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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!
Little Red Tent Campground
Sarah
Sarah: This is the best campground in the park! Beautiful views of the canyons and lots to explore right from...
Honea Flat Campground
The largest and southernmost of the campgrounds, sites 1 - 35 are located just beyond the visitor’s...
Wild Horse Campground
Smack dab in the middle of the park, these 12 equestrian campsites are decked out. With corrals,...
North Prong Primitive Campground
Hannah
Hannah: Stayed here with a group of friends for Memorial Day weekend 2017, the first night the wind was CRAZY,...
South Prong Tent Campground
Lisa
Lisa: The South Prong campground is a developed area for tent camping with bathrooms but no showers. This is...
South Prong Primitive Campground
Lisa
Lisa: Starting from the trailhead at the South Prong Camping Area, this is a flat, easy backpacking trip of...
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Cactus Campground
Marshall
Marshall: Good campsite for some quiet. The individual spots are pretty far apart so it was quiet and I didn't...
Hackberry Campground
If you’re looking for a central spot in Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Hackberry Campground is the place...
Fortress Cliff Campground
Greg
Greg: Decent sites in a great park. BUT.....when I was there...mid Sept, the flies at the campsite were...
Sagebrush Campground
Sagebrush Campground is the jam! When entering larger-than-life Palo Duron Canyon State Park, this is...
Equestrian Campsites
Keely
Keely: Back Country Camping - For dispersed camping in Palo Duro you are required to start in the equestrian...
Mesquite Campground
Guy
Guy: Palo Duro Canyon is a hidden gem. We enjoyed hiking and then taking in 'Texas' at the amphitheater. ...
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...
Hanging in Hamlin
Casey
Casey: Put up the tent or park on land. Its all good in hamlin. Near everything but calm and chill . great...
Iowa Park with room
Casey
Casey: Pitch the tent or sleep in your vehicle on this huge lot in Texas . 55 Acres ohh HWY 287 and 368....
Skipout Campground
When the day-to-day starts making your feet drag, skip out to Skipout Campground. Small, simple, and...
Quartz Mountain Campground
Well, there’s not much that you can’t do in the Quartz Mountain Nature Park. Hike, bike, climb, fish,...
Spring Creek Campground
Spring Creek Campground is a teeny-tiny getaway spot nestled in amongst the hardwoods at the shore of...
Black Kettle Campground
What does the “Black Kettle” in Black Kettle Campground mean? It probably refers to the stand of...
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...