The Indian Lodge is closed for renovations. The hiking is top-notch. The Sheep Pen Canyon Loop Trail requires a sign-in at the park office. The campsites are nestled in the valley. One of our favorite parks in Texas.
$16 to stay, even though there are no hookups. There are a couple of restrooms, and water spigots. Close access to several trails, including the Hot Springs Trail. General Store nearby with wifi connection (no service in the campground). Close to port-of-entry to Boquillas, Mexico. Worth the trip across the river ($5 row boat).
FREE. No connections, but well-marked sites, and a sketchy outhouse. Old abandoned fire tower marks the spot. Several trails leading out of the camp. Close to McClellanville (historic shrimping community). Close to Charleston.
Beautiful. The water is great, the beach is white. Worth renting a kayak to check out dolphins, turtles, fish and even some small hammerhead sharks in the shallow water. Spots are decent sized. Hookups are great.