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63 Reviews of 7 Finney, Texas Campgrounds

D
Reviewed Jun. 24, 2021

Waylon Jennings Free RV Park

Wayland would be proud that his Hometown made such a nice free RV park we stay here all the time when we're going between Austin and Colorado or somewhere else it's free it has hooked up water everything you need there's a Ace Hardware next door lots of places to eat in town.

Sitedunno?
Month of VisitJune
Holly R.
Reviewed Jun. 21, 2021

Beautiful & Hot

This campground is absolutely beautiful, and was excruciatingly hot. Given I was there one of the warmest days of the year. But no breeze, little shade.

The views are amazing and it's easy to get checked in. My dog loved hiking early hours when the sun just peeked up. Tons of views and…

SiteEquestrian
Month of VisitJuly
KThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

Beautiful canyon

My family stayed in the Caprock Canyon state park Honey Flats loop. Stunning views of the canyon are within a short walk from the campground. The paved pad at our site was level, and there was also a sheltered picnic table at the site. All sites were very spacious and felt private. A herd of bison…

SiteHoney flats 08
Month of VisitJuly
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
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
Shari  G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 27, 2020

When Palo Duro Canyon Campground is Full....

On the rim of Palo Duro State Park, lies a roadside attraction with Zipline tours, cute tiny cabins for rent and a small campground. Offering approximately 30 full-hook sites, and a dozen or so primitive areas to set up camp for cheap. Since we bring our own electricity via a solar panel, we have…

  • Sites are simple and many of the picnic tables are broken, but it's cheap and very close to the canyon.  We grabbed a $15 tent site because we come equipped with our own solar electricity.  They don't allow gas generators.
  • They offer zipline tours over a portion of the canyon, just outside the state park.  Wasn't open when we were there, but looked exciting!
  • RV sites are in the middle, tent camping around the edges.
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Month of VisitDecember
Matt S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 19, 2020

Beautiful Canyon and Camp, decent facilities

A nice park with lots of camp sites. RV hook ups, and lots of dispersed camps around the pack. Some are hike or horse in sites. 

Nestled in a beautiful canyon with tons of trials for hiking or horseback. 

Park also has a small lake, Lake Theo, which holds some really nice fish. 

The herd of…

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Month of VisitJuly
M
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
J
Reviewed Nov. 16, 2020

Wonderful Camping

We stayed in the South Prong Tent Area, not to be confused with the South Prong Primitive area (which you have to hike into).

We stayed on site SU037. There is no tree cover, which is ok if you want that morning sun warmth, but know that if it gets super windy (which apparently happens a lot…

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Ryan M.
Reviewed Oct. 20, 2020

Excellent option for overflow

Very clean campground. Palo Duro State Park was full. This campground is located directly outside of the state park entrance. Views of the canyon, quiet, big night sky. Clean bathrooms and facilities. Very inexpensive and easy. Highly recommend for the traveler passing thru.

C
Reviewed Oct. 7, 2020

Great camping with amazing scenery

My son and I spent a night here and it was great! I’d recommend south prong primitive sites. Got to sleep right at the base of the canyon and there was plenty of space between the campsites.

My only problem was that some of the trails were not very well marked. It took us a while to find the…

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Neil T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 13, 2020

Well maintained and accessible canyon exploration

Wild Horse Campground Spot 74 

I showed up at the welcome center with a reservation for primitive camping, not realizing the only spot to set up my RTT would be the parking lot. A nice lady working the desk, slide me into a spot that had cancelled earlier that day at the Wild Horse…

S
Reviewed Aug. 18, 2020

Bison Camp!

Stayed at South Prong Tent Camping area, site 37. Star gazed at the Milky Way for hours. Heard coyotes yipping at night and the bison herd walked through our site around five in the morning. Was the most amazing experience to be so close and hear them. Front desk staff were very nice as well. 10/10…

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