RV STORAGE Canyon lake TEXAS
Canyon Lake Boat and RV Storage is a great place to store campers, RVs, and motor homes. There are enclosed, covered, and outside storage options. The area is secured with modern technology including 24-hour video surveillance, security lighting, and industrial fencing. Reclaim your garage or your yard. Use your camper, RV, or motorhome more often because it is near beautiful Canyon Lake and the hill country of Texas.
Camper, Motorhome, RV Storage We got you covered!
Pick up your camper, RV, or motorhome at Canyon Lake Boat and RV Storage and head out. If you are fishing, consider Frank’s Bait Shop open 24 hours at 20115 on Highway 306. Ring the bell for service. A mile on 306 toward 281 will take you to a Valero for gas. There is a Sonic Drive-In, Villanova’s Pizza, or a Subway restaurant for food. There are other restaurants including places to sit down and enjoy a meal, but you can also just hit up the Hancock Mini-Mart or the Brookshire Brothers Grocery Store for snacks and beverages to stock your fridge or ice chest.
HERE ARE THE TOP REASONS PEOPLE USE CANYON LAKE BOAT AND RV STORAGE:
24/7 Access to RV
24/7 access to your camper, RV, or motorhome. Access your camper, RV, or motorhome when the mood hits you. Early or late, you are welcome.
24/7 video surveillance
Your camper, RV, or motorhome is safe. The high tech cameras are on capturing every moment. An industrial fence surrounds the facility.
Extra room to maneuver
The entry way is 20 feet wide and roads are 60 feet wide. The space is big enough to accommodate the largest of motor homes and RVs.
Multiple storage options. Store your camper, RV, or motorhome in an enclosed space, under a roof, or outside regardless of the size. We can accommodate you.
Less Expensive Than Storing Near the City
Less expensive than storing your camper, RV, or motorhome in or near the city. Save money and fuel by storing your camper, RV, or motorhome where you are going to use it. Compare the rates yourself. Spare your truck the miles of towing a camper or RV, or relieve your motorhome of the accumulation of miles. Keep the cash in your wallet rather than paying for the extra gas.
Refuling Is Easy
Pick up fuel near by at the local convenient store, just ONE MILE away!
How to get the most out of your camping experience at Canyon Lake and the Texas hill country.
Places to camp and things to do
We can only share a few of our favorite spots because this part of Texas is absolutely filled with wonders to explore and enjoy.
Potters Creek Park features RV sites with electric and water hookups. They have picnic tables, fire rings, and grills. There are toilets, showers, and drinking water on site. There are two boat ramps with docks and a fishing pier. There is also a beach. There is a dumping station available when you are on your way out.
Cranes Mill Park (south) has 30 RV sites with water and electrical. It has restrooms with hot water and showers. There are two fishing piers, a nearby marina, and an abundance of wildlife. Cranes Mill Park also has a dumping station.
Creek Hollow Cabins and RV Park has a swimming pool, hot tubs, a playground, 25 sites with full hookups, 30/50 amp service, restrooms with showers, and a laundromat.
Floating on the Comal or Guadalupe River
Sitting in an inflatable tube and floating down the Guadalupe River is an experience everyone who comes to the Texas Hill Country should enjoy. People come from far away for a 1 to 2 hour float around the Guadalupe horseshoe. Shanty Tubes or Whitewater Sports will outfit you with a tube. People float the one mile horseshoe, get out at the bridge, walk 6 minutes back to the start, and get right back into the river without using a shuttle service. You can float away a whole afternoon, and many people do.
The Comal River is spring fed and 72 degrees year round. New Braunfels Tubing will set you up with gear and they run a continuous shuttle service to drop you off and pick you up. The Comal River provides a two to three hour float on two miles of river and it has tube chutes where water is diverted into a narrow channel. You can think of these tube chutes as being like water slides.
Other Fun Attractions Near Canyon Lake
Dry Comal Creek Winery is a half hour drive away in New Braunfels, Texas. Out of nearly 600 entries their 2016 Food Pressed Red Table Wine won Double Gold at the 2017 Lone Star International Wine Competition. There are more than 50 wineries in Texas Hill Country and many create their own wine tour.
Catch trout in the Guadalupe River. Trout stocking season is from December to March. Pay attention to special harvest regulations on rainbow and brown trout that may be in effect.
If you are new to fly fishing or want to get to know the area, Expedition Outfitters hosts rafting and fly fishing trips that include instruction.
Live Texas Country Music
Luckenbach Dance Hall is under an hour away and hosts dances and concerts by some of the best musicians on the Texas music scene just about every weekend. Other live music options include the very close Whitewater Amphitheater, the 11th Street Cowboy Bar (just a little over an hour away), and Gruene Hall (a half hour away).
Boat & Scuba Rental
Rent equipment at Canyon Lake Adventures including boats (from pontoon boats to jet skis), kayaks, and SCUBA gear/instruction. They are located 23 minutes away, but they will deliver the boats to you where you are camped. They also have boat tours that can even include dinner as you watch the sunset.
Float, ride, slide, or chute your way through water attractions just 40 minutes away. The Schlitterbahn Waterpark is mostly powered by the spring fed Comal River. Bring your kids and family to one of the most sought out water parks in Texas.
Natural Bridge Caverns
Just 40 minutes away you can journey under ground and walk a half-mile through the subterranean passages of Natural Bridge Caverns. Once you have enjoyed the scenery 180 feet below ground, try their Canopy Explorer course 60 feet above ground.
The McKenna Children’s Museum is a fun place for kids to enjoy hands on activities. There is also Dick’s Classic Car Museum, the Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country, and others.
DRAG BOAT RACES
Watch the drag boat races every August at Lakefest in Marble Falls.
The region is rich with art galleries from glass studios and sculpture to oil painting and watercolor. Places worth a visit include Wimberly Glassworks Inc, and the Wildflower Art Gallery, both under a half hour away. There are numerous other shops and events.