Texas Springs Campground
Mea H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 22, 2022

A wonderfully deserty atmosphere

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[Rig. Mercedes Sprinter. 22 feet]

Dump station? - Yes Water fill? - Yes Clean site? - Yes Clean bathroom? - Yes Flush toilet? - Yes Showers? - No Laundry? - Haha no Dish washing sink? - Yes

These sites are first-come-first-served.

Be mindful this is a very popular park in a desert. No, there isn’t shade. Yes, the sites are very close together. But I liked this campground. It had a good deserty atmosphere. Not to mention it was an actual campground not a parking lot.

Do not come expecting you’ll be able to shower in your outdoor shower. Park rangers walked around and had everyone take them down. We have a shower in our van so this wasn’t an issue for us but our neighbors were very disappointed.

Bring a variety of tent stakes! We had an extreme wind advisory for 2 days with gusts up to 55 mph. Tents were literally tumbling around the campground. Store things in the tent to at least weigh it down.

Just a reminder, don’t shine your white flashlights in camper faces. Avoid using white lights all together if possible. Use red lights. The campground is compact and your flashlight is in everyone’s line of sight.

It’s basic and served it’s purpose well. No red flags. 4-stars

  • Site 45
  • The wind knocked it over.  Site 45 is the van on right.
  • Site 45
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