Mild winter temperatures and easy access to outdoor adventures make Austin the place to be for winter RV camping. Mix in some Hill Country barbecue and exciting nightlife venues, and there’s just no reason to stay away from Austin, Texas.
So, what do you like to do on winter RV camping trips? Austin’s just down the road from popular Lake Travis, where lighted fishing docks make winter fishing a nighttime treat, according to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. Austin also has nearly two hundred miles of trails throughout the metro area for bikers, hikers and runners. When you’ve explored Texas’ capital city to your heart’s content, you can travel through the beautiful Hill Country.
Austin is also know for its real Texas barbeque. There are so many barbeque restaurants in the city, you won’t know which to visit first!
One more reason RV campers go to Austin in winter is this Texas city’s thriving music scene. You won’t want to leave Austin without venturing downtown, where clubs with live shows line the streets in every direction.
There are plenty of places to stay in Austin. Some of the top rated places are: La Hacienda RV Resort, adjacent to Lake Travis; Austin Lone Star RV Resort; and Camper Resort on Hudson Bend at Lake Travis.
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