Located 18 miles east of Austin and 2 miles from the LCRA McKinney Roughs Nature Park. Our 20 acres is a quiet spot conveniently close to Austin.
This is elegant camping and the plumbing is outdoors.
The Happy Horse Hotel is a small facility set up for horse owners to camp with their horses and ride the nearby trails at McKinney Roughs Nature Park. It's a quiet place that's a little off the beaten path while still being close and convenient to all the entertainment Austin offers.
We have a covered pavilion on site for gatherings and trails on our 20 acre property.
Общение с гостями
We live next door so we're available without being intrusive. Advice and recommendations on local eateries and attractions is happily given and if there's a big enough crowd in camp, we'll gather up some musician friends and bring them over for an evening of entertainment.
Другие важные подробности
Happy Horse Hotel is a campground and has outdoor plumbing. We have composting outhouses and outdoor showers. Don't worry, it's not *that* primitive. We've got hot water! It's more interesting than adventurous.
No smoking or pets in the cabins.
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After 20-some years on the road doing Renaissance Faires all over the country for most of the year, she and Beaux recently traded in the big utility trailer that hauled their heavy tools and wares for a horse trailer and started staying home, opening the Happy Horse Hotel, a campground for horses and their riders.
Happy Horse Hotel is a small campground tucked into a 9 acre patch of enchanted forest next to the couple's country studio and horse pasture, is currently the center of activity in their life, since it revolves around the McKinney Roughs Equestrian Park that is right up the road from the Art Farm on Pope Bend Rd. Hollis likes to say that she has literally ridden the trails and paths of life that the horse's ears have guided her to, ever since she was a child of 5 in a small Wisconsin farming town cantering her 1st horse down the road behind her father's big Saddlebred mare. This is where it is at the moment: making horse art out in the woods of Bastrop County.