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Escondido Draw Recreational Area


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Escondido Draw Recreational Area Crockett County is home to the Escondido Draw Recreational Area, a 3,400 acre park. The park is open to all-terrain vehicles and includes a 35+ mile single track trail for dirt bikes and 23+ miles of scenic trails and challenging hills for ATVs and OHVs.

Primitive campsites and RV spots are available. Other amenities include showers, restrooms, and a bunk house. Water, sewer, and electrical services are still under construction.

The park facilities and trail systems were designed and constructed specifically for motorized off-road purposes. The trail system is being developed by the all-volunteer TMTC membership and will be mapped and rated with proper signage.

Whether you are an off-road pro, a novice, or something in between, you will find fun and adventure for the whole family in a unique and beautiful outdoor setting at Escondido Draw.

The park is open Fridays and Saturdays a number of months out of the year. Please confirm open dates before planning your visit.

For more information visit www.escondidodraw.org or www.texasmotorizedtrails.com


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Escondido Draw Recreational Area

Crockett County is home to the Escondido Draw Recreational Area, a 3,400 acre park. The park is open to all-terrain vehicles and includes a 35+ mile single track trail for dirt bikes and 23+ miles of scenic trails and challenging hills for ATVs and OHVs.

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