This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Blanco, TX
Max Rig Size
< 25 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
We are on 9 wild acres in Blanco County. We have a shady but non-level pull-thru RV site with water & 30A electric hookup, sometimes park my trailer there when l'm planning on leaving again soon, but generally park mine under rain barn. It's also possible to park on the straight/level section of drive leading to pull-thru site and still hook up to water and electricity, but no shade there. And you have to make the turn thru full hook up site to get out, or else back out. Not really suitable for big rigs, unless you want to dry camp up close to road. That's also a possibility if you want to use slide-outs or awning. Suggested Local Attractions:We are right in the middle of the beautiful Texas Hill Country: less than an hour from Austin, San Marcos, New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, San Antonio, Boerne, Fredericksburg, Marble Falls, and many other destinations.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 30A
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Offleash Area for Pets
No generators after 10pm or before 7am. No fires of any type without in-person discussion and express permission — wildfires are a serious concern here. No off-leash pets, except inside our 2 acre fenced yard. No children without close parental supervision.
Access Road Conditions: Paved road to caliche drive. I can maneuver my 26' vintage (so <8' wide) Airstream around the turns without much trouble, but you need to coordinate arrival with me so I can help you get parked. One section of our drive has low-hanging trees. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Lots of places to park on property
Hosted By FallCreek
HAPPY URBAN ESCAPEES! Details: We moved to the Hill Country from Dallas 27 years ago and have never regretted it for a moment! I am a retired midwife, my husband of 46 years is a retired architect & builder. We bought our place for the property, which is a rugged microcosm of the Hill Country, with cliffs, lots of trees, and a part-time creek, depending on the aquifer level. The house -- apparently hand-built (by drug-crazed hippies?) in the early '70s -- has grown on us. We love traveling to beautiful areas, exploring, easy hiking, eating well, good wine and craft beer. Home Town: Blanco County, Texas Favorite Boondocking Locations: Western U.S., but looking forward to heading North and East, including into Canada, in next few years. Baja California also has some appeal.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
4 days ago
I enjoyed the peaceful setting and the amenities. It was refreshing to slow it down and relax. Lynne & Jay were very accommodating and attentive. I grew up camping, but RV life is different and as we shared stories, I even got some helpful pointers that I can take with me on my next adventure. Making new friends along the way is a big part of RV life. Thank you Lynne & Jay for a wonderful time.
9 months ago
This was truly a wild place. We were able to hike down behind the house and along a gorge that must rage when the storms come. They had chairs here and there to watch the creek. They are very central, within an hour of many sites in the hill country. We enjoyed an evening with Lyn and Jay, sharing travel and life experiences. If we are ever back that way, we'll definitely check in with them.
11 months ago
Got a warm welcome and had a wonderful stay. Beautiful area.
11 months ago
Just loved staying here for a couple of notes. Super nice and helpful host.
1 year ago
We really enjoyed our two night stay. Jay and Lynne were great hosts. We were not able to take in all that we wanted to see in two days so we see a return visit in the future.