Haven't stayed in Seminole Canyon for at least two years, but this last month I enjoyed a two night stay filled with new adventure. The park should boast about the latest trail that runs along the canyon rim, making it a much better hiking and viewing experience. The trail is at least a 3 or 4 mile loop. Make sure to take plenty of water! I haven't seen the length of that canyon like this before and enjoyed it so much more than taking the hike down into the canyon to see the petroglyths again.
As well, the nearby Langtry park facility is an interesting diversion with historical trivia worth viewing.
We usually hope to kayak on the Pecos River near the Seminole park, under the Highway 90 bridge, but this time the wind was blowing too hard. Love crawling up into the large cave along the clifs under the park viewing area along side the Highway 90 bridge. This site has expanded and provides better views (rest area) of the meeting of the Pecos and the Rio Grande, as well, when you drive to the entrance of the boat docking area for the Pecos River.
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