We are on 9 wild acres in Blanco County. We have a shady but non-level pull-thru RV site with full hookups, sometimes park my trailer there when l'm planning on leaving again soon, but generally park mine under rain barn.
It's also possible to park on the straight/level section of drive leading to pull-thru site and still hook up to water and electricity, but no shade there. And you have to make the turn thru full hook up site to get out, or else back out.
Not really suitable for big rigs, unless you want to dry camp up close to road. That's also a possibility if you want to use slide-outs or awning.
No generators after 10pm or before 7am.
No fires of any type without in-person discussion and express permission — wildfires are a serious concern here.
No off-leash pets.
No children without close parental supervision.
Paved road to caliche drive. I can maneuver my 26' vintage (so <8' wide) Airstream around the turns without much trouble, but you need to coordinate arrival with me so I can help you get parked. One section of our drive has low-hanging trees.
Lots of places to park on property
We have a somewhat irregular schedule, but send us a message to see if we have availability!
We are right in the middle of the beautiful Texas Hill Country: less than an hour from Austin, San Marcos, New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, San Antonio, Boerne, Fredericksburg, Marble Falls, and many other destinations.
A great stay in Blanco, Texas in the Beautiful Hill Country. Lynne and Jay were wonderful and welcoming. Our stay was close to many of the Hill Country spots we wanted to visit. We would love to stay with them again. Thanks so much for your hospitality.
They were wonderful hosts. Made me feel right at home. Excellent camp site. Beautiful part of the Texas Hill country. A really interesting home. Highly recommend.