Overview of Hill Country Vacation Rentals
Find a Warm Welcome, Deep in the Heart of Texas
Heading to the Hill Country, visitors really are deep in the heart of Texas. This hilly area is scattered with rivers, giving a humid, subtropical climate of cool winters and hot summers. The climate leads to a beautiful environment with forests, deserts, mountains, ocean shoreline, and a mixture of drylands and wetlands. Fabulous for vacationing! This is where Texans come for fun!
Getting to your chosen Texas Hill Country vacation rentals really is a breeze. Texas has more airports than any other state! The major airport for the Hill Country is conveniently located in San Antonio. It is also well-serviced by major roads with I-10 an I-35 intersecting in San Antonio. The rest of the region is connected through a variety of major highways.
Fantastic Texas Hill Country Cabins Await Visitors
Picture your perfect vacation property. You will find it here. These wonderfully located homes are well-equipped with everything to make your Texas Hill Country cabin feel like home. Whether it is a cozy cabin for two or a spacious home for an extended family or group of friends, visitors will find exactly what they are looking for. Many come with river-front access for boating or an early morning swim before breakfast. Love cooking outside? You will find many properties come with BBQ facilities, hot tubs, DVDs, game rooms and a host of extras to make your vacation as good as it can be. All provided with a typical Texas welcome!
Birds and Bats
If bats are your bag, head to one of the various reserves to watch these incredible creatures. The privately-owned Bamberger Ranch Preserve is home to the world’s first bat cave, except for the one Batman himself built! Make sure you make a reservation to take a tour. At Clarity Tunnel, a long abandoned railroad tunnel is home to up to half a million Mexican free-tailed bats! Austin was among the first cities to recognize the importance of bats to the natural environment and visitors to Texas Hill Country lodging can make their way to the Austin American-Statesman’s Bat Observation Area. Here, visitors can use the educational kiosk and watch vast numbers of bats as they emerge. Another site that will attract visitors is the Devils Sinkhole where the bats leave in the evening and the swallows come in. The ultimate timeshare!
The Hill Country is also a bird-spotter’s dream come true with such a huge variety of beautiful birds to see that it is impossible to list them all. However, you will spot Western Spotted Towhee, Painted Bunting, White Crowned and Lark Sparrows, Black and White Warblers and Summer Tanager.
Texas Hill Country is the Great Outdoors
Visitors flock to this region for many reasons, most of them are found on the doorstep of any Texas Hill Country lodging. Step outside and you are there because most of the attractions are the available outdoor activities. There is no way to be bored in this vacation location. Did you know that in Texas, the fishing in the State Parks is absolutely free? Well, it is! Whether it’s saltwater or freshwater; from a boat, bank, or pier; in a river or creek, it is free!
In short, whatever outdoor activity you are looking for in a vacation, you are likely to find it in Texas Hill Country, within easy reach of any of the fabulous properties available. Whether you enjoy hills, lakes, rivers and streams, fishing, hunting, canoeing, tubing, boating, riding, hiking, walking, biking, driving or almost anything else, it is here waiting for you.