Camping near Shamrock

Camping near Shamrock is full of Red River adventures along old Route 66.

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Overview

Settle into campgrounds under the open Texas sky near the town of Shamrock, a historic Route 66 stop-off on the banks of the Red River. Shamrock RV parks provide off-leash dog runs, pull-through gravel campsites with full hookups, and easy access to local canoeing and boating. Snap a picture of Conoco Station & U-Drop Inn Cafe, the inspiration behind Ramone’s Body Shop in “Cars,” on the way to Lake Marvin and Black Kettle National Grassland in Oklahoma. Go hiking, hunting, and horseback riding before setting up for an overnight stay at a lakeside campground that includes potable water, picnic tables, and 30-amp electric hookups. Northwest of Shamrock, campers can spend a day on the beaches of Lake Meredith. Check in at camping areas with pull-through RV sites on the high plains of the Texas Panhandle or wooded campgrounds with firepits, free wifi, and electric and water hookups for big rigs. First-come, first-served tent camping is also available and provides access to non-potable water, dump stations, and restrooms.

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