Pedernales Falls Campground

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About Pedernales Falls Campground

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Other than the youth group area, an equestrian group camp, and 2-mi. hike-in primitive sites, Pedernales Falls Campground is your one and only choice! 69 sites sit in the center of the park, all equipped with a picnic table, water and 30-amp electric, and many nearby amenities. Sites 11-20 are exceptionally close to a scenic overlook of Twin Falls, though all sites are pretty Read more...
Other than the youth group area, an equestrian group camp, and 2-mi. hike-in primitive sites, Pedernales Falls Campground is your one and only choice! 69 sites sit in the center of the park, all equipped with a picnic table, water and 30-amp electric, and many nearby amenities. Sites 11-20 are exceptionally close to a scenic overlook of Twin Falls, though all sites are pretty darn equidistant from all park activities!
Fires are allowed
Potable water is available
Pets are not allowed
  • Listing type: Public
  • No. of sites: 70
  • Phone: (830) 868-7304
  • Accessible by: Drive, Walk
  • Accommodation: Tent Only, Tent, Vehicles & RVs

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Hipcamper Christy

I initially booked a reservation for the primitive campsite (no pets) but decided to bring my dog with me at the last minute. Fortunately they were able to accommodate me in the regular camp area. The campsites are spaced apart and there are two shower facilities. Since I went in the off-season (January), there weren't too many campers there, which was nice. As a solo female traveler I felt safe at all times. There are also several trails next to the campgrounds if you don't feel like jumping in your car to drive around the park.

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Hipcamper Texas

Beautiful park with a diversity of trails, rivers and lagoons to explore. If you are visiting during the warmer months, be sure to watch out for snakes and carry a snake-bite kit if you have one. We've seen many Cottonmouth snakes hanging around the river near little coves.

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Hipcamper Trek

Wolf Mountain Trail is nike hike. If you go be sure and swing by Jones Spring. It's officially "off limits" and you should view it from the tail unless you're feeling a little bold.

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Hipcamper Kristen

We've gone hiking here over a dozen times as we used to live right down the road. It's dog friendly and many places for them to cool off and drink from the rivers, great swimming area lots of steal stairs but totally worth it! Wolf mountain is worth the hike too really beautiful and heavy wooded park. One of my favorite parks I hold close to my heart very family friendly!

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Hipcamper Katie

Sites can be close together, and this can be a party campground. Try to pick one away from other folks!

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Hipcamper michelle

Pedernales is a lovely spot, any time of year. I have gone in summer as well as in the rainy season to see the waters raging. Its amazing to see the difference between a peaceful river and falls, to the power behind a few stormy days. We like to make our way to the main falls and wander around, there are plenty of pools to jump over and explore. Great place for kids!

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Park
Pedernales Falls State Park
State
Texas
Phone Number
(830) 868-7304
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
30.299° N, 98.243° W
$10/night
Tent Only - Hike In: 1 Site
$20/night
Tent / RV / Trailer: 69 Sites