December 14, 2022 - reviewed by Skipwatson1951
Stayed 2 nights: $10 1st night, $5 2nd night with TX State Park pass in the primitive section with no hookups. There is a dump station but we didn't use it, as we just dumped the day before. Very interesting guided tour of the pictographs, I think $12. Pictographs are older than at Hueco Tanks. All very worth your time.
December 15, 2019 - reviewed by Roger Cantu
We really enjoyed our stay at Seminole Canyon State Park. The staff was very professional and extremely attentive. We totally enjoyed the Canyon tour. It was an awesome experience. Totally awesome.
December 14, 2018 - reviewed by HANK
LOVED most of it
The canyon tour is a must - $8. Loved staying here.
The dump station is tiny, I had to block one of the loop roads to use it. Somewhat aged but very functional layout. Sites seem further apart than they are.
There's more than 31 sites here, those are just the E/W sites. I walked thru the "primitive" area which was all paved pull throughs with no on site services. I thought it was more attractive there and would stay there next time if doing only one or two nites.
August 1, 2018 - reviewed by Robert McBride
I really loved this place. 2 night stay E/W, dump station. If you go in cool weather just keep your windows open & catch that beautiful dry air. Quiet place with enough space & shrubbery between sights that you feel like no one else is there. Lots to explore in the area, it’s a gem
March 16, 2018 - reviewed by BEH
One of our favorite Texas parks. Popular spot but if you can't get reservations there's overflow parking for $10.
May 7, 2017 - reviewed by Bear Man
It's a state park. Not a national park. That being said this place is pretty gorgeous. There are a few really good trails for hiking and biking. If you bike though you need to be sure your tire has that goo stuff that keeps it from going flat due to small punctures, but that's true for anywhere in south Texas. Camping spots are rather wide and spread apart. Everybody is very friendly. Bathrooms are clean. Camp host was friendly and helpful.
April 13, 2017 - reviewed by M. ALLEN
Set on top of a hill with a choice of water/electric or semi primative, no trees but has table shelters and firepits. Pay entry fee daily as in all texas state parks. Nice view of surrounding scrub and some trails.