The Mckinney Falls Youth Group Campground is used for non-profit youth grounds, and is popular among campers familiar with the Texas landscape, and outsiders of the state. Campers can come to appreciate nature upon staying at this site, surrounded by acres upon acres of untamed greenery and small wildlife. Near the campground, travelers can expect a long list of excellent attractions. For the history buff, there's the Texas State Capitol, Mexic-Arte Museum, Blanton Museum of Art and the Texas Memorial Museum. Nature enthusiasts will fall in love with this city for its abundance of green spaces such as Zilker Park, Lady Bird Lake and swimming in the beautiful Barton Springs Pool. McKinney Falls State Park, the Zilker Botanical Gardens, Lake Travis and Mt. Bonnell are popular spots for locals and visitors alike to go hiking, boating, paddle boarding, canoeing and swimming. Known as "The Music Capital of the World," Austin is a lively city where campers can look forward to live music playing somewhere in the city each night of the week, a rich culinary and performing arts landscape as well as a thriving night life. There's something for everyone.
Amenities include: showers, bathrooms and water, and encourage tent camping. Visitors can also expect lantern posts, fire pits, outdoor grills, picnic tables and tent pads. Go hiking, and discover hidden trails, go fishing and take pictures of the nearby falls and sunsets. Your youth group will not be disappointed visiting this amazing campsite!
Fire Ring / Grill