KOA Kampgrounds

For more than 50 years, Kampgrounds of America has been bringing family and friends together to enjoy all that the Great Outdoors has to offer. With nearly 500 locations in North America, there's bound to be a KOA clo...

Leander / NW Austin KOA

Leander, Texas

This award-winning campground is located just north of Austin on the edge of Texas Hill Country, near trails, beautiful lakes and wildlife. Capital MetroRail is minutes away with easy access to downtown Austin ("Live Music Capital of the World"). At KOA, choose from Pull-Thru RV Sites, Back-In RV Sites, Camping Cabins and Deluxe Cabins. Relax at the gorgeous pool with a waterfall and spa. Enjoy the clubhouse, pavilion and Kamp K9. Pool: March 15 - November 1. Max pull thru: 100 feet.


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Adventures Nearby

  • Explore Dinosaur Tracks in Leander

    About a half mile west from the Hwy 183 bridge that crosses the South Fork of the San Gabriel River lies approximately 12 dinosaur footprints embedded in the river bed. Not many people know about the dinosaur tracks just northwest of Austin in Lea...

    1 miles

  • Hike the Brushy Creek Regional Trail

    Park in the big lot off E Little Elm Trail Road (see map) to access the trailhead. Trail is accessible year round and is dog-friendly. Photos: Knowsphotos, Texas Tongs, Drew Kolb

    6.5 miles 85 ft gain

  • Hike the Good Water Trail

    This loop is good for intermediate to advanced hikers. The trail is usable year round and features a lake. Dogs are allowed on this trail, but must be kept on leash. The trail is used for hiking, walking, trail running, backpacking, and camping. 

    12.6 miles 1270 ft gain