Here are the top 5 Texas State Parks for camping in San Antonio area
At Blanco State Park, take a dip or rent a tube to beat the heat.
Blanco State Park averages about 30,000 overnight camping reservations yearly, some of whom are San Antonians making the hour drive up north.
For $20 to $25, you can camp at the park, depending on what site you use. The park features full hookup campsites with 30 to 50 amp to regular campsites with electricity. Or you can reserve a screened shelter overlooking the river for $30. It comes with water, electricity, a ceiling fan, picnic tables, a grill, and restrooms nearby.
The small park hugs a one-mile stretch of the river. On the water, you can swim, fish, paddle, or boat. On land, you can hike two moderate trails.