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Seminole Canyon State Park

PO Box 820
Comstock, TX 78837
No Email Address
3 Reviews
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This park is wonderful! The bathrooms are always well maintained and the staff is very friendly. I love the way the sites are spaced in the water /elec area.The scenery is fantastic and if you want to relax and get away from it all ,this is the place to come to, very quiet.

Received from Rosalyn B for visit in Oct 2007

Site Number: 3
Stay Again? YES
This was a beautiful park in a desolate kind of way. Great scenery! Coming from the east on US90 the sign for the park is missing. If you come to the big bridge crossing the Pecos River, you went too far. Turn around and you will see the sign coming from the west. The staff was friendly and helpful. There are two sewer dump sites near the restroom/showers. No cell phone service of any kind.

Received from Anon for visit in Mar 2007

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Seminole Canyon State Historical Park is located in southwest Texas about eight miles west of Comstock and adjacent to the Rio Grande River. The park contains 4,000 year-old rock art at a site called Fate Bell Shelter. The setting is true southwest desert containing mesquite, sage, cactus, and numerous desert creatures such as javelina, armadillo, rattlesnakes, tarantula, scorpion, roadrunners, and white-tailed deer. The campground consists of 27 nicely spaced sites (19 with water and electricity). There is a well maintained shower building and dump station. The park has a well designed visitor center and many miles of hiking trails. Our cost was $13.00 per night (03/00). We really enjoyed this campground because of its' panoramic views, nicely spaced campsites and well maintained facilities.


Received from Norman H for visit in Mar 2000

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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