No hiking to speak of but there is a boat launch ramp.
Many sites have partial shade so solar is not reliable.
Free to stay but you have to reserve sites online. A few sites can handle a big rig but not all.
Lots of verizon bars but...
Good space between most sites. Many long pull throughs. Full hookups. Most sites have lake views.
Good Verizon and ATT signal.
127 days ago
Arrived on a Saturday night to loud music and a couple of local sherifs circling the main campground, apparently to keep things from getting out of hand. By Sunday evening, the park had cleared out a lot and local law enforcement moved on.
People stay here because when traveling across west Texas there are limited spots to choose from, depending on your route.
The dunes are cool but that is all there is. No hiking, etc. so probably one day is enough for most people.
142 days ago
There are a lot of spaces to camp along this road especially in the BLM section prior to the wilderness area.
We were there is February and there were lots of people camping round here. Not as tightly packed as places closer to town but...
142 days ago
We probably should not have stayed here but the easier access places like the nice gravel BLM area just to the south were all full up......and this one was almost full....but it’s really not good unless you have high clearance, all wheel drive,...
I’m of two minds about this place.
It’s dry camping with pit toilets for $25 a night when there is lots of BLM land within a few miles that is free and less crowded. Yes the geology is nice and wandering in the canyons is fun but you don’t...
The official Campendium coordinates take you to the best spot on this road (35.316791, -115.544683). We managed to get our 30' trailer into the spot but it took some fancy driving to position it well, and the Kessler road has some rough bits and...
There are a lot of places along this forest service gravel road.
Easiest to approach from the National Monument entrance road but the other end works fine too.
Some of the spots are definitely okay for a big rig. Many others are not. Even...
"Nice spot but unless you have a boat there isn’t anything to do"
"Well built Coe campground"
"Well appointed COE park that gets busy on weekends"
"Crowded but less crowded than places closer to town"
"Rough road and unlevel sites"
"Several sites in the area. Take the Kessler Road north from Cima Road."
"Tons of spots some big rig friendly"
"Great open space with several turnouts"
"Popular place in a good location"
"Way better than the common spot at the bottom of the hill. "
"Great location but dusty and crowded"
"Close to civilization but removed, main attraction is the lake"
"pretty forest service campground right on the river"
"Fine basic national forest campground"
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