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.