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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Venture into the heart and soul of Texas when you book an RV rental in Austin. This brilliant city is the state’s capital and a music mecca, featuring a melting pot of eclectic live music performed by country, rock, and blues musicians.
Culture doesn't end with the music scene. The Texas Capitol Building reflects the city's dynamic ambiance. The structure is adorned in stunning red granite and is the largest of its kind in the United States. It houses some of the state’s most valued treasures, including paintings and historical documents.
Urban explorations are easy in this RV-friendly city, with wide roads and lots of public transportation options. Capital Metro services the city and surrounding metro areas with buses and commuter trains. Austin is also a bike-able city, so bring your own or take advantage of one of the many outfitters offering rental bikes, beach cruisers, and tandems. Some even offer bike tours.
In the famous Texas Hill Country, Austin also attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors hoping to enjoy the region's scenic beauty. Refreshing rivers, lakes, and other waterways dot the rugged landscape, and several natural parks are nearby.
The Austin area is home to some of Texas’ most treasured natural wonders. McKinney Falls State Park is just 13 miles from the capital and offers RV campsites. Stop by at any time of the year to see beautiful cascades of water. The Onion and Williamson creeks meet within the park and provide excellent opportunities for swimming and fishing. The park features more than 90 miles of trails for hiking, biking, bouldering, geocaching, and bird watching. Make sure to stop and see "Old Baldy," the park’s 500-year-old bald cypress tree.
Barton Creek Greenbelt and Barton Creek Wilderness Park are just west of the city. The Greenbelt in an urban oasis with trails for hiking, biking, and running, plus rock climbing zones and walls, and a natural public swimming area. Barton Creek Wilderness Park features hiking and biking trails weaving through lush forests, offering a tranquil nature escape just a few miles from downtown Austin.
Pack up the Austin motorhome rental for a day trip to Buescher State Park. It’s only 45 minutes' drive east, near Smithville. The stocked lake is a popular angling destination, and the calm waters are exceptional for kayaking and canoeing. Buescher State Park campsites can accommodate RVs, and there are group facilities, screened public shelters, and air-conditioned cabins, too. Just a few miles northwest of Smithville is Bastrop State Park, home to the Lost Pines Forest. There are more than eight miles of hiking trails, an 18-hole golf course, and a swimming pool open in the summertime. This park is also RV-friendly with full-hookup sites available year-round, so you can settle in no matter when you rent an RV in Austin.
There are lots of campgrounds and RV parks in Austin. La Hacienda RV Resort is a Texas-sized luxury resort offering top-notch amenities like a fitness center, multiple swimming pools, a hot tub, clubhouse, and a Fido-approved dog park. Its central location plants you close to the Moody Theater, the Austin Nature & Science Center, and the Austin Zoo.
Austin Lone Star RV Resort is another place to park the campervan rental. This sprawling Austin RV park has shaded campsites with full hookups and WiFi. Plus, it’s only a few miles from downtown Austin. When you’re not at the resort swimming in the pool or playing billiards in the clubhouse, check out Lady Bird Lake or the Zilker Botanical Garden.
Get some distance from the bright city lights and roll into one of the campsites at Rio Bonito Cabin and RV Park. The park is only 40 miles out of Austin near the cities of Leander, Georgetown, Cedar Park, and Round Rock. For an unmatched outdoor experience, camp at Lake Pointe Resort. Along the north shore of Canyon Lake, known as the “Water Recreation Capital of Texas,” it’s the perfect place for boating, skiing, and fishing. Lake Pointe is pet-friendly and family-oriented.
The quirky capital city of Texas is also known as the Live Music Capital of the World. Each year, Austin hosts the massive South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival. Other music festivals to plan an Austin RV rental vacation around include Austin City Limits and Merlefest.
The largest urban bat colony in North America calls the Austin area home, and the city celebrates these winged residents during Bat Fest in late August. Spend the day enjoying live music, food, and games, and then watch more than a million Mexican free-tailed bats hit the skies at dusk.
Austin's restaurant scene is diverse, offering hungry visitors opportunities to sample cuisines from all over the globe. Japanese hot pot dinners, traditional and modern Mexican varieties, farm-to-table eateries, and lots and lots of Southern-style BBQ are just some of the options here.
Whether you’re heading to the Texas capital for the parks, the food, the music, or the bats, search for an RV in Austin and start plotting your itinerary.