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Big Ben National Park

Big Ben National Park

Ben Murphy was killed when a large tree branch fell on his tent. And, of course, keep a safe distance from bison as they are wild and dangerous—never approach. Lodging is available at the Sauceda Bunkhouse.

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Raft or paddle the Rio Grande on the border between Texas and Mexico. Explore what used to be a working ranch on horseback. Set up your tent in perfect solitude. Park headquarters was once ranch headquarters, complete with the owner’s home.

Welcome to the Other Side of Nowhere! Big Bend Ranch State Park offers outdoor recreation for the truly adventurous. This remote park features rugged mountains, steep canyons, amazing views, unparalleled night skies, and solitude in a high desert setting. The park stretches along the Rio Grande in far west Texas, on the U. Things to Do Visitors can hike, mountain-bike, backpack, paddle, ride horses or explore by vehicle the park has two- and four-wheel-drive roads.

Extreme heat warning In warm weather months, be prepared for extreme summer heat. Temperatures typically exceed degrees by late morning and can reach as high as degrees in the sun. They remain at dangerous levels even after sunset. Carry Big Ben National Park of extra water on the trails, and stay off trails in the afternoon. Explore 70 miles of unmaintained dirt roads Big Ben National Park high-clearance four-wheel-drive vehicles.

Float, fish and hike, or drive the scenic Camino del Rio FM Stay overnight Campers can choose from drive-up or hike-in primitive sitesor equestrian sites. All sites except backcountry can be reached by vehicle. Some roads require four-wheel-drive or high clearance.

Campsites offer solitude and great vistas; all except backcountry offer some camp amenities. Lodging is available at the Sauceda Bunkhouse.

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Police will prepare a report for the coroner. Rangers will lead an informative talk, pointing out constellations and planets in the night sky, and then offer telescopes for pointed viewing. Never operate it in confined spaces, such as inside tents.