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Whether you're a racing fan, a wine lover, or a Tex-Mex foodie, you'll find that Crestview RV Park gets you close to where you want to be. Only half an hour's drive from Austin, the campground offers a relatively quiet base away from the bustle of big cities. Buda campers will be delighted to arrive at a well-shaded spot with full hookup service, 30/50 amp power, and enough space to accommodate a slide-out.
Pack light knowing that there is a laundry facility when camping with an RV at Crestview RV Park. At the end of the day, freshen up at the restrooms and showers, and update family and friends back home using the wireless internet connection. With cable TV service in the campground, you won't have to miss your favorite programs. And before you leave town, inquire at the office for RV supplies you might need on the road.
One of the closest state parks when camping at Crestview RV Park happens to be close to Austin. McKinney Falls State Park is half an hour's drive from Buda yet a different world altogether where history and scenic beauty meet. Admire the Onion Creek as it tumbles over limestone ledges, and discover an old rock shelter and the remains of an early Texas homestead as you explore the park. Follow the Rock Shelter Trail for a look at an early campsite, or hike and bike the Onion Creek Trail as it threads through the park for close to three miles. For a refreshing end to your park visit, a dip in Onion Creek might be a good idea.
Within close driving distance to Austin and San Antonio, Lockhart State Park welcomes visitors with its tranquillity and a handful of outdoor recreation opportunities. Clear Fork Creek is plump with sunfish, catfish, and bass, while Clear Fork Trail lines the hiker's path with plants and a creek and presents a chance to meet wildlife. For a more vigorous hike, the shorter Persimmon Trail presents more challenges.
Visiting the Texas Hill Country won't be complete, of course, without a sip from at least one of the region's vineyards and wineries. Book an RV rental in Hays County, and follow the Texas Wine Trail from Austin to Fredericksburg to New Braunfels, and a few other places in between, where vineyards pride in their terroir and cultivate their own style of winemaking.
Tannat and Mourvedre are some of the lesser-known varietals, and if you're into more popular wines, your taste buds will be rewarded with Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. Several wine tours in the Texas Hill Wine Country are scheduled throughout the year. Outside those dates, you can always catch a grape stomp, food and wine pairing dinners, or live music to enrich your wine-tasting experience.
To get a sense of where Buda belongs in the Austin-San Antonio corridor, visit the McElroy – Severn Stagecoach House that served as a stagecoach stop in the late 1800s and early 1900s for those traveling between the two cities. The Historic Stagecoach Park also has nearly two miles of trails that you can explore on a bicycle.
Buda’s quirky festivals are worth marking the calendar for, and one of them is the Wiener Dog Races held the last weekend in April. Be amused as you watch short-legged wiener dogs run as fast as they can to reach the finish line first. The last weekend in September brings a different crowd, one that loves fajita. Rent a camper near Crestview RV Park and have your fill of Tex-Mex cuisine during the Fajita Fiesta, which also celebrates BBQ and jalapenos. Entertainment for all ages includes arts and crafts, games, and mariachi groups.
If you're planning to watch the Formula One Grand Prix in Austin's Circuit of the Americas, you also might want to consider basing yourself at one of the RV parks in Buda. About a dozen gas stations can be found in the city and about the same number of convenience stores. You will find it more affordable and more peaceful to stay in town while jumping into the thick of the racing action back in Austin.
Camping in Buda brings you close to some of the largest cities in the United States but not close enough that you can’t have a quiet moment or two under a leafy canopy while enjoying a sip of Malbec or Pinot Grigio. So when you’re ready to have a good time in the Lone Star State with a glass of wine in hand, consider booking a rental RV in Buda, TX, and finding campsites near the Texas Hill Country.