Description

The Roadrunner Flat Primitive Campground is about as close to sleeping in a cave as you’ll get (minus the cave part). Fifteen sites have a fire ring, picnic table and tent pad, as well as restrooms nearby (yeah, it’s actually very different from staying in a cave…) Use the modern, un-cavelike amenities as you wish when you get back from exploring miles of trail in the park. Continue reading...
The Roadrunner Flat Primitive Campground is about as close to sleeping in a cave as you’ll get (minus the cave part). Fifteen sites have a fire ring, picnic table and tent pad, as well as restrooms nearby (yeah, it’s actually very different from staying in a cave…) Use the modern, un-cavelike amenities as you wish when you get back from exploring miles of trail in the park. Just don’t go too far, you might end up in Mexico!
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans
No. of sites
15
RV details
Not specified
RV hookups
None
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 8 people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Picnic table available
Cave
Desert
Beach
Forest
Hot spring
Lake
Redwoods
River, stream or creek
Swimming hole
Waterfall
Biking
Hiking
Boating
Fishing
Horseback riding
Paddling
Wind sports
OHV
Climbing
Snow sports
Surfing
Swimming
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching
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Hipcamper Erin
Erin
didn't provide a recommendation.
January 16th, 2015

Seminole Canyon is a stunning hidden gem. During the day, take a hike on the beautiful rim trail and enjoy scenic views of the landscape, and at night look at some of the brightest stars you have ever seen, with an unobstructed view of the sky. The park itself does not get much traffic, so you may have the entire campground and most of the park to yourself like our group did. The canyon itself is beautiful, and makes you feel like you are standing at the top of the vast Texas plains. If you take the tour into the canyon, you can see some of the best representations of historic cave paintings. This park is absolutely worth checking out!

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Hipcamper Lavender
Lavender
didn't provide a recommendation.
October 14th, 2015

Roadrunners. Stars. One other person in the entire park. Pitch your tent here at night, and hike the Rim Trail/Rio Grande Trail early and go peer into Mexico, because once the cloud cover burns off, the sun is relentless. At night javelinas can be heard in the canyon, in which hiking is allowed with a guide only down to the pictograph site. Seminole Canyon was a wonderful discovery, and feels truly remote.

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Park
Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site
State
Texas
Phone Number
(432) 292-4464
Directions
View on Google Maps
Official Website
View Website
Coordinates
29.695° N, 101.319° W
$8/night
Tent / Van: 15 Sites
(Up to 8 people per site)