Private camping rentals at Johnson City, Texas

Land for
Tents not accepted Caravans not accepted Minivans not accepted Motorhomes accepted
15 m²

Your host, Michael

Member since February 2024. Be the first to stay here and share the HomeCamper spirit.


  • Animals welcome
  • Drinking water
  • Closed land
  • Independent access
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A rural hideaway in the center of the beautiful Texas wine country. There are over 100 wineries in the surrounding area. This is the second most visited wine area in the U.S., surpassed only by California's Napa Valley. You can walk to 8 wineries from our land.

If wine isn't your thing, there are numerous breweries, distilleries, live music venues, and historic Texas dance halls in the vicinity.

The setting

A quiet, rural Texas farm, with rolling hills and fresh country air. Some of our 24 acres has been prepared for farming, the camping area has been cleared of brush, and remaining land is still natural. You're welcome to hike around the entire property.

We are not close to any major cities, but our closest towns are dark-sky communities, so you may see more stars than you've ever seen before.

The spots

The camping area is generally flat with scattered groves of oak trees. We're flexible about whether you camp under the trees or in the open. Access is easy via paved road.
No limit on size of RV.

The sanitary facilities

We allow only dry RV camping---you need to be self-contained. We can provide drinking water if needed.

You'll have your own unique code to our electric gate, so you can come and go whenever you like, 24 hours/day.

The amenities

Our land is surrounded by an 8-foot game fence, so you and your pets are safe from large animals, but you may still encounter small animals (armadillos, rabbits, skunks, etc.) Deer are common in the surrounding area.

You can borrow our telescope for a closer view of the starry night sky. We can provide firewood for camp fires. Trash cans on site.

The activities

We are 8 miles west of Johnson City, boyhood home of former president Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) and a town with shopping and numerous restaurants. The LBJ national historic park is a few miles away.
We are 20 miles east of Fredericksburg, one of the most popular tourist spots in Texas, known for its German heritage, shopping, many fine restaurants, and entertainment.
If you want to visit the big cities, we are about 60 miles from both Austin and San Antonio.

Other things

We are near the center of the totality path for the April 8, 2024 eclipse.


Can dump RV gray water tank, but not black water.
If using a diesel generator, must have a drip pan beneath it to prevent oil spills.
To avoid grass fires, no campfires directly on the ground---please use a steel fire bowl.
Respect other campers and don't make noise while others are trying to sleep.


  • Bar / Restaurant
  • Cultural visits
  • Events
  • Well-being
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