What was an unplanned stop turned out to be simply amazing. Seminole Canyon State Park is a little gem near the US/Mexico border that just happened to be about halfway to Big Bend National Park from Garner. So, we decided to break up the drive and give it a try.

We picked a spot in the primitive camping area (meaning no power, water, etc. Just a spot to park the RV for the night) with an incredible view of the desert surrounding the park’s namesake, Seminole Canyon. 

A quick look at the trails map told us a morning hike was in order. Once we reached the canyon’s edge we practiced our echoes and there wasn’t a soul around to be disturbed by our crew yelling things like “watermelon” and “hello, helloooooo…”. We look forward to dipping into more unplanned adventures like this one.

Hiking and heading out

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