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Boerne, Texas has something for everyone. Visitors who book an RV in Boerne will be surrounded by opportunities for recreation, relaxation, history, shopping and more while camping in this suburb of San Antonio and New Braunfels. Boerne is located 30 miles northwest of San Antonio, 40 miles west of New Braunfels and about 100 miles southwest of Austin, providing an easy drive to all that these larger cities have to offer for RV travelers in Texas. By choosing an RV rental by owner in Boerne, you’ll have the flexibility and opportunity to explore all that Texas Hill Country has to offer, including the dry, warm summers and the mild winters.

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The Great Outdoors

Outdoor enthusiasts will delight in their visit to the Boerne, Texas area. Boerne itself is home to the Hill Country Mile, formed in 2010. The Hill Country Mile is a one-mile long walking trail through historic Boerne and Main Street, intended to preserve the cultural identity of downtown Boerne.

The Cibolo Nature Center, also in Boerne, provides visitors an opportunity to recreate and exercise in over 100 acres of backcountry and wilderness. Cibolo Nature Center also borders Boerne City Park, which features sporting fields, exercise trails, a heritage center, an outdoor pool, tennis courts and more.

The city of Boerne’s Parks and Recreation Department hosts a plethora of outdoor events throughout the year, including a popular Summer Scene Movie in the Park event. While renting an RV in Boerne, visitors can enjoy concerts, movies in the park, and more during these special events. The city boasts nearly a dozen public parks with varying amenities and three trails. For RV campers traveling with children, Kinderpark may be of utmost interest. This park is ADA compliant and features lots of shade and a unique and interesting playground along with picnic areas.

Also local to Boerne are two of Texas’ show caves: Cave without a Name, and Cascade Caverns. These are both open to visitors and offer tours. While touring these caves, visitors may also partake in scavenger hunts, gem panning, concerts within the caves themselves, geocaching, hiking and more.

While touring Kendall County with the Boerne motorhome rental, river tubing and paddling opportunities are a-plenty. Texas Hill Country provides many sites on the Guadalupe River for partaking in short or long tube floats or exploring via kayak.

A trip to the area isn’t complete without a quick visit to the San Antonio River Walk-a park and network of walkways along the San Antonio River. The River Walk connects tourist attractions, such as the San Antonio Museum of Art, Arneson River Theatre, the Tower Life Building, Marriage Island, bars, shops, restaurants and more. The River Walk is connected with other greenways, allowing for a longer pedestrian urban walkway.

RV Parks

While you’re in the area, there is a multitude of places to stay with your luxury RV rental in Boerne and the surrounding areas. The Alamo Fiesta RV Park and Cabins is a pet-friendly campground in Boerne, with over 220 full-service sites (mostly pull-throughs), and access to WiFi, exercise equipment, a pool, a playground, tennis courts, basketball courts and more.

If river adventures are what you’re seeking while camping in your travel trailer rental in Boerne, Texas, then the Bergheim Campgrounds and River Outfitter may be the place for you. Bergheim Campground offers hookups, primitive sites and on-site rentals of kayaks, canoes and tubes for a put-in on the Guadalupe River.

If you’re looking to stay outside of Boerne, San Antonio offers many campgrounds, including the San Antonio KOA, which over 300 campsites and a 4,000 square foot enclosed pavilion perfect for a large group gathering. The San Antonio KOA also offers a pool, fishing opportunities, bike paths, a shuttle, dog park and more.

Exploring the City

When visiting the area with a Boerne, Texas rental RV, the local area provides any cuisine your heart (and stomach) desires. Ranging from Texas-style barbecue to vegan to hometown bakeries, Boerne offers dozens of restaurants both downtown (within walking distance of the Hill Country Mile) and throughout the city.

Bring your wallet when your travel to Boerne, as the city boasts an endless supply of shopping opportunities, from antique shops in quaint historic homes to specialty leather stores famous for producing boots, saddles, belts and custom work.

If bigger and better entertainment is what you’re seeking on your trip to Boerne, a short 30-minute drive to San Antonio can satisfy even the most experienced explorer. San Antonio boasts legendary historical attractions such as the Alamo Mission, Mission Concepción and The River Walk, and other crowd-pleasing spots such as the San Antonio Zoo, SeaWorld San Antonio, and Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Whether you’re visiting Boerne in your RV rental by owner, or exploring all of Texas, you’re sure to find an opportunity to adventure at your own speed.

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