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Amistad National Recreation Area

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Amistad National Recreation Area, Texas

Let’s all just take a minute and say ahhhh while we think back on our first true friend. Focus, don’t think about the time they filled your Oreos with toothpaste. Just the warm and fuzzies. That is Read more...
Let’s all just take a minute and say ahhhh while we think back on our first true friend. Focus, don’t think about the time they filled your Oreos with toothpaste. Just the warm and fuzzies. That is how we feel about Amistad National Recreation Area, which represents the amistad (friendship in Spanish) between Del Rio, Texas and Ciudad Acuña in Mexico, who share the 65,000-acre Amistad Reservoir. The waters are one of this area’s biggest attractions and popular activities here include swimming, waterskiing, boating, fishing and even scuba diving - if you happen to be a pro, there is an extensive system of underwater caves just waiting to be explored! Any art enthusiasts out there? The 4,000 year old rock art, that adorns many of the rock shelters and walls is definitely a sight worth seeing. Thanks to its designation as a “recreational area”, bows and shotguns are permitted certain times of the year to hunt deer, turkey, rabbit, antelope, hog and quail. If you visit in the fall, be sure to look out for the thousands of gorgeous monarch butterflies making their 3,000-mile migrational journey from Canada to Central Mexico!
Governors Landing Campground
Thirsty after a long day of exploration? Well you’ve chosen the right place, so come ready to wet your...
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Rock Quarry Group Campground
Just west of Highway 90 on the west coast of ‘Murica’s side of the Amistad Reservoir, Rock Quarry...
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San Pedro Campground
Located on the south side of Amistad Reservoir, you’ll be just a hop, skip and a jump (or maybe just a...
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San Pedro Group Campground
Come see what life on the peninsula is all about at this quiet hideout on the southeastern banks of...
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Spur 406 Campground
On this quiet northern corner of the Amistad Reservoir, you’ll enjoy some much needed peace, quiet and...
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277 North Campground
Nestled stealthily away in the San Pedro Canyon, near the banks of Amistad Reservoir’s southeastern...
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277 North Group Campground
In the bureaucratic nightmare that often is the world we live in, there are really only two things you...
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Rough Canyon Campground
The farthest north of the campgrounds at Amistad, you’ll have to swim into the mouth of the devil to...
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Four Sisters Ranch Camp, Utopia
Will: Either as a midway point on your way to/from Big Bend, or if you're just trying to get outta town, Fou...
Direct book$40/night
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Fort Clark: Pitch your tent along the Las Moras Creek under 150+ year old oak trees - exactly where the famed...
Direct book$12/night
Roadrunner Flat Primitive Campground
Erin: Seminole Canyon is a stunning hidden gem. During the day, take a hike on the beautiful rim trail and e...
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Desert Vista Campground
Though we all want to camp in caves like they used to thousands of years ago in Seminole Canyon, a...
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Primitive Campsite
Peter: Not much to do at this site, but great dark skies at night to watch the stars.
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Primitive Paddle-in Camping
“Paddle-in camping” is also known as camping for badasses who go on multiple-day adventures by water,...
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Kickapoo Cavern Campground
Sleep beneath the stars and to the soothing sounds of bats hunting insects via echolocation....
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Shady Meadows Campground

Shady Meadows Campground

100% Recommend – 7 Responses
Jacob: Shady Oaks is the best camp site if you don't want to be surrounded by lots of people. Most of the sit...
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Dos Rios Camping

Dos Rios Camping

94% Recommend – 36 Responses
Sam: Great location, Collin and Michaela were very helpful. We got in and found a spot to set up our tent. ...
Request book$25/night
River Crossing Campground

River Crossing Campground

100% Recommend – 6 Responses
Location, location, location! The River Crossing Campground sits at the heart of Garner State Park....
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Pecan Grove Campground

Pecan Grove Campground

94% Recommend – 8 Responses
Shayne: I recommend not picking the sites near the showers/restrooms. Sure it seems like a great convenience b...
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Hunter's Paradise
Rob: 5 RV/trailer hookup sites available with electric, water, and sewer with long-term winter pricing...
Request book$40/night
Cypress Springs Group Campground
Cypress Springs Campground is the only camp on the east side Frio River. The site is RV-friendly and...
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Llama Refuge
Fe: Pitch your tent on acreage with free roaming llamas, cedar and oak trees. Private from main house.
Direct book$25/night
Lost Maples Campground
Trek: Fall camping here is amazing because of the color of the Maple Trees. But you have to reserve way in a...
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Lost Maples Hike In Campground
Guy: I camped at Granger and drove over for the day. I caught the turning of the leaves perfectly. You ca...
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Val Verde Camp
Dee: Tract 40 This scenic Texas ranch located on the southern Edwards Plateau in Val Verde County three...
Request book$76/night
Scenic View RV Site 1
Charles: Recreation also plays a huge role on the ranch and host deer hunting, fishing, swimming, butterfly...
Direct book$40/night
Llano Springs Ranch
Lizzie: I'm still swooning from my stay at Llano Springs Ranch this past weekend. We had a three hour drive ou...
Request book$250/night
Camping at Low Gear Farmstead

Camping at Low Gear Farmstead

100% Recommend – 5 Responses
Rachel: We had a lovely stay at this site. We set up our tent in a pecan orchard right next to the San Saba Ri...
Direct book$10/night