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Campsites with Water (Walk-in)

  • People per Site: 8
  • Number of Sites: 35

We charge an excess vehicle overnight fee of $6 per car, per night, for each vehicle over two per campsite. Nothing may be hung from trees. Any hammocks or tarps must be hung from shelters; some sites do not have shelters.

  • Picnic table
  • Outdoor grill
  • Fire ring
  • Tent pad
  • Water nearby
  • Lantern post
  • Tent camping only
  • Restrooms with showers nearby
  • Some sites do not have shade shelters

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$18

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

$10 Per Additional Person

Primitive Campsites (Hike-in)

  • People per Site: 4
  • Number of Sites: 20

Moss Lake (eight sites) and Walnut Springs (12 sites) are a 1 to 3 mile hike over rugged terrain. We charge an excess vehicle fee of $6 per car, per night, for each vehicle over two per campsite. No ash-producing fires are permitted in this area. You may use containerized fuel stoves that can be turned off for cooking. Minors (under 17) who are not camping with a sponsored group must provide a written consent form to stay overnight. No hammocks allowed in primitive camping areas.

  • Pets allowed in primitive areas
  • Carry out all trash
  • Outdoor composting toilets
  • Ground fires (including charcoal) prohibited
  • No water available
  • Nothing may be hung from trees

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$14

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

$10 Per Additional Person

Group Camp (Buzzards Roost)

  • People per Site: 50

A primitive campground for groups of adventurers, close to climbing, hiking and nature. The area has dedicated parking, a private entrance, and a private camping area. You must hike about 0.75 miles to the campsite from the dedicated 25-space parking area (1.5 miles round trip). Fires are prohibited. Bring your own water or fill up at refreshment stations before the hike.

  • No Water
  • Carry out trash
  • Groups only
  • Composting toilet
  • 0.75 miles walk to site

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$100

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

Notes

Information and prices can change. Parks charge a daily entrance fee in addition to any facility fees, unless otherwise stated.

Purchase a Texas State Park Pass to enjoy free entry to more than 80 state parks for you and your guests for one year.

You may bring pets to most state parks, but they cannot enter Texas State Park buildings. Learn about rules for pets at state parks. For park-specific pet restrictions, contact the park.

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