30 Texas State Parks With Primitive Camping

Here are the 30 Texas state parks that offer primitive camping when you don’t want to car camp, but aren’t quite ready for backpacking.

Inks Lake State Park

Here are the 30 Texas State parks with primitive camping.

Sometimes when you venture off into the wilderness you don’t really want to be side-by-side with another family of car campers. The feeling of really enjoying the outdoors happens when you can get deep into the park and do some primitive camping. They won’t offer the same kind of amenities, but that’s absolutely the point. You get a chance to feel like you’re doing a more rustic type of camp.

I know at places like Lost Maples and Pedernales state parks it’s a bit of a hike to get to your campsites, so be prepared to hike in all of your gear.

I’ll leave it up to y’all to check the parks and see what additional restrictions they have for each campsite. Happy camping!

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List of Parks:

Barton Warnock

Big Bend Ranch SP

Brazos Bend

Caprock Canyon

Colorado Bend

Copper Breaks

Davis Mountains

Devils River

Dinosaur Valley

Enchanted Rock

Fort Boggy

Fort Richardson

Franklin Mountain

Hill Country State Natural Area

Hill Country State Natural Area

Hueco Tanks

Inks Lake

Lake Arrowhead

Lake Bob Sandlin

Lake Somerville SP & Trailway

Lost Maples State Natural Area

Lost Maples State Park

Martin Creek Lake

Meridian SP

Mustang Island

Pedernales Falls

Possum Kingdom

Purtis Creek

Ray Roberts Lake

San Angelo

Sea Rim

Thanks for viewing the 30 Texas state parks with primitive camping! For more information on the remaining Texas state parks and see the breakdown by region check out this post here!

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