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Situated on the Colorado River in Austin, TX, lies Lady Bird Lake. This man-made reservoir was built in the 1960s as a cooling lake for the nearby power plant before eventually being turned into a recreational site. This reservoir was named after former First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson.

Today, Lady Bird Lake is a popular spot for kayaking, fishing, and paddleboarding. Many local rowing teams often practice on the lake, and you can see them throughout the year. In addition to this, the reservoir also features a long bike trail that winds around its border.

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Getting Outdoors

You’ll find plenty of things to do outdoors while exploring Lady Bird Lake. One option is fishing. The reservoir is known for its largemouth bass population and also features fish such as catfish and carp. The reservoir measures 18 feet deep and has a few fishing regulations you’ll need to keep in mind, such as fish size limits and certain boat motor types.

Another activity to do while here is kayak. Visitors can bring their own kayak or rent one. There are eight different access points around Lady Bird Lake, each of which connects to different areas such as Barton Springs Pool and Deep Eddy Pool. There’s also the Lady Bird Lake Paddling Trail which features various loop trails that will take you by different scenic views.

Lady Bird Lake also features a long walking trail around its border. The trail, known as the Ann and Roy Butler Hike Trail, runs about 1.3 miles and has stunning views of the city’s skyline. In addition to this, the trail is lined by bald cypress, sycamore, and elm trees. This trail also recently open a special Boardwalk Trail which will take you across the water and allows you to bike, hike, or fish on it.

Camping at Lady Bird Lake

There are a few places where you are able to book an RV rental in Travis County so that you are able to get out in your motorhome and camp. One place to consider is the Austin Lone Star RV Resort. This camper resort offers 150 sites which are shaded by ancient trees. It offers amenities such as electric, WiFi, ice, and laundry. There’s also a small campground store and pool on its grounds. This RV resort is pet-friendly and offers military discounts.

Another option is the Pecan Grove RV Park. Located just a short drive away from Lady Bird Lake, this RV park offers incredible views of the Austin skyline. It has amenities such as showers, electric, WiFi, restrooms, and sewer. It’s important to make reservations a few months ahead of time as this park can be very quickly booked up.

Exploring the Area

You’ll find many places you can visit with your travel trailer while in the area. A quick drive away in Sunset Valley is Barton Creek Greenbelt. Known locally as “The Greenbelt” this destination features over 13 miles of trails and is thought to be one of the best hiking spots in the area. It features limestone bluffs and the beautiful Barton Creek with its gigantic boulders.

In Round Rock, there’s the iconic “Round Rock.” This unique historical marker rests in the waters of Brushy Creek and is known for its round shape. It was used as a way to cross the creek back in the 1800s. In fact, visitors can still see wagon wheel tracks carved into the local stone. A few steps away from the Round Rock is the Stagecoach Inn, which is thought to be one of the oldest structures in the area.

About an hour away in San Antonio consider a stop at The Alamo. This historic structure was an important site during the war between Texas and Mexico. Visitors can take a tour of its interior as well as numerous exhibits which house artifacts from this time period, like old weapons. Guided tours are available, but you must make a reservation at least 24 hours ahead of time.

While in San Antonio visit the Witte Museum. Created in 1926, this museum is designed to help tell guests more about Texas’ culture and history. Some exhibits here include The Art of Texas, a dinosaur gallery, and one that highlights prehistoric hunters who once lived in the state.

There are quite a few gas stations near Lady Bird Lake, so you’ll be able to find plenty of places to fill your motorhome’s tank up at. In addition to this, visitors to the area will also discover a handful of restaurants, such as steakhouses and Mexican eateries. Some popular local specialties to try while here include fajitas, barbecue, and brisket before heading off on another adventure.

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