, hike, go bouldering, picnic, mountain bike, and more.
All these Texas state parks are within an hour from downtown Austin, TX, making it easy for you to pick up a camper rental from us and head out. At Dependable Camper, we work hard to give our customers a good camping experience. We make sure all our RVs are well-maintained and ready to go. You can choose from travel trailers or pop-up campers, depending on how many people you have in tow for your spring getaway. To find out more or to make a reservation, contact us today at (512) 484-7955.   photo credit: Roy Niswanger via flickr license