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I took one star off for its not really being a dark skies area. Yes, you see a lot of stars, but a brightly lit liquor store and other light pollution limits the star viewing. The campground also needs a taller sign with darker lettering. Other than that, RoadRunner Travelers RV Park was a…
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Great camping spot. Cell service limited at campsites but the store has WiFi. Bathrooms and showers were also available, and a washing room for dishware/etc. it does get pretty hot at night too (at the end of May).
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…
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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…
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We really enjoyed our visit to BBNP in Nov 2020 and loved our RV site at the Rio Grande Village. The facilities were clean and well maintained. The noise/light curfew was respected which made the stars at night incredibly bright. There were many hiking trails near this area as well.
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great place to stay, although internet was terrible- they have been working on this and i believe they were only waiting for the phone company to finish
Summary: Shade, water, clean bathrooms at the site, and wifi & laundry nearby. Bugs, thorns, and heat, as you would expect.
We stayed here two nights while exploring Big Bend. Being April, it was very hot in the afternoon. This site had decent shade from the (extremely thorny, as almost all…
As the saying goes, When in Rome ... staying at BJs RV park was like an immersion experience to living in Terlingua. You feel the history and past of days gone by, with the ghost town of Terlingua and the junk yard behind the RV camping area. Both the town and the junk yard take on a mysterious…
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Great new park close to Big Bend! The spots were spacious and clean. There are restaurants, coffee shop, and a bar within walking distance. The owners were very responsive and friendly when making my reservation.
Chisos Campground is the place to camp on Big Bend National Park. It is a high elevation location and many great hiking trails from the location. As a landscape photographer, this was a fantastic place to camp. Nice sized sites, however, no hookups & only 8 sites that allow generators. There…
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This place was home for 4 nights of our Big Bend trip and Im so glad we chose this place. Showers and bathrooms nice and clean and very welcome after a day on the trails. $10 a person per night.
We stayed in site 32 which added a lot to our stay, it was an outer campground with a secluded area and view of the mountains, rather than in the rows of RVs with generators. The nature trail is great, gas was right outside the campground, and easy in and out dump station with drinking water.
Not very big area but it was ok, voices echo so night time you might have difficulty sleeping it was 1am and group of people were being rowdy the person near us had to yell at them to quiet down and those people were a good distance from us. There is no shade keep in mind , The hot showers were…
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We drove in after dark and were greeted and driven around by the amazingly friendly Megan. She got us set up in our spot in no time. We brought our own camper van to stay in buy they also offer extremely unique trailers and tents to rent. Waking up to the views of the mountains was an unforgettable…
We stayed at Road Runner RV Park in February of 2021 in the middle of the snowpocalypse that hit Texas in February of 2021. Allison and Chris, the owners, are great people that went around and checked to make sure that everyone had fresh water as the temps dipped into the single digits and they had…