some good hiking and a pretty waterfall but a lot of people camp near the waterfall. I don't think it's an amazing spot but love to visit the waterfall and hike.
fairly quiet dirt road with camping spots all along it. Has hiking trails.
Small but pretty. Quite a bit of area to hike. Cute spots, not a ton to camp. Lot's of trees. Toilets, trash etc.
We usually take a camper out there. It's great for off road vehicles and it's pretty open. No shade and can get pretty miserable if it's windy.
Beautiful sunsets. Can fish, swim, boat etc….No shade f.y.i
It's beautiful. So many spots to camp, a river to fish, beautiful areas to walk around. Just gorgeous.
One of the prettiest places in the U.S.A and the sand never gets hot! We go a lot.
Dirt road access. Camper friendly for "most" of the way. Off-road vehicles allowed. Very pretty spots!
A little rocky but beautiful lake. You can either stay on the north side of the damn where the lake is or stay on the south side where the Rio grande runs. We decided to stay on the river. Decent camp spots. We tried swimming across the Rio Grande. That shot was hard 😂
Pretty lake but too busy. Went on a what we thought was a slow weekend and campers/tents were side by side at the shore line all the way around the lake. It's also surrounded by soft sand which a poop ton of people get stuck in if you don't have the right vehicle.