From Primitive Camping to Glamping, Hill Country Campsites a Respite
Campsites of the Highland Lakes provide for every camping dream. Whether looking for group campsites, group cabin camping, primitive campsites, or even glamping, the Texas Hill Country has what you need. Look lakeside for campsites that include cabins, RV parks, primitive camping, and amenities such as boat ramps and launches, water sport rentals, and more.
Camping in the Highland Lakes means sleeping out under the stars in an area where you can still see the stars. It means night sounds and cool breezes, campfires and toasted hot dogs. Campsites vary in amenities from RV hookups to restrooms and showers to nothing but the beautiful outdoors.
Many of the sites offer group camping. Group cabin camping is available along with group camping sites. Camping is available on all five of the Highland Lakes in Burnet County with all levels of accessibility, privacy, seclusion, and amenities. You decide just how much you want to rough it when you choose a Highland Lakes campsite.
Much of the land available for camping hasn’t changed from the days when Native Americans made their homes along the river that cut its way through the Texas Hill Country. Now shaped into five lakes by a series of dams, the waterfront has expanded, offering more accessible recreation areas. The past is still alive along the lakes’ banks, stream, and creeks. Sharp eyes have found artifacts, minerals, precious stones, and even gold. Whether hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, or just enjoying the outdoors, camping in the Highland Lakes takes you back to a different time when life was simpler.
Thanks to the communities nestled among the hills, no campsite is too far from supplies and modern conveniences. You can stock up on food and gas, replace any missing or damaged camping equipment, take in a movie, or tour a cavern while on your camping trip to the Texas Hill Country.
Campsites are also only about an hour from Austin and San Antonio, if the big city calls to you in the middle of your stay in the wilderness. Numerous state and national parks are also available for camping or visiting from your private campground experience. Bring your boat, RV, or tent to experience the Highland Lakes and Texas Hill Country the way it was meant to be!