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Mason, Texas Campgrounds and RV Parks

Mason is an active town with rugged landscape, located on the western side of the Hill Country. Offering a wide range of activities from canoeing the Llano River to wine tasting at Sandstone Cellars Winery, just outside of the historic square, Mason has something for everyone. Here, you will find RV parks and campgrounds to be equally accommodating.

For the outdoor enthusiast, recreational offerings include pick-your-own apples at Sonlight Apple Orchard, a unique and rousing game of knockerball at Hill Country Knockerball, and a scenic kayak trip down the Llamo River with Llamo River Region Adventures. Feeling extreme? Be sure to check out Katemcy Rocks for over 800 acres of granite rock off-roading.

Mason is filled with a vibrant art and historic landscape. With galleries featuring local, regional and national artists, The Mason Gallery and Mason Artisan Gallery are sure to inspire. Even The Painted Tree Studio offers ongoing creative opportunities for all ages. Thanks to the Mason County Historical Society, a visit to The Mason County Museum help keep visitors connected the past.

Known is the "Gem of the Hill Country", Mason is the only place in Texas where you can find Texas topaz in nature. Beyond the sparkle of natural stone, a visit to Fort Mason features the best view in town. Sitting atop a large hill, this local landmark provides a glimpse into what frontier life was like, as well as Robert E. Lee's last known post with the U.S. Army before joining the Confederate Army.

Updated November 14, 2016.