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Big Bend National Park, Texas

If all of Texas’s parks were royalty, then Big Bend would be the exquisite crown jewel. The crème de la crème of Lone Star State parks, Big Bend is known for its size (801,163 acres), it’s vast Read more...
If all of Texas’s parks were royalty, then Big Bend would be the exquisite crown jewel. The crème de la crème of Lone Star State parks, Big Bend is known for its size (801,163 acres), it’s vast diversity in elevation (as high as 7,832 feet in the Chisos Mountains and as low as 1,800 feet in the Rio Grande river valley), its assorted biology (1,200 species of plants, 450 birds, 75 mammals and 56 reptiles), it’s important paleontology and archeology (artifacts as old as 9,000 years old!) and over 1,000 miles of international boundary shared with Mexico along the Rio Grande (Río Bravo in Spanish). All this and Big Bend is still considered one of the most underrated, most remote and least visited parks in the lower 48 - lucky for you! Big Bend is particularly exciting for hikers and backpackers, who can choose between Chimneys Trail, Marufo Vega Trail, Outer Mountain Loop or any number of the endless other options. Oh and did we almost forget to mention that this is one of the best places in the United States for stargazing? Come check out the majesty of this special park for yourself!
Chisos Basin Campground
Sarah
Sarah: Chisos Basin is the most sought after campground in Big Bend..so book it early (only so many...
Rio Grande Village Campground
Andrew
Andrew: Rio Grande Village is an interesting close quarters mix of tent camping and RV sites. The Tent camping...
Cottonwood Campground
James
James: They water the campground by flooding the area. We did not see a schedule, just a sign that said...
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Tierra del Sol Basecamp
Lizzie
Lizzie: Wow. This site is incredible – it's nestled right in the rolling hills on the outskirts of several...
Terlingua Bare Bones Campground
Christopher
Christopher: Everyone who comes to Bare Bones is treated just like family,, we have spectacular views and weather...
Living Rock Campsite #5
Marc
Marc: Our campsite is located on the hill behind Terlingua Ghost Town, 1/2 mile from Restaurants, Coffee...
Living Rock Campsite #4
Marc
Marc: Our campsite is located on the hill behind Terlingua Ghost Town, 1/2 mile from Restaurants, Coffee...
Living Rock Campsite #3
Marc
Marc: Our campsite is located on the hill behind Terlingua Ghost Town, 1/2 mile from Restaurants, Coffee...
Living Rock Campsite #2
Marc
Marc: Our campsite is located on the hill behind Terlingua Ghost Town, 1/2 mile from Restaurants, Coffee...
Living Rock Campsite #1
Marc
Marc: Our campsite is located on the hill behind Terlingua Ghost Town, 1/2 mile from Restaurants, Coffee...
The Otter's Den
Anna Claire
Anna Claire: Roll up the dusty road next to La Posada Milagro to The Otter's Den, a gorgeous tipi tucked into a...
Dahl's ranch # 1
Rachel
Rachel: This desert oasis is tucked in the mountains. Approximately 12 miles off of Highway 118, this prime...
Jackass Flats Campground RVs
PAM GORDON/LITTLE BURRO
Pam Gordon/Little Burro: Located 55 miles south of Alpine, TX on State Highway 118, close to the historic Comanche Trail, under...
Jackass Flats Camp and Cabin
PAM GORDON/LITTLE BURRO
Pam Gordon/Little Burro: Located 55 miles south of Alpine, TX on State Highway 118, close to the historic Comanche Trail, under...
Tranquilo Ranch
Lizzie
Lizzie: The stargazing at this site is incredible! I definitely recommend doing what you can to make the trip...
Yedra Campsite
Yedra’s two 4x4-only accessible campsites, each suitable only for a single group of no more than eight...
Rancherias Campsite
The main reason to stay at the Rancherias campsite, which like most other campsites in the park only...
Vista de Bofecillos Campsite
Big Bend Ranch isn’t the most friendly place for anyone with a trailer, or anyone not in a Jeep...
Tres Papalotes Group Campsite
If you happen to be a part of a merry band of marauding, history-loving, mountain biking geologists...
Paso al Solitario Campsite
This is another one of the smaller backcountry sites in Big Bend Ranch, able to fit around four tents...
Madera Canyon Campsite
RVers, this one’s for you. Madera Canyon is the only campground other than Grassy Banks offering...
Chorro Vista Campsite
Don’t bother staying here if you want plush camping more akin to your apartment than the wilderness....
Fresno Canyon Campsite
It’s all well and good to set up camp at some high, exposed campsite with a view, but then you’re...