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Search for an RV in Leander and you’ll find yourself in a fast-growing city that still retains its small-town feel and friendliness. You won’t be far at all from the sophistication and style of Austin but you’ll be able to feel at home in this lovely Southern city. You and your RV rental in Leander, Texas will also be in easy driving distance to Round Rock, Georgetown, Cedar Park, and the Balcones Canyon National Wildlife Refuge.

This is an old railroad city and if this is an area of interest, you won’t be disappointed with your visit with the motorhome rental in Leander. Train-themed attractions and activities include the Cedar Rock Railroad play space and the Trail of Trains, a series of custom-decorated concrete trains located in both prominent and hidden areas all around the town.

If you don’t want to drive the Leander RV rental all around town, you can take public transportation wherever you need or want to go. You can buy single-day or longer-term passes and the options include MetroBus, MetroExpress, MetroRapid, MetroRail, and more. Check out the website for more information; there’s even an app for that. Some area Walmarts are reported to allow overnight parking of RVs.

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The Great Outdoors

The Leander Parks & Recreation Department operates over 400 acres of accessible green space and recreational opportunities that you can access with an RV rental in Leander. Benbrook Ranch Park features pavilions for picnicking, a playscape, hiking and biking trails, 47 acres of soccer fields, a disc golf course, a skatepark, and a BMX track.

Devine Lake Park provides opportunities for fishing, boating (non-motorized), and wildlife observation. Robin Bledsoe Park offers a pavilion with picnic tables, a barbecue grill, concessions, a playscape, a lighted multipurpose synthetic field, a basketball court, a swimming pool and splash pad, a walking trail, and public restrooms. There are also smaller neighborhood parks that you may want to visit with your Leander RV rental by owner.

There’s an 18-hole course with water hazards on 12 of the 18 holes at the Crystal Falls Golf Club. You can also visit the Discovery Well Cave Preserve and the Volente Beach WaterPark. There are also opportunities to rent boats and visit marinas for sailing and other boating adventures when you rent a motorhome in Leander.

RV Parks

When you rent an RV in Leander, you’ll want a place to stay and one option is the Rio Bonito Cabin and RV Park. The park is open all year round and features recreational opportunities such as fishing, tubing, swimming, and biking. Park amenities include a swimming pool, a playground, Rio Hall (with a covered deck), laundry facilities, a propane filling station, and a fenced dog run. All sites feature full hookups, water, sewer, picnic tables, WiFi, and available satellite television reception.

You can park your Leander travel trailer rental at the Sunny Hill RV Park. While this is primarily a residential park, daily rates are available and you can enjoy the homey, settled feel. All sites include full hookups and WiFi. Extra-large sites and canopied premium sites are also options for those who wish for a little extra space. Some pets are welcome. On-site managers are accessible 24 hours a day for emergencies.

Another option for your RV rental in Leander, TX is the Leander/NW Austin KOA campground. Sites feature pull-through access, full hookups, WiFi, and cable. Campground features include a seasonal pool and hot tub, clubhouse, curbside trash pickup, a camp store with snacks, a pavilion, showers, laundry facilities, picnic tables, recreational and sports fields, a playground, book and movie rentals, and a dog area.

Exploring the City

You may want to time your Leander RV rental vacation to enjoy some of the special events that this town has to offer. There’s a car show on the last Sunday of every month that automotive enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy. Families can join in the annual Family Fun Camp Out and Fishing Derby at Devine Lake Park or the family-friendly Liberty Fest celebration with live music, food and craft vendors, activities, and fireworks. The Leander Bluegrass Festival takes place every year and features live music, concessions, activities, and numerous vendors. Enjoy the Old Town Street Festival with bands, vendors and artisans, food and drink, activities, and more. Other Old Town events include the Old Town Farmers Market, Old Town Summer Nights, and the Old Town Christmas Festival.

Dining options range from Southern-style home cooking and barbecue to a wide range of ethnic eateries, a café with locally-sourced organic ingredients, specialty bakeries, fine dining, and more. There are coffeeshops, wineries, and breweries, as well as plenty of more family-friendly establishments. You won’t be hungry, thirsty, or bored when you book a rental RV in Leander, TX.

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