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    anywhere within 30 minutes of the Capitol building is still IN Austin

    The Salt Lick BBQ(west of town)

    Treaty Oak(south west part of town)

    the Bullock Museum(Texas history)(north of Capitol Bdg)

    the Harry Ransom Museum(The Gutenberg Bible)(North of Capitol Bldg)

    LBJ Museum/Ranch(west of Johnson City) and his Boyhood home(Johnson City)

    WW II Museum(Fredericksburg)

    American Chuck Wagon Assn Championship Cookoff(April 7, 2018 in Fredericksburg)

    AND DON'T FORGET LUCKENBACH(between Johnson City & Fredericksburg best on wknds)

    HAVE FUN

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    Thanks for all the responses. I was looking at some of the State Parks but you never know what your going to get for folks with a hammock. It depends on which family members come. I may car camp and use a hammock at a state park but wanted options in case I did want to backpack in a few miles and set up camp. McKinney and Bastrop look good for car camping and this Goodwater Loop may work if we backpack. Again preciate y'all. ***My main goal is to sleep in the hammock and eat Franklin BBQ**** lol

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    The campsites in that area can be pretty cheap. I think one is $6 a night but it's dry. Also there is one hike in campsite that is less than 2 miles from a trailhead.

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    I really like Goodwater Loop around Lake Georgetown. Not very heavily used and has some excellent hiking and free primitive camping at a couple of spots.

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    Three spots.

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    Here's a map of the area
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