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New Texas State Park Reservation System Starting in 2019
Site-specific Booking

Reserve the site of your choice in our new reservation system!
Target date: Spring 2019 (see small print).
You will be able to select specific campsites, screened shelters, cabins and lodge rooms.
Features include:
  • statewide, city, zip code or park search for site types (tent, trailer, RV, horse, cabin, lodge room, group)
  • photos of each site
  • details for each site, such as utilities, parking pad length and width, amount of shade, and more.
The new system will:
  • make check-in at the park more efficient
  • hold your reserved site (even if you arrive later than other campers)
  • allow you to book neighboring sites for your group
  • let you look for sites that will work best for you and your family.
Booking now
If you make reservations now for 2019, you will not be able to reserve specific sites.
The new system will assign your reservation to a specific site. You can call the customer service center after the new system is in place and request another site, if you’d like.
Why the change?
Over 90 percent of state park systems, as well as national parks, offer site-specific reservations.
Most customers prefer that option to our current system, in which parks assign sites to customers when they arrive.
Small print
Software development delays are possible. Check back for updates!
You will not be able to reserve group sites or some primitive sites online.
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The upgraded system is now online.

State Park Reservations
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Our reservation system has been upgraded. All existing reservations are secure, and parks are open.

If you made a reservation prior to Jan. 26, 2019, it has been moved into the new reservation system. Get help with logging in to the new reservation system and changing reservations. Due to increased demand associated with reservation system upgrades, the Customer Service Call Center is handling a significantly increased number of calls. If you receive a busy signal, this means that all agents are busy; please try again later. If you need to cancel reservations arriving within the next seven days, you can simply email, or call the park directly on your scheduled day of arrival. We appreciate your patience.

Online Reservations
Check availability and make an online reservation, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You cannot reserve group facilities online.
Use a credit card to confirm reservations.
Get help with logging in to the new reservation system and changing reservations.

Phone Reservations
Monday through Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Make or cancel reservations.
Use a credit card to confirm your reservation.

Campsites, shelters, cabins and rooms (including those at Balmorhea): (512) 389-8900
Group facilities or organized group reservations: (512) 389-8920
T.D.D. - Call (512) 389-8915 to reach a text-only telecommunication device for the hearing impaired.
Specialty Lines
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Devils River: (512) 389-8901
Hueco Tanks: (512) 389-8911
Texas Outdoor Family Programs: (512) 389-8903
Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Decal: (512) 389-8917
T.D.D. - Call (512) 389-8915 to reach a text-only telecommunication device for the hearing impaired.
More reservation information:
More information on state park reservations.
Questions? Visit our FAQ page.
All Texas Parks and Wildlife regulations, rules and policies apply to reservations. This includes administrative fees for changing reservations.

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