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Seminole Canyon State Park and Historic Site

US Highway 90, Comstock Val Verde County, TX 78837
+1 432-292-4464
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Family fun

As far as costs go this was a great family get away. Kids 13 and under are free to gain access, so... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
O1745VQjasonk
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San Antonio, Texas
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Nice campground, interesting trails and pictographs

This is a very nice park (entrance fee is $3 per person per day) with good campgrounds and a... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Sarracenia
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Norman, Oklahoma
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Park with spectacular views and some quiet campsites.
  • Excellent70%
  • Very good25%
  • Average5%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
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“rock art” (10 reviews)
“del rio” (10 reviews)
“guided tour” (12 reviews)
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Hours Today: 08:00 - 16:45
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US Highway 90, Comstock Val Verde County, TX 78837
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

As far as costs go this was a great family get away. Kids 13 and under are free to gain access, so it only costs $3 dollars total for one adult. As far as guided tours go they are not as frequent call ahead of...More

Thank O1745VQjasonk
Reviewed 3 May 2017

This is a very nice park (entrance fee is $3 per person per day) with good campgrounds and a number of trails (including a bicycle trail). Checkout is at 2 pm and there are campsites without electricity or water. At 10 and 3 pm (no...More

Thank Sarracenia
Reviewed 28 April 2017

We were there on a Monday so we didn't get to see the pictographs (no tour offered). They did have a nice little museum and overlook at the visitor center. The campground is nice and quiet and a good stopover.

1  Thank darwinmoore
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Classic Texas scenery. If you are wanting to see a bit of "movie style" Texas scenery, go here. You can see most everything in a day. Beautiful canyons, and walks to suit your ability and stamina. Plenty of places to stop for a picnic with...More

Thank wgpworm
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

This place will wear you out if you like hiking and trails! Bring good shoes, lots of water, a camera, and don't even think about bringing your bike on the Canyon trail unless you just want to hike your bike. Close sites and the showers...More

Thank wmcbryde21
Reviewed 12 February 2017

Texas does an outstanding job of operating their Texas State Parks. The Park Ranger at the Visitor Center desk was extremely professional and helpful. Nearby Amsted National Recreation Area was on site with a team from their Outreach Education staff conducting a program for local...More

1  Thank cwt2015
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

We visited Seminole Canyon State Park in November 2016. We camped here in our popup camper. Our site was very nice! It was flat, level and quite roomy with a nice big covered picnic table and fire pit. The visitor center was really cool. It...More

Thank randolphclan
Reviewed 27 November 2016

Visited this park with my family. We were planning to take a tour of Fate Bell Canyon, but it was drizzly, so the tour was called off. We hiked the Rio Grande trail instead, and had a great time. The real prize is the overlook...More

Thank Luis T
Reviewed 20 November 2016

Step back in time thousands of years to the era of the Desert Archaic Peoples. Visit their magnificent Cave Rockshelters and view the incredible Rock Art masterpieces they have left for us. This is a magical place, It will require you to be fit and...More

1  Thank bajabo
Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

Stopped here on our way to Big Bend and it was the perfect midway point. The canyons are beautiful and you can only go with a guide. Check before going for times. The tour lasts an hour and a half and requires you to walk...More

Thank houstontravelingfool
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garciasolis
Do the showers have hot water?
10 December 2016|
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Response from bajabo | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Both men & women have nice hot showers. There are some RV sites on the lower level very close to the restrooms/showers. Happy Holidays! Baja Bo
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Rebecca A
Hi, is this park ok to visit/hike with small children? I have a 4 and 6 year old (plus older children too), but not sure how aggressive the hikes are. I really want to visit the cave/rock art but hoping we don't drive all the way to discover it's too rough for the littler ones. Also, does this park have guided tours during the week of Nov. 21-23. Thanks.
21 November 2016|
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Response from bajabo | Reviewed this property |
Suggest you call the park and ask the raangers about thew Fate Bell Shelter hike. You'd need to hang onto your kids climbing up & down the steps to the canyon bottom, Also climbing up into the Rock Shelter tpo see the art... More
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Amanda D
Can anyone compare Seminole Canyon versus Hueco Tanks? If you only had time to do one, which is the best payoff in terms of beauty for effort?
28 October 2016|
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Response from Rico R | Reviewed this property |
Seminole Canyon is remote, beautiful and peaceful. It has one pictograph tour and several hiking trails down to the Rio Grande. Huecos is a bouldering Mecca with lots of people and activities. It is next to El Paso so it has... More
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