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Krause Springs can thank the 32 springs on its property for its name, as well as the natural swimming hole that serves as its focal point. This site is truly a beautiful Hill Country oasis, complete with shady cypress trees, a waterfall, a grotto and a rope swing. While many visitors simply make a day trip there to go for a dip, there is overnight camping available. They only take reservations for their 24 sites for RV hookups, so the primitive tent camping is available first-come first-serve. And sorry, no pets allowed. Don’t forget to check out the peaceful Butterfly Gardens before you head out!