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Seminole Canyon State Park, TX

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Seminole Canyon is located in southwest Texas along US-90 about 30 miles west of Del Rio.

432-292-4464

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The main attraction here is Seminole Canyon, once home to Native Americans.

Date of visit: Mar 2008

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Guided tours are available that will take you down into the canyon.

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We had made a reservation, and upon arrival, we were assigned site 8. The campground sits on a height of land at about 1300 feet above sea level. It was a warm afternoon for March - 92 degrees, but there was a strong wind blowing and of course no humidity.

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Most sites are back-ins, and there are a few pull-throughs. About half the 31 sites have W/E(30A) hookups, and there is a dump station. This is site 19.

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Sites 23, 24, and 22.

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Site 28 would probably be my pick for the best - well away from other sites and with a fantastic view.

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Some of the sites are fairly short.

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Each site has a covered picnic shelter and fireplace. This shows some of the tent sites.

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You can see almost forever - the view from site 28. The mountans in the distance are well into Mexico.

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A small but clean bathhouse offers hot showers (with common dressing area).

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Not sure what this sweet-smelling tree is, but it abounds throughout the campground.

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Sunset.

Amenities

31 sites, 23 with electric hookups

Dump station, showers

No Verizon service

Rates: $14 PLUS $3 reservation fee PLUS $2 per person per day Day Use Fee.

Coord: 29.695482 N, 101.321940 W

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