Searching for camping ground? Looking for different camping destinations in Texas? There are many camping grounds in Texas, which lets you know Texas in different dimensions.
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Texas has many campgrounds which include different state parks, national parks, public campgrounds and private campgrounds.
Knowing every campground in Texas is a hard task. Here are some of the parks in Texas, which are referred as the best campgrounds.
Spectacular camping grounds in Texas:
Balmorhea state park: This is an oasis place in western Texas desert. This place has its own renowned spring-fed swimming pools of the world. Camping in this oasis is really an awesome experience for everyone who visits Balmorhea Park.
The swimming pool allows the campers to experience scuba and ski diving in the pool. The campsite is not too far from one of the main city of Texas and hence provides the security and safety in case of disaster. The entrance fee varies for different camping seasons.
Caddo lake state park: This camping ground is situated in the bank of Texas’ largest natural lake. If you are camping in this park, do not forget riverside camping, as this park gives you the utmost experience of the river-side camping.
You can even include fishing, bird watching as pass time activities while camping in this ground. Camping fees varies according to the camping season and discounts are available if staying for a week and month.
Cedar Hill State park: This is one of the busiest and famous parks of Texas because of its location. This camping ground is situated near to Dallas.
Even after situating near to one of the famous and busy cities of Texas, it did not lose its naturality. This campground is sophisticated with several amenities such as fishing, golf etc… Fees vary from camping season to camping off season; discounts are available for campers who prefer to stay for a week span.
Choke Canyon State Park: This Park is situated on the shore of two rivers. The camping ground is on the shores of Choke Canyon Reservoir, which is built on ‘Calliham’ and ‘South Shore’ rivers.
This park gives a wonderful experience of camping with wildlife and nature. This campground gives you the rare experience of seeing the wildlife from close view and you can click photographs.
Bastrop State Park: Also known as the Lost Pines of Texas. Bastrop park is known as amidst of the remnant forest. This park provides different features such as swimming, fishing and golf for the campers.
This camping ground gives fee concessions for campers camping in off seasons and for campers who are camping for more than one week or one month.
Dinosaur Valley State Park: The name itself is self explanatory; the park is famous for its renowned dinosaur tracks. The campers camping in this ground can explore different dinosaur tracks which are situated in the stream bed of the river Paluxy.
This ground allows you to explore different camping features such as driving, biking, hiking and swimming.
Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park, Big Bend ranch State Natural Area, Bonham State Park, Blanco State Park, Cleburne State Park, Daingerfield state park, Fairfield lake state park etc., are just a glimpse of campgrounds in Texas which provide the ultimate experience of camping in Texas.