In the Texas Hill Country about an hour northwest of Austin lies Inks Lake, a reservoir on the Colorado River with rock outcroppings, wildlife, and plenty of foliage. The lake is a refuge away from the hustle and bustle of the city, which makes it perfect for camping. There are nearly 200 campsites at Inks Lake State Park and 22 cabins (two of which are ADA-accessible). Many of these sites are lakeside, and several camping loops have playgrounds. The state park also has nine miles of hiking trails through shaded forests and rocky hills, and the park store sells camping supplies, souvenirs, and snacks.