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The 20 best camping spots in Texas.

Boasting the second-largest acreage in the U.S., there is plenty of room to roam in the Lone Star State.

Dos Rios Camping
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1. Dos Rios Camping

92% Recommend (6 Responses)

Pitch your tent on the banks of the mighty Llano River in the Texas Hill Country. Fire pits, privacy, picnic tables, and gorgeous views. Explore...

Sam
Sam: Great location, Collin and Michaela were very helpful. We got in and found a spot to set up our tent. Grilled late and night...
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Colorado Bend State Park Campground

2. Colorado Bend State Park Campground

100% Recommend (15 Responses)

Brush up on your river songs before you head to this campground, because you’ll be singing its praises at night by the fire! Might we suggest a...

LUoutdoor
L Uoutdoor: Ahh, one of our best camping trips. Fire ring for cooking and a river perfect for swimming.
99 Saves
From the steep limestone cliffs of Big Bend National Park, down to the rugged beauty of the Texas Plains, the Lone State State offers campers the unique experience of feeling like you’ve gone back in time to the Old West. Most camping in Texas can be found a short drive from major cities, making it easy to get out of town and escape the summer heat. Pack your kayak and fishing Read more...
From the steep limestone cliffs of Big Bend National Park, down to the rugged beauty of the Texas Plains, the Lone State State offers campers the unique experience of feeling like you’ve gone back in time to the Old West. Most camping in Texas can be found a short drive from major cities, making it easy to get out of town and escape the summer heat. Pack your kayak and fishing pole and head out to the well-stocked lakes of the Texas State Parks, where bass and catfish abound. Visit one of the five foundation bison herds that saved the animal from extinction at Caprock Canyons State Park. Whether you’re hiking along abandoned railroad tracks, paddling down the Colorado River, or just looking for a place to park the RV, you’ll be able to find the perfect outdoor camping experience in Texas.
Abilene Campground

3. Abilene Campground

This 13-site plot also includes six additional sites in the Oak Grove Area. It has a restroom/shower facility nearby as well as picnic tables and...

Wagon Circle Campground

4. Wagon Circle Campground

Tied for the least expensive campground in the park, along with Cedar Grove at $12 a night, this 35 site open-spaced communal area is primarily...

The largest known bat colony in North America is in Bracken Cave in Texas. Over 20 million bats live in the cave!
Cedar Grove Campground

5. Cedar Grove Campground

The northernmost campground in the park, Cedar Grove is the closest on the way to the Callahan Divide in Buffalo Gap, Texas where *cue guitar*...

Red Creek Nature Ranch
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6. Red Creek Nature Ranch

Choice of 2 modern cabins or rustic tent camping. 1000 acres of rugged, remote Western Texas Hill Country ranch. 107 year old former livestock...

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The world’s largest (and oldest) rattlesnake roundup is held every March in Sweetwater, Texas.
Ancient Oaks
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7. Ancient Oaks

83% Recommend (6 Responses)

Pitch your tent under the large canopies of ancient Post and Live Oak trees. Picnic table, fire ring, toilet/outhouse, and potable water (100...

Matthew
Matthew: Eco Rich is not as much a farm or ranch as it is a South Texas paradise. Nestled just inside the northern border of Hill...
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San Angelo Campground

8. San Angelo Campground

San Angelo Campgrounds can actually be divided up into several different camping areas which include Lakeview, Red Arroyo, Chaparral, River Bend,...

ryan
Ryan: Staff was great! I showed up just before 10pm and the gate was closed. I pulled over and tried to figure out my next move when...
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The name Texas came from the Caddo Indian word 'tayshas' meaning “friends” or “allies”. The Spanish pronounced it as 'tejas'.
Council Bluff Campground

9. Council Bluff Campground

This site is meant just for RV’s. It has the most complete list of amenities other than the cabins at Comanche Trails: picnic tables, an outdoor...

Willow Point Campground

10. Willow Point Campground

The cheapest sites in the park are here, cheap because they are simply a flat area of cleared land with a grill and picnic table (which is more...

Carolyn
Carolyn: Lovely little camping loop on the lake. Snag a site between 38 and 45 to be closest to the water. Not a lot of privacy, but a...
In Texas, more than 95 percent of land is privately owned. Time to go Hipcamping :)
Comanche Trails Campground

11. Comanche Trails Campground

Right off of the lakeshore there’s a small loop of twenty campsites each with a picnic table, grill, water, and electricity and access to showers...

Walk-in Campsites

12. Walk-in Campsites

100% Recommend (11 Responses)

Walk it out to the walk-in campsites, where groups can stay and stare in awe of the enchanted rock (among other activities like hiking, etc. )....

Will
Will: Don't let first impressions fool you—E-rock doesn't look like much when you first see it from a distance—this hunk of granite...
24 Saves
Inks Lake Campground

13. Inks Lake Campground

97% Recommend (15 Responses)

We’ve had a couple of less-than-great experiences at large campsites where you are just one plot of land amidst dozens of neighboring ones. Inks...

Mitch
Mitch: Ink's Lake is my number one weekend campsite. Just over an hour from Austin, TX, this site has it all- A beautiful lake (as you...
70 Saves
Mesquite Circle Campground

14. Mesquite Circle Campground

The campground at Lake Colorado City is comprised of three neighboring groupings: Mesquite Circle, Rolling Hills, and Lakeview. All three areas are...

Lakeview Campground

15. Lakeview Campground

The campground at Lake Colorado City is comprised of three neighboring groupings: Mesquite Circle, Rolling Hills, and Lakeview. All three areas are...

Melinda
Melinda: We stayed here for the night on our way from Big Bend to Fort Worth. It's pretty expensive... I think it came to about...
Rolling Hills Campground

16. Rolling Hills Campground

The campground at Lake Colorado City is comprised of three neighboring groupings: Mesquite Circle, Rolling Hills, and Lakeview. All three areas are...

Dos Rios Cabin
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17. Dos Rios Cabin

Stay in our Cabin on the banks of the mighty Llano River in the Texas Hill Country. Fire pits, privacy, picnic tables, and gorgeous views. We have...

Ashlee
Ashlee: My friends and I booked this cabin to be home base for our weekend of camping, which ended up being PERFECT. It was so nice to...
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Dos Rios Tiny Home
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18. Dos Rios Tiny Home

Stay in our Tiny Home on the banks of the mighty Llano River in the Texas Hill Country. Fire pits, privacy, picnic tables, and gorgeous views. We...

Ashlee
Ashlee: This little tiny house is so cute! Tucked away off from the main camping area, this house feels al little more secluded and...
3 Saves
Leopold Award winning ranch
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19. Leopold Award winning ranch

Pitch your tent just about anywhere on the Leopold Award(2016), Lone Star Land Steward of the Year(2011) and many other Awards winning ranch(832...

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Pecan River
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20. Pecan River

Come pitch your tent next to a Richardson Creek swimming hole. Shaded by large pecan trees and secluded yet open, this campsite is great place to...