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The best hot spring camping in Texas.

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


tent forest lodging
Oasis of Stars
Really wish we remembered to wake up for sunrise because I bet it's beautiful with this view!
And this is why it's called Oasis of Stars!
Jan gets photo credit for this one, here's our campsite with the dogs!
Oasis of Stars
96% 12 Responses
$29/night
Lindsay
Lindsay: It was an amazing experience! Jan was such a helpful host! The stars were incredible at...
Post sunrise campsite 2
At Dawn ....as the sunrise begins on the eve of Black Moon Rising 9-30-16
Pre dawn first light
Post sunrise campsite 1
Post sunrise campsite 3
Northbound And
Northbound And: Carol's place is full of history and character. Carol will share the stories of Paleoin...
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.
View of front main house with Sleeping Porch in background
Night time at the Sleeping Porch
Picture of Sleeping porch with evening lights and drapes opened  likened to Glamping
Hideaway Sleeping Porch
Hideaway Sleeping Porch
Carol
Carol: The Hideaway Sleeping Porch has been likened to Klamping. The truth be known it was...
Our setup: sleeping bag and air mattress in the back of the car, plus a cooler as a makeshift table. There is also a picnic table on the other side of the campfire ring that makes a good spot for cooking and hanging out.
Hanging out at the site picnic table before heading south to Big Bend Ranch State Park.
You don't need a tent to camp! Make sure your vehicle can handle bumpy rides – the road to the campsite is definitely a primitive one.
Some of the interesting trinkets nearby the campfire circle.
Prepping some hot cocoa for the cool, foggy morning.
Tranquilo Ranch
100% 1 Response
$40/night
Lizzie
Lizzie: The stargazing at this site is incredible! I definitely recommend doing what you can to...
In Texas, more than 95 percent of land is privately owned. Time to go Hipcamping :)
One of the stellar views on the property.
people camper water
Sunset at the lake!
Plenty of ROOM for Large RV’s & 5th Wheel Trailers!
Big Huge Oak Trees On West Side Of Lake on Cliff Side!
Katz
Katz : Pull your RV or 5th Wheel right up to the West side of the Private Lake on the Hill...
wake up in the Big Bend tomorrow
Gringos Gulch Ghostown
60% 10 Responses
$25/night
Joshua
Joshua: Gringos Gulch Ghostown was awesome.