Sunsets at Travis RV Park

5000 Doss Rd, Austin, Texas, 78734, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from Austin

Awesome Austin

A travel blog entry by tigerjo

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... book shops, costume supplies, clothing and food trucks. Whilst there we managed to pick up another intrepid traveller, this one all the way from Australia, Iain, and we swept him along on our adventure. We coaxed him along with promises of indoor s'mores and fabulous smoothies and I'm proud to say we delivered on both counts! I'd always heard of s'mores from movies or TV shows but been somewhat baffled by their exact ingredients but a coffee shop in Austin has cottoned ...

Keep Austin Weird

A travel blog entry by slough

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... to the original Trudy's near campus. Of course I had the stuffed avocado and several sangria swirl margaritas. Later that evening we celebrated my birthday with pizza and killer cupcakes. It doesn't get any better than that.Their new home is beautiful and we had a great ...

Sick Days: A overly long account of illness

A travel blog entry by dstras

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When I was in ninth and tenth grade, I would get sick all the time. It seemed like I was always in and out of the doctor's office with bronchitis and sinus infections. I asked if something was wrong with my respiratory system since I so often had issues. The doctor said nothing was wrong with my body, just my lifestyle. Thanks to a hectic St. Stephen's life, lack of sleep and stress left my body an open target for infections. It just turns out that my respiratory ...

LBJ Library, Austin, Capitol, Museum, Cynthia

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill

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... were dangerous. Runners, bikers, walkers, parents and kids walking etc all on the same trails and not watching out for everyone else, still it was very nice riding along the river and watching the ducks and all those on the river boating.

When we pulled into our campground the friends that had camped with us for over a week drove in just to talk to us since they were house sitting for about three weeks in Austin for ...

Ho! Ho! Who?

A travel blog entry by elk_oil

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4

... gingerbread village in the lobby with the model train that runs through it. And there are only so many kids that can cycle through a hotel. In a mall, well, it seems like every kid in the world shows up at once.

And at the Teas, there aren't any babies. All the kids are old enough to handle themselves. The babies arrive for the open houses, so there's some crying that goes on, but a few camera flashes later and they move on with their parents. No big ...

Location

This campground, located in the La Hacienda Estates area of Austin, is near Hippie Hollow, Volente Water Park Beach, Spa at the Lake, and Highland Lakes Golf Club.
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