Texas State Parks have it all. Located throughout the state’s diverse and vast landscape, you can find beautiful lakes, rushing rivers, sprawling deserts, limestone hills, cypress swamps, sandy shorelines and piney woods. With year-long camping weather throughout much of the state, there’s always a place to get your Tentrr on with family and friends.
The Lone State State offers endless opportunities for swimming, fishing, picnicking, bird watching, mountain biking, canoeing, rock climbing, horse riding and backpacking. With convenient locations within an hour’s drive of major cities like Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Ft. Worth and Dallas, you don’t have to go far to get out into nature and cook a bowl of chili over the campfire.
Tentrr is now open at Brazos Bend State Park, but will be coming to eight other Texas State Parks soon.
Tentrr’s fully equipped, ready-to-go campsites are the newest way to experience Texas State Parks. Spacious canvas safari tents come with a comfortable bed for a good night’s sleep, Adirondack chairs for optimal stargazing and a fire pit to keep you warm (don't forget to bring marshmallows). Tentrr is a better way to camp.
Tentrr sites in Texas are a great camping option for couples, families and groups like outdoor clubs. Most of our campsites are also pet-friendly, so bring your pup along! In addition to the platform tent, each site is equipped with one pop-up tent for additional campers. Parents with young children will find the main safari tent is roomy enough to fit a pack ‘n play or even a twin air mattress next to the tent bed.
Campers bring their own bedding, dishes, flashlights, and firewood to the Tentrr site. Specific campsite parking details are provided once the reservation is booked.
Just 45 minutes Southwest of Houston, Brazos Bend State Park is a scenic haven for birdwatchers, wildlife observers and stargazers. Campers can enjoy over 30 miles of multi-use trails and fish at 3 different lakes in the park. Popular programs offered by the park include bird and photography hikes, alligator and snake education programs, and guided hikes of Creekfield Lake.