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San Angelo State Park

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San Angelo State Park, Texas

Ditch the city of San Angelo for its backyard cousin, San Angelo State Park! Here’s a bit of history for ya: Native Americans lived in the area for some 18,000 years, starting with Paleo-American Read more...
Ditch the city of San Angelo for its backyard cousin, San Angelo State Park! Here’s a bit of history for ya: Native Americans lived in the area for some 18,000 years, starting with Paleo-American hunters of giant Ice Animals. Don’t worry, you won’t have to fend off any Mastodons or Sabre-Toothed Tigers to keep your site here, but you can find the presence of American Indian rock art, ancient animal tracks, and less massive, but still super cool bison and Texas longhorn. At 7,677 acres, there’s more than enough room for peeps to hike, bike, backpack, bring a horse, and even go on a hunting expedition for deer and turkey (with a State Park Annual Hunting Permit, of course) on over 50 miles of multiuse trails. For a taste of water on a steamy day, just head 10 minutes down the road to Lake Nasworthy or Twin Buttes Reservoir as the O.C. Fischer Lake is nearly barren due to a serious drought. Water or not, there’s still plenty of awesome in San Angelo that awaits your arrival!
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...
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Dos Rios Camping
Sam
Sam: Great location, Collin and Michaela were very helpful. We got in and found a spot to set up our tent....
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Stefanie
Stefanie: Spend the night in our school bus. It has access to electricity, a television (local channels only),...
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...
Red Creek Nature Ranch
John
John: Choice of 2 modern cabins or rustic tent camping. 1000 acres of rugged, remote Western Texas Hill...
Leopold Award winning ranch
Scottie
Scottie: Blue Mountain Peak Ranch offers a rare opportunity to see what Texas looked like before settlement....
Llano Springs Ranch
Lizzie
Lizzie: I'm still swooning from my stay at Llano Springs Ranch this past weekend. We had a three hour drive...
Dos Rios Airstream
Ashlee
Ashlee: This is by far the sweetest spot at Dos Rios. The fully renovated vintage Airstream is in tip top...
Dos Rios Cabin
Ashlee
Ashlee: My friends and I booked this cabin to be home base for our weekend of camping, which ended up being...
Mesquite Circle Campground
The campground at Lake Colorado City is comprised of three neighboring groupings: Mesquite Circle,...
Rolling Hills Campground
The campground at Lake Colorado City is comprised of three neighboring groupings: Mesquite Circle,...
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...
Four Sisters Ranch Camping
Will
Will: Either as a midway point on your way to/from Big Bend, or if you're just trying to get outta town,...
Abilene Campground
This 13-site plot also includes six additional sites in the Oak Grove Area. It has a restroom/shower...
Wagon Circle Campground
Tied for the least expensive campground in the park, along with Cedar Grove at $12 a night, this 35...
Cedar Grove Campground
The northernmost campground in the park, Cedar Grove is the closest on the way to the Callahan Divide...
Dos Rios Tiny Home
Ashlee
Ashlee: This little tiny house is so cute! Tucked away off from the main camping area, this house feels al...
Dark sky on 30 acres Tent
Janice
Janice : Pitch your tent anywhere on our private fenced in 30 acres which is surrounded like an island around...
Lake Cisco Lodge and Campground
Johnnie
Johnnie: Camp next to Lake Cisco in either a tent or a cave. Enjoy hiking trails, swimming, boating, and...
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...
South Llano River Hike In Campground
Strap on a backpack and boots to get to these campsites. The five primitive sites are located about 1....