Offered near the campground.
Over 40 miles of trails cross through the grasslands of Government Canyon. The paths are well-maintained, perfect for mountain ...Read more
Hiking at Government Canyon is not recommended for the indecisive. There are so many options to choose from! Over fifteen trail...Read more
The endangered golden-cheeked warbler is a native to these parts, but that’s not the only wildlife you’ll find here. Beautiful ...Read more
Drop some Frontcountry Campground knowledge on us.
These are all walk-in campsites and can be a bit tedious if you have a lot of gear and your site is further away. All of them have tables but mostlybuse the trees for shelter. Be sure and check the weather because the area can tend to flash flood.
We have camped here twice. Nice hiking, but if you have dogs, they are allowed only on the front country trails. There are still plenty of hiking trails to hike with your dog in the front country. Each campsite has a fire ring, camp storage box, picnic table, and has ample room. The "G" next to the numbered campsites stands for group camping, as we found out recently LOL.
- Phone Number
- (210) 688-9055
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- 29.551° N, 98.756° W
- Tent Only - Hike In: 23 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)
- Tent Only - Group - Hike In: 2 Sites (Up to 16 people per site)