The National Park Service operates three developed frontcountry campgrounds:
The concession-operated Rio Grande Village RV Campground (with full hook-ups) is also located at Rio Grande Village.
Visitors can stay in the park up to 14 consecutive nights in either a front or backcountry site, with a limit of 28 total nights in the park in a calendar year. Campers can occupy a specific site up to 14 total nights in a year. Between February 1-April 15, visitors are limited to a total of 14 nights in the park.
Did You Know?
Ward Mountain (6,925'/2,111m), which forms the southern boundary of "The Window" is named for Johnnie Ward, a cowboy who worked for the G4 ranch in the Big Bend area in the mid-1880s.