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Caprock Canyons State Park offers nearly 90 miles of trails that make up the Trailway, all open to bikers. Ride past stunning r...Read more
Lake Theo in Caprock Canyons State Park covers 120 surface acres and is a great spot for taking in the surroundings by boat.
Cast a line off one of Lake Theo's fishing piers or launch a boat to fish for rainbow trout and catfish. For the full stocking ...Read more
Caprock Canyons State Park has nearly 90 miles of trails that wind through plains and canyons, known as the Trailway. The Trail...Read more
Feel yourself transported to the Wild West as you ride your horse through the rugged landscape of Caprock Canyons State Park.14...Read more
The canyons in Caprock Canyons State Park are filled with solid rocks for bouldering. For more information and difficulty level...Read more
Take a dip in Lake Theo after a long hike along the Trailway and set up a lunchtime BBQ at one of the lake's picnic areas, whic...Read more
In addition to the well-known herd of South Plains bison, a popular activity at Caprock Canyons State Park is to hike to Clarit...Read more
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Stayed here with a group of friends for Memorial Day weekend 2017, the first night the wind was CRAZY, kept me up all night although I am a light sleeper. We even chatted with some other campers and their tent had blown away! The next two nights were super easy and chill though. About a mile hike in, and we arrived there during the hottest part of the day so it was a little sweaty but overall an easy hike. It felt like Moab in Texas! The area was gorgeous, and the hiking was fun. No defined camp sites, so we kinda wandered a bit to find a flat area. The composting toilet was in a little outhouse, stocked with toilet paper. I'd definitely recommend this camping area and park! If you get hot easily, like me, I'd visit in the Fall/Winter!:)
It's about a mile hike to the campsite, easy with very moderate inclines. There is a composting toilet that always had toilet paper when I was there. Plenty of room to spread out - you can wander a bit into the surrounding area to find some seclusion. The scenery around the sight is just gorgeous, and it's well situated to hit all the key hiking trails in the park. I would definitely recommend this underrated State Park and this campground in particular.