This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Austin, TX
Max Rig Size
< 30 (ft)
Same Day Requests
We are located west of the Hwy290W/Hwy71 split west of Austin. 30 minutes to downtown w/o traffic; 55 at peak times. 10-15 minutes to Driftwood and Dripping Springs anytime. Update on Hwy 290W: The only way to reach our home is Hwy 290W and it is experiencing extreme road construction. Traffic is extremely heavy (in part due to the roadwork) between 3:30PM and 6:30 PM. It is best to plan your arrival for about 3PM but if later, well before sundown. Suggested Local Attractions:close to: Salt Lick BBQ Titos Distillery Pedernales Falls State Park
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
No smoking Quiet time after 10 (including generators) No pets off leash Access to electricity requires about 120 ft extension. Currently electricity will accommodate minimal use such as lights, TV, and a small appliance. One guest had no problem with a space heater. AC use not possible except by generator and there is no generator use after 10pm. After end of March please check for hot weather. Generally we have cool evenings into May.
Access Road Conditions: We have a large space at the end of out driveway, off street with a picnic table. Excellent backing skills required though. Heavily wooded and some tight corners. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Plenty of off-street parking for tow vehicle.
Hosted By rpandpeggy
Love the Outdoors and Music Details: We enjoy watching birds, listening to live music (RP plays the handpan, piano and didgeridoo), travel and good food. We swim and hike regularly and RP has recently taken to rock climbing. Last year we traveled to Baja to see whales and swim with whale sharks., traveled to Quebec to pick up our travel trailer (Alto by Safari Condo), flew to Oaxaca (Mexico) for the Day of the Dead celebration and finished up the year with Thanksgiving at Big Bend National Park. Home Town: Austin, Texas Favorite Boondocking Locations: Don't have any to share yet! Skills or Expertise to Share: RP is the original MacGyver; he currently (retires in May) works for a civil engineering firm specializing in road and pavement characteristics. He makes prototypes of machines to measure characteristics. He also makes didgeridoos (https://www.austindidgeridoo.com/who-we-are/ ) and performs with the local band Antares, playing the handpan and didgeridoo. Somehow he fits in making soap, rock climbing and playing the piano. Peggy has spent the last 45 years in travel. And, until recently, the last 40 in running a company that offers birdwatching tours worldwide, www.fieldguides.com. She spends most her time planning their adventures.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
3 weeks ago
Really friendly hosts! they showed us where to park and gave a great tip for visiting the pool in Austin. we really loved going there and would not have known about this special place without their tip. thank you!
8 months ago
Thanks Casa Hoatzin for another great stay at your wonderful location.We came back to the Austin area to enjoy the music.
1 year ago
This is the perfect place to stay when visiting Austin!! RP and Peggy were both very friendly. RP greeted us when we arrived showed us where to park and get settled in. We stayed two nights and had a very nice chat with both RP and Peggy one evening where they gave us great advice about Big Bend National park, which we were visiting next. This location is very quiet and peaceful. Would definitely stay again!
1 year ago
Perfect spot to stay in Austin area! Quiet and close to any place I needed to go. Plenty of room for my 27’ and tow car, picnic table, water and electric but didn’t need it. I met one of my hosts but visited family, so I wasn’t around enough to meet the other. Very nice and helpful. I even saw 5 deer the morning before I left! Would LOVE to stay again!
1 year ago
The host was very nice and accommodating. I would recommend this place to anyone!