Travis County can be found in the southern part of Central Texas, which includes the major city of Austin. The most characteristic part of this area’s natural landscape is its Indian springs, called as such for the Indians native to Texas who utilized the springs. The Indian springs—Barton Springs, Cold and Deep Eddy Springs, Coleman Springs, Levi Spring, Manchaca Springs, Hamilton Pool, Hornsby Springs, Pecan Springs, Santa Monica or Sulphur Springs, Selders Springs, Spicewood Springs, and West Cave Springs—are spread throughout the county and intricately linked to its history, so guests should definitely make the trip to see at least one while glamping in Travis County. Past visitors recommend Barton Springs for a swim in its natural limestone pool. When you make your way to Austin, you’ll love its arts, culture, and culinary scenes, as well as its modern attitude. Visit the Texas State Capitol building in this capital city, and then go to catch some live music at one of innumerable local establishments after a spectacular meal at an Austin restaurant. A day trip, or two, to Austin is the perfect way to round out a luxury camping trip in Travis County.