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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!
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Quartz Mountain Campground
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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
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Lakeview Campground
Melinda
Melinda: We stayed here for the night on our way from Big Bend to Fort Worth. It's pretty expensive... I think...