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This is a great site (but not as cool as Chisos). It near the River and the hot springs. It’s very hot here and a lot of mosquitos. There’s a small general store with food, ice, and fuel - but they close at 5pm.
What an experience! Make sure you book in advance because it’s always busy. It up in the mountains so it got really cold in the morning. Also, final tip is to plan your camping for when there is little to no moon in the sky - the view of the stars is incredible!
It was very peaceful and spacious. Beautiful scenery in front of the mountains.
Affordable. All utilities worked, though there were a few power surges (likely due to a few storms in the area). Wi-Fi was blazing fast, exceeding 60Mbps down and 20Mbps up. Highly recommended.
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Really enjoyed this campsite but the wind was INTENSE. So intense that we needed one person to weigh down a tent for the other to use the restroom (yes the tents were staked down). Gorgeous views... but the wind was the main conversation topic as it kept us up a majority of the night. It wasn’t…
Covered picnic table and grill. Ample room for tents.
Chisos Basin sites are always great. Restrooms and showers nearby with potable water.
Absolutely loved this place. It was very quiet and the sky’s were amazing. I was able to take some amazing pictures at night. Will stay again if we pass through again.
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It's a drove but worth the seclusion. Zero facilities, or shade, a bear box in the unlikely time a bear may be close. Make sure you can be self-sufficient, had had a great time in our GX it performed flawlessly getting to the site which actually has three "spaces". We camped in early July 2019…
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The javelina can knock over your campsite if you're not careful.
A remote campsite at the end of the road. Its accessible by most vehicles. You can see the mountains all around you but this site is flat with no shelter or windbreaks of any kind.
Nice and quiet at the end of the road. There will be no thru traffic here. It's less sheltered than telephone canyon #1 however. The road getting here is very rough. 4x4 recommended. High clearance needed
Beautiful campsite. It's better than PC 1 and 2. Nice and quiet. This would make a great Basecamp due to its location in the center of the park.
My friends and I camped here for 2 nights on site #1 to be able to visit Big Bend National Park (about a 45 minute drive away). It's a very rocky road to get there off the highway (follow the written directions from the owner, they're very helpful!), but there's plenty of space for multiple cards…
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