Davis Mountains State Park Camping
The northern half of the park, north of State Highway 118, has been designated the Limpia Canyon Primitive Area, a special use area with a required fee. Currently, it includes 10 miles of backcountry hiking trails with primitive campsites, a secured parking area, and a host campsite.
Developed facilities south of State Highway 118 include restrooms with and without showers; campsites with water; campsites with water and electricity; campsites with water, electricity, sewer, and cable TV connection; a group picnic area with tables, an outdoor amphitheater (capacity 200 - no fee); picnic sites; a playground; an interpretive center (staffed by volunteers); 9 miles of hiking trails (not including the Limpia Creek Primitive Area); and a Texas State Park Store. Special rates are available. A self-registration station is available at the headquarters for visitors arriving after office hours and/or park host duty hours. Campsite availability and status information are posted each evening.
6 - Hike-in (4 miles) Primitive Campsites. 4 mile hike up a mountain, elevation change is 800 feet. No ground fires allowed. Pets are allowed in this area. Visitors park in the Limpia Canyon Primitive Area designated parking. The gate to this area stays locked, you have to sign in during office hours to get the gate combo. - $6 per 4 people.
33 - Campsites with water . Sites have a picnic table, fire ring, and/or grill. Not all sites have water, several sites must share. - $9.
34 - Campsites with electric and water hook-ups. Sites have a picnic table, fire ring, and/or a grill. All sites have 20 and 30 amp service. Drive lengths vary, some are double. Park requires vehicle lengths for these sites. - $13.
27 - Campsites with electric, water, sewer & cable TV hook-ups. Sites have a picnic table, fire ring, TV connections and/or a grill. Sites have 20, 30 and 50 amp service. - $16.