About the location
Here you will find a blending of cultures, breathtaking landscapes, a warm and passionate community, a slower pace, and an oasis of beauty, peace and solitude. The park offers hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, camping, plant and wildlife spotting, stargazing, touring Mexican villages, horseback riding, delicious BBQ, and more.
Find the top rated mountain hikes, desert walks, and canyon adventures - and the best panoramic views that come with them.
The Park has 200 miles of trails to explore and 118 miles of river. Check out the must do's, such as Emory Peak and Santa Elena Canyon.
Experience a US-Mexico border crossing at Boquillas.
Boat across the Rio Grande for a small fee and explore this Mexican village through food, artisans and color. Don't forget your passport!
Where to stay and eat in the Park as well as neighboring towns Terlingua and Lajitas
What to do and see in the Park
Recommended local guides and outfitters
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