This is a really nice place to visit and camp, if you enjoy remote mountain areas that are relatively easy to access (once you finally arrive). The Chisos Mountains of Big Bend is a wonderful cornucopia of interesting facts, overlooks, vantage points and points of interests. The climate is refreshingly mild during the Spring and most of the Summer. Unlike the Rio Grande Village area, it has a feeling of an oasis versus a desert landscape. The plant life is beautiful and quite different in certain spots. This is a really good area to camp; but, you've gotta book early... It's a nice place to take family (especially if they enjoy real-world nature) and can be a nice get-away for a couple. Also, nice lodge accommodations, must book early. Please note: This is definitely a remote and arid area, so please be aware of the various rules in place that govern a campsite. Also, please, please, please have all parties travelling to Big Bend Park to carry their drivers license, passport and/ or visa documents. All vehicles are checked by the border patrol. Have fun and enjoy the great outdoors!
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