Not for those that want a privacy. But if ya want to be close to everything and easy to get to. right on the highway.. Location is 53420 Highway 118. Dont rely on your GPS down here. We are one mile north of Study Butte on the West side of 118 with a green canoe in the front yard..We are not responsible for your health. NOT RESPONSIBLE. if ya dont like it or dont agree th
Not for those that want a privacy. But if ya want to be close to everything and easy to get to. right on the highway.. Location is 53420 Highway 118. Dont rely on your GPS down here. We are one mile north of Study Butte on the West side of 118 with a green canoe in the front yard..We are not responsible for your health. NOT RESPONSIBLE. if ya dont like it or dont agree then you are not invited. If you agree then you are invited to book a stay. We are a local family that stays here full time. NO Parties . Quiet Time is enforced and you will be kicked out. NO FIRES. NO FIREWORKS. This is for camping only. BUT, with all that said, I am happy to help out in anyway to ensure your camping experience is a good one. short RV's only. kinda tight for the big ones..We got Wifi. No water or dump. Dry 50 amp 30 amp on the highway just a mile from town. Plenty of space for your toys. Host on site. Directly on Highway 118 just north of Bee Mountain and Study Butte. Across the street from Willow Moutain. Next to the white tiny home.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- 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 RV Crossing in Texas.
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Rob is THE MAN.
We arrived at Coyote Crossing at about 2 AM on a Friday. Rob came out, greeted us, and pointed us in the right direction for our site (with hookups). After coming back out to check on us (while me and two other girls were trying to push our camper by hand through the sand) he offered to help us push our camper into our site. Not only did Rob “help” us he practically moved our trailer by himself with his superhuman strength, SHOELESS. Hands down the coolest person we met on the trip and the best hipcamp host. This was my second time staying at Coyote Crossing and I’ll be back! 10/Tent would recommend!
The best place to be in big bend
Highly Recommended! Excellent location! Rob is a great host and very accommodating. We are so happy we found Coyote Crossing. We couldn't have had a better experience. I highly recommend RV or tent camping at Coyote Crossing rather than in the park or, at the other options around the town of Terlingua. The sites are spacious and the 360 degree views from wherever you park your RV or pitch a tent are spectacular! The entrance of the Big Bend National Park and Big Big Ranch State Park are only a short distance. There is a small grocery with everything you could ever need, a gas station, hardware store, restaurants, etc. all nearby making this a perfect central location to enjoy everything the whole area has to offer