Chinati Hot Springs

Address: Box 67 Candelaria Route, Marfa, Texas, 79843, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Box 67 Candelaria Route, Marfa, is near Fort Leaton.
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      Travel Blogs from Marfa

      Big Bend National Park

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 26, 2015

      3 comments, 98 photos

      ... in the river after getting heated up in the springs. I note the sign along the river bank annotating how dangerous this can be and the number of folks that have died doing this each year.

      The hot spring water here is considered old water, fossil water, ancient and irreplaceable. Heated by geothermal processes and emerging at 105 degrees. The water carries dissolved mineral salts reputed to have healing powers. The therapeutic value of heat has long been touted as ...

      Prada Marfa

      A travel blog entry by laurenross on Apr 21, 2014

      1 photo

      "Prada Marfa - The middle of the West Texas desert isn’t the first place you’d expect to find a fully stocked Prada store, but stop a few miles outside of the tiny town of Valentine, Texas and you’ll find just that. The brainchild of Berlin-based artistic team Elmgreen and Dragset, Prada Marfa was meant to be a “pop architectural land art project.” Built of a biodegradable adobe-like substance, the building is meant to slowly melt back into the ...

      The best road so far - a rollercoaster

      A travel blog entry by oliverlodge on Mar 29, 2014

      9 photos

      ... Along this road we stopped at an old film set on the Rio Grande where they had filmed 8 westerns, we stopped when we saw a vulture sunning itself to the rising sun and stopped many times along the river for photo ops across the river into Mexico. We missed the spot where apparently you can park up and get a boat across into Mexico to a tiny town - ah well, next time!

      Brilliant morning ride!
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      Out and about, exploring the cracks

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 13, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... hand held light metering, tripods, etc. A big day shooting medium format is maybe 8 shots.....and I can burn a couple of hours doing it. I did my shots, and decided that I would prowl about town a bit before I had to pick Laurie up.

      The wind picked up after I dropped Laurie off. The whistling winds brought forth a Texas stereotype....the tumbleweed! They're bushes, that have died and dried out. They break off at the ground and ...

      Digging up Dom

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 12, 2014

      43 photos

      ... heavily hispanic culture.

      We leave the store and head towards FM (farm to market) 170. I pass a panaderia on the right and slam on the brakes and pull a quick U turn. For those of you that don't know....panaderia means "bakery". And I do love me some baked goods...especially Mexican pastries! We wound up with apple "pancake", which is very similar to apple pie, mexican cinnamon cookies, and freshly made flour tortillas! Score!!!! The family that ...