The Apache Park and Trail is a private park with rolling elevations of over 4,000 ft within the small town of Plateau, Texas with spectacular sunrises and sunsets. It's desert climate, breathtaking vistas, plateau views in every direction and a compelling history is a must to see! Visitors will be acquainted with the geology of the desert, and magnificent views of rock for
The Apache Park and Trail is a private park with rolling elevations of over 4,000 ft within the small town of Plateau, Texas with spectacular sunrises and sunsets. It's desert climate, breathtaking vistas, plateau views in every direction and a compelling history is a must to see! Visitors will be acquainted with the geology of the desert, and magnificent views of rock formationsns, panoramic vistas, and old Indian campsites; one of the locations where "Geronimo" the Medicine Man hideout for over 25 years against both the Mexican Soldiers and US Calvary in the early 1800's. The Apache Park and Trail "The Gateway to Beauty" a western paradise surrounded by the stunning and majestic intermountain views; Black Peak, the Apache Mountains, the Sierra Diablo, the Boracho Mountains and more.The Apache Park and Trail is within a ten minute drive from Van Horn, Texas, the county seat of Culberson designated as the "Crossroads of Texas Mountain Trail" by the State of Texas.In conjunction with Van Horn Horn, we are traveler friendly and also awaits visitors to Big Ben National Park, Fort Davis National Historic Site of the Buffalo Soldiers. the UT McDonald Observatory, Guadalupe National Park, Carlsbad Caverns and more!All vactioners, photographers, artists, desert botanists, explorers, rock hounds, fossil collectors, historians, amateur archaeologist and students will have the most unique experience imaginable into the history of Texas and America.
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Kiting, hand gliding
Deer, rabbits, wild horses
Natural features you'll find at Apache Park and Trail in Texas.
Not open to the public...however tours are available
Landowners private abode
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Quick accommodating lesson learned
The stay was short and very quickly put together, Uthman worked with me and made it possible. The park is beautiful, I was there in late July, but it was not HOT. It was also not to cold in the evening being in the Desert. I had a front wheel drive Ford Flex, I would recommend a 4WD to anyone else. I should have been more carful with the directions and should have turned left instead of right. Mobile service is spotty, especially when in between hills, ya gotta hike up to the top to get service, but what a beautiful hike. It was the most expensive Birthday I have ever spent on myself.
If remote dispersed camping is what you are looking for, Apache Park is it! Dark skies and clean desert to marvel at. Big sky sunrises and sunsets. The hosts were prompt and accommodating and made sure we enjoyed our stay. Truly special people.
A beautiful spot in west tx
Apache Park is a lovely and safe place to stay, close off Interstate 10. The host, Uthman, is trustworthy and welcoming. He made a nice campfire for us to enjoy under the stars. It was easy to access with our small SUV pulling a trailer, even getting in after dark. We hope to stop there again on our next cross-country trip.
Great primitive desert camping.
This is a very basic site - just a little flat spot with a great desert view. No amenities, but far enough from the freeway for a quiet night. Exactly what we were seeking. The road in was rough and dusty, but fine for a pickup. Uthman is a friendly, energetic guy who made us feel welcome.
A hidden historical gem in west tex
This was an excellent historical place for me and my family to come setup our camp for our private socially distance weekend getaway! The views were spectacular, the trails and hike were family friendly and the location was off the beaten road but easy to access and made us feel very safe and welcomed. We will definitely be coming back in December!