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If you want a vacation full of fun in the sun as well as being able to kick your feet up and just relax, then getting an RV rental in Llano, Texas might be a great idea. This city has the charm and personality of a small town and can be found in the heart of lots of open fields. Nearby is the state capital of Austin, as well as the city of San Antonio where you can see The Alamo, and Dallas, with all its delicious food and culture.
Even closer to that motorhome rental in Llano, you’ll find the small city of Brady, and the agricultural town of Mason isn’t far away either. If you’re in the mood for cooling down a bit from the heat of the Texan sun, the Gulf of Mexico is another destination you can head to with your camper rental from Llano. And it's easy to get around here too; Texas State Highway 16, 29, and 71 all run through Llano.
Colorado Bend State Park is an excellent option if you’re looking to get some recreation along with some fantastic nature sights. Here you can hike on gorgeous trails past glimmering waterfalls and cooling springs. You can go fishing and paddling on the Colorado River, or take in the fantastic surroundings, and you can go on a very hands-on cave tour too. Be prepared for some crawling and climbing.
If you’d rather not do too many activities but still want to enjoy the fantastic nature, Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge might just be the place for you. You can still hike, of course, on trails running through rugged terrain with juniper and oak woodlands, scenic foothills that turn into savannahs, as well as open country with lovely views. This is a perfect place for the bird enthusiast, and you might spot a golden-cheeked warbler or two. Hopefully, you didn’t forget your binoculars in the Llano travel trailer rental.
If you still want more of the beautiful Texan landscape, you can give Enchanted Rock State Natural Area a visit. The rock in question is a pink granite dome with fantastic views of the surroundings, and here you can also hike, gaze at the stars at night, and go rock climbing. If you want a snack or a gift or two for your loved ones back home, there’s a great park store for that.
You’ll have no problem finding a place to park your campervan rental near Llano. In fact, there is one within the city. At Llano City RV Park, you’ll get full hookups, Wi-Fi, access to the Llano River, and each site has its own picnic table. It could be a nice place to stay, especially after a long day behind the wheel.
Only 20 minutes' drive from Llano is Granite Rock RV Park. This scenic park can offer you full hookups, as well as a large community room and a take-a-book-leave-a-book library - and it welcomes pets. Should you, your pet, or the RV need some refreshments, there are plenty of grocery stores and gas stations in Llano.
Park your RV rental in Llano and take a walk around the town. If you’re interested in the history of the city, Llano County Museum is a great place to start. Here you can see a chuckwagon, artifacts from drugstores, and an outdoor frontier cabin, and just next to this fascinating museum you’ll find the Historic Railyard District with its own museum and visitor center.
Following the same theme but taking it out in the open, there are several registered historical places in Llano, including the beautiful Badu Building, the majestic Llano County Courthouse and Jail, and the grand Southern Hotel. They all have their stories, and most of them are even built from local materials.
There are also a whole bunch of events that take place in the city throughout the year, ranging from the spring to winter, so you’ll likely catch one whenever you decide to book an RV in Llano. There are several art festivals, a rodeo and parade, and a music festival. If you’re there for Christmas, you’ll get to see the lighted Christmas parade, and if you like food, you can make sure to be in town for the chuckwagon cook-off. In Llano, there's so much fun to be had.
Perhaps you should let friends and family know that you’ll be away for a while, seeing as you’re going to Llano, Texas. And if you miss the cook-off, there’s Mexican, Chinese and Texan cuisine and you might even get your hands on a delicious pizza. Don’t forget sunscreen!