53420 State Highway 118, Terlingua TX 79852 is the location ofCoyote Cossing.
Convenient and scenic, the 21 acre Dry Primitive Tent Area just a mile or so from Gas, Food, Post Office, Hardware Store, Horse Back Rides, River Tour Guides, Outfitters, local craft, and Art. Be sure to bring your guitar and scratch off a bucket list must do with a visit to the bench on the front
53420 State Highway 118, Terlingua TX 79852 is the location of Coyote Cossing.
Convenient and scenic, the 21 acre Dry Primitive Tent Area just a mile or so from Gas, Food, Post Office, Hardware Store, Horse Back Rides, River Tour Guides, Outfitters, local craft, and Art. Be sure to bring your guitar and scratch off a bucket list must do with a visit to the bench on the front porch of the Trading Post, in the historic ghost town district. Roberts back yard is a great location for your Basecamp during any adventure. Be sure to avoid asking him about his Adventures, Town gossip or even Paranormal activities cause he will talk your ear off and have ya questioning his or even your sanity.... lol. Cue the Banjos.
- 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
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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.
Our stay at coyote crossing!
Because of the government shut down, my boyfriend and I were scrambling to find a place to camp. We did not want to stay in the state park as most of the good sites were taken. We went into Terlingua, got on the WiFi and found Coyote Crossing. Booking it was so easy and within in minutes, we had an email with the address. It was only 10 minutes from where we were so we jumped in the car and headed over so we could get to the Federal park as soon as possible. Our gps told us we were there at two different occasions, but then we saw a big sign out front of the house, plain as day. Upon arrival, Rob greeted us. He was super friendly and walked us around the terrain. There are plenty of places to camp. You can go down farther and have a more private area or you can be closer to the road/Rob’s house. He’s fine with either! He has two extremely friendly dogs that love some good pets, if you’re into that kind of thing. He keeps them away from you if you don’t. My boyfriend and I were able to come and go as we please and we had an incredible view of the mountains and the stars. I highly recommend staying here if you want to be as close to the park as possible without staying inside. Thanks for the hospitality, Rob. Hope to see you again!
Rob and Coyote Crossing completely surpassed our expectations. We had a WONDERFUL stay! Because of the government shutdown we were forced to find a different campground out of the national park and we are so happy we stumbled upon this one!! Rob was a great host, very friendly and helpful. The spot was perfectly distanced from everything. 100/100 recommend!