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This Hidden Waterfall Near Austin Will Make You Feel Like You're In Paradise

The hidden Krause Springs near Austin is just as magical as it looks!

With summer just around the corner, you might be looking for some cool and new spots to hang out at and we have just the place for you. The tropical getaway waterfall and swimming hole named Krause Springs is located just outside of Austin and it is gorgeous. You could spend the entire day swimming underneath the fantastic falls and you will never want to leave!

The magical Krause Springs is an incredible swimming and camping spot among the beautiful Texas hill country about 30 miles West of Austin. The 115-acre property is jam-packed with the most beautiful sights, greenery, springs, and wildlife. The springs are hidden away from your typical Austin tourists so it is beautiful year round.

A day trip up to Krause Springs would be the coolest summer plan ever. There are over 30 different gorgeous springs in the area, including a giant natural swimming pool and waterfall. Pack your cutest bathing suit because you will not want to leave this place without taking a dip in the cool water and also taking a few pics!

You can also plan an exciting camping trip at the property since there are classic tent camping grounds along with RV grounds with water and electricity available. Pack up a cooler and your best ghost stories for the most relaxing and fun camping trip in central Texas!

Guests of the springs are also able to visit the nearby Butterfly Gardens, complete with fountains, flowers, statues and the most beautiful greenery you could ever see. This is the pinnacle of a relaxing getaway. 

The beautiful Krause Springs is open from 9 am to 8 pm, unless you plan on spending the night. The admission fee is $8 per person or $15 per camper, and they only take cash! Pets are not allowed at the location.

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Krause Springs is located at 424 County Rd 404, Spicewood, TX 78669. You can visit their website for more information here!

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit a potentially hazardous location, you check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.