Standard (tent/RV)
Cabins
Tent Cabin
Dispersed
Group
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Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Blanco State Park
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Blanco State Park is located in Texas
Latitude
30.09 N
Longitude
-98.427 W
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14 Reviews of Blanco State Park
Blanco State Park + River Access + Town + Lots of RVs

Blanco State Park is kind of an interesting park. It is located within the city of Blanco, Texas. It is a small park with the main attraction being that it is located on the Blanco River, thus there is river access. 

If you need any supplies there are two grocery store in the town of Blanco. There is also a cute little town square with a couple of nice restaurants. We ate at the Redbud Cafe and it was great.

We arrived at the park after the sun had set. We entered the park, crossed over a bridge  and found our campsite on a loop road. I would say that most of the other campsites were filled with RVs. I suppose that if you have an RV and like having the conveniences of a town nearby this might be the campground for you. 

Our group was camping in tents and hammocks so we found the campground a bit unusual. There were tent pads to set up tents and plenty of trees to hang some hammocks. In addition, there was a parking spot, water, electricity, open space, picnic table, sun awning and grill. There were restrooms nearby our campsite. I would say that the restrooms could stand an update.

The main attraction of this park is that it is located on the banks of the Blanco River. We were able to hike, swim and explore the river downstream from the main park. 

I'd say if you were looking for peace and quiet in a natural setting, this may not be the best option. If you're looking for an RV campground with access to a river and a town, then this might be perfect for you.

Nice but small

Beautiful little park with all the fixings of a larger campground. Large nice camping spaces, but leaves much to be desired in the hiking category. We heard about this park from friends and decided to make a weekend trip and check it out. If you’re looking for a place to just kick back and relax, this place isn’t to shabby. The only real issue was the highway noise from the road that runs right next to the park. Great little swimming areas though.

The river is the place to be

This is smaller state park but it has everything you need. Larger sites, lots of shade and a cool river to swim in. There aren’t much in the way of hiking trails but to soothe your ills just walk down to the Blanco river and hang out in a tube or just swim. The sites all have a covered table which is really nice during the summer. There is a rock walled area that is the “kiddie pool” area that is really nice to relax in. I would also recommend heading into town and checking out the town square. There are lots of fun little shops.

Love this place!

Nice cool river that you can swim or fish in. Boat rentals are available. It is a small campground that has full hookups. It has sheltered and a pavillion you can rent. I know I'll be back.

Family friendly

Great place for families with young kids, quite atmosphere with lots to explore and plenty of water play. Fishing is not good though, my boys still had fun trying. Bring your water floating things. The camp Host was really helpful and kind.

tiny pretty park

pretty park small RV spaces and spots, nice water falls, and group area

Small but very nice

Great place to take little ones to go fishing.

Great for famlies

This park is tucked in the middle of a beautiful hill contry town of Blanco. Great for camping or just a day trip. You can swim, fish, or just relax under the shade trees. Being in town, there are plenty of good and services near by. While your there, visit the Redbud Cafe. Their Blanco Burger is one of the best burgers you will eat.

Shaded campsites by a great swimming hole

Great swimming. Shaded campsites. Walking distance into Blanco. On future visits I would choose campsites on the #20 side of the campground for less traffic noise.

February at Blanco

We visited the Blanco State Park in February of 2017. This is a small park, but the river is gorgeous. There were two hiking trails, they were both easy enough for us to bring our 2 year old. One of the trails we were even able to bring her stroller. There is a small park with some swings and a slide over looking the river. There are several places to fish, but we didn't catch anything. It was too cold to swim, but this park would be perfect for summer swimming.