This beautiful state park offers many activities. The campground sits on the edge of inks lake, and there is ample opportunity to go fishing, kayaking, canoeing, boating, and swimming. There are lots of trails extending from the campgrounds in which you can make your way around the lake, and up river. there are fishing docks that you can use, and the camp store on site. The campsites are large enough for approximately 2 to 3 large tents. The only downside to this campground is that it is normally very populated during camping season. The water is beautiful and there are lots of different kinds of fish to catch.
This campground offers some of the best views in the park. There is a massive individual campsite for tents and RVs, as well as a large group site area. The campgrounds or less than 1 mile from the park store and the lodging on site. There are literally thousands of miles of trails within Big Bend National Park. The trail head to Emory peak extends directly from the campground. Another good trail coming out of the campground his window trail. The sites are clean and equipped with their boxes and plenty of space for parking as well as overflow parking. I go here twice a year and I never want to leave.
This State Park offers everything from fishing, swimming, camping, hiking, bird watching, horseback riding, photography, and everything in between. There are a multitude of campsites and RV spots in the campground, a large group site, day use area, swimming area, etc. There are miles of hiking trails and scenic overlooks. The Pedernales River is perfect for swimming and fishing. The falls are a beautiful place for pictures and fishing. I had a great stay here. The rangers are helpful and the entire park was very clean.