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During your next Texas Hill Country camping trip, consider a stay at Lake Medina RV Resort. On the shores of Upper Lake Medina, the RV resort offers easy access to some of Central Texas’ best destinations. You'll get a sense of Texas heritage when you camp at Lake Medina RV Resort, too; a historic working ranch is on-site. Whether you plan to hike the rocky elevations of the region, explore the vibrant city of San Antonio, or just get lost in the meandering rivers of the Hill Country, there is so much to enjoy when you rent an RV near Medina Lake.
The campsites at Lake Medina RV Resort are available with full hookups, and sites with partial hookups are also offered. Additional on-site amenities include restroom and shower facilities, a dump station, and laundry facilities.
Due to Lake Medina’s excellent location, campers don't need to leave the resort to enjoy some recreational activities. You can cool off from the Texas heat at the swimming pool, or rent a kayak or canoe and head out onto the lake. Cast your line into the water to see what you hook, or enjoy a guided yoga class. History lovers can take a guided tour of the historic ranch and learn more about the ranching industry in Texas.
Those looking to get a sense of the Hill Country should head to Government Canyon State Natural Area in San Antonio. With 40 miles of trails to explore, you can hike up to the rugged canyonlands or enjoy the gentler rolling hills down below. Immerse yourself in the Texas landscape with cacti, wildflowers, and sagebrush surrounding the trails. Government Canyon State Natural Area has the only known dinosaur tracks in the county. Head to the 110-million-year-old fossil site and see just how massive the footprints are.
Those looking for an escape into the true Hill Country wilderness can head to Hill Country State Natural Area in Bandera. This rustic and rugged natural area perfect for the adventurers at heart. With minimal facilities and human construction, get ready to rough it as you head out on the rocky dirt trails. You can stroll across the rolling hills or through the wildflower fields for a leisurely day. If you want to challenge yourself, head up to the tops of plateaus and down into the depths of canyons. Whether you plan to hike, mountain bike, or enlist the help of a horse, there is plenty to explore in this little slice of former ranchland.
If you’re camping in the Texas Hill Country during the fall, plan to dedicate a day to Lost Maples State Natural Area near Leakey. Not a lot of places in Texas experience all four seasons, and while the Hill Country usually only vacillates between hot and cold, Lost Maples has a surprise for its fall visitors. Home to the rare bigtooth maple, this stunning species becomes ablaze with traditional fall colors every October and November. Explore the more leisurely surface trails and stroll through this autumnal wonderland. Cozy up to the shores of the Sabinal River or Can Creek and cast your line as you soak in all the fall beauty. If you’d rather push your limits, head towards the rocky canyons and hills and view it all from above.
Lovers of the natural world should plan to spend an afternoon at the Bandera Natural History Museum. Visitors of all ages will delight in the impressive and imposing dinosaur fossils and exhibits. You can wander through the “Trail of Habitats,” and see recreated dioramas of some of the world’s most beautiful ecosystems.
Learn more about the rough-and-tumble history of the Lone Star State with a visit to the Frontier Times Museum. Here, you can stroll through the “Texas Heroes Hall of Honor,” a permanent exhibit that tells the tale of many of Texas’ greatest citizens and honorees. There are a variety of other exhibits that also showcase the impressive ranching and frontier history of this massive state.
Those who want to experience something different should head to Cascade Caverns. The stunning limestone caverns have been eroded over time, creating bizarre and unique formations. An underground river erodes the rocks, and while you're here, you can see the workings of geology in action. There are a variety of tours you can join, including daytime and nighttime tours.
When you're camping near San Antonio, indulge in some of the local cuisines. Tex-Mex is popular in the region and is a fusion of Texas cooking styles and Mexican flavor. For a memorable meal, head to the San Antonio Riverwalk for some riverside dining.