Camp Lucy is the perfect Central Texas Staycation as it offers a truly unique Texas experience whether you’re here to relax or take full advantage of the local scene. Camp Lucy offers several luxurious overnight lodging options for your family or group. Whether you need a single hotel room, a spacious luxury suite, or a standalone family cottage. Camp Lucy provides a relaxing setting for the perfect getaway experience.
Our overnight guests will also have access to onsite activities, a resort-style pool, and a fine-dining restaurant, Tillie’s.
Our Vista rooms were the second lodging series on the property and are one of the more popular rooms by our guests. Each room is individually decorated with period antiques sourced from Camp Lucy owners Kim and Whit Hanks’ private collection and carefully designed by Texas native interior designer, Deborah Kirk.
These rooms provide a step-down seating area separate from the bedroom and also include a semi-private outdoor patio offering a beautiful view of Camp Lucy’s rolling hillside.
These rooms offer either a king-size bed or two queen-size beds with plush pillow-top mattresses and fine cotton linens surrounded by a modern design aesthetic. Each room can accommodate up to 4 guests.
Having first met Whit Hanks in Austin’s antiquing industry, Deborah Kirk brings a sophisticated eye, rich with historical context, to her interior designs for Camp Lucy.
As the founder of Deborah Kirk Interiors, Deborah prides herself on using old-world items in innovative ways to create an aesthetic that comes across as original and natural.
Paul Smith, a landscape architect with more than 20 years of experience in project management and design, has put his unique design style on almost every aspect of the luxury resort property during the past decade.
Originally brought in to oversee the construction design of the original Vietnamese church that was imported to create Ian’s Chapel (our 1st on-site wedding venue). Paul has created a “dream job” for himself by shaping Camp Lucy’s evolution through his inventive and exceptional eye for design.
Specializing in architectural antiques, Whit Hanks founded Whit Hanks Antiques in the mid-1980s while also working as a real estate developer in the Central Texas region. He began acquiring property in the Dripping Springs area in 1985 and started developing Camp Lucy in 2008.
A successful career as an international antique dealer provided him with a sharp eye for the beautiful heritage pieces that have helped create the unique setting of the Camp Lucy resort.