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When you book your RV rental from Kerrville, Texas, you’ll find yourself deep in the heart of Texas Hill Country, next door to the well-known and scenic Guadalupe River. Even under the hot Texas sun, this small town never fails to look like a lush green paradise, just waiting for you to explore the beautiful wooded areas dotted around as well as its various family-run establishments.

From here you can take your luxury RV rental from Kerrville to Texas’ capital Austin where you can immerse yourself into Texan city life. And if you’re a fan of American country music, visiting Austin is an absolute must. If that isn’t enough to satisfy your Texan city desires, then you can pop down to San Antonio, a city known for its rich colonial history, plus the San Antonio Riverwalk, a must-see for all travelers who visit Texas.

You can head out on a road trip with the Kerrville camper rental and ake a couple of days out to visit the Big Bend National Park, located a six-hour drive away. With 150 miles of hiking across the entire Chisos Mountain range as well as a large part of the Chihuahuan Desert, this park was first established in 1944 and has been a prime hiking spot ever since.

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The Great Outdoors in Kerrville

There are plenty of natural attractions close to your travel trailer rental in Kerrville that make it a wonderful town to be based while traveling. For example, there’s the Kerrville River Trail which takes you along the Guadalupe River. This well-maintained trail makes for an enjoyable and easy six-mile hike, taking you through some of the beautiful landscapes surrounding Kerrville.

Another spot to explore could be the Kerrville-Schreiner Park, with a whopping 500 acres to explore with access to fishing spots alongside the Guadalupe River. It’s great for a gentle hike across the neatly maintained trails or just a peaceful picnic on the lush greens that stretch across the park. It's a prime spot for deer, so if you’re a wildlife enthusiast, this could be the park for you.

You can also head to the Old Tunnel State Park in Grapetown, about 30 miles down the road from Kerrville. The hiking trail within the park is roughly a half-mile long but is slightly more difficult than the previous options due it being steep in certain places. It’s also known for its impressive bat population, which can be viewed from the bat balcony during the warmer months.

RV Parks in Kerrville

While on your travels with your motorhome rental from Kerrville, you will need to keep an eye out for a place to settle down overnight. Fortunately, there are multiple RV parks for you to choose from. One option is the Kerrville KOA, situated in northern Kerrville. Here you will be accommodated with all the necessary facilities such as sewage, water, and electricity hookups. On-site amenities include a seasonal swimming pool, Wi-Fi, and cable TV.

Another option for you to consider is the Hill Country RV Park, located a few miles from Kerrville. This park caters to both short-term and long-term guests, with electric, sewage, and water hookups available. Hill Country RV Park also offers its guests access to Wi-Fi and cable TV, as well as an on-site laundromat.

Exploring Kerrville

Aside from its gorgeous parks, there’s plenty to explore in your camper rental in Kerrville. If you’re interested in art, there a couple of really good options for you. First of all, there’s the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center. This cozy venue displays art by Texan artists and offers frequent one-off displays of items such as woodwork, among others. The art collection never fails to excite and intrigue, giving the true art lover an unforgettable experience of traditional Texas art.

Another option would be Kerrville’s local history museum, known for its displays of artwork dedicated to the American Frontier and life in the Wild West. Their exhibits also change over time, making each visit a fresh experience. If you’re a fan of both history and art, then this place is ideal for you.

If you want a relaxing afternoon enjoying the finer things in life, you can pay a visit to the local winery. The gorgeous rustic decor of this small-town winery sets a cozy and charming tone to this luxury wine tasting experience. Here you can try out some award-winning wines while you take in the ambiance of this historic building. They also frequently host special events, including live music acts. On your way home, you’ll be met with endless dining options, with sandwich shops, Mexican food, burger joints, Thai cuisine, and Italian eateries, to name just a few.

If you think that this sounds like the perfect getaway for you, search for an RV in Kerrville right now. Enjoy Texas in all its glory through a pleasant small town with all the right connections to both great outdoors and the big cities.

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