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Marble Falls, Texas is a small town, located in the central portion of this, very large, state. Situated off of US 281, Marble Falls lies on the banks of the Colorado River, less than 50 miles to the west of Austin. The town was named after a natural falls that was formed by the nearby river. In the 1950's, a dam was built on the river. The man-made lake that was created by the dam now covers the location of the falls. The falls can be viewed, every few years, when the water level of the lake gets low enough. Marble Falls is located less than six miles from Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, which provides plenty of recreational opportunities.

Wineries, breweries, museums, shops and retail farms are found throughout the area, as well as a slew of local restaurants. There are also several parks spread throughout the region, with walking paths, picnicking and fishing available, among other activities.

The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV in Marble Falls, you will have access to several unique recreational locales, including Lake Marble Falls. Fishing, swimming, picnicking and other water sports are available here during the warmer months. During the Christmas season, the site offers a holiday light display. This is also a prime area for spotting local wildlife.

Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge, also in Marble Falls, is comprised of small canyons and hills that seem to burst out of the flat landscape of the, surrounding, Texas plains. Hiking is the primary activity available here, though it is also a prime spot for viewing local wildlife, especially for bird watching. This is because, during certain times of the year, this park is known for its bird migrations. As it is a refuge, the facilities are very rustic, so be sure bring your own drinking water and snacks.

Schaffer Bend Recreation area overlooks nearby Lake Travis. The site offers hiking, camping, and fishing opportunities, among others. Scenic overlooks of the lake are also available for those interested in taking pictures.

RV Parks

When you rent a motorhome in Marble Falls, TX, you will need somewhere to park it for the night. As it is located near several large, metropolitan areas, the region surrounding Marble Falls caters to out-of-town visitors.

Coldwater Creek RV Park offers full hookup sites and is open year-round. The park caters to snowbirds and those wishing to stay for at least a month. In addition, the camp provides WiFi, laundry and bathroom facilities, a clubhouse, an exercise center and a store on-site. It is also pet-friendly so bring Fluffy along.

Sunset Point is located on the shores of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson. The site features full hookups, bathrooms, laundry facilities, WiFi, cable and its own boat launch. The park welcomes short and long-term stays.

Should you need a quick overnight stay, consider Walmart, truck stops, or larger grocery stores. There are several Walmarts located within 40 miles of town and camping may be allowed at these locations. Just check with the manager to get permission. The city also features several grocery stores that might meet your needs and where you can refresh your supplies. There are also gas stations and truck stops with trailer access within 40 miles of Marble Falls. Please speak with the managers of these locales regarding possible overnight camping options. Being located near Waco and San Antonio, RV rental near Marble Falls is common, therefore, you should be able to find great amenities.

Exploring the City

There’s a multitude of attractions near Marble Falls that provide a variety of fun for people of all ages. Dead Man's Hole is a documented, historical site that feels like something out of an urban legend. This natural sinkhole offers a look into some dark history of the local area. The deep hole was naturally formed by gas from an underground source. However, the site was made famous when, according to legend, it was used to bury the bodies of enemy Union soldiers during the Civil War.

If you're looking for a less spooky adventure, check out The Falls on the Colorado Museum. The site showcases the history and culture of the pioneers who settled this area. The museum also describes the geology of the local area and explains how the falls that the town was named for came to be hidden. Please call for current hours as they vary by season.

Your luxury RV rental in Marble Falls, Texas, will also give you the opportunity to enjoy attractions throughout the area. Sweet Berry Farm offers activities throughout the year including tractor and horseback rides, and a pumpkin patch in the fall. You-pick products, grown on the farm, are also available when in season. A maze and flower field are also featured.

If it’s a relaxing vacation in a quaint country setting that at you are seeking, you need to consider a camper rental in Marble Falls. Enjoy the local fare, catch a fish, and take in the beautiful landscape. Rent an RV in Marble Falls, TX, and explore the Lone Star State!

RV Rentals in Marble Falls, TX

Marble Falls, TX is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Marble Falls. Outdoorsy's Marble Falls RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Marble Falls are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Barton Creek Greenbelt, Murrell Park, Tom Hughes Park, Marion Sansom Park, and Enchanted Rock State Natural Area.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Main Loop to Vista Loop to Fern Del Trail San Antonio Texas
Turkey Creek Trail Austin Texas
Sculpture Falls Hike at Barton Creek Austin Texas
Riverplace Nature Trail Austin Texas
Walnut Creek Trail Austin Texas
St Edwards Park Creek Trail Austin Texas
Barton Creek Greenbelt Trail Austin Texas
Dana Peak Park Trail Harker Heights Texas
Onion Creek and Homestead Trail Loop Austin Texas
Enchanted Rock Loop Trail Fredericksburg Texas

Nearby Campgrounds

Lady Bird Lake

attraction Austin, TX
A great place to relax and take in the beauty of the city and its natural wonders. Alternatively, you can also explore the 10 miles of trails that border Lady Bird Lake in downtown Austin. Bring your skates, bikes, or running shoes. You and your dog can also enjoy the water or visit the rowing center for kayaking opportunities.

La Hacienda RV Resort and Cottage

campground Austin, TX
Recognized as one of the best places to stay in Texas, the Hacienda offers comfort and convenience. You'll be 30 minutes from downtown, 3 miles from Lake Travis, and you'll have access to a 24 hour gym, pools, hot tub, and a golf course. You can bring your pet and have them roam freely in the dog park, and enjoy a picnic with the family.

State Capitol

attraction Austin, TX
This historic wonder is a must see. You can learn about the history of the state through guided tours, and experience how the government runs in Texas. After the tour enjoy a picnic at the well-kept grounds.

San Gabriel River RV Park

campground Georgetown, TX
Follow the lazy path of the placid San Gabriel River as it flows through the pecan groves of Cedar Park, Texas. On a quiet riverbank thick with cool, shady trees you will find the San Gabriel River RV Park, which encompasses 33 acres of verdant, rural woodland only minutes from city amenities and attractions. The park itself is adjacent to several golf courses, and nearby lakes provide a venue for a variety of boating, fishing, and other outdoor activities. The neighborhood even has a water park. There are 100 RV sites available at the park, all level, and with full hookups that include electrical, water, and sewage. On-site amenities spacious areas for larger groups, barbecue facilities, and free WiFi. The laundry room and shower facilities are available 24 hours a day. If you are staying for a longer term, cable television service is also available. Guests can also make reservations using the park?s convenient online system.

Austin RV Park North

campground Pflugerville, TX
Austin RV Park North is a very convenient campground located in the North Austin area, and is very easily accessible to travelers visiting Plugerville, Texas. Visitors will find the park located just one mile west of highway I35 in the gently rolling prairie land behind a small country neighborhood which is very quiet and secure. The park was originally established by an RV enthusiast who wanted a campground close to the interstate, but away from the associated noise and bustle. Austin RV Park North is basically a long term park, with hookups for all essential services, as well as free wifi. A big advantage of this park is that it is close to Austin, Pflugerville, and Round Rock attractions. The rates are all inclusive for long term stay, which basically covers the utilities and wifi. Unfortunately there are no amenities such as club house, pool, and organized activities at the park.

Inner Space Cavern

attraction Georgetown, TX
Spelunking. That's the technical name for this activity which will take you into the bowels of the earth, for an exploration of these amazing caves, lasting about an hour and a half. Using flash lights, your tour guide will lead you along a walkway underground as you discover some of the natural hidden delights and secrets of Georgetown, Texas. The caves are relatively warm inside, even in winter, and you will be amazed at the stunning natural formations waiting for you along this underground trail. Occasionally the calm and peacefulness of the caves may be disturbed by the flutter of little wings as bats take to the air, but it is their home that you are visiting after all, and they are certainly not out to get you. At some point your guide will stop and ask the group to switch off their flash lights, so you can fully appreciate the blackness.

McKinney Falls State Park

campground Austin, TX
Fall asleep to the sound of falls dropping over limestone rocks at this wonderful state park. Located just outside Austin the park is a great RV rental destination and provides RV sites with water and electric hookups. Camp, hike, mountain or road bike, geocache, go bouldering, and picnic. You can also fish and swim in Onion Creek.

Barton Creek Greenbelt

attraction Austin, TX
Located within reach of the city is the scenic Greenbelt. This park provides swimming, amazing views, rock climbing, and many hiking trails. Make sure you visit the three locations: the Lower Greenbelt, Upper Greenbelt and the Barton Creek Wilderness Park.

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