1 Park near Quitaque, Texas
Apr 2016 - $21.00
Stayed at the Honey Flat campground. Pads were level and not tightly spaced. Most have decent shade with a covered picnic table. Wifi was spotty, AT&T cellular was decent, Verizon practically non-existent. Much to our surprise over-the-air TV reception was very good.
Bison were in and around the campground all weekend which was interesting (lots of bison patties). Saw a decent sized rattlesnake on the Upper Canyon trail so be careful. - RobGn
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Lovely TX St Pk, with beautiful trails down in the red rock canyon. but unlike Palo Duro, the RV camping is up on the plains and you cannot see the canyon from the camping area. Sites are large and fairly level with mesquite and other vegetation providing reasonable privacy. Windy up on the plains. The buffalo (bison) do roam freely including in the camping area, but were fun, not a problem; however, keep your distance- they are wild. There is a reasonable size full service grocery store in town. Maybe WiFi was available near the bathrooms (others report) but not at the ends of the loop. Also, if you need public restrooms, request one near because they are not very well located to most camp sites. Use TX St Pk pass to get 50% off 2nd night and cover daily fees. - BandD
Dec 2015 - $15.00
Another beautiful red rock Texas State Park with extraordinary scenery & a free ranging bison herd. Really enjoyed our stay here, excellent hiking trails, particularly the Eagle Point Trail, look for the natural bridge under the trail, fun to climb through! Great campsite with native vegetation around campsites to make more private. Campground had WiFi but only the sites near the restrooms could get a signal from their RVs. Cell service was sketchy too. $4 per person per day entrance fee in addition to camping fees. Texas Parks Pass entitles visitors to free entrance plus discount on 4 two-day camping visits. - Rolling Regal