Glamping in Texas is an opportunity to enjoy some creature comforts while spending quality time beneath that big Texas sky. The following campgrounds range from traditional RV parks with all the amenities you need to hook up your home on wheels, to quirkier glamping options, like tiny homes and vintage trailers.

And it’s easy to book these glamping campgrounds for your next trip! You can reserve these and other select campgrounds directly in The Dyrt’s web or app platform, including the first six of these Texas glamping destinations. 

Sure, you could head into the backcountry of Big Bend and rough it with nothing but your hammock and some trail mix. But these glamping campgrounds in Texas will tempt you with their amenities like pools, shuffleboard, and lakeside outdoor kitchens. There’s nothing wrong with getting comfy while camping. And these destinations for camping in Texas make it so easy to sit back and stay awhile.

9 Comfortable Campgrounds for Glamping in Texas

Pack the cowboy boots and wine glasses. We’re going glamping in Texas:

1. Boulderdash Cabin & RV Park — Bandera, TX

a dog near a parked RV in texas while the sun is setting in the background

A cozy spot in the Texas hill country, Boulderdash Cabin and RV Park sits right on the Medina River. There are only 3 RV sites and one 3-bedroom cabin. Soon, they’ll be adding riverside tent sites as well. If you’re looking for peace and quiet while glamping in Texas, Boulderdash might just fit the bill. Fewer sites means more space for you to feel at home while fishing, kayaking, or just lounding on the front porch of your own private cabin. Rates range from $14 to $40/night. Boulderdash is located just 60 miles northwest from San Antonio.

“The charm of the campground is definitely in the details from painted rocks around the patio area, the campground mascots hanging out at key places for interaction, the unique bathhouse created from a small horse trailer and equipped with rustic finishings and the deer corn and bird seed left for each camper so they can interact more with their surroundings. This is a place which uniquely unveils itself the more you explore.” — The Dyrt camper Crystal C.

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2. Paradise on Lake Texoma — Pottsboro, TX

a wooden cabin built on the shore of a large lake in texas

“Paradise” means something a little different to everyone—which is why Paradise on Lake Texoma offers a range of amenities, from stylish tiny homes to primitive sites on the water. Any style camper can find something to relax into at this Texas campground, located about 90 miles north of Dallas. Campers can enjoy a peaceful hammock garden, kayak and paddle board rentals, a community bar, and their own little slice of Lake Texoma coastline. Campsites for tents or RV with full hookups are $40/night and primitive sites cost $20 per tent. If you’re feeling fancier, there are 6 tiny homes averaging $80/night, and each sleeps up to 4 guests.

“This place is beautiful and the staff is wonderful! Bathrooms are very clean.” — The Dyrt camper Jacob C.

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3. Lighthouse Resort and Marina — Pottsboro, TX

a marina holding boats and kayaks at night on the shore of a lake in texas

Another enticing option on the shore of Lake Texoma, Lighthouse Resort and Marina is all about the waterfront views and activities. Cabins, RV sites, boat rentals, and slips make it easy to get comfortable with your temporary home for a relaxing getaway. You don’t even need to worry about steering your own boat. If you’d rather sit back and water the sun dip into the horizon, sign up for a sunset cruise. Average nightly price for cabins is $105, but varies depending on size and season. You can add boat slip access to your rental for an additional $25/night.

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4. 4 C’s Rodeo Ranch — Stephenville, Texas

a wooden cabin with a tow trailer parked next to it in texas

Stephenville, Texas is the “cowboy capital of the world,” and 4c’s Rodeo Ranch matches that reputation with cabins that accommodate horse trailer and an outdoor arena for equestrian events. Of course, you don’t actually need to be a rodeo cowboy to enjoy this community-minded destination. All kinds of campers will find comfortable amenities to enjoy. RV sites are available for $30/day, $150/week, or $350/month. If you’re interested in staying awhile, Cabin apartments at 4 C’s are fully stocked with new appliances, and wifi—but they only lease for 6 months or a year.

This Texas community is continuing to expand and build more campground facilities for even more camping fun in the heart of horse country.

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5. Bluebonnet RV Resort — Mission, TX

a stationed RV surrounded by flowers and trees on a grass campground next to a golf cart

Nothing says glamping in Texas like an indoor pool for those stifling summer afternoons. Blue Bonnet RV Resort features 330 RV sites, along with two laundromats and a shuffleboard court. If you’re bringing your pooch, the dog park with an agility course will tucker them out so that you can both relax. You can make this adult-only, gated community your homebase while exploring the Rio Grande Valley, or even cross the border for a Mexico day trip. Sites with full hookups cost $38/night, and Blue Bonnet offers special discounts for longer stays.

“Friendly atmosphere, in park Entertainment, and activities, very motivated Manager, our 2nd year there, and we’ve met some wonderful people and lifetime friends, we will be there again next winter season.” — The Dyrt camper Diane Morse K. 

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6. El Cosmico — Marfa, TX

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Located in the artsy town of Marfa, Texas, El Cosmico bills itself as a “nomadic hotel and campground.” If you’re going to visit Marfa, where extraterrestrial lights are regularly reported around town and a fake Prada store stands on the side of a desolate road, you’ll probably want to camp in a unique place like this one. El Cosmico provides a variety of accommodations for glamping in Texas, from vintage trailers to safari tents. You can also choose to bring your tent and camp on the high desert land for just $20/night. (Glamping options range in prices. Check their website for rates.)

“Super hip launchpad to check out the rest of the Marfa art scene.” — The Dyrt camper Kelly M.

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7. Medina High Point Resort — Medina, TX

two wooden cabins nestled in between grassy hills in texas

Nestled in Texas Hill Country forest, Media High Point Resort sits on Edward Plateau with views of the surrounding wilderness. Visit to enjoy the area’s outdoor activities, like kayaking the Medina River and exploring Enchanted Rock State Park, or local wineries and restaurants and shopping in the bustling town of Fredericksburg. Media High Point offers bunkhouses, cabins, RV sites, and tent sites, and all campers have access to an infinity pool.

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8. Travelers World RV Resort — San Antonio, TX

a pool surrounded by chairs and palm trees

Traveler’s World RV Resort is a glamping Texas campground just miles outside of San Antonio. You can fill your days with surrounding attractions like the historic Alamo and Mission City’s River Walk, or stick around the property for their heated swimming pool, game room, playground, and a calendar packed with activities. Campers can choose from RV sites and cabin rentals.

“It is almost exactly what you’d expect and want. A pricey place to stay, but very close to downtown San Antonio with all the amenities and services you would expect to find and a high end RV resort. Laundry, a dog park, free WiFi, large paved roads and well spaced sites.” — The Dyrt camper Jessica C.

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9. Bluebonnet RV Resort — Mission, TX

Bluebonnet is a great family glamping destination. Not only is Bluebonnet RV Resort a short distance from South Padre Island, but also features wonderful amenities. Campers will be able to enjoy an indoor pool, game lounge, butterfly garden,  shuffleboard courts, and more. If you’re bringing your pet along with you, they’ll be just as entertained by Bluebonnet’s pet bath house and dog park.

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