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Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Texas

You know the largest canyon in the nation, Grand Canyon, but do you know the second largest? You will now! At roughly 70 miles with an average width of 6 miles, and depth of up to 1000 ft., Palo Duro Read more...
You know the largest canyon in the nation, Grand Canyon, but do you know the second largest? You will now! At roughly 70 miles with an average width of 6 miles, and depth of up to 1000 ft., Palo Duro Canyon is often referred to as the ‘other’ Grand Canyon. Beat the crowds and heat by visiting in the winter months ($5 entry fee year-round) and explore the canyon by foot, mountain bike, horse ($35 for a tour) or car on 30+ miles of trails. For the more adventurous at heart, you can take the “big zip” tour across the canyon or go rappelling into the abyss--this is surely a great gift for your friend who is afraid of heights! Activities of the artistic variety include an annual photography contest in early January, and TEXAS, an outdoor musical drama performed throughout the summer. Photographers, adventurers, and families alike will lose their ish over this larger-than-life canyon. If you want to go big when you’re in Texas, you have to visit Palo Duro Canyon State Park!
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...
Cactus Campground
Marshall
Marshall: Good campsite for some quiet. The individual spots are pretty far apart so it was quiet and I didn't...
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. ...
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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...
Red Deer Creek Tipi
Rachel
Rachel: Discover simple and peaceful living in this Tipi. Acres of tall grass and corn fields. Dine in town or...
Rosita Campground
For the roughest and toughest of backcountry aficionados out there, this site is just for you. ...
South Prong Primitive Campground
Lisa
Lisa: Starting from the trailhead at the South Prong Camping Area, this is a flat, easy backpacking trip of...
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...
McBride Canyon Campground
Situated next to the historical McBride house, these sites are located near the creek among a...
Mullinaw Creek Campground
After a long day of exploring, you’ll be able to take a load off at these creekside sites, which come...
Wild Horse Campground
Smack dab in the middle of the park, these 12 equestrian campsites are decked out. With corrals,...
Plum Creek Campground
Keep busy at Plum Creek -- this area is great for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders. The nearby...
Harbor Bay Campground
Hikers, you’ll want to post up camp at Harbor Bay. Stay at this campground and you’ll have great...
Blue West Campground
Seeking an off-the-grid experience? Then Blue West Campground is for you. Located on the north side of...
Fritch Fortress Campground
Wake up to a lake view when you camp at Fritch Fortress. You’ll find picnic tables, shade shelters,...
Chimney Hollow Campground
Like a referee watching a water polo match between Blue East and Blue West Campgrounds, Chimney Hollow...
Sanford-Yake Campground
Set up camp near the dam at Sanford-Yake Campground and you’ll also be rewarded with lake views. This...
Cedar Canyon Campground
Bring your bathing suit to Cedar Canyon Campground -- you’ll be camping right on the beach! You’ll...
Blue East Campground
Boasting breathtaking views on the northern shores of Lake Meredith, Blue East Campground sits in the...
Bugbee Campground
Located near the mouth of Bugbee Creek which feeds into Lake Meredith, you’ll find this little nook of...
Blue Creek Bridge Campground
Pretty far removed from the rest of humanity, this site is located on the northwestern fringe of the...