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Old 09-16-2016, 02:42 AM   #1
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Any boondocking in or around Terlingua, Texas? And if so, how would it be for winter/snowbirding? Thank you in advance.
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We love the area down there and have made several visits. Boondocking is tough in Texas as there is very little land that is not privately owned. It's cheap in the park (Big Bend) but I'm sure there are limits to the time you can stay. It's also quite crowded during the annual Chili Cookoffs which should be one of the first weekends in November. Good luck.


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Boondocking for the whole winter would be difficult in Texas because there isn't much public land for such. You would also have 150 miles round trip to get major groceries. There's not much in Terlingua and the winters do get cold.
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