They say that everything is bigger in Texas, and the capital city of Austin certainly lives up to they hype. From the live music and restaurants, to the unique culture, there is something for everyone in this eclectic city. Whether you’re looking for a couple’s camping trip or a family fun adventure, you won’t be disappointed. Keep reading for everything you need to know before traveling!
Camping in Austin will give you access to all the amazing restaurants, outdoor activities, and warm weather that the capital city has to offer. Here are some of our top RV campgrounds:
Austin Oak Forest RV Park – Enjoy some peace and quiet at the forested Austin Oak RV Park just 10 minutes from downtown Austin. The grounds include 15 acres of forest, fenced in dog area, and RV sites for fifth wheels, Class A motorhomes and Class C motorhomes. Sites include 30 amp and 50 amp service, free Cable TV and Wi-Fi. You can play golf at the nearby Bluebonnet HIll Golf Course or Morris Williams Golf Course, or go bass fishing at Lake Walter Long.
Austin is full of awesome attractions, music and culture. The list of activities is endless, but we’ve narrowed down a few top attractions that are worth checking out!
You better come to Austin hungry. Their famous food truck scene, bbq, and fine dining are sure to satisfy your needs for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert!
Breakfast: Juan in a Million – You haven’t truly experienced Austin until you’ve had the breakfast tacos from Juan in a Million. Since each taco is less than $3, you’re probably going to want to try them all. They also have traditional breakfast items with a Tex-Mex twist.
Lunch: East Side King food truck – “Japanese street food with a touch of Austin soul.” This food truck has become so popular in Austin, they had to expand to a brick and mortar location, another food truck, and catering department. The menu is inspired by Asian and Austin culture, and they only use quality ingredients like their Tender Belly Pork, made from 100% vegetarian-fed pigs raised without antibiotics, hormones or crates.
Dinner: The County Line – This place has been serving up legendary Texas-style BBQ for over 40 years. From the ribs, brisket, and chicken to the coleslaw, potato salad and beans, everything is delicious and homemade.
Whether you’re driving from across the country, or just across the state, make sure your RV is in good condition before you hit the road to Austin. If it’s time for a new RV, visit our website to find an RV that will be perfect for all your upcoming roadtrips. RVUSA is dedicated to connecting you to the top RV destinations and dealers around the country! Check back every Monday for the Find of the Week, Wednesday for Dealer Spotlight, Throwback Thursday and Friday for Tips and Tricks.
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