This is a genuinely remote campsite, far out into Big Bend National Park. There are coyotes, of all kinds, out in this part of the park, but they shouldn’t be any real security threat. The only other people I saw were border agents. This is a great place to stop if you’re doing a proper tour of Big Bend, as the vastness of the land really sets in. The campground itself is located in a dip, so you have to wander up the hill a bit to get the full view, but that’s not an issue and allows you to be less exposed. 100% would recommend a stop if you’re doing a drive through the whole park as I was.
When we first got to the camp site we realized just how remote it was. In the middle of the night a old beaten down sedan drove right up to our site and parked for a bit then drove off. Other than that is was a pretty good location.