What is private camping like in Blanco State Park?

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Tips for Snagging a Campsite Reservation

  1. You can secure a reservation over at the Texas State Parks reservation website up to five months in advance. Look online for any last-minute cancellations.
  2. During high season, getting a weekend reservation might be challenging (spring, summer, and early fall). Reserve early or go on a weekday if possible.

When to Go

Peak season is from March through October, when the park is open for swimming. Make your reservation as soon as possible, and aim to come on a weekday to avoid overcrowding. November and even winter months, particularly for RVers, may be excellent times to explore in quiet.

Know Before You Go

  • Fishing licenses are not required for fishing from shore. A limited number fishing rods, reels, and other things may be borrowed from park headquarters.
  • If you wish to wade or swim, bring water shoes since the pebbles and cement in the swimming areas may be slippery and sharp.
  • The park shop rents float tubes and single or tandem kayaks.
  • Pets are permitted at the campsite but must be leashed.

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