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Enjoy a luxurious RV rental vacation when you camp at Medina Highpoint Resort. Near the vibrant city of San Antonio, Medina Highpoint Resort makes a perfect base for exploring the Texas Hill Country. Whether you plan to stay for a night or for a week, the captivating beauty of the region will make for a memorable excursion.
You'll have the comforts of home when you're camping at Medina Highpoint Resort. Campsites are equipped with full hookups with 20/30/50 amp electrical service. There are also restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities available for guests to use.
When you aren’t out hiking in the rocky Hill Country wilderness, take advantage of the recreational amenities at the RV resort. Nothing beats the heat like splashing in the swimming pool or relaxing by the fishing pond. Guests can enjoy the hiking trails that encircle the campground or challenge friends to some yard games. Dogs can come along for the motorhome rental vacation; Medina Highpoint Resort is pet-friendly and has a dog park where pups can roam.
Get a true sense of the vastness of the region by heading to Hill Country State Natural Area in Bandera. With acres upon acres of rolling wildflower fields, limestone plateaus and canyons, and scrubland as far as the eye can see, Hill Country State Natural Area is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. This rugged preserve has seen very little human interference. Make sure you bring clothes that can get dirty because the trails here are relatively rugged and primitive.
At Crownridge Canyon Park in San Antonio, visitors get a true sense of Texas’s various habitats. With canyonlands, patches of brush, and even some hints of the desert, the blend of ecosystems creates a unique landscape for visitors to explore. The trails are relatively short, though, there is so much to take in, from wildflowers to the canyon to the art installations. Whether this is your first time to Crownridge or your 50th, you are sure to experience something new.
For a quintessential Texas Hill Country experience, head to Guadalupe River State Park in Spring Branch. People from all over the state flock to the Hill Country for its long, meandering rivers and the Guadalupe is a local favorite. Tubing down the Guadalupe while soaking up the sun is a popular pastime here. At Guadalupe River State Park, four miles of the river are contained within its boundaries, allowing for plenty of tubing, canoeing, and swimming. The state park also has fishing gear for rent if you’d rather just sit along the banks and watch one of Texas’s most famous rivers float by. If you’d rather take in the luscious scenery around you, head out onto one of the various trails that cut through this pristine landscape.
There's a lot to see in the surrounding cities while you're camping in Medina. Start your urban explorations with a stop by the local apple orchard, where you can learn about how Texas' apple industry varies from its northern counterparts. You can also pick your own pumpkins in the fall, pick up some treats at the bakery, and stock up on apple products like apple butter and apple cider.
Art lovers should plan to spend a day at the Museum of Western Art in Kerrville. Originally founded as the “Cowboy Artists of America Museum,” this art museum showcases work portraying the American West in the wonderful mosaic of color and culture that it is. Wander the gallery halls to see paintings, sculptures, and Native American art. The museum is also home to a research library focused on the artists who've worked tirelessly to bring the American West to life.
Motorcyclists unite at the Lone Star Motorcycle Museum. This quintessential Americana museum houses more than 60 motorcycles in a gallery that is often changing and growing. With motorcycles dating back to the 1910s to more recent models and styles, there is plenty to see for all levels of nostalgia and interest.
Texas has roots in Czechoslovakian and Central European heritage. With this group of settlers came what has become a Texas staple: the kolache. During your Medina campervan rental trip, be sure to sample this delicious treat. The sweet kolache has stayed true to tradition, made of sweet dough surrounding a fruit or cheese filling, dusted with powdered sugar. Savory meat and cheese concoctions are popular, too.
When it comes time to restock and refuel the Medina motorhome rental, head to Kerrville for the broadest selection of stores and gas stations.