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148 Reviews of 7 Claytonville, Texas Campgrounds

Meg M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 30, 2021

Astounding views

Camped on Memorial Day Weekend, the park is run beautifully. Loved hiking the trails with my dogs. Campsites were nice, stayed at juniper the first night. It had a pavilion on every site, and located next to restrooms. Beautiful view of side of the canyon. I wouldn't recommend staying at Hackberry…

SiteJuniper 114,
Month of VisitJune
Helen P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 17, 2021

Black Canyon Campground, Santa Fe, NM

Beautiful campground. Sites well spaced with lots of trees separating the sites for privacy. Gorgeous hiking trail loop through the mountainside. Love this campground.

Site23 and 14 and 16
Month of VisitSeptember
Helen P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 17, 2021

Gorgeous Canyon

Several different campgrounds in the park. Lots of RV spots and many separate sites for tents. They even have a few rustic cabins for rent. Stayed at Hackberry campground. We went last year during COVID and many RV spaces were closed, I don’t know why because they were well spaced. Hackberry…

  • Deer in campground
  • Up close picture of Turkey running down road.
  • Turkey in park.
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Month of VisitJune
Price T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 14, 2021

Beautiful Spot

Camped in spot #59. Went back in January and had a great time. The views are breath taking. Just hanging around around the campsite is amazing. No light pollution at night so stars are abundant. The camp sites have shade shelters with tables. Fire ring and grill at each but be aware of the common…

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Dennis S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 15, 2021

Fantastic Camping Experience

I camped down in the canyon for 3 days and had a fantastic time. There’s a small store with tiny restaurant and tons of good hiking trails. I easily walked several trails even though I can’t walk far due to a hip disability. 

You will find this to be a favorite campground worthy of bringing…

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Reviewed Mar. 6, 2021

Sagebrush - cramped but beautiful

We visited Palo Duro the week after the Winter Apocalypse and I think because of that, the park was a lot less crowded than usual.  It was our first trip in an RV, so we weren't sure what to expect.  (We normally back country tent-camp and are used to a bit more space.)  We booked Sagebrush site…

SiteSagebrush 126
Month of VisitMarch
Megan B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Feb. 3, 2021

Quiet and Beautiful

Some of the other camping areas seemed less spacious and private, but we really liked our site in the tent-only Cactus Campground. It had a shade shelter, a picnic table, and a dirt tent pad. There was also a fire ring with a grill grate, but a burn ban was in place. The water faucet was just…

  • Cactus Campground #74
JThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 4, 2021

Awesome

We will be returning to this camp ground. Words can't describe the beauty of this place. Most of the park was closed due to hunting season so we couldn't tour it all, plus didn't have time to. Do we will be returning to this camp and spending a few days.

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Shari  G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 27, 2020

A Spectacular Park with Surprising Scenery and Wildlife.

Created by the Red River, Caprock Canyon State Park, lies about 125 miles to the southeast of Palo Duro Canyon. While many similarities exist between the two state parks, the differences are striking. For starters, this park features the remaining heard of Southern Plains Bison (related to the…

  • The welcoming committee!
  • Hike up South Prong Trail on a cloudy morning was serene and delightful.
  • Trying to dry the laundry before it was time to go!
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Month of VisitDecember
Jackie R.
Reviewed Dec. 17, 2020

Hackberry campground review

The scenery is spectacular top notch amazing. Must be seen to be believed. It was cold (being December) and the stars shone so clear and bright.

The sites in Hackberry are difficult for newer people to back into, with narrow roads and angled sites with trees and bollards aplenty. Major…

Ryan H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 6, 2020

Must stop heading to Rockies

Absolutely amazing trails and scenery. The summer heat there can be tough and rugged but it is always worth the trip over.

Cheryl M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 5, 2020

Epic!

Upon entering the park, the descent down into the canyon is an amazing experience. The colors on the canyon walls and panoramic landscapes are breathtaking. The campsite was great! Had a picnic area with a pergola that overlooked the natural beauty. Bathrooms were clean and nice. It was nearly a…

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Michael C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 22, 2020

Breathtaking is a understatement

While approaching the park most first timers would think “What canyon?” For miles in all directions outside of Amarillo are fields and wind Turbines. When you make that first turn after entering the park WOW is such a weak descriptor. The view is spectacular. 2 miles wide, 800 feet deep and 12…

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Reviewed Nov. 16, 2020

Do not tent camp here. They mislead you and then fine you $200

Do not tent camp here. They will mislead you and then give you a huge fine!!! When we booked the campsite as a fun activity for our pandemic fatigued 6-year old granddaughter, they told me our car would be close to our campsite. We get there at 4 on a Friday afternoon in November and we were the…

Siteby the lake
Month of VisitDecember

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