Located in Southern Most Section of Terlingua Ranch, within eyesight of the Mexican Border, National, and State Parks. Easy to find, just across from Willow Mountain, one of the most photograph natural features in Big Bend. Traveling highway 118 you will see the Entrance at address 53420, just north 1 mile of the outfitters and gas station. Every night the coyotes would cross the road and come for a visit..Thus the name Coyote Crossing.. With dreams of a tiny home and campground, we continue to improve on the land every day and love to share it with others. When arriving at night it will be very dark.. very few lights in use, dark sky's are protected in Big Bend.. so it may be hard to find. but we are directly on the highway on the west side of 118. Coyote Crossing is on a small red sign at the entrance. Trash Dumpster up front for your use. No collecting rocks, cactus or wood to burn... NO TRACE, leave it as you find it..
Terlingua, Texas, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Rob C.Joined in June 2018
342 ratings · 307 reviews
September 13, 2022
The land was great for stars and the host was excellent. I’d recommend to any of my friends going to the area
August 17, 2022
Pretty camping! Friendly owner!
Perfect property to camp at! There’s a compost toilet type set up and the ground has been cleared to drive in. I got my van stuck in sand and he was easy to access and help me out! Super helpful out there where alpine is the closest tow. Beautiful sunset area and Mountain View’s. About 12mins from the big bend border.
August 7, 2022
We had the whole place to ourselves. Super private. Great views from the campsite. Amazing place to watch the sunset. Good toilet situation. Highly recommend
July 14, 2022
The land was very pretty and there was several campsites to choose from. We were the only ones there. The bathroom set up was pretty nice. Refreshing after using national park toilets
July 13, 2022
Super cute little entrance area! Liked the privacy and views of scenic bluffs the area afforded. Super soft dirt too (which was nice, cuz I forgot a sleeping pad)
June 20, 2022
Awesome experience at coyote crossing! We happen to be the only campers and it was magical. Not a soul in site in the middle of nowhere. We saw Stars at night and Great views of sunset. I love that we were not assigned to any spot and we got to choose for ourselves and most of the spots have a pre-made fire pit dug out with rocks. There is also this cool little area that has leftover pots/pans and grills from past campers for future/present campers to use. Perfect distance from town. The campground also has some fun little spots you can “hike” and look for rocks, etc. This is THE spot if you want that true camp out experience.