Your very own 10 acre site with 50 amps and easy access via a long, private, gravel driveway from the main, paved, Terlingua Ranch road. It offers peace and quiet with plenty of room to roam and 360 degree views of the surrounding desert mountains, including Corazone Peak, Nine Point, Christmas, Hen Egg, and others. There is an old stone cabin on the property that was built
Your very own 10 acre site with 50 amps and easy access via a long, private, gravel driveway from the main, paved, Terlingua Ranch road. It offers peace and quiet with plenty of room to roam and 360 degree views of the surrounding desert mountains, including Corazone Peak, Nine Point, Christmas, Hen Egg, and others. There is an old stone cabin on the property that was built by hunters in the early 80's. The interior of the cabin is unusable at this time (no access is permitted), but there is a new 50/30/20 amp RV service plug next to it that can accommodate almost any camping vehicle. The cabin also has a flat, fenced yard that would be suitable to pitch tents, a 20 foot shade awning with a rustic table, and a steel-lined, stone firepit. This is a Dark Sky designated area with jaw-dropping views of the stars. The property contains a variety of desert plants and wildlife. Terlingua Ranch Lodge is only 15 very scenic minutes away with a pool, restaurant, showers and laundry facilities. The towns of Study Butte and Terlingua are 20 minutes away, and offer more restaurant choices, as well as groceries and gas. These communities are also the gateway to Big Bend National Park and Big Bend State Park.
Please note that electricity is the only utility available at this site. There is no water, sewer (or toilet of any kind), or trash service.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We had a great time here. The host is definitely not exaggerating when he calls the view of the night sky “jaw dropping.” When the moon set, the stars came alive! We spent the day trekking around Big Bend National Park, so we were excited to be staying only 30 minutes from the front gate of the park. The directions to the campsite, and Google Maps link worked perfectly, so we had no issues finding the place. We hope we’ll get to return to Casa de Cazadores very soon!
I offer the following as helpful info for future campers, and not as a critique of the place:
It might be a good idea to bring a portable car battery charger. We had zero cell phone coverage (which is a plus in our book), but I spent a lot of time double and triple checking the dome lights in the car to make sure we didn’t get stuck (we didn’t, but not for my kids’ lack of trying).
The ground is very rocky, so if you’re planning on pitching a tent, bring a stake mallet (although the lumber by the fire pit worked well in a pinch).
The campsite was really beautiful! There is a firepit and a table provided that can be used. There is a hunting cabin/trailer about 500 feet away from the site, but we didn't hear anything during our stay and once it gets dark you cannot see the trailer. The view at night is incredible!