Campground
Emily T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 22, 2021

Remote and Quiet (in a good way)

My friends and I camped here for 2 nights on site #1 to be able to visit Big Bend National Park (about a 45 minute drive away). It's a very rocky road to get there off the highway (follow the written directions from the owner, they're very helpful!), but there's plenty of space for multiple cards to pull up. The compost outhouse is perfect, and the views are amazing. Only mild downside is that it's def windy, so keep that in mind when thinking about campfires, cooking, and sleeping in a tent.

10/10 would go back.

  • sunrise over camp
  • the road to the campsite
  • setting up camp
  • supermoon view at 7am
Site#1

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