All RV Spaces in Burnet County
Texas Hill Country RV Parks offer Nature’s Best Getaways
Stay in your own home in the Highland Lakes — even if you don’t live here — by parking your RV at any number of excellent, fully equipped RV parks, RV campgrounds, and RV resorts in the Texas Hill Country. The RV parks of the Highland Lakes are only about an hour from Austin or San Antonio. They offer some of the best amenities of any RV parks in Texas, nestled among the scenic landscapes and along the bucolic lakes of Burnet County.
On Lake Buchanan, the best RV parks are at Painted Sky Inn, Canyon of the Eagles, and Big Chief RV and Cabin Resort.
Amenities at the Big Chief RV park on the east side of Lake Buchanan include a boat launch, large pavilion, clubhouse, pool, and paddle, kayak, and canoe rentals.
Among other guest facilities, Canyon of the Eagles Nature Park has 25 full RV hookups with picnic tables, fire ring, and restrooms with showers. Enjoy life on a natural sanctuary with 14 miles of designated hiking trails, an observatory, recreation room, and more.
Painted Sky Inn on East Lake Buchanan is also among the best RV parks in the Texas Hill Country. Coupled with a 1950s-era boutique inn, this lakeside RV resort is perfect for group retreats and gatherings.
Inks Lake State Park on Park Road 4 between Burnet and Marble Falls puts your RV campground near San Antonio and Austin. Both are about one hour away from some of the most pristine Texas Hill Country available. Park amenities include hiking, biking, boating, and fishing. Longhorn Cavern State Park is adjacent and a great place to spend a day.
Those who prefer Lake LBJ can pull into Sunset Point on Lake LBJ or Heart of Texas Lake Resort, two of the top Hill Country RV parks. Sunset Point sits on the shore of Lake LBJ with a boat dock and is in close proximity to restaurants and attractions.
Heart of Texas comes with a pool, lighted fishing dock, boat slips and boat launch, along with a miniature golf course and ample lawn space for games and picnics.
Click on any of the RV resort icons on this page for detailed information about location, amenities, and how to make reservations. It’s all right here on TheHighlandLakes.org, where you’ll find access to the best RV resorts in the Texas Hill Country.