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Stay up-to-date on operations adjustments and temporary closure of TPWD offices, state parks, recreation facilities and water access points due to COVID-19. Please follow guidance from local authorities, Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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Campsites

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Camping at Bastrop State Park

Click on the links below to learn about camping options at state parks, natural areas and historic sites across Texas.

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Full Hookup Campsites

Looking for all the amenities? These parks offer campsites with water, electric and sewer hookups:


Campsites With Electricity 

These parks offer campsites with water and electric hookups:


Campsites With Water

The following parks offer campsites with water (no other utilities):


Drive-up Campsites With No Hookups

These campsites have no utilities, but may have other amenities (such as picnic tables).


Walk-in Tent Campsites

You will need to carry your gear a short distance to these walk-in sites. Most (but not all) have water spigots in the area of the campsites.


Hike-in/Backpacking Campsites

Expect to bring your own water to these sites. Some have amenities, but many do not.


Boat-to Campsites

  • Devils River  (Only for canoe/kayak campers who have come down river.)

Glamping (Luxury Camping)

Fully furnished with air conditioning, luxury rustic furnishings, refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers, games, bicycles, gas grills and gas fire pits, covered porches with rockers, porch swings, and much more. 


Equestrian Campsites

Visit the Horseback Riding page to find more information about riding horses in Texas' state parks.


Other Camping Options