Chinati Hot Springs

Box 67 Candelaria Route, Marfa, Texas, 79843, United States | Campground
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Canyon, desert and mountains

A travel blog entry by clark65


Today we slept in and finally got started as the sun began to shine and the temps began to rise. We arrived at the Santa Elena Canyon at about 12:30 ahter drivin 15 miles along the scenic gravel "Old Maverick Road". We enjoyed a picnic lunch outside the canyon entrance and then started on the trail. This is a beautiful hike along the Rio Grande through a canyon with 1000 foot sheer cliffs ...

Day of cold adventure

A travel blog entry by clark65


We woke to temps in the low to mid fifties - a bit cold for a river trip one would think? Not too cold for the Dickenscheidts! Before we had time to even think about the cold, the realization that we had overslept because of daylight saving time (spring back) hit us and we had to leave NOW! We made it to the pick up spot and headed out with our guides for a day on the river. At the ...

Marfa stop

A travel blog entry by crisguidi


Boy....this was a pleasant surprise! Marfa is about 30 minutes west of Alpine and has a population of 2121. But just outside of Marfa is a well known site where mysterious lights have been seen in the desert. The Marfa lights are not understood. They are twisting, merging, darting lights that are viewed from many miles away across the desert. Early settlers thought they wee Apache fires while Apaches thought they were falling stars. To date ...

Out and about, exploring the cracks

A travel blog entry by billhall


... was to die for. was fantastic.

After this, Laurie wanted to walk the outside grounds at the Chinati foundation, and I walked with her for a bit. It is on an old army base, that used to be a cavalry base...and I don't mean air cav.....I mean chasing Pancho Via on horses cavalry. It was also used during WW II. There were old watering troughs for the cavalry horses still there. A lot of the barracks and buildings are ...

Digging up Dom

A travel blog entry by billhall


... throw a rock into Mexico. There's no fence, no border guard, and it's so remote, and rugged, it would be incredibly difficult to cross here. If you wanted, you could wade across the river in some parts, swim in others, and go to Mexico and under two or three minutes. The border has always been porous here. Animals and people have crossed back and forth here for hundreds of years with no thought of the fact they're crossing an international ...

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This campground, located on Box 67 Candelaria Route, Marfa, is near Fort Leaton.
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