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Rio Grande Village Campground

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Reviewed yesterday

Sure you have hook-ups but your neighbor is right on top of you. Unless you really need hook-ups, move to the "Primitive" camp ground less than a mile away. Expect lots of coyotes in your site numerous times during the night. Do not leave your...More

Thank Ron P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Only full hookup campground in the park - yes a parking lot but the location is what makes it the only place to stay - WiFi worked great at the store even with lots of teens in the group tenting area - Verizon cell service...More

Thank Roger R
Reviewed 31 January 2018

This RV park is like a parking lot with hook ups. It seems the national park could demand/provide better. And on top of the fees to park your RV, you have to feed quarters to take a shower. It’s best to be well-prepared with food...More

Thank linda f
Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

The Rio Grande Village RV campground is very disappointing. It is nothing more than a parking lot with hookups. After driving many miles to get to the middle of nowhere it was sad to have RV’s a couple of feet away on either side of...More

1  Thank Alison H
Reviewed 8 December 2017

I camped here four nights, and found it to be very quiet, and also convenient to the Boquillas crossing and the hot springs. The drive to Chisos for hiking is not bad, and that's what I did for three days (Window Trail, Emory Peak, and...More

Thank SolowTraveler
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United States > Texas > Big Bend National Park
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Rio Grande Village Campground Hotel Big Bend National Park
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Response from Wade W | Reviewed this property |
Don't wait until the end of the day. Go to the campground early in the morning to reserve your site for that night. Enjoy Big Bend!
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"Sites under the cottonwoods were shaded, and the no-generator zone where we camped were quiet and peaceful."
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"The closest hotel other than the lodge and camping is in Marathon, about 100 miles away! Plan ahead or be..."
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"It isn't a hotel, it is a campground, so most of these questions don't apply."
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"this was a campsite. nice one but pack enough food and water."
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