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Coyote Crossing Campsite 1

Terlingua, Texas

Camp across from Willow Mountain and miles away from the border!

Coyote Crossing is a 21 acre Primitive Tent Area that is directly on 118 just a mile or so from Gas, Food, Post Office, Hardware Store, Horse Back Rides, River Tour Guides, Outfitters, local craft, art and the famous Big Bend National Park... we are easy to find and just across from the very popular and most photographed Willow Mountain. Nestled in a rare sweet spot for most cell phones, Roberts back yard is a great location for your Basecamp during any great adventure. You can find him up front, near his Tiny Home, wandering around chasing honey little honey dew.

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Coyote Crossing Campsite 2

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