We now have Wifi. We are one mile north of Study Butte and 3 miles from the West Gate Entrance of Big Bend National Park. Our address is 53420 Highway 118. Look for Coyote Crossing Sign on the West side of 118. We are a local family that stays here full time and Happy to share our Back Yard. Just please dont trespass on our neighbors and dont go beyond the purple Mar
We now have Wifi. We are one mile north of Study Butte and 3 miles from the West Gate Entrance of Big Bend National Park. Our address is 53420 Highway 118. Look for Coyote Crossing Sign on the West side of 118. We are a local family that stays here full time and Happy to share our Back Yard. Just please dont trespass on our neighbors and dont go beyond the purple Markers.. Most enjoy staying with us because of the convenient location. Just a mile or so from Gas, Food, Post Office, Hardware Store, Horse Back Rides, River Tour Guides, Outfitters, local craft, and Art. We have two old fashion out houses, an area the size of a football field for you to set up your tent. Pack it in , pack it out. Trash Dumpster up front for your use. Weather permitting we do allow a campfire on a rare occasion. Just ask. Roberts back yard is a great location for your Basecamp during any adventure.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Coyote Crossing in Texas.
The vibe at Coyote Crossing
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Great place to camp. The host was very friendly and made sure we had everything we needed. Site was close to stores and restaurants but isolated enough to provide privacy. Definitely recommend.
Rustic, secluded, close to big bend
Rob's dispersed rustic camp area was perfect for what I wanted. Located less than 10 minutes drive from the Big Bend Nat'l Park entrance. There is a port-a-john and dumpster at the front, and no other services. You drive back into the property and it feels very secluded. I did hear the coyotes at night in the distance. Amazing spot to watch the stars and sunrise. Rob was very friendly and greeted me upon arrival and explained the situation. Terlingua can be windy so factor that in to your thought process. I'll camp here again.
Rob's property was stunningly beautiful. We were the only campers that night, so we had the entire area to ourselves. There is zero protection from the sun/heat, as you are of course in the middle of the desert. Sunrise and sunset were jaw-dropping.
Where do I begin when it comes to reviewing this perfect campsite? Rob is the most friendly incredibly hospitable host you will ever meet; he happily gave us a tour of his beautiful land and allowed us to set up camp anywhere we wanted. We were in awe of the stunning views in every direction we looked. Rob has done an incredible job creating a smooth road to all the campsites and we had no problem driving our rv along it. The area is rich with fossils and we loved spending time fossil hunting along the hills. The sunset was breathtaking; it lit up the red mountain making for stunning views. The one day we stayed flew by too fast and we can't wait to go back to stay at this perfect gem of a campsite
Stars shine bright at coyote crossi
Perfect for our truck camper!
Coyote Crossing has great variety of spots! Some are tucked back into the property and require a little off-roading and others are nice and close to the entrance of the property for easy in and out access (for a bigger less agile rig). Inquire about available electrical hookup!
Gorgeous scenery, space and privacy
Beautiful setup. No water, minimalistic outhouse. Great scenery, just 10 minutes from big bend’s west entrance. Way better than any competing spot on that side. Camp host was awesome.