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Things to do in Texas Hill Country: river rafting and swimming holes near me
When you go glamping near San Antonio, TX, one of the most popular Texas attractions in the area is the waterways. Pick from ‘swimming holes near me’ or rafting trips on one of the many rivers in the area and fill the days of your San Antonio glamping getaway with watersports. Rivers like the Guadalupe, Comal, San Gabriel, and more are popular spots with locals and visitors alike looking to spend an afternoon floating or paddling down the river. It’s easy to find an outfitter to rent from or guide you on your trip. On the other hand, you have some of the best swimming holes in Texas in the area, perfect for a hot summer day! Check out top places to go in Texas Hill Country like Jacob’s Well or Blue Hole in Wimberley, Krause Springs in Spicewood, Blanco State Park in Blanco, hike to Gorman Falls at Colorado Bend State Park in Bend and enjoy the series of pools along the Spicewood Springs trail, the Rio Frio in Garner State Park, and of course, Hamilton Pool just outside of Austin. Pick from any one of our nearby Texas Hill Country cabins or unique Texas Hill Country resorts and find yourself near any one of these jaw-dropping locations. With year-round warm temperatures, these swimming holes and rivers are great for outdoor adventures almost the whole year long.
Top hiking in Texas Hill Country for San Antonio glamping
Of course, the water is not the only source of outdoor fun to be had in Hill Country and around San Antonio. Hiking is another great way to explore the area, and with the diversity of trails to be found, everyone is sure to find a hike perfect for their abilities. For example, Colorado Bend State Park, Pedernales Falls State Park, and Garner State Park have a range of trails that crisscross each park, offering scenic vantage points through all different types of scenery. Another favorite of ours is the Barton Creek Greenbelt just outside of Austin, with miles of hiking and mountain biking trails with terrain ranging from flat to fairly elevated. Lost Maples State Natural Area is a 2,174 acre park located in the Sabinal River Canyon. This is a must-see from mid-October through mid-November, when the Uvalde Bigtooth Maple trees are on full display with their gorgeous fall foliage. Still yet, the Hill Country Natural Area has over 40 miles of multi-use trails for hikes and mountain biking, including an easy and flat 2.5-mile trail. Horseback riding is also allowed in the park; if you are interested in riding a horse, you can rent one from one of the liveries in Bandera or bring your own. With the wide variety of trails and paths in the area, everyone is sure to have a great time exploring this beautiful landscape.
Towns of Hill Country & Texas attractions
Whether you’re searching for ‘yurt rentals near me’ or ‘glamping cabins near me,’ the towns of Hill Country have so much to offer, you’re sure to find the perfect place to stay. Hiking and rafting are not the only way to explore the many towns of Hill Country and Texas attractions here are so varied and plentiful, you may have to come back again. Head to Llano for some barbecue at Cooper’s Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que, where pool table-size smokers scent the air with mesquite; enjoy the music and head for a local dance hall in Luckenbach, or get lost in spring in the fields of bluebonnets in Marble Falls. Still, you can pick peaches at Marburger Orchard near Fredericksburg or go stargazing in Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. So whether you’re floating down the Guadalupe River, sipping wine at Fall Creek Vineyards, hiking Garner State Park, or taking a dip in Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve, it’s clear to see that San Antonio glamping getaways are some of the best in the state!