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Group Lodge

This 1930s ranch house has four bedrooms and a kitchen and is available to equestrian and non-equestrian users. It has beds for nine people. Up to 12 can sleep in the house (bring cots for extra people). Up to 30 people can be in the area, including those sleeping inside and camping outside. Tents are allowed and five electric-only RV hookups are available. No linens or cooking utensils are provided. You are responsible for cleaning the lodge after your stay. Stalls/corrals hold up to five horses. You may only use the arena with park permission. The park, including all camp areas and the group lodge only has non-potable water service; please bring your own water for drinking, cooking and washing. Potable water will be available after the new water system is complete, which is expected before summer 2020. Contact the park for more information.

  • A/C unit
  • Heater
  • Picnic table
  • Outdoor grill
  • Fire ring
  • Electricity
  • Kitchen sink
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove with oven
  • Table and chairs
  • Bathroom Sink
  • Toilet
  • Shower
  • 1.5 bathrooms
  • Two queen-sized beds
  • Five twin beds
  • Non-potable water only

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$300

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

Primitive Campsites (Equestrian | Trailhead)

  • People per Site: 6
  • Number of Sites: 6

These sites have access to a 40-mile trail system. You must bring drinking water; only non-potable water for horses is available.

  • Picnic table
  • Fire ring
  • Vault toilet nearby
  • Water for horses
  • Two overnight pens

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$17

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

Group Camp (Equestrian)

  • People per Site: 40

This two-acre complex is known as the Chapas Camp with barn. It has a large barn with a concrete floor, stalls for nine horses, 10 electric hookup campsites, water troughs, two fire rings, two large picnic tables and shade trees. Maximum capacity is 20 trailers and 40 people. Note: If the Chapas Group area is not reserved by a group, the 10 campsites are available at $25 per night, per 6 people. These individual sites are non-reservable and are first-come, first-served, one night at a time.

  • Picnic tables
  • Fire ring
  • Electric hookup
  • Vault toilet nearby

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$150

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.