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The Colorado River winds itself through the heart of Texas. As this river flows between the cities of Austin and Round Rock its crashing current is stopped by the Mansfield Dam, that creates a reservoir known as Lake Travis. The construction of the dam and Lake Travis was undertaken in 1942. With thirty square miles of surface area, Lake Travis has the highest storage capacity of all of the Highland Lakes. Lake Travis is a perfect location to rent an RV and escape the hectic local cities of Austin and Georgetown, but still close enough to for city day trips with your Austin camper rental.

Time on Lake Travis can be spent fishing for its numerous species of fish, nature watching or hiking the rolling green lands that flank the Colorado River. Renting a boat from one of the local marinas is also a perfect way to explore the many coves and tributaries of the lake. Whether its relaxation or excitement you seek with your camper RV, Lake Travis has it all. Search for an RV in Travis County and begin your adventure today.

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Keen anglers camping with an RV will be delighted with the fishing opportunities on Lake Travis. A wide variety of fish call this lake home, including largemouth bass, Guadalupe bass, catfish and sunfish. Largemouth bass fishing is most successful in the summer months. Lake Travis is surrounded by small coves, rocky outcrops, and sunken logs, ideal environments for catching and landing that next big fish. Whether you fish from Lake Travis's two hundred miles of shoreline or take a boat out on to its picturesque waters, fishing here is an experience not to be missed.

Boating on Lake Travis is a great way to spend your time here. For those who are motorhome camping without their own boats, take a trip to Lake Travis's many lakeside marinas. Paradise Cove Marina rents out jet skis, speed boats, and even houseboats. There is such a wide range of options when spending those summer days on the water. If you are looking for something a little more relaxing, paddleboards can also be rented here. For those who want a little more luxury with their water-going vessels, head to VIP Marina on Lake Travis. Here, you will be treated to some of the best boating services around.

Lake Travis is surrounded by some of the lushest green pastures and woodland in Travis County, and all of Texas. The many trails that crisscross the land are perfect for both experienced and novice hikers alike. Take the two-mile hike from the shores of Lake Travis along through the woodlands towards the Hudson Bend. Hikers will have breathtaking views of the Hudson River and the rolling foothills beyond. Make sure you are equipped with good footwear and plenty of drinking water.

Camping At Lake Travis

Camping at Lake Travis is simple enough for those wishing to do so. La Hacienda RV Resort is the perfect place as it is located on the Hudson Bend, right on the shores of Lake Travis. All sites are easy to navigate and accommodate the biggest of rigs. Full hookups are provided, along with high-speed WiFi and even cable TV.

Another campsite located directly on the shores of Lake Travis is Lake Travis Inn & RV Park. This campground has a choice of over 80 spacious sights, six of which are pull through, and forty-five accommodate double slideouts. Every site features full hookups, and each spot is individually metered with 30 or 50 amp service. Pets are most welcome here but must be kept on a leash at all times.

Exploring The Area

A short drive from Lake Travis will bring you to Texas's capital, Austin. Austin is home to a plethora of day trip opportunities for the whole family. One of these places is the captivating Blanton Museum Of Art. Blanton is one of the largest university art museums in the whole of the country. With 189,340 square feet devoted to temporary exhibitions and permanent collection galleries, there is something for everyone. Wander through these exhibitions and be beguiled by the wide range of art on display. From sculptures, paintings, and even modern digital installation art, Blanton has it all.

While in the city of Austin, take a visit to the Austin Aquarium, a perfect day out for the whole family. Located in the center of Austin, this aquarium features exhibits that include a wide variety of amphibians, lorikeets, parakeets, and a large variety of tropical fish species that include sharks and stingrays. With an extensive range of interactive exhibits, Austin Aquarium is the ideal place to bring young children wishing the learn about marine life and the natural world as a whole.

Another perfect day out for families is a trip to the zoo, also in Austin. This zoo draws visitors from around the world to learn about many different animals. This small, yet intimate zoo hosts over forty species animals, from the squirrel and spider monkeys to the Russian red fox and Amazonian parrots. Austin zoo also offers ‘Zoo Tots," whereby you can share the joy of animals at the zoo with your toddlers during a one-hour program using storybooks, crafts, and animal encounters.

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