2022 Jayco Jay Feather
2022 Jayco Jay Feather
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Deep in the heart of the Lone Star State is the proud town of San Saba, Texas. Founded in 1854 and nestled along the banks of the San Saba River, visitors to this Texas town can expect that classic Southern hospitality and charm mixed with the river tubing and rocky-hill hiking of the Texas Hill Country. When you secure an RV rental in San Saba, you’ll also be able to explore lush forests filled with trees hundreds of years old at the nearby state parks during the day and then experience the old town charm of downtown in the evenings.
When you book an RV in San Saba County, you open up the breathtakingly beautiful Texas Hill Country. This area just begs to be explored. You will be able to experience the powerful Texas rivers or majestic forests during the day, and then you can spend your evening gazing up at the Milky Way because the sky really is bigger in Texas.
Just a short drive to the southeast of San Saba is Colorado Bend State Park near Cherokee. The park borders the shores of the Colorado River. As you spend time in Colorado Bend, you’ll be able to enjoy the scenery of the Hill Country as you hike or bike along nearly 35 miles of trails. You could also beat that Texas heat by taking a dip in the naturally occurring cool springs, a popular choice being the Spicewoods Springs. Or if you’re feeling really adventurous, you can head underground on one of the guided cave tours.
Set aside a day to take the San Saba campervan rental south of town to Inks Lake State Park near Burnet. Inks Lake is a great destination if you’re looking to escape some of that infamous Texas heat. The Colorado River feeds into Inks Lake, where visitors to the park can enjoy swimming in the lake and waterhole. If you’d rather enjoy the water but not get wet, you can join one of the ranger-led canoe/kayak tours and explore more of this river country park that way.
Just a little farther south of Inks Lake is the Longhorn Cavern State Park near Marble Falls. These underground passageways were carved out by an underground river, and now the Texas State Park Department operates tours throughout the caverns. You’ll be able to see unique geologic formations and, for those experienced spelunkers, you can even go farther into the caverns and explore more with special reservations. Above ground, you can enjoy the walking paths that lead you around the maintained grounds.
When you secure an RV rental in San Saba, you can also secure yourself a spot or two to sleep at night. Luckily enough, there are plenty of options near town worth considering.
Just on the east side of town along the San Saba River is Cabo San Saba RV Park. At Cabo San Saba, guests will have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, and laundry facilities. Guests will also have access to the river and grills.
To the southeast of town is the Barefoot Camp and RV Park. At Barefoot, guests will have access to RV sites along with restroom and shower facilities. Guests will also have access to the river for fishing, swimming, and boating.
When you rent an RV in San Saba, make sure you set aside some extra time to explore the local area. There is no better way to learn about a community than to spend some time in it, and there are plenty of ways to fill the day in and around town.
On the east side of town is the Mill Pond Park. What once started as the site of a hydraulic dam has been revamped to be a local park. Visitors can enjoy the human-made waterfalls along the river, stroll through the rose gardens, and even take a dip in the swimming pool. Not only that, but you can play a pick-up game of baseball, basketball, or challenge your friends for a race around the track.
If you want to get a stronger sense of the history of the area, a short drive north of town is the Mills County Historical Museum. While it may be over county lines, a lot of the history is still relevant to the area. You’ll be able to learn about the early settlers and how they made life work in this relatively arid climate.
What better way to get to know the local community that by gathering at the local watering hole? San Saba is filled with artisan breweries and wineries, somewhat of a trend in the Hill Country area. You can explore the local flavors while taking in the town's atmosphere. And when you rent an RV, you will eventually need to restock and refuel it during your Hill Country journey. There are several options in and around town that are sure to have everything you need.
San Saba is unofficially known as the “Pecan Capital of the World,” so while you’re here, make sure to sit yourself down to a plate of fresh pecan pie and vanilla ice cream.