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Rio Grande Village Campground

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Leesburg, Virginia
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Rio Grande Village RV park was ok -- meaning that everything worked. There weren't picnic tables for every RV slot and there were only a few barbecue grills. The spaces were close together, but we luckily had one on the end. The store was convenient, with laundry facilities and shower facilities. The actual campground was close by. It is...

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Reviewed October 17, 2016

Big Bend is awesome. Its calm and majestic mountains set the mood for the entire stay. I enjoyed thoroughly as well as my family along with my 3 year old daughter. and yeah kids...nothing to worry about. Only thing i would say is pack enough food and water for the family. We camped at Rio grande.. its the best for...

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Pearland, Texas
Reviewed October 17, 2016

Arrived at the Panther junction visitor center about 6:00 PM on a Saturday evening to find my desired campground, Chisos Basin, full. RGV was open so I drove the 23 miles there and found a campsite. Paying for the site was interesting: you pick up a small buff envelope at the information board at entrance to campground; drive around until...

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Nederland, Texas
Reviewed August 4, 2016

We visited this campground to see if we wanted to pull our RV over. We are so glad we decided to stay back near Study Butte-Terlingua area. The RV park is a converted parking lot, although sufficient for an RV, it doesn't offer much else.

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Cleveland, Ohio
Reviewed July 31, 2016

Wow is this a desolate campground. It is a parking lot, but does have electricity which is critical in June. Showers are pay, but fine. Didn't realize that some of the visitor centers shut down in the summer, but it does make sense - few people venture here in June.

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Austin, Texas
Reviewed April 16, 2016 via mobile

The spot we got (site 89) had some good shade and a nice grassy spot to set up the tent. The bathrooms and dumpster were close, but not too close. The restrooms aren't as nice as some of the State parks we've been to (no showers or hand soap). One thing to know about the river area is that it...

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League City, Texas
Reviewed March 19, 2016

We have camped in the Rio Grande Village Campground several times because it has full hookups. The area without hookups is more scenic, but we prefer the convenience of hookups. We have reservations in this campground this Spring (2016). We recommend this campground because it is the only one with hookups inside the NP.

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San Antonio, Texas
Reviewed March 18, 2016

Yes the full hook up facility is basically a parking lot but I'm glad I stayed there. Site backed up to a grassy strip with huge cottonwood trees. Convenient to store, showers, etc and also walking distance to Rio Grande. Having full hook ups was a blessing when it hit 93 degrees. Store manager was very friendly. Boquillas Canyon is...

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Bushnell, Florida
Reviewed February 19, 2016

The full-hookup campground is an asphalt parking lot. It is HOT, but convenient to the store, showers, laundry, and spotty wifi. The NON-hookup campground has very convenient bathrooms, and stays cooler. Both are right for someone, just know what you are paying for.

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Reviewed February 18, 2016 via mobile

We camped at the full hookup sites in the village. Which is basically a parking lot with hookups. The sites are small but who cares! The views were priceless. There are a few trials heads near the campgrounds. They are easy to access. The store has some food and they do sell gas and diesel. It's pricey but your in...

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Additional Information about Rio Grande Village Campground

Address: Rio Grande Village, Big Bend National Park, TX 79834
Location: United States > Texas > Big Bend National Park
Number of rooms: 100
Also Known As:
Rio Grande Village Campground Hotel Big Bend National Park
Rio Grande Village Campground Big Bend National Park, Texas
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  • Can tickets for local attractions be purchased at the front desk?
  • Do you have to pay extra for a mini-fridge?
  • At what time does the pool open each day?

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“It isn't a hotel, it is a campground, so most of these questions don't apply.”
 of 5 bubbles kathleenr581, 2 weeks ago | Read review
“this was a campsite. nice one but pack enough food and water.”
 of 5 bubbles neoind, Oct 17, 2016 | Read review
“All the campsites have essentially the same view.”
 of 5 bubbles Tuna77573, Mar 19, 2016 | Read review
“The slots on the south are best so your RV will provide shade for the afternoon sun.”
  • View of the Sierra del Carmen mountains
 of 5 bubbles mrhackerott, Oct 6, 2014 | Read review
“Choose a campsite near the trailhead.”
 of 5 bubbles Y5742STdonnab, Sep 24, 2014 | Read review
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