Texas

7 Epic Places to Go Glamping Near San Antonio, Texas

Glamping Spots Near San Antonio
Photo: VRBO

Territory Supply is reader-supported and may earn a commission when you book or purchase using our links. Learn more about our editorial policies here.


Glamping is about more than just being comfortable in the great outdoors. It’s easier, and a real time-saver: not having to set up a tent and cook dinner on a campfire gives you extra time to enjoy the destination.

On top of that, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to enjoy more of the outdoors without giving up basic amenities. And in San Antonio, glamping is quite popular, so you’ll find plenty of spots where you can leave the big city behind and enjoy more unique digs in nature where you’re still guaranteed a good night’s sleep.

From retro trailers to safari tents, these are some of the top-notch places to glamp near San Antonio to consider for your next Texas getaway.

Related read: The 6 Best Places to See Fall Foliage in Texas

1. Luxury Glamping Safari Tent

Luxury Glamping Safari Tent San Antonio
Photo: VRBO

Why you should stay: Be riverside in an attractive, decked-out tent on a 100-acre resort.

  • Location: Kingsbury
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $350/night

Part of Wahwahtaysee Resort, this luxury glamping safari tent offers easy access to the San Marcos River via the property’s three beaches.

The place may be called a “tent,” but the tastefully designed, white-and-blue interior looks much more like a chic hotel room. How hot or cold it is outside can heavily affect the experience with regular camping, but here, you don’t have to worry as the rental has A/C and heating.

By the kitchenette area, there’s a counter to enjoy your meals while admiring nature, though you can get even better views from your large private deck. The lux bathroom includes a spa tub along with the shower, but you’ll definitely want to try the outdoor shower, too.

If you’re in need of somewhere to glamp in San Antonio with a big group, this is a great choice as you can book all the tents on property to sleep up to 12 guests.

Check Availability

2. Ruby

ruby San Antonio
Photo: VRBO

Why you should stay: Cozy trailer with bicycles next to a nature preserve.

  • Location: Cibolo
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $77/night

Not far from Randolph Air Force Base is Ruby, a cute ruby-red trailer to be your home base for exploring the area. You’ll be able to reach Crescent Bend Nature Park by walking less than a mile, and fishing fans can get to Cibolo Creek in less time than that. Anyone who feels like venturing further out can borrow one of the bicycles that come with the glamping rental.

When you’re back from exploring the area, fire up the grill, bump some tunes on the outdoor bluetooth speaker, and have yourself a little outdoor soiree. A pavilion roof covers the trailer, so you can still sit on your lounge chairs or at the picnic table if the hot Texas sun is blazing,

If you need more space to accommodate your traveling crew, Olliewoods Oasis also has a teepee and smaller trailer available to rent.

Check Availability

3. Super Cute Retro Airstream

Photo: VRBO

Why you should stay: Retro trailer with a private hot tub near Jacob’s Well.

  • Location: Wimberley
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $145/night

This cheerfully decorated retro Airstream features bright yellow walls and cowgirl-patterned curtains. Inside, you’ll find comforts like a French press, small smart TV, and memory-foam mattress.

One of the highlights glamping in San Antonio at this rental is the private hot tub, even more romantic at night under the twinkle lights. And conveniently, there’s an outdoor shower next to tub to rinse off before bed.

When you’re not taking a dip, you can barbecue on the charcoal grill and enjoy your meal on your deck. As the evening goes on, move over the lounge chairs by the firepit for some s’mores and stargazing. Day or night, the hammock is a comfortable place to relax.

From the trailer, feel free to explore the trails on the property, which lead through the tree grove to a wooded creek.

Check Availability

4. The Silo House

The Silo House San Antonio
Photo: Airbnb

Why you should stay: One-of-a-kind stay in a former grain silo on the river.

  • Location: Rio Medina
  • Sleeps: 9
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $175/night

It’s not every day that you can say you slept in a silo. Once a grain bin, The Silo House now features plenty of living space for a sizable group. There are two bedrooms plus a communal area with a living space and kitchen, spread across multiple levels so no one feels too cramped.

Aside from everything going on inside, the Silo House also offers great outdoor space across it’s 12-acre property. If the weather is right, feel free to take out one of the kayaks or tubes, head out for a swim, or jump into the river from the rope swing. It’s just a short walk to the water.

While this property can sleep nine people itself, you can also rent the three RVs on-site to bring along even more friends and family.

Check Availability

5. Bella Green B&B

Photo: Airbnb

Why you should stay: Amazing outdoor area with five-star views in Hill Country..

  • Location: Pipe Creek
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $158/night

Bella Green B&B is a yurt-style tent on a hill in, well, Hill Country. While you’re here, you’ll probably want to spend a lot of time enjoying your private outdoor space, which features a hot tub and fire pit. You can also watch incredible sunsets over the area’s rolling green hills.

Anyone who wants to feel particularly pampered can ask about adding on the extra breakfast service, served either on the deck of the host’s home or delivered to your door. You’ll have an air conditioner and heater, and if things get really cold, just use the electric blanket to keep you nice and warm.

There isn’t much hiking available on the property itself due to the steep hills and uneven grounds, but you can always drive 20 minutes to Bandera County Medina Lake Park if you’re looking for more to see and do.

Check Availability

6. Junip

Junip San Antonio
Photo: Airbnb

Why you should stay: Super-affordable glamping near San Antonio for bookworms and farmers-in-training.

  • Location: Pipe Creek
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $50/night

Downsizing doesn’t have to mean cutting down on comfort. In just 180 square feet, the Junip tiny home manages to fit a sleeping area, a bathroom (with an actual claw-foot tub, mind you), and a kitchenette. And there’s even an adorable little reading loft in case there’s a drizzle during your stay. It feels much roomier than you’d expect.

Going a step above the bare essentials, this glamping rental near San Antonio has a small TV, an A/C unit, a hot plate, and even a microwave so you can make some quick meals. If you play your cards right, you may even get to use one of the host’s homemade bath bombs.

During your stay, you’ll likely see chickens wandering the property, making it feel even more like a secluded, country escape. Looking for something to do? Government Canyon State Natural Area is just 30 minutes away, and Lost Maples State Natural Area and Garner State Park are both about an hour’s drive away.

Check Availability

7. Hilltop Country Spot

Photo: Airbnb

Why you should stay: Peace and quiet at this modern trailer located on an eight-acre homestead.

  • Location: Boerne
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates from: $100/night

You’re just a few miles from Boerne’s downtown, but Hilltop Country Spot feels like a real refuge in the Hill Country. This renovated camper may seem average from the outside, but inside, the white walls and dark furniture give it a modern country feel. Avid cooks will also appreciate that the trailer has a full kitchen (though you’ll likely want to enjoy the meal in the great outdoors.)

When it’s good weather, head to the shared outdoor space where you can chill by the fire pit (the hosts have firewood available) or cool down in the stock tank pool. You’re also free to wander about the property’s eight acres, but there’s plenty to do off the property as well.

For a smaller city, Boerne has a good variety of nature recreation options, including Boerne City Lake Park, River Road Park, and Cibolo Nature Center. There are also two of the best caves in the state close by: Cascade Caverns and Cave Without a Name (yes, that’s its official name). Hill Country is also wine country, making this one of the best places to glamp if wine-tasting is your thing.

Check Availability

Find Your Next Texas Adventure

Sign up for the Weekend Wanderer to join thousands of readers getting epic travel and gear ideas every week.


Seen in: Southwest, Texas, Where to Stay, Where to Stay in Texas

Find your next adventure

Sign up for Weekend Wanderer and join thousands of readers getting epic travel ideas weekly.

Related Posts