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Lakeway City Park lies in central Texas, close to the cities of Round Rock, Austin, and Spicewood. The park is nestled on the western shore of a bay known as the Hurst Creek Arm. This bay, in turn, is an offshoot of Travis Lake, a famous Texan recreational lake. Lakeway City Park is an oasis of green and blue in the metropolitan hustle and bustle of the greater Austin area. Many come to Lakeway City Park to escape the concrete jungle and relax next to the pristine waters of the bay. Lakeside recreation such as fishing, boating, and swimming are to be indulged at this park, along with a plethora of other activities on dry land.
All of this makes Lakeway City Park the perfect place to take an RV rental in central Texas. Navigating your way to Lakeway City Park with a rental RV is made even more accessible, with Highway 71 running from Austin to the park. Rent a camper near Lakeway City Park and see what this hidden gem of a park near the Texas capital has to offer. Search for an RV in Travis County to start your Lakeway City Park experience.
Being on the shores of Travis Lake and the adjoining Colorado River means that Lakeway City Park campers can enjoy some of the best fishing in the county area. Many budding fishermen and women come from all over to cast their hooks into the Hurst Creek Arm, and it is easy to see why. The waters here are home to a wide range of freshwater game fish, creating one of the most exciting fisheries in central Texas. Anglers here can try their hands at catching species such as largemouth bass, striped bass, white bass, bluegill, blue catfish, crappie, and northern pike.
Alongside the world-class fishing, Lakeway City Park’s water also offers fantastic opportunities to boat out on the water. The park itself has a public boat ramp open all year round; this makes accessing the water a breeze. The lake and river make for some of the best kayaking and canoeing waters you can find, and getting out onto the crystal clear waters during high summer is simply bliss. Those motorhome camping without a boat of their own can always head to the Lakeway City Park’s own marina. Here campers can rent a range of water going vessels to enjoy out on the water.
It is not only the promise of awesome water-based recreation that brings visitors in their drives to Lakeway City Park. The park itself has vast swathes of space dedicated to outdoor sports. Spend your days on the park’s basketball courts, baseball fields, or their sand volleyball courts. Those who love to immersive themselves within the local flora and fauna may be surprised to know that Lakeway City Park, although close to built up Texan cities, has many wildflower meadows and even a butterfly garden.
Camping at Lakeway City Park
Campers that are RV camping at Lakeway City Park will not be able to camp directly within the park grounds. This being said, there are several RV campgrounds all within a short drive of the park. La Hacienda RV Resort is just a few miles north of Lakeway City Park and provides the perfect place to set up camp. Full hookups are offered here; these include 20, 30, 50 amp electrical, water, and sewer hookups. On-site facilities also include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower block, cable TV, free WiFi, hot tubs, laundry service, and a swimming pool. Many of the camping sites are pull-thru, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome here.
Sunset RV Resort is a little further south from Lakeway City Park but also provides an ideal camping spot. Again, full electrical, water, and sewage hookups are supplied as standard. Facilities include flushing toilets, showers, a dump station, and laundry services.
Exploring the Area
With the state capital Austin only a stone’s throw from Lakeway City Park, campers have a range of day trips and sight-seeing opportunities right on their doorstep. Those with interest in all things history should not pass over the chance to head over to Bullock Texas State History Museum in downtown Austin. This museum has an extensive repertoire of exhibitions across many floors. These exhibitions showcase Texas’s long and rich cultural history through the ages. Visitors will come away from here with a new sense of Texan history and what this state represents.
Austin is home to one of the most unique phenomenons of any city, and no visit to this capital would be complete with viewing the ‘bat bridge.’ The Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge is home to the world’s largest urban bat population, with between 750,000 and 1.5 million bats calling it home. During the summer months, visitors to the city can view this huge population of bats fly from under the bridge and out into the Austin night to hunt.
Visitors to Austin, with a taste for all things art and culture, should pay a visit to the Blanton Museum of Art in the city. This art museum houses a plethora of works from a range of art genres and eras. Call ahead and book a guided tour of this art museum to make sure you do not miss a single thing. Highlights of the Blanton Museum of Art include early European works by Rubens, Claude Lorrain, and William Suida.