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Tom Hughes Park is located in central Texas, close to the towns and cities of Austin, Cedar Park, and Round Rock. Lying along the shores of Lake Travis, Tom Hughes Park is the ideal place to seek out for a weekend spent at the lake. Its closeness to Austin makes it one the best places to go for people wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of Texas’s capital city. Along with the fantastic fishing and boating to be had on Lake Travis, Tom Hughes Park itself offers excellent recreation in the forms of hiking, cycling, and picnicking.

This long list of recreation, the lake, and the closeness to Austin, all make Tom Hughes Park the place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made even more comfortable with nearby roads leading to the city of Austin. Rent a camper near Tom Hughes Park and delight in the easy accessibility of Lake Travis. Search for an RV in Travis County and begin your Tom Hughes Park experience today.

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Getting Outdoors

Being on the shores of Lake Travis makes Tom Hughes Park the perfect place for keen anglers to visit. Fishermen and women seek out Lake Travis for its fame of being a fishing hotspot. Lake Travis is home to a wide variety of freshwater game fish, making it an unmissable fishery for serious anglers. Tom Hughes Park campers can try their hands at catching largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, crappie, channel catfish, sunfish, northern pike, and many more. Remember that a Texas fishing license is needed to fish on the lake.

As well as the world-class fishing, Lake Travis is an excellent place for boating. Tom Hughes Park is an ideal park to launch your boat from, having two publically accessible boat ramps. With no motor restrictions out on the lake, those launching from Tom Hughes Park can fulfill all of their boating dreams. Whether this is speeding along in a speed boat or taking the family on a gentle sail around the lake - this park and lake have it all. Those motorhome camping without a boat of their own can head to the marina not far along from Tom Hughes Park.

It is not just the lakeside recreation that draws in visitors to Tom Hughes Park. The park itself is home to a network of hiking and cycling trails, These trails vary in both lengths and difficulties, meaning they can be enjoyed by even the most beginner of hiker or cyclist. The amount of open green space the park has lends itself perfectly for picnicking and merely enjoying the nature all around you.

Camping at Tom Hughes Park

Those RV camping at Tom Hughes Park will struggle to find campground directly within the park itself. This being said, there are numerous campgrounds within a short drive of Tom Hughes Park. La Hacienda RV Resort is a perfect place to set up camp when visiting Tom Hughes Park. Full 20, 30. 50 amp electrical, water, and sewer hookups are provided here. Facilities include a dump station, flushing toilets, heated swimming pool, cable TV, and free WiFi. There are many pull-thru sites here, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome.

A little further out is the Idyll Glen RV Park, a few miles north of Tom Hughes Park. Full hookups are also provided here, alongside a dump station, reset rooms, and free WiFi. Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash at all times.

Exploring the Area

As Tom Hughes Park is only a fifty-minute drive from Texas’s capital Austin, day outs and sight-seeing opportunities are right on camper’s doorsteps. One must-see building is the Bullock Texas State History Museum in downtown Austin. This museum is home to a wide range of ever-changing exhibitions, each one showcasing the rich and varied history of the state of Texas. Visitors can call ahead and book a guided tour of the museum; this guarantees you will not miss a single thing the museum has to offer.

Those with interest in all things art and culture should pass up on the opportunity to visit the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin. This art gallery is housed in the University of Texas and is one of the largest university art museums in the entire USA. Take a tour of this thought-provoking gallery and view artworks from many European, American, and African artists. The collections include paintings, sculptures, and much more. Visitors will leave the Blanton Museum of Art with a whole new perspective on art.

Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge in downtown Austin is a unique place not to be missed. The bridge is home to a strange yet fascinating phenomenon, found like this in no other city. What makes this bridge so special is the fact it houses between 750,000 and 1.5 million bats underneath. During certain seasons, visitors to the city can sit and watch these thousands of bats fly out at speed, going into the setting sun to hunt.

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