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Seco Ridge Campgrounds

14 sites · Lodging, Tents42 acres · Utopia, TX
EXPERIENCE UTOPIA Private, family-friendly campgrounds in the Texas Hill Country. Great views, and just minutes from Garner State Park and Lost Maples State Natural Area. We offer 3 different types of camping experiences, so be sure to check out all of our listings. Message us if you have any questions regarding bookings during the Texas 2'clipse dates: 10/14/23 (annular eclipse) and 4/8/24 (total solar eclipse). We will be in the path of total darkness for both! -PRIMITIVE TENT CAMPING SITES- Want to get back to nature? Our secluded primitive tent camping sites are for you. Includes tent pad, fire ring, access to Community Kitchen & our Shower Haus (aka bathrooms & showers). 14-day maximum per month. -Ridge Site- Maybe you'd like to get back to nature in style? Enjoy our Ridge Site with Cargo Tent - complete with a fire ring, table and chairs, and swings. This site does not include a bed. -THE BUNKHAUS- Looking to get back to nature with all the creature comforts? Check out our Bunkhaus that sleeps 4, including a queen size bed and a set of bunk beds. The Bunkhaus has electricity, A/C and Wifi. ALL OF OUR CAMPING EXPERIENCES INCLUDE ACCESS TO: • Communal Kitchen (sinks, fridge, grills, etc.) • The Shower Haus (flushing toilets, sinks, and hot showers) • The Tree House Play Area AROUND UTOPIA • Experience driving on the 'The Twisted Sisters' (Ranch Roads, 335. 336, and 337). • Garner State Park • Lost Maples State Natural Area • Tubing the Frio River • Sabinal River • Horseback Riding • Sabinal County Museum • Frio Bat Flight • Utopia Community Park - picnic, swim & fish under the enormous cypress trees. • Dine at Lost Maples Café, The Lunchbox, or take the 20 min drive to Mac & Ernie's Roadside Eatery in Tarpley, Tx (featured on Food Network)
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Fort Clark Springs

11 sites · Tents2700 acres · Brackettville, TX
Fort Clark began as a US Army Post in 1852; built beside the Las Moras Springs, to defend settlers along the Pecos Trail.  In service until 1947, Fort Clark was a cavalry fort and home of the famed Black Seminole Indian Scouts; as well as every historic Buffalo Soldier regiment in the US Army.  During WWII, it was headquarters for the 2nd Cavalry Division and it housed more than 3000 German POWs.  The old Army Guardhouse is now a museum. MOVIE BUFFS:  Movies filmed on the fort and in the surrounding area include:  The Alamo (John Wayne), Lonesome Dove, Streets of Laredo, The Good Old Boys, Barbarossa, Arrowhead & more!Fort Clark Springs is now a 2700 acre leisure living community bordering US Hwy 90 at Brackettville, Texas; approximately 140 miles due west of San Antonio, Texas.The Fort sits at the head of the Las Moras Spring which has been generating millions of gallons of pure, cold sparkling water for over 12,000 years.  It also sits on a portion of the Great Comanche War Trail between Naciamento, Mexico and Oklahoma.  The spring has always been a lifeline for a multitude of cultures and wildlife.  Some of these include a number of different tribes, buffalo, deep antelope and large herds of native mustangs.  The spring forms a stunning little valley and creates a natural habitat that allows native semi-tropical vendure and the finest specimens of Live Oak, Pecans and White Oak trees to flourish.  Today, it also home to large herds of axis and whitetail deer, turkey, javelinas, feral hogs and is a birders' paradise as well; as it sits on the western migratory bird path.Learn more about this land:Pitch your tent along the Las Moras Creek under 150+ year old oak trees - exactly where the famed Black Seminole Indian Scouts lived and rode with the US Cavalry; defending settlers and travelers from Comanche along the Pecos Trail. Explore Fort Clark - home to every historic buffalo soldier regiment in the US Army, the Black Seminole Indian Scouts; as well as almost every US cavalry regiment.  After almost 100 years in service, the army post closed (1852 - 1947) and was eventually rehabilitated into a 2700 acre leisure living community, at the edge of West Texas.  Historical markers dot the 21+ miles of hiking/biking trails on the Fort.The original US Army Guardhouse is now a museum; and along with the largest privately owned historic district west of the Mississippi River, it awaits your exploration.  6 State Parks/National Recreation Areas - all within an hour drive - also await you.  Visit the millions of freetail bats at Kickapoo Caverns, the wilds of the Pecos River and Seminole Canyon, tube the Frio River, bass fish at Lake Amistad, explore 21+ miles of hiking trails on the Fort, or just relax by the 3rd largest spring-fed pool in Texas.  (68 degrees year round).  NOTE:  Over 100 movies/TV shows/music videos have been filmed on the fort and in Kinney County including:  The Alamo (John Wayne) , Arrowhead, Two Rode Together, Bandelero, The Good Old Boys and Bad Girls.  Campsites are named after movies made here and in Kinney County.Although located directly next to the RV Park, the campground is separate, with its own bathhouse and has its own vibe of quiet peacefulness.  Axis and whitetail deer walk and graze through the campground year round, as well as large turkey flocks.  Picnic tables, fire rings and shower rooms are also available.Campers may fish the Las Moras Creek (catch & release) with no license needed.  Tent camping here at Fort Clark is very relaxed with large unstructured campsites and a very peaceful relaxed feel to the entire campground.
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Rustic camp on the Mexican border

26 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · TX
Situated 15 minutes from the Port of Entry from Mexico, and 20 minutes from the only Texas casino, the Turtle Ranch is a great waypoint between a series of gorgeous South Texas adventure spots, like the mountains of Garner State Park, the Rivers of Seminole Canyon or the splendid isolation of Big Bend National Park. Originally this was a sheep ranch spanning 1000s of acres. Until the 1980s, migrant workers came to work the sheep, deliver the lambs, and sheer the mamas. In the 50s, the original owner built a small cabin near the main homestead for his oldest son and his new bride, hoping they would stay on to run the ranch, but as youth often do, they left in search of a different type of life. We were fortunate to have opportunity to purchase the cabin and expand to a 3 bedroom home using materials from the original 100+ years ranch house that we carefully dismantled. We moved in a small herd of Dorper sheep, in an attempt to restore some of the original feel of the ranch. Dorpers grow hair, not wool, so they shed and don't require shearing. We delivered our first lamb, Lyle, on February 10, 2021. Frick, our mighty Mexican longhorn bull, manages the small cattle herd that gives the ranch a real Texas feel. He's quite people friendly and loves to poke his head over the fence to pose for photos. The mighty tortoises that inspired the name of the ranch are Juke and Rocky, 30 year old brothers who weigh close to 200 lbs each and will likely outlive us. There are a number of other turtles, wild and domestic, on the property. Guests may feed the big torts and other animals for amazing photo opportunities.
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Rio Frio Rv Park & Campsites

1 site · RV, Tent14 acres · Rio Frio, TX
Frio River(Rio Frio) winds through the Texas Hill Country- enjoy clear spring-fed waters. View big cypress trees, birds and wildlife. Our property is ideal for families to enjoy swimming, fishing or tubing. Two campsites with electricity / water or primitive camping; toilet area for campers. 7 RV area as well.
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Rio Frio RV Park

1 site · Tent16 acres · Rio Frio, TX
We are a newly renovated family-owned and operated RV Park and Campground in Rio Frio, Texas sitting on 15 acres along the Frio River. ​ Our guests can expect new amenities and facilities in a beautiful location with an intimate setting. We are conveniently located 5 miles south of Leakey, Texas and only 5 minutes from Garner State Park. ​ With access to the Frio River, amazing amenities, and plenty to do nearby, this trip will be a stay where memories are made!
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The Chapman Ranch

1 site · RV, Tent756 acres · Knippa, TX
Experience a historic, 700+ acre family ranch in the heart of beautiful Texas hill country. It is located conveniently off of Highway 127, near Concan, Texas, neighboring the Frio River. Following a long history as a working ranch and dry land farm, today, the Chapman Ranch is an ideal venue for: - private camp and RV sites - deer and bird watching - special outdoor events See chapmanranch.org for more information on the Chapman Ranch.
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Sabinal, TX Solar Eclipse Camp Out

40 sites · Tents100 acres · Sabinal, TX
---Camping for 2024 Eclipse--- Camping Along the Sabinal River, 1.5 miles from the town of Sabinal, Texas. Over 100 acres of land to spread out and enjoy your own space. The property is covered with native vegetation, including Live Oak trees, Cypress Trees, Mesquite and many other natives. Dry camping with porta potties and 1 flush toilet available. No showers available.
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If you're looking for a camping adventure near La Pryor, Texas, Hipcamp has over 395 options to choose from. You can find campsites starting as low as $20 per night, with an average price of $35 per night. For top-rated campsites, check out Lost Woods (380 reviews), Al's Hideaway (139 reviews), and Cupgrass (81 reviews). Amenities like showers, cooking equipment, and toilets are popular, and you can enjoy activities such as wind sports, hiking, and off-roading (OHV). Happy camping!

If you're looking for a camping adventure near La Pryor, Texas, Hipcamp has over 395 options to choose from. You can find campsites starting as low as $20 per night, with an average price of $35 per night. For top-rated campsites, check out Lost Woods (380 reviews), Al's Hideaway (139 reviews), and Cupgrass (81 reviews). Amenities like showers, cooking equipment, and toilets are popular, and you can enjoy activities such as wind sports, hiking, and off-roading (OHV). Happy camping!

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