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Caprock Canyons State Park

Caprock Canyons State Park, Texas

Turns out South Dakota isn’t the only place where you can find the rebellious and untamable geological features known as the badlands. High up in the chimney-shaped region of northern Texas, these Read more...
Turns out South Dakota isn’t the only place where you can find the rebellious and untamable geological features known as the badlands. High up in the chimney-shaped region of northern Texas, these sedimentary slopes also cover much of the terrain on these 15,314 acres of park land. Amidst the mesquite trees, cacti, junipers, hackberries and cottonwoods you might come across the elusive speedster of Looney Tunes fame, roadrunner, or his feisty counterpart coyote (who in real life is much more competent... and dangerous!). Other species of wildlife commonly seen at Caprock Canyon include deer, opossums, bobcats, raccoons, foxes, porcupines, snakes, lizards and African aoudad sheep. Popular activities in the park are horseback riding, no-wake boating, fishing, hiking and biking. Just be careful when it starts to get dark out. We wouldn’t want you running into any of the wild buffalo roaming around the park now would we!
Honea Flat Campground
The largest and southernmost of the campgrounds, sites 1 - 35 are located just beyond the visitor’s...
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Hackberry Campground
If you’re looking for a central spot in Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Hackberry Campground is the place...
Sagebrush Campground
Sagebrush Campground is the jam! When entering larger-than-life Palo Duron Canyon State Park, this is...
Buffalo Dream Ranch Camping
Shawn
Shawn: We stayed two nights at the ranch over Memorial Day weekend and had a wonderful time. Chris and Claire...
Big Pond Equestrian Campground
Giddyup! Equestrian and non-equestrians are encouraged to stay at Big Pond Campground. At this site,...
Comanche Campground
Comanche Campground consists of 24 sites that fit a max of 8 people. Nestled along the west shore of...
Sanford-Yake Campground
Set up camp near the dam at Sanford-Yake Campground and you’ll also be rewarded with lake views. This...
Green Acres
Amy
Amy: Perfect for the RV enthusiast that likes a quiet country scene and enjoys the country feels of live...
Quartz Mountain Campground
Well, there’s not much that you can’t do in the Quartz Mountain Nature Park. Hike, bike, climb, fish,...
Great Plains Campground
Take a long nap under the shade of the Wichita Mountains—you’ll need it if you want to explore all the...
Mouse Creek Campground
Spend the weekend camped out in Mouse Creek for a cozy weekend of watersports, right on the shores of...
Cottonwood Campground
The southernmost camp in Foss State Park, Cottonwood Campground links up nicely with Warrior Trail,...
Sandy Beach Campground
Josh And Jessica
Josh And Jessica: We pulled in late at night and knew we were on Foss Lake but it wasn't until we awoke this morning to...
Cedar Point Campground
Cedar Point Campground is located on the south end of the Foss Reservoir, and sets campers up nicely...
Buffalo Bend Campground
Located at the north end of the Foss Reservoir, Buffalo Bend Campground is one of several choices...
Cutberth Campground
Can’t get enough of big, blue Foss Lake? Stay the weekend at Cutberth Campground to soak in all that...
Cottonwood Campground
Camp amongst the cottonwoods at Cottonwood Campground, a lakeside oasis in the desert. Popular for...
Indian Grass Campground
We love the desert, but we love water too–lucky for you, Indian Grass Campground has both! Located in...
Cold Springs Campground
Adam
Adam : This campsite is actually in another part of the state, and doesn't exist within the Wichita...
Twin Cove Point Campground
Twin Cove Point offers both non-electric and electrically-fed campsites, all sitting alongside the...