If you're visiting Austin from out-of-town, the last thing you want to worry about is how to get your camping equipment to Big Bend National Park -- and of course, purchasing cheap gear just for the weekend and trashing it afterwards has undesirable environmental impacts. If you're planning on camping at Big Bend National Park, take the easy way out, reserve your gear online, and pick it up en route!
Reservations are easily bookable online, and your gear will be ready for curbside pickup!
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Big Bend National Park is the 14th largest national park in the United States (801,163 acres). Whether you’re camping at Chisos Basin Campground, another area within the park, or just visiting for the day, Big Bend National park is a great place to see desert wildlife, vistas, and vegetation.
This national park is particularly interesting because it hugs the Rio Grande river which serves as a border between the United States and Mexico. In-fact, there’s even an area within the park where visitors can cross into Mexico and enjoy the hospitality of local guides via the Boquillas Crossing Port of Entry.
This is definitely a unique national park to put on your visit list!