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Everything was very clean. The camp sites are well spaced out for a state park. Not far out of town.. Convenient.
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We boondocked in a primitive site with our 36’ RV. Clean, covered picnic table, plenty hiking and biking trails. If you can enjoy the desert, you will love this place!
Excellent camp site. Very dispersed and most have picnic tables with shade awnings which are great for hammocks. Bathrooms were fine. Miles of off-road Bike trails were well marked and varied from easy to technical.
We have enjoyed staying at San Angelo State Park because of the natural things it offers. We stayed in the Red Arroyo campground. The sites are large and well-spaced apart. You don't have much privacy due to the lack of trees since this is where the prairie and desert come together, but the…
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In the middle of nowhere but so awesome to stop at on a long trip. Beautiful lake with a beach. Lovely trees everywhere around your sites. Gravel but mostly level.
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This is the north part of San Angelo State Park. I camped here the last weekend of January. Other than being quite windy during the day, the weather was gorgeous. Chilly at night with temperatures in the thirties but the days were sixties and seventies and sunny. I didn't get to do much exploring…
We were using this as a stop over/mid point in Texas and it happen to be during the crazy article blast that crippled the state. The family who owns and operates the campground were absolutely amazing during rolling black outs, single digit temperatures, and water being shut off due to main breaks.…
This is camping the way we like it -- rustic, beautiful and inexpensive. And, there was no one there in January, despite the state parks being packed! We had the place completely to ourselves, with the exception of a few fisherman.
For $5 a night you can camp at any one of the dozens of…
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It’s well kept, the spaces are far apart, and it’s exactly as advertised. The staff is friendly and helpful. Dog friendly too. And dogs are allowed on all of the trails. It’s still the desert, but there is a small lake.
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Very clean, quiet campground. My daughter loved feeding the deer. We look forward to returning soon!
We were in the Red Arroyo loop in the south section. Sites are huge and spaced out well. Not much privacy, but that's because it's basically prairie land.
While we were there, it was really windy, maybe that's the norm. I enjoyed our stay as there are many hiking trails and wildlife viewing.…
We stayed over Thanksgiving and the campground was less than half full. The sites in the Bald Eagle loop are spacious, many have covered picnic tables, a few trees, and there is a playground. If you cross the dry creek bed into the horse campground you can access the extensive network of hiking,…
We stayed in loop 2 site 149. Very big well spaced lakeside sites. Wanted to add more days but the weekends book full. Plan ahead and book early.
This RV campground is beautiful and away from any road or city sounds and light pollution. This would be 5 stars but there are very few full hookup spots with sewer. Go to Recreation.gov to reserve your spot. If your in the area you won’t regret the stop!
It was still hot out, but lots of animals to be seen. We saw tons of deer, porcupines, foxes, and bison of course. There are Javelina and Longhorns, but we didn’t see them this weekend. Great Labor Day 2020 glamping trip, but we didn’t make it to the lake this time.