1 Park near Lajitas, Texas
May 2015 - $35.00
Boy I sure wish they would give you something slightly less than satisfactory but not 'bad' per se. The camp ground had a lot of straggley weeds with stickers that got stuck in our small dogs underbellies and tails. The camp sights varied from very nice to not so much. It rained hard one night and the next day was a big mud hole right outside our camper, daughter lost a flip flop in it and feet were covered in mud. Bathrooms were not dirty but not clean either, toilets had hard water deposit (white vinegar can fix that) and floors were not swept the entire 4 days we were there (same piece of paper was on the floor the whole time, I finally picked it up). Pool was nice. Office was nice, people were nice. This is part of a 5 star golf resort, they should remove all of the weeds and install the decorative small gravel to alleviate mud problems. We did not have a picnic table at our sight and had to drag one over, we also did not have a fire pit when others did. Beautiful views as long as u were not close to the bathrooms. Look at their map before you book so you can pick a good spot. Park was almost empty so we should have moved to another spot but is a pain when you are already hooked up. - jespence
Apr 2015 - $30.00
Nicest campground bay far in the Big Bend area. Stayed here for 5 days in April 2015. Sites were mostly level and good sized. Our site had picnic table and fire pit (not all sites had picnic tables). Thought we had booked a site with cable, but did not and had to use satellite which worked fine. Easy access to big Bend and Presideo TX
Used the clubhouse with a group and it was very nice and clean. Pool was clean but too cold to use. Laundry room available but expensive ($2 for wash and $2 for dryer-all clothes dried for the initial $2). All resort activities, including a small general store, can be charged to our bill. There are some back in/pull in sites looking over the canyon/mountain ridge that are very nice.
9 PM exterior lights out policy which makes great night sky viewing (small campfires are allowed).
Recommend you get a site where you face north so you don't have the afternoon sun on you.
Warning high winds can occur at any time. Don't leave awnings out if you leave your site for any period of time. - davis0056
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Stayed two nights to see the area. Area is exceptionally dry and was hot the days we were there. Park is large with paved roads and sites. Not a lot of people but that is a function of location. The sites are opposite so my drivers side was quite close (8 ft) from neighbors driver side, but lots of room on the passenger side. If you are travelling with another party, then getting two sites (passenger side facing) will give lots of room. The 17 miles out from Terilingua seems to take a while, especially after a day of driving. The RV park is a part of the big resort, but we didn't use any of the resort facilities or golf. Nice enough park for the area, but if there to see Big Bend, I'd probably stay in Terilingua and use the Toad to drive into the park or take the scenic drive on TX 170. - Watt4