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San Angelo Guide
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The best camping near San Angelo, Texas.

From primitive hike-in sites to rustic cabins and working ranches, San Angelo is where you'll find your new home away from home.


South Llano River Campground
Pitch a tent or park a trailer about a 1/3rd mile away from the river bank at the park’s main...
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Camping at Low Gear Farmstead
Rachel
Rachel: We had a lovely stay at this site. We set up our tent in a pecan orchard right next to the San Saba Ri...
Direct book $11/night
San Angelo, located right in the Concho Valley, is uniquely situated between four different ecological zones, making it the perfect spot to explore a variety of wildlife and wilderness. San Angelo State Park is a great jumping off point for your camping adventure. Enjoy swimming, picnicking, and multi-use trails. If you're an angler, stop on by Javelina Pond, where the fish are Read more...
San Angelo, located right in the Concho Valley, is uniquely situated between four different ecological zones, making it the perfect spot to explore a variety of wildlife and wilderness. San Angelo State Park is a great jumping off point for your camping adventure. Enjoy swimming, picnicking, and multi-use trails. If you're an angler, stop on by Javelina Pond, where the fish are always biting. Did you forget your fishing gear? Not to worry, this park has a “Tackle Loaner Program" where you can borrow rods, reels and tackle boxes. If orienteering is your thing, check out the three-level orienteering course in the park. A quick drive to nearby Paint Rock, just 32 miles southeast of San Angelo, will get you close to one of the largest Indian pictograph sites in the U.S. You'll be amazed as you gaze upon more than 1,000 ancient paintings that sit high up on a limestone bluff, just steps away from the Concho River. It doesn't matter if you're a high plains drifter or a desert dweller, you'll find the perfect way to spend the day in San Angelo.
Dos Rios Cabin
Dos Rios Cabin
100% – 3 Responses
Ashlee
Ashlee: My friends and I booked this cabin to be home base for our weekend of camping, which ended up being PE...
Request book $133/night
Dos Rios Tiny Home
Dos Rios Tiny Home
100% – 5 Responses
Ashlee
Ashlee: This little tiny house is so cute! Tucked away off from the main camping area, this house feels al lit...
Request book $108/night
San Angelo started as a small village outside of Fort Concho. Its original name was Santa Angela, named after a settler's wife.
Dos Rios Airstream
Dos Rios Airstream
100% – 5 Responses
Ashlee
Ashlee: This is by far the sweetest spot at Dos Rios. The fully renovated vintage Airstream is in tip top shap...
Request book $133/night
Clear Skies @ Lakeside Vineyard
Rachel
Rachel: I can think of few combinations that are better than camping, drinking wine, and lounging on a lakesid...
Request book $40/night
Consider yourself lucky if you see a Texas Horned Lizard on your trip; the lizard is currently listed as a threatened species in Texas.
Leopold Award winning ranch
Scottie
Scottie: Blue Mountain Peak Ranch offers a rare opportunity to see what Texas looked like before settlement. Ca...
Request book $200/night
Dos Rios Camping
Dos Rios Camping
96% – 48 Responses
Sam
Sam: Great location, Collin and Michaela were very helpful. We got in and found a spot to set up our tent. ...
Request book $25/night
Prairie dogs are social animals that live in "towns." The largest town ever covered 25,000 square miles with a population of 400 million.
Tent Camping at the Retreat
Stefanie
Stefanie: Pick your spot and pitch your tent on our 4 acres just outside of Bangs, TX. Several nice spots...
Direct book $20/night
Red Creek Nature Ranch
John
John: Choice of 2 modern cabins or rustic tent camping. 1000 acres of rugged, remote Western Texas Hill...
Direct book $120/night
The Jumano Indians, a nomadic bison-hunting tribe, once lived in the Pecos and Concho River valleys of Texas.
Drachenbau Farm
Walter
Walter: There are several tent and RV sites. Take your choice of near the pond, or on in fields. Dedicated...
Direct book $10/night
Buffalo Gap Ranch
Linda
Linda: Pitch your tent or park your RV/bus anywhere on the property. Soil does become muddy red clay if it...
Direct book $20/night
San Angelo State Park is home to 50 species of mammals and also houses the must-see Official Texas State Longhorn Herd.
Bus Camping at the Retreat
Carter
Carter: Staying at the bus at the JH retreat was pleasant, though the property is not one that I would go out ...
Direct book $40/night
165 Acres of Peace and Solitude
Janet
Janet: Experience pristine camping on 165 acres just minutes from a small community. Wildlife of deer, birds...
Request book $25/night
Cedar Grove Campground
The northernmost campground in the park, Cedar Grove is the closest on the way to the Callahan Divide...
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Council Bluff Campground
This site is meant just for RV’s. It has the most complete list of amenities other than the cabins at...
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Comanche Trails Campground
Right off of the lakeshore there’s a small loop of twenty campsites each with a picnic table, grill,...
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Willow Point Campground
Carolyn
Carolyn: Lovely little camping loop on the lake. Snag a site between 38 and 45 to be closest to the water. Not ...
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San Angelo Campground
Ryan
Ryan: Staff was great! I showed up just before 10pm and the gate was closed. I pulled over and tried to fig...
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Wagon Circle Campground
Tied for the least expensive campground in the park, along with Cedar Grove at $12 a night, this 35...
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