Places To Stay In Caprock Canyon

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Places To Stay In Caprock Canyon

Campsites

In addition to day trips for hiking or biking, Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway allows camping. For overnight stays, campers can utilize park campsites or primitive sites along the Trailway. For access to water and electricity, visitors can camp at the Honey Flat. Wildhorse offers water in addition to two corrals for horses. The Little Red area has a picnic shelter but no water or electricity. The South Prong site is a primitive site with no water or electricity. For more adventurous campers, there are two hike-in sites, the North Prong and South Prong Hike Ins. For these sites, you must backpack over a mile down the trail. These sites do not offer water or electricity. When camping along the Trailway, be sure to remain within park boundaries. Many of the campsites in Caprock Canyon State Park fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve your camping spot ahead of time so you won't be disappointed.

Campsites

Campsites with Electricity

(50 amp)

People per Site: 8 | Number of Sites: 10
These sites are in the Honey Flat Area
- Picnic Table
- Fire Ring
- Water Hookup
- 50 amp hookup
- Shade Shelter
- Lantern Post
- Restrooms Nearby

Campsites with Electricity

(30 amp)

People per Site: 8 | Number of Sites: 25 
These sites are in the Honey Flat Area
- Picnic Table
- Fire Ring
- Water Hookup
- 30 amp hookup
- Shade Shelter
- Lantern Post
- Restrooms Nearby

Campsites with Water

 

People per Site: 8 | Number of Sites: 9
These sites are in the Lake Theo Area
- Picnic Table
- Fire Ring
- Water Nearby 
- Shade Shelter
- Lantern Post
- Restrooms Nearby

Primitive Campsites
(Walk-in | Little Red)

 

People per Site: 8 | Number of Sites: 10
Located in the Little Red Camping Area. Tent camping only. Walk in 10-30 yards from parking area. Bring your own water and carry out all trash. There are no showers
- Fire Ring / Grill
- Covered Picnic Tables
- Organic Toilet

Primitive Campsites
( Walk-In | South Prong)

 

People per Site: 8 | Number of Sites: 30
Located in the South Prong Camping Area. Tent camping only. Walk in 10-30 yards from parking area. You must bring in your own water and carry out all trash. There are no showers.
- Fire Ring / Grill
- Organic Toilets

Primitive Campsites
(Hike-In)

 

People per Site: 4 | Number of Sites: 40
Located in the North Prong and South Prong Primitive Camping Areas. 16.3 miles of associated trails
- 1 Mile hike to camping area
- Bring drinking water
- All trash must be carried out
- Pets allowed on leash only
- No ground fires allowed
- Composting toilets nearby

Primitive Campsite
( Hike-In | Along Trailway )

 

People per Site: 4
Primitive camping is available along the length of the Trailway
- Seven mile minimum hike / bike
- No potable water
- Bring your own drinking water
- No campfires allowed
- Containerized fuel stoves allowed
- All trash must be carried out
- Chemical restrooms available

Primitive Campsites
(Equestrian)

 

There are a number of horse friendly camp sites, within Caprock Cayon.

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