Maverick Ranch RV Park, near Big Bend National Park, features full hook-ups, wireless Internet access, clean bathrooms with private showers, laundry facilities, general store and a swimming pool. Additionally a community center is available for group gatherings and pool parties.
Maverick Ranch RV Park offers 101 sites, including 60 pull-through sites. In addition, 18 "Primitive Wilderness Campsites" are available for those interested in a true tent camping experience. There are no hook-ups available in the eighteen tent sites, but a world of adventure awaits you and your party.
Beautiful RV park located in Lajitas. It has an outdoor pool and when we went in May, the water was cold but it was nice to float in the pool. The staff were very helpful. It was already starting to get hot at the beginning of May.
The stars are so bright at night and you can easily see the milky way galaxy.
This park maybe out in the middle of nowhere but what a slice of heaven! Beautifully maintained, large sites and very clean restrooms and laundry facilities. Love this place!
The skies at night are big and bright….deep in the heart of Texas! This is a beautiful - completely off the beaten path - well lots of amenities campground. We were there over Memorial Weekend, expecting it to be crowded, it was not. They have 101 camping spots for RV's - plenty of room to spread out. Big spaces can accommodate any size rig. We were pleasantly surprised with the lounge and swimming area, well kept, clean, everything you could need.
If you need groceries, bring them with you, there is a small local store that caters high end good products, but not a lot of them. One local restaurant, one local bar, all part of the resort - if you want to golf, horseback ride, hike, all is available. The nearest anything though is Terlingua (which isn't much.)
What is great about the park is that it is the best available camping near Big Bend National Park. Big Bend is huge and beautiful, lots of water, hot springs, 4 wheel drive trails - it's a park that has a lot of history too. Go there, and go to the Big Bend State Park too - lots of local color.