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Discover Round Rock, TX

Only 20 miles North of the Texas State Capital of Austin is the charming city of Round Rock. More than just a rural Texan town, Round Rock is famous for its incredible natural surroundings, fantastic outdoor activities and well-facilitated camping sites. With so much to explore here, it’s really a brilliant idea to book an RV rental in Round Rock. In fact, Round Rock is also known as ‘The Capital of Sport’, and for good reason. Nearby you can find plenty of spots for hiking and biking routes, as well as a golf course, fishing lake and baseball, football, and cricket fields inside the Old Settlers Park. A little farther afield there are many canyons, waterfalls and forest reserves to visit.

Round Rock is easy to get around by using the public transport system so you can leave your Round Rock camper rental parked and take buses to the city center. The Capital Metro also provides a quick link to Austin's city center and attractions.

The Great Outdoors

For Round Rock RV renters, there are plenty of options for exploring the great outdoors. One of the closest places to Round Rock is the McKinney Falls State Park where Onion Creek flows over limestone. Where Onion Creek meets with Williamson Creek, a cooling waterfall and swimming hole has formed. Considered the ‘backyard of Austin’, the park is only eight miles from the city, yet that doesn’t detract from the rugged beauty of this site. Inside the park, there is a total of 90 miles of hiking trails and biking trails leading through the Hill Country Woods. There are suitable sights for bouldering, fishing, geocaching, rock climbing, and many species of birds to spot and plants to identify.

Less than an hour drive Northwest of Round Rock is another natural gem called the Inks Lake State Park. The glistening waters of Inks Lake are perfect for swimming, water sports, or fishing. The freshwater lake hosts a variety of bass, catfish, sunfish and more. At the lake, there are double kayaks, canoes and paddle boats to rent or you can bring your own equipment for more extreme sports. There are almost 200 campsites and places to hook up your Round Rock RV rental on the lake's perimeter, as well as volleyball, picnic and nature observation areas. Within the state park, you can find nine miles of forestry trails, many of which are suitable for families.

RV Parks

Planning a trip with an RV rental near Round Rock Texas is a very practical vacation option as there are plenty of secure and well-facilitated places to park your Round Rock rental motorhome. Even within the city center, there are some nice RV parks. The Old Settlers RV Park is pet-friendly and set up with washing and drying facilities, as well as 30 amp or 50 amp hookups. There is a church onsite with service on Sundays. The Old Settlers RV park is less than two miles from the highway and is in walking distance to sports facilities and kids’ playgrounds in the Old Settlers Park.

If you prefer to make your base away from city lights and noises, you can book a motorhome in Round Rock and drive to the Rio Bonito Cabin and RV Park Campground. This site offers peace and quiet alongside the San Gabriel River. Situated 40 miles North of Austin and a short distance from Georgetown and Cedar Park, this camping site is teeming with wildflowers and is ideally located for visiting nature parks around Round Rock.

Exploring the City

Walking through Round Rock's city center feels a little like stepping into an old movie, though the city has added plenty of newer facilities, including premium shopping outlets and an Ikea store. Even with these recent commercial developments, Round Rock still maintains the same small town feel that it’s had since 1851 when it was founded on the plant-lined banks of the Brushy Creek. To relive a little of the Round Rock’s history, visitors can take a walk through the Chisholm Trail Crossing Park. You’ll see sculptures and memorial plaques which tell the story of this community’s part in the Chisholm Cattle Drive. Visitors can also visit the historic dockyards of Round Rock to see 19th-century houses lining the streets and visit the exact spot where the Sam Bass Shootout took place. There are actually quite a few important historical sites around the area.  The Centennial Plaza is a common hotspot for street festivals and open-air performances, and the Keoghan Memorial Water Tower Park commemorates one of the city’s original water towers. Check out the original “round rock” at Round Rock Memorial Park, along with some other bits of local history. If you rent an RV in Round Rock you should have no trouble driving and parking your vehicle at any point around the city, as there’s plenty of parking around town.

Beyond history and nature, Round Rock is also famous for its enormous orange flavored donuts, best from Round Rock Donuts café. For kids, visit the Rock’N River Waterpark, with cool new slides and a Lazy River. Take in a good old American baseball game during a visit to the famous Dell Diamond; the home stadium of the Round Rock Express, a Class AAA minor league team.

It’s time to hit the road and check out the action-packed city and surroundings of Round Rock. Search for an RV rental in Round Rock, TX and get started on your next rental adventure.

RV Rentals in Round Rock, TX

Round Rock, TX is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Round Rock. Outdoorsy's Round Rock 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 Round Rock 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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What's around Round Rock, TX

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Campgrounds

Old Settlers Park

campground Round Rock, TX
This RV park will be a big hit with baseball fans, as it is situated right opposite the Dell Diamond in Round Rock, Texas. The park consists of many level gravel lots with pull throughs and hookups offering a choice of either 30 amp or 50 amp power, plus sewer and water. Suitable for big rigs, the Old Settlers RV Park offers adequate space with enough room to maneuver around. There are shady sites available, however a number of sites are occupied by long termers. The park is well located in that there are plenty of amenities close by, from the baseball field to walking trails, to restaurants and shopping centers. The park can get a little busy on weekends with baseball fans and their moms, but it does create a festive atmosphere. This park is reasonably priced and is not too far from Austin, but take note ? they don't take reservations, so call ahead is a good idea.

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.

New Life RV Park

campground Georgetown, TX
If you're looking for a nice, clean, affordable RV park in the vicinity of Georgetown, Texas and you don't want to be too far from the interstate, then the New Life RV Park will tick a lot of boxes for you. Although the highway is close by, the noise is not a problem, and the access more than makes up for it. The park is really well laid out and noticeably clean, with nice, long pull throughs for those bigger rigs and extra long motor homes. You will find a full range of hookups at your fingertips as well as free wifi on demand. An enclosed pet area is waiting to service your best friend's basic needs. Also at the park is a clean laundry, a great community recreation room, a sparkling pool and hot tub, and a supply store with a fantastic range of camping and outdoor goodies on the shelves.

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.

Play for all park

attraction Round Rock, TX
Not everyone thinks about play parks with the physically challenged in mind, but that's exactly what the city of Round Rock, Texas has done with the Play For All Park. Developed with the intention of providing a safe and educational play area for all children, the Play For All Park is 51,000 square feet of fun, outdoor environment that offers a safe area in which children can freely play and develop necessary skills. The park is geared toward children between 3 and 12 years of age, and has everything you'd expect to find from a large sand box, to a small town for riding bikes, scooters, and power wheels, to a huge playscape. Each different section of the park has special access for wheelchairs, and children of all abilities are able to play in each area. There are picnic sites for lunches and parties, with plenty of shade to help out in the warmer weather.

Cicada Springs RV Park

campground Killeen, TX
Travelers who wish to explore the southern parts of the United States or happen to be traveling down to Mexico will find the abundance of overnight accommodation for RV campers to be in full supply. Killeen is situated half way between San Antonio and Forth Worth and is north of Austin, making it the ideal pitstop. The Cicada Springs RV Park allows RV campers to stretch their legs and enjoy full hookups, with the choice of 30 or 50 amp service. The park also features paved and lighted streets, as well as concrete pads to ensure the RV remains stable. Guests will have access to a full laundry and enjoy WiFi while catching up on some work. Those who love to get in a bit of exercise will enjoy the city park situated just next door, which includes a two and a half mile hike and a bike trail.

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.

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.

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