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Good campsite for some quiet. The individual spots are pretty far apart so it was quiet and I didn't feel crowded at all. It was nice having the picnic table for cooking and eating. The camp isn't that close to the trails so I drove a short distance for daily hiking. There was a water source in the campsite only a short walk away. As noted in the description, the nearest restrooms and showers are about 3/4 of a mile away. I would stay here again.
Beautiful and decently secluded campsites. Each site comes with a fire pit and a little picnic shelter. The mosquitoes and flies can be bad around dusk, but go away with the sun. The park is pretty breathtaking and I would recommend it to anyone who hasn't been. If you're lucky, you might have a coyote howl wakeup call!
Best campground for tents in Palo Duro. Water available at the campsites and each are relatively secluded from each other. Great views from the campsites. Restrooms and showers available Mesquite Camp Area.
Wow! Did not expect to stumble across this canyon during our cross-country caravaning voyage. We walked around all day (bring sooooo much water) and saw one of the prettiest sunsets! Later this week we went to see the grand canyon, and though nothing compares to that, this canyon was in no way disappointing- it was very colorful and impressive!