Campgrounds in Wimberly, Texas

Campgrounds in Wimberly, Texas
Wimberley, Texas, is a popular Hill Country getaway. Nestled in a bend of the Blanco River, Wimberley is home to natural beauty and an enclave of artists and small-town shopkeepers and is in close proximity to Canyon Lake and Hill Country farms and wineries.

Campgrounds located in/adjacent to Wimberley, TX

The campgrounds located nearest to Wimberley are RV sites only. While it offers no camping, Blue Hole is the most acclaimed natural swimming area and well worth a visit (check back on this -- there are plans to turn Blue Hole into a camping facility).

RV Campgrounds nearby include:
Shady Oaks RV Park‎
Fifty site hookups, approximately 1 mile from Wimberley. No real walking access to recreation from the site itself.
5651 Farm-to-Market 2325
Wimberley, TX
(512) 847-1960‎.

Green Acres RV Park‎
In the heart of Wimberley. Walking distance to Pioneer town and the Blanco River.
340 Wayside Drive
Wimberley, TX‎
(512) 847-3772‎

Sleepy Hollow RV Park‎
Peaceful and 1 mile from Wimberley.
300 Farm-to-Market 3237
Wimberley, TX‎

Camping at nearby Canyon Lake (5 miles from Wimberley)

If your goal is to enjoy Wimberley by day but have a camping experience with greater access to outdoor activities, try camping at nearby Canyon Lake. There you can find the Guadalupe River Trail

Recommended Campgrounds at Canyon Lake:
Lake Pointe Resort
2140 Lakeland Drive
Canyon Lake, TX 78133
(830) 935-4351

Canyon Park Campground
Canyon Lake, TX 78133
(830) 964-3342‎

Camping at Nearby State Parks

There are three Texas State Parks within driving distance of Wimberley. All offer both tent and RV Camping and an array of outdoor recreation activities.

Blanco State Park. Located in Blanco, Texas, about 15 miles from Wimberley.

Guadalupe River State Park. Located about 20 miles from Wimberley.

Pedernales Falls State Park, Located about 25 miles from Wimberley.

Article Written By Thais Perkins

Thais Perkins is a science communications specialist experienced in translating research for policymakers and the public. She has more than eight years experience in environmental research, technical writing and design. She also teaches biology and environmental science at the university level.

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