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19 Reviews of 5 Owens Addition Number 2 Colonia, Texas Campgrounds

Tamera The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 13, 2021

Always check the bathrooms

We were planning on staying there Sunday, May 9, 2021. The only bathroom did not have a toilet seat. As two women, this was problematic. We opted not to stay.

Month of VisitJune
Tucker B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 15, 2021

Super Private, Great Lake Access

Stopped by here on a road trip in November 2020. Site fee was $6 if you wanted a covered spot, but there were dispersed sites down a dirt road off the left of the main road.

Main camping area did have one pit toilet. The road runs directly into a boat ramp at the end and there was plenty of…

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Kera P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 26, 2020

Closed no camping due to covid

Currently there is no camping in the park. We visited on Nov 12th, hoping to camp only to find out that we had to move on. The park is still offering guided canyon tours which we thought was odd - why allow strangers to group up for a tour, but not allow people to camp isolated in their own tent in…

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Kera P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 13, 2020

Not sure if this location is accurate

Across the street from where this listing is located there is a community center, the Vashti Skiles (old Langtry schoolhouse), where camping is allowed in the yard. There is a hose with potable water attached to the building. In town, you can use the visitor center for restrooms, wifi, and very…

Annell N.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 19, 2020

Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site

April 6, 2019 We arrived before check-in time and were not allowed to go to our reserved site until the official time whether it was or was not available. It was very hot and our site had no electric but we did have water. There were showers and flush toilets. We had a state pass so we received a…

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Jacob  W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 4, 2020

Atop the Edwards Plateau

My son and I tent camped at Seminole Canyon State Park circa 2010. We could could see the distant mountains in Mexico on the western horizon. The sunset dimmed to indigo and purple with the long, lonesome vista to the west across sage and limestone country. The night breeze whistled by our tent.…

Jacob  W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 4, 2020

On the far side of Amistad

My son and I tent camped at Spur 406 at Lake Amistad circa 2010 when the lake was high before the drought of 2011 and the low lake levels afterward. Simple campground with several sites. Great place near Highway 90 to camp. There wasn’t anyone else camping there that night. It’s on the opposite…

Steve & Ashley  G.
Reviewed May. 26, 2019

Staff Need Training

This is a very interesting natural area. The canyon,which leads into a large reservoir, was a pleasant surprise. They have a few petroglyphs and the native history is very interesting. You will need to come before summer as this area gets very hot beginning in late April. The campgrounds are…

Elizabeth N.
Reviewed Apr. 27, 2019

An underrated park that should be visited more often

First camping trip of 2018, couldn’t have picked a better place. The views of the canyon was beautiful, took the hike many times just to see it and to have lunch.

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Abel R.
Reviewed Dec. 26, 2018

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Deborah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 1, 2018

Seminole Canyon State Park November 2018

We tent camped two nights here in November, 2018 and were very pleased. The campsites were great, close proximity to bathrooms with showers, very clean. We did the 8 mile hike around the park and it was easy, beautiful views of the Rio Grande river looking into Mexico. We also took the rock…

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Deborah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 1, 2018

Be prepared at devils river, but it’s worth it

First, this park is normally only open weekends and is closed some months so check before going. You must book and pay in advance on line as they take no money at this park, there is no store, nothing to buy. This park is VERY remote, a 22 mile dirt road is required to get to the park and it takes…

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J
Reviewed Oct. 30, 2018

A hidden gem

Devils River SNA is one of my most favorite parks in the Texas Parks system. I've been here only twice but both times this park was amazing.

Things you should know before you go:

*Cell service with ATT is non-existent (Not reliable at all. I had one bar along the river in certain areas and the…

Month of VisitSeptember
Sarah D.
Reviewed Jul. 9, 2018

Historical, vast

This was another incredible trip to a state park when it wasn’t crowded, and we were able to tour the canyon where the pictographs are as well as hike along the canyon’s rim. We even enjoyed a snack overlooking the Rio Grande with Mexico across the river.

  • Overlooking the canyon
  • Guided tour into the cave to see the pictographs and learn of the natives’ lifestyle
  • Hiking along the rim of the canyon
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Month of VisitFebruary
Troy W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 2, 2018

Seminole Canyon State Park + Rock Art

Seminole Canyon State Park is located in the southwest part of Texas. The Rio Grande River and the Pecos River run through the park and have shaped the history of the area. The park is in the dessert, so the late fall, winter and early spring are the best times to visit. The summer can be very hot.…

  • The Pecos River has been a defining feature of the area that has shaped the history.
  • The Judge Roy Bean museum is an interesting look back at history regarding the Law West of the Pecos.
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