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Paddler Campsites

Primitive Campsites - Mile 12 Paddler Camp

  • Number of Sites: 16

This site is on river right near river mile 12. A DRAP and reservation are required, and you can only stay one night. Containerized fuel fires are recommended for cooking only. No campfires allowed. A privacy area for WAG Bag use is available. All trash and human waste must be packed out. Campsite location and boundaries are marked with signs. Reserve these sites by calling (512) 389-8901. You must reserve and pay for these sites at least one day before your trip.

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$5

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Primitive Campsites - Mile 15 (San Pedro Point) Paddler Camp

  • Number of Sites: 16

This camp is on river left near river mile 15. A DRAP and reservation are required; you can only stay one night. NO fires are allowed at this site. Containerized fuel fires are allowed for cooking, only. A composting toilet is available. All trash must be packed out upon departure. Look for signs marking camp location and state natural area boundaries.

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$5

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Primitive Campsites - Mile 20 Paddler Camp

  • Number of Sites: 16

This camp is on river right near river mile 20. A DRAP and reservation are required, and you can only stay one night. Containerized fuel fires are recommended for cooking only. No campfires allowed. A privacy area for WAG Bag use is available. All trash and human waste must be packed out. Campsite location and boundaries are marked with signs. Reserve these sites by calling (512) 389-8901. You must reserve and pay for these sites at least one day before your trip.

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$5

Per Person

Primitive Campsites - Mile 29 Paddler Camp

  • Number of Sites: 16

This camp is on river left near river mile 29. A DRAP and reservation are required, and you can only stay one night. No open fires are allowed at this site; containerized fuel fires are allowed for cooking only. All trash and human waste must be packed out upon departure. Camp is marked with signs. Reserve these sites by calling (512) 389-8901. You must reserve and pay for these sites at least one day before your trip.

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$5

Per Person

Notes

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Call the park or the Customer Service Center (512) 389-8900 for more information.