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26 Reviews of 7 Borrachio, Texas Campgrounds

CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 31, 2021

Love Big Bend Ranch State Park

There's a little confusion when you drive in to this campground. As another reviewer states, the entrance into Lower Madera is not clear although Upper is well marked.

The lower campground has a loop of sites #1 to 15 and then 2 separate, much larger sites #16 and #17. You make a reservation on…

  • Sunset over our site
  • Sign that you can't see until after you turn off the river road!
  • View of our site 16 and 17 in the background and the loop way in the back and also upper Madera and the outhouses
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Site16
Month of VisitApril
CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 26, 2021

Tascate

We were here 2/20/21 to 2/26/21. Weather was great, mid 70's during the day, 40 to 50 at night. 

Horrible roads, takes forever to get anywhere! We loved the Isolation, saw very few people unless we went into the Ranger Station. Bathrooms and showers very clean, although never used showers. Bring…

  • Longhorn came to visit camp
  • Ray on the trail
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SiteTascate 2
Month of VisitMarch
Matt T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 14, 2021

The Other Side Of Nowhere

If you are looking to get out into the backcountry of Big Bend and truly experience it’s vast remoteness & beauty, then this is one of the best places to do just that. The hiking is incredible & the wildlife is amazing, Black Bears, mountain lions, javelinas, coyotes, big horn sheep, rattle…

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Shari  G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 3, 2021

On the Way to Nowhere...and Perfect!

Big Bend National Park had no open campsites, like none, but Big Bend Ranch State Park (right next door) had multiple options, all with good road access. We were surprised and delighted!

The information on the State Park website is confusing at best. Much of the park lies along poor dirt roads…

  • Makin some music as the sun goes down!
  • Each site has a lovely sun shelter.
  • Super clean composting toilets.
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Site6
Month of VisitMarch
Lisa S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Feb. 24, 2021

Rio Grande Access

Stayed at Grassy Bank (this is not an “interior primitive site”)off and on over a three weeks period in mid to late Feb. 2021. There are 17 designated sites and several dispersed. All numbered sites are large, offer moderate to total privacy, and all have cabanas, picnic tables, and fire rings. #15…

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Summer H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 25, 2021

Awesome Primative Escape

We went out here for a four day primitive site stay in Javelin. If you love solitude this place is right up your alley. We chose Big Bend Ranch over the National park primarily for an adventure and the fact that they allow camp fires. It was a long drive out in the desert. The main road is well…

Katie M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 20, 2020

Upper & Lower Madera

This pin is actually across the road from where the Upper & Lower Madera campgrounds are. As the name suggests, one is on a plateau and one is on the ground/ river level. There is a clearly marked sign for Upper Madera, but the sign to turn for Lower Madera is simply a “river access” sign. The…

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Victor G.
Reviewed Oct. 26, 2020

Lower Madera Camping

A group of 7 friends stayed at Lower Madera. Each site has a canopy, picnic table and a metal pole to hang a trash bag. 2 of us kayaked the river down to the next camp site and had a good time. We saw horses drinking from the river as well as ducks swimming. We hiked Closed Canyon and off roaded at…

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Jacob K.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 29, 2020

Amazing

We camped at las Buras 3 it was quite the drive in and a very rough do not attempt if you do not have 4x4 and don’t mind getting a few new scratches. It takes a good 2.5hrs to get to the camp site. It is a beautiful spot and very very secluded.

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N
Reviewed Apr. 29, 2020

Isolated tucked away in the foothills

Great site tucked in-between foothills.  Nice sized space with picnic table and fire pit.  Plenty of room for multiple tents and additional vehicles.  Could bring small camper but one washout in road could prove challenging unless have short tongue and higher clearance.  Old windmill and tank make…

Melissa W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 25, 2020

One of my favorite spots I've ever camped, Yedra 1

We camped at Yedra 1 for 2 nights during our trip to BBNP, Guadalupe Mountains NP, Carlsbad Caverns NP. This was our favorite spot of the whole trip and in my top 3 camp spots I've ever been to. Yes, the road to get here is rough but not bad. Sedans would be fine on the main road but side road to…

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  • Yedra 1
SiteYedra 1
Month of VisitApril
Troy W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 1, 2019

Rancherias Spring Campsite on the Rancherias Loop

Rancherias Spring is a dispersed primitive campsite on the Rancherias Loop Trail. 

The main attraction of this site is the unique opportunity to walk through a cottonwood forest grove in the high mountain desert. There is not much water in this region, but there is apparently sufficient water…

  • Rancherias Spring Campsite
  • Rancherias Spring Campsite overview
  • Bird nest amongst thistle
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SiteDispersed Primitive Campsite
Month of VisitNovember
Troy W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 1, 2019

Casa Reza Farmhouse and Creek on the Rancherias Loop

Casa Reza Farmhouse is a dispersed primitive campsite on the Rancherias Loop Trail. 

The main attraction of this site is the ability to see a bit of pioneer history at the farmhouse. Also, having a perennial water source in this remote area is a nice luxury. You’ll also scamper over rock…

  • Casa Reza Farmhouse
  • Casa Reza Farmhouse overview
  • Hiking in a river wash
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SiteDispersed Primitive Campsite
Month of VisitNovember
Troy W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 1, 2019

Seep Spring on the Rancherias Loop

Seep Spring is a dispersed primitive campsite on the Rancherias Loop Trail. 

The main attraction of this site is that it is relatively close to the trailhead entrance. Also, camping in the river wash on soft sand with high bluffs surrounding us was a fun experience. On route to this site you…

  • Seep Spring campsite
  • Seep Spring campsite overview
  • Rancherias Loop trailhead
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SiteDispersed Primitive Campsite
Month of VisitNovember
K
Reviewed Jun. 5, 2019

More info on the state park

There are various places to camp along the highway. Some may be accessible to RVs but I understand the road becomes very steep in spots. (We went about halfway.) Campgrounds are all primitive but there are some nice locations. Some have primitive toilets. We did not go into the “center” of the park…

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