Terlingua Accommodations

Accommodations in Terlingua

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The SpaceThe Dome will be featured on HGTV's "Mighty Tiny Houses" on New Years Day, 2017. Please tune in. There are a few dates open still in January and February if you'd like to experience the dome in person. I've had the fortune of hosting many incredible guests from around the world who have met the challenge of off grid living in the desert of Far West Texas, whether it be for one night, a week, or a month. Though the dome does offer one night rentals, I do urge you to stay at least 2 nights to really settle into off-grid life. It also makes the cleaning fee more justifiable to you. The dome makes a good base for daily trips to different sites, towns, and hikes around the Big Bend Region. Also, I'd like to mention, if it is not already implied, that as a host I subscribe to Airbnb's Community Commitment and nondiscrimination policy which states... " We believe that no matter who you are, where you are from, or where you travel, you should be able to belong in the Airbnb community. By joining this community, you commit to treat all fellow members of this community, regardless of race, religion, national origin, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or age, with respect, and without judgment or bias." And now back to our regular scheduled program... The Off Grid Dome shelter is now completed and is accepting rental guests to share the off-grid experience, and to also help fund this project and future projects . The dome is a very remote and unique space in the desert near Big Bend National Park. The dome rests in an isolated but easily accessible off-grid setting in one of the few remaining territories under a dark sky ordinance, which offers unmatched views of the night sky, and a completely unobstructed view of a horizon that delivers truly majestic sunrises and sunsets. Though the dome is isolated, the entrance to Big Bend National Park is just a 25 minute drive and the historic Terlingua Ghost town about the same. The dome is an earthen structure, with a cob (adobe) barrier to provide shelter from the desert elements such as heat, cold, winds, and rain. The newly built dome kitchen provides a two burner propane stove and oven, as well as a refrigerator that is powered by solar power. In fact, all power to the dome comes directly from a modest solar energy system and will power phones, laptops, and lights, but not much more (no hair dryers for instance). The kitchen sink pumps water from a small rain collection cistern and thus I ask guests to be very strategic with water use. Separate drinking water is provided as well. In hotter months, a fan is provided, and the nature of the thick adobe provides a buffer against the Summer temps (with limitations). The wrap around windows provides a good cross breeze and fresh air when needed. In cooler months, a small propane heater is provided for a little extra boost, as well as clean linens and a duvet cover. The dome and linens will not be cleaned during your stay. There is no flush toilet, and so you must be comfortable using a composting toilet that is in a separate, and private outhouse next to the dome. There is no shower on site, but I can give you recommendations for $2 coin showers in town. Or you can try an outdoor solar bag shower on the property. There is wifi on site. The property is very accessible by road, with only the last mile being on a gravel road in good condition. Read house rules to learn about amenities. Looking forward to hearing from you and even more so, to hosting you out here in the magnificence of the Big Bend. Guest Access A private earth-built dome, parking, wifi, a kitchen, kitchen supplies, and a composting toilet. Interaction with Guests There is a good chance that I'll be staying on the property in an adjacent tiny home. If I am staying on the property, I can fix you a cup of locally roasted coffee in the morning, OR, if you are wanting complete privacy and isolation, we can work something out to where I can plan to be offsite during your stay. I do have a friendly shepherd/coyote mix and can keep him in a fence or let him play with you depending on your affinity towards canines. Looking forward to hearing from you and even more so, to hosting you out here in the magnificence of the Big Bend. Guest AccessA private earth-built dome, parking, wifi, a kitchen, kitchen supplies, and a composting toilet. Interaction with GuestsI am off on my own travels and will not be on site. Your reservation will be set up as a self check-in check-out deal with a coded keyless entry into the dome. Your bed will be ready for you with clean linens before your arrival, but won't be refreshed during your stay. Though I will be traveling, I will be available by phone, email, text, and though the Airbnb messaging center. I have a couple point people in the area who can help in case of any urgent need. The NeighborhoodThe only amenities that the dome is in walking distance to are the natural features of the Chihuahuan desert, spectacular sunrises and sunsets, and one of the best locations in the world to see the unobstructed night sky. A large grocery store called "The Cottonwood" with everything from organics to vices is in Study Butte and is about 20 minutes away by car. They are open until 9 PM. The entrance to the National Park is about 25 minutes away, and the Chisos Mountains in the National Park takes about an hour. There are some great trails up there. If you like hot springs, there is a great one near Rio Grande Village in the National Park. It is a good way to rest the muscles after a good day hike. Give yourself an hour and a half to get back to the dome from the hot springs. Terlingua Ghost Town has a great restaurant called the Starlight Theatre. There is music there almost every night. The closest restaurant to the dome is called Tivos. It has great authentic Mexican food and I think is only open Thursday through Saturday nights. Service can take awhile because they make everything from scratch. You are welcome to try an outdoor solar shower at the dome, but your best bet are the showers up at the Terlingua Ranch Lodge (13 miles up the road from the dome), or the $2 coin showers in Study Butte at the Big Bend Motor Inn. The $2 showers are on your way to and from the National Park and there are multiple showers. The Terlingua Ranch Lodge has a great swimming pool that costs $5 per car, which includes a bath house with showers as well. Bring your own towel. Getting AroundThere is no public transit from the remote location, and so a car is necessary. It would also be a good spot for a long distance cyclist. A grocery store is a few miles away. The town of Terlingua is 30 minutes by car and the entrance to the National Park is about a 25 minute drive from the dome.
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The SpaceStroll down the flagstone walkway past the shaded hammock area through the limestone rock archway into the first courtyard. The cottage is up some stairs to your right. It is a one room structure with a full-sized bed, desk, kitchen table w/ chairs, stove with oven, large fridge and small sink with windows everywhere. It has a heater in the winter and 2 air-conditioners in the summer. As you turn to go back through the door, you catch ahold of the view of the Chisos Mountains in Big bend National Park. You descend the stairs back into the courtyard, and find a wonderful handmade fireplace, a large dining table, an outdoor shower (with great hot water) and a large kitchen sink with large metal counters for an outdoor kitchen. If you walk through the next archway you come to the second courtyard: to your right is a breakfast table surrounded by rock and greenery and wood, and to your left, a pergola with another full-sized bed (in case you want to sleep outside) surrounded by 4 bougainvillea. Keep going through the small, tall garden of chili and flowers and watermelons (depending on the season) to the bathroom. It is up 3 steps and includes a tub, a sink and a toilet, and Moroccan light fixtures. This property is on the north side of the Ghost Town, so it's quiet and private here, but you have your own view and can walk easily through the ruins to The Starlight Theater or to the Ghost Town for coffee or shopping.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThanks for your interest in the Leapin' Lizard! The Leapin' Lizard Guest House is a small rain-catchment and solar-powered adobe and stone house on 20 acres, located 2 miles from Terlingua Ghostown, the cultural center of Terlingua's universe. It's convenient to both Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park. Hiking, mountain biking, rafting and canoeing, atv, jeep, air tours and golf are all activities close by. The porch of the Terlingua Trading Company in the Ghostown is the local 'family room', where live music is often played. The Starlight Theatre, also in the Ghostown, offers fine dining and music as well. La Kiva is another popular restaurant nearby. The Leapin' Lizard sits at the end of a dirt road - very private and peaceful, with a great view of the Chisos Mts. in Big Bend Nat. Park. It's located nine tenths of a mile off of the pavement, but it's a good road, fine in any weather, for any vehicle with normal clearance. Water at the guest house is provided by a rain-water collection system, fairly common here in our desert. Mindfulness about the amount of water you use is important here. The Leapin' Lizard is also a solar-powered place, and while there are lights, plus you can charge any devices you may have, I recommend that you leave high-electricity-use items such as hair dryers at home. Please don't bring ANY appliances of your own such as fans, coffee-makers, MEDICAL DEVICES or electronic toys... An oscillating floor fan is provided. The adobe has a very comfortable queen-size bed, with linens and towels provided. The guest house really serves two people best, but if you have up to four people total in your group, a campsite with a raised tent pad, fire pit, and picnic table is available for overflow for $20 per person per night and can accommodate two. No very young children, please, as there are safety concerns; the house sits in a native environment and there are steps, rocks, and cacti all around. If you have children that you hope to have stay as well, let's talk about it first. Wi-fi is available on the property, but not accessible inside the guest house. You'll find a good signal and a comfortable place to sit at the campsite. The outdoor kitchen has what you need to fix meals from breakfast burritos to steaks, including a small propane refrigerator, a 4-burner cook top, and a charcoal Weber grill. A good-sizedice chest is provided, handy for icing down cold drinks.There is no oven and no microwave. Drinking water, cooking oil, and spices are provided, as well as coffee fixins and a selection of teas. The coffee system is a porcelain Melita cone/ filter and insulated carafe, which is ready for coffee lovers upon arrival. There are plenty of dishes and utensils of all kinds. The kitchen facility is simple but very serviceable. The sink is an old enamel/cast iron one from the 50's, with built-in drain boards and cupboard space below. There's a large stainless steel container with a faucet that provides water to the sink. You can also bring hot water for dish washing from the spigot located in the outdoor shower a few steps away, in the enameled kettle provided for that purpose. Simple, but it works. The, ahem, bathroom facilities are about 30' from the house, in a little adobe structure that houses a sink and a county approved propane incinerating toilet, and the most necessary requirement - a seat with a view. An incinerating toilet is meant mostly for solid waste, but can also handle some liquid. Peeing in the great outdoors is not a requirement and at your discretion, but is greatly appreciated.The stone outdoor shower is plenty private, yet you can still enjoy the view of the mountains over the top of its cedar gate. There's lots of hot water, of course. There is also a separate campsite convenient to the guest house, equipped with a 15'x15' raised tent pad, a picnic table, a fire pit, and two Adirondack chairs. If you are interested in setting up a tent for, say, your teenagers, or another couple, consider the campsite an option. New as of January 2017, there's a double bed located on a separate shaded patio near the guest house. Above it is a small deck, nice for star gazing. You can light a small fire in the chiminea out on the porch if you like, and there's also a stone fire ring available when Brewster County is not under a burn ban, and a fire pit also at the campsite. Firewood is sometimes available in limited quantities, but you're certainly welcome to bring your own. Our grocery store also sells small bundles. The Leapin' Lizard is normally available to guests from September through May, but if the lack of a.c. in this solar-powered house is not an issue, accommodations can be arranged during the summer months for a discounted rate of $145 per night's stay. There's another building, which began life as a two-stall horse barn, about 200 feet west of the rental (the porch/ main windows/ views from the rental face east, towards the National Park). It's being converted into a home now, and is where I live. I understand, however, that peace and privacy are two of the best things about being at my guest house, and I make certain you have plenty of both. Hope to see you in Terlingua! Guest AccessYou have access to the whole 20 acres, the adobe bedroom, the porch, which contains the kitchen area, has a small dining table, a chiminea, and comfortable seating for relaxing with a book or enjoying the view. The stone addition to the adobe houses the water heater and is currently used for storage. It isn't part of the guest house yet, but will eventually be an indoor shower/sink/dressing area for guests... There is also a separate 8'-high deck, nice for stargazing or throwing down a sleeping bag, with a shaded area and double bed on the stone patio below. Upon the deck is a great place to be, weather permitting, during any of the meteor showers that occur throughout the year. Also a nice place to just enjoy the mountain view! Interaction with GuestsI'm available to address any needs and questions my guests may have, but unless they initiate fellowship, I give folks plenty of space and privacy. I've met some wonderful people who have stayed with me, but understand that everyone is different and some are more interested in friendly interaction than others. I've lived in Big Bend 31 years and am happy to share my knowledge of the place, the outfitters and activities here, some of the best hikes to do, etc. Feel free to ask! There are also a few chores I do around the place, such as watering plants and checking on your drinking water supply, that I take care of as unobtrusively as possible - generally when you are out and about enjoying your day. The NeighborhoodSome things I love about my 'neighborhood' are the view! And the quiet! And the proximity to area attractions... I also consider the folks across the Rio Grande to be my neighbors and friends, and if you are so inclined and have a passport, it can be a wonderful experience to cross over (by rowboat) into the village of Boquillas, Coahuilla, Mexico. Located across the river from Rio Grande Village in Big Bend National Park, the crossing reopened there (finally!) awhile back. I mention it here so that if this interests you, you'll know to bring your passport... Getting AroundThere is no usual taxi sevice or public transit in Terlingua, except for a gal who has a business called 'Help Me, Rhonda' (yes, that IS her name). She runs a safe and comfortable van during some of our local events, such as the Terlingua Chili Cook-Off. Other Things to NoteI feed the birds here regularly, and you're likely to see a variety of feathered locals at the feeder, especially in the spring. Scaled quail come in, as do Scott's orioles and Mexican cardinals. There's a regular furry visitor - a young, one-eyed female coyote I call Thin Lizzie - you may also see her if you're lucky. It's common to hear the coyotes singing in the evening or early morning. There are also three great horned owls that hoot regularly in the early hours of the morning, mostly during the warmer months...
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The SpaceThe house was dubbed "Boystown" by Oregon river guides living here in the 80's, and the name just stuck. This stacked limestone cabin can comfortably fit one or two people. It has a bedroom, a kitchen, a living room, and a bathroom. Please note that the bathroom is separate from the house, but only a few steps out the back door. The patio, the porch and the yard all offer stunning views of the mountains and badlands of Big Bend National Park. Not to mention the night sky with stars from horizon to horizon. Float the river, enjoy world class biking or hiking only minutes away at Big Bend National Park or Big Bend Ranch State Park. Guest AccessThere is no Wi-Fi available on premises, but guests can access it at the Starlight Restaurant or La Posada coffee shop, both very nearby. Interaction with GuestsI live nearby and would be happy to share my knowledge of Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park as well as the Terlingua area itself. The NeighborhoodIt is only a few minutes away from La Posada Milagro coffee shop with free wifi. There are three restaurants and bars within a few blocks, The Starlight Theatre, The Boathouse, and the High Sierra. Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park are both a short drive away. Getting AroundBig Bend National Park is only eight miles east of here. Big Bend Ranch State Park is eleven miles to the west. Other Things to NoteEnjoy the view of the Chisos Mountains in Big Bend National Park from the porch. And after dark the stars put on their nightly show.
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Excellent
22 reviews
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The SpaceEquipped with full bath, full kitchen and living area. Fully furnished, all you need to bring is your personal supplies, food and fire wood. A patio with Fire Pit and a super view of the Chisos Mts. With room for just 2 there is still plenty of space to get comfy. We love kids but our Josephine is not child friendly ( sorry). Guest AccessYou will be welcome to use our one of a kind "Hobbit House" outdoor kitchen & cook on the furnished gas BBQ. Tables and benches are provided along with cookware. We now have a telescope for viewing the stars you are welcome to enjoy. Sit out on your patio and watch the wildlife. We feed the birds and bunnies several times a day and they are very friendly. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the property and will be available if you should need anything but we will let you discover the area on your own or we can make great suggestions for a days activities. The NeighborhoodYou will be within a short walking distance of 3 restaurants and bars that offer live music most nights, tour the Old Ghost Town and visit the Historic Terlingua Cemetery, mine site and Perry Mansion. Visit the Big Bend National & Big Bend State parks located just a few minutes away. The Famous Chihuahua Races are a must see in March, and of course the World Famous Chili Cook off on the first weekend in November. Getting AroundWhile there is no local transportation you can get to most places in your car, you will have off street parking right out front . Even Bikers love the area as we have paved roads right to our location. YES! BIKERS are welcome! Other Things to NoteWhile Small dogs are welcome there is a one time $25.00 per animal pet fee. not reflected in nightly rate, to be paid at the time of arrival Please confirm about your dog before you book.
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The SpaceThe house is a 90-year-old ruin which I bought in 1996 and took 16 years to fix up. It housed five Mexican miner families during the mercury mining boom here (1903 through 1943) with five rock rooms inside and two large outdoor rooms where they cooked and slept in the summer. The walls are 18-inch limestone rock and all the rocks came from my property. The rock mason, a Comanche/Mexican artisan, napped everything with my geology rock-hammer – not an electric saw. The walls are exquisite and belong in a church, hence the old name for my house, “Our Lady of Perpetual Construction.” The floor-plan of the house helps increase fresh air in the summer, and the aspect of the house increases warmth in the winter. Most of the water used in the house is from rain water catchment, but the toilet and laundry are on town water. There are more books in my house than there are in a bookerary and so time not spent playing outside can be sanctuary. The Main House comes with The Green Room (with queen sized bed, closest to the bathroom), The Master Bedroom (with full sized bed, Xmas lights, a big closet and three east facing windows), The Fish Room (one single bed, one child’s bed, and a kiva fireplace), 3 sleeping lofts with full sized futons, lights, electric fans, and place to plug in electronics, and two full sized futons outside on the Porch for real star-gazing/sunrise lovers. Included in the Main House Rental is a full sized bathroom, computer den and full kitchen (there is only one bathroom, so pick your friends carefully). Also outside, there’s a BBQ grill, porches on 3 sides of the house and exquisite views. The Main House is $325 a night plus tax, with a 2 night minimum stay (3 night minimum during the busy season). We like kids and dogs. The house has 5 double beds and 1 single, and can sleep up to 11 people. (Call for special requests).
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Excellent
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The SpaceNestled in the heart of the Christmas Mountains, the region is scenic, peaceful, and serene. Bird-watching, wildlife-spotting, hiking, and unwinding. Writers will love the head-space. Couples will love the privacy. Guest AccessLocated 3 miles from Terlingua Ranch Lodge, guests have access to restaurant, pool, bathhouse, laundry, hiking/biking trails, shooting range and more. Interaction with GuestsFor an added fee, guests can enjoy a guided tour of the Christmas Mountains and Big Bend National Park from an expert bird-watcher knowledgeable of the area. The NeighborhoodI love that I can go the whole day and not see another (URL HIDDEN) peaceful. The sunrises and sunsets are always amazing; we have wide-open skies and, with no lights around, a great view of the Milky Way! Getting AroundYou will need a vehicle to get here, all-weather road. Wear sturdy shoes; the desert is full of prickly, poisonous stuff! Other Things to NoteNo ATVs during hunting season. Pet friendly, but you are responsible for care and feeding. Outdoor solar shower available. TV/DVD Player
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The SpaceThink of camping with all the amenities~ Shower, indoor or out, kitchen, refrigeration, electricity, air conditioning, sailboat style flush toilet, additional bathhouse, nice bedding, all available for you to live in or use if you choose to camp. The property has two adjacent trailers with a separate bathhouse between them, including an outdoor shower. The trailers are never rented to separate parties. Each trailer is perfectly suitable for 2 people. Each trailer has a private bathroom and both trailers share the bathhouse. There is a futon in one of the trailers, making it comfortable sleeping for 4 people and increasing the party size to 6 total. Again, the trailer will only be rented to one party to insure your privacy. On cloudless nights Big Bend has an incredibly dark night sky, free of light pollution, offering a full canopy of stars.  You may also enjoy sleeping under the covered porch where you will find a bed on wheels that is perfect on cool, star filled nights. The road to the trailer is an all weather dirt road most of the year. July through September is our rainy season and it can get muddy and on occasion, flash flooding happens in the arroyos. You don't need 4x4 and high clearance is not necessary, but some clearance is. Sorry, no dogs allowed. Guest AccessFor now, we have no internet access, only a land line. Cell service works good for most carriers and texting seems to work great for everyone. Internet is available at La Posada Milagro y Poco Mas Cafe, in the Terlingua Ghost Town. A sweet spot where people gather, play music, share stories of the area. Interaction with GuestsI am a phone call away &/or a 10 minute drive if you need anything; suggest ideas for hikes, biking, river trips, birding, anything that comes to mind. I would be happy to meet you upon arrival to show you around and answer any questions you may have. If not, I'll respect your privacy and let you contact me with any needs you may have. The NeighborhoodYou are within walking distance from the Historic Ghost Town, Starlight Theater, Y Poco Mas, Music on the porch, human interaction, yet you will feel far away with the large views of the Chisos Mountains in Big Bend National Park, 15 minute drive to the west entrance. The lack of lights in our area make the skies feel so big you could fall into them. Hiking, biking trails leave right from your front door. Getting AroundThe road to the trailer is an all weather road most of the year. July through September is our rainy season and it can get muddy and on occasion, flash flooding happens in the arroyos. You don't need 4x4 and high clearance is not necessary, but some clearance is. A nice hike from your front door to the Ghost Town porch is about 1/2 mile as the Raven flies one way and is an easy walk back and forth. If you are a mountain bike enthusiast this is the place for you. I can't even begin to tell you about all the great trails in our area, there are too many. You can leave from your trailer and explore miles and miles of good dirt roads or you can drive to the Big Bend Ranch State Park and ride on their single track trails that are, simply put; awesome. Other Things to NoteI'm sorry but no dogs. We tried it and it didn't work.
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This is a lovingly refurbished 100 year old limestone rock ruin with beds and bedrooms surrounding a huge kitchen. There are several fireplaces, inside and out, and the house is decorated with objects I have brought back from around the world. The outdoor porch is huge with views of Big Bend National Park and beyond. There is also a smaller guesthouse with its own private courtyard, outdoor shower, pavilion, vegetable garden and private bath. The house is located within the Terlingua Ghost Town Historic area but is on the North side of the hill where it's peaceful and quiet. A 6 minute walk through the old ruins will get you to a coffeehouse and the famed Starlight Theatre in the Ghost Town.
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1br cottage
    A small private Guest House with the Chisos Mountains of Big Bend National Park for a view and walking distance from the Ghost Town. Inside the first courtyard you will find the cottage, with an outdoor shower, great outdoor fireplace, outdoor kitchen, and seating areas. Inside the cottage there is a full sized bed, a desk, a large refrigerator, a small stove, all cooking utensils, a desk, WiFi, small sink, eating area and lots of windows. The second courtyard has a small private seating area and a pergola with full sized bed and flowers. The bathroom has a flower/vegetable garden outside, and tub/toilet/sink inside. All bed and bathroom linens supplied. Water is rain catchment. Hot water supplied by on-demand propane system. Walls are constructed from 90 million year old limestone rock. Owner is on-site to help you decide where to go while here and to answer any questions you may have about the botany, environment, geology, archeology of area. Has lived here 17 years and constructed all the buildings here herself with a few strong helpers.
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      This is a 37 foot travel trailer with 27 feet of living space (the back 10 feet is a storage area). It has one queen size REAL bed and a fold out couch in the living room. There is an additional utility building that has an extra real flushing toilet, shower and community outside kitchen with a full size range/stove. We have hosted many tent campers on the property for $10 each per night, they too get use of the utility building. There is also an outside picnic table. The property is within walking distance to all restaurants, shops, historical cemetery, and bars in the Terlingua Ghost town. Lots of views of the surrounding mountains, close to the Big Bend Ranch State Park and Big Bend National Park, mountain bike and hiking trails. We are located in the Terlingau Ghost Town, lots of biking, hiking, rafting, and star gazing can be enjoyed by all; we also have an outdoor kitchen to use, a charcoal BBQ, and outside picnic table.
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      The SpaceTerlingua Las Ruinas is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. "Terlingua Fancy #1" is a large Sibley tent with comfy Queen bed with memory foam mattress in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. Walk to restaurants, bars, coffee. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and 1 shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Be sure and bring towels and toiletry items. Betsy and I will be available for you. We want you to have a great time. Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)-CAMP / (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Email - (EMAIL HIDDEN) Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. NOTE: We've learned that it's best to be clear about this: you're renting a tent that is outdoors. Texas weather is unpredictable. The wind may blow. It may rain. During the summer, it can be hot. In the winter, it can get cold. If the sound of wind blowing against your tent will disturb you, you may want to bring earplugs. If you're sensitive to heat, it may be best to book during the spring or fall. If you have questions, please ask first. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Be sure and bring towels and toiletry items. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I will be available for you. We'll either be on site or a short phone call away. It's best to contact us through AirBNB's messaging service. Cell ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Home Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) email - (EMAIL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. You'll be staying in a tent. If the wind is high and you're not used to it, the sound of the wind may keep you awake. If you're sensitive to night sounds, bring ear plugs.
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      Excellent
      25 reviews
      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceThe bedroom door has a keypad - you will receive the code when you book. Note the property is funky - so, if you like to stay somewhere different/eclectic/unique, then Casa Azul is for you. The kitchen area includes a small refrigerator, sink, hot water kettle, microwave, chairs and a table - with a nice, large window. Note the new bathroom is detached from the bedroom and kitchen area within a private courtyard (with 8' adobe wall). Short walk from bedroom door. The property has an additional - and dare we say awesome - outdoor shower (private). There is a deck and fire pit (you will need to bring wood or can buy in Study Butte, approx 5mi away). You have your own private driveway to the house. Please not you are in a rural ghostown. Many of the roads area gravel with no street lights. Guest AccessYou will have access to the bedroom, kitchen area (which is set up for coffee/tea makings), bathroom area, an additional outdoor shower, deck and fire pit area. Interaction with GuestsPlease call or email if you have any questions or concerns. The property manager lives close by. The NeighborhoodThe property is located in the historic Terlingua ghostown. You are in walking distance to several restaurants, the must-see historic Terlingua cemetery and lots of old ruins. Please note some of the ruins are actually refurbished homes - so please don't walk in private property. Getting AroundYou will be located in the heart of Terlingua ghostown and everything historic as well as restaurants and bars are all within a 1-5 minute walk. The National Park entrance is 10 miles down the highway and the State Park is 15 miles the other direction.
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      • Parking
      The SpaceThis listing is for a site to pitch your own tent at Terlingua Las Ruinas. This campsite is suitable for 1 small to medium sized tent. This is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. There are 2 bathrooms, 1 shower, and huge skies. Easy walk to all the restaurants, bars, coffee, and internet The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and 1 shower which has a "rain forest" shower head with plenty of hot water. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Betsy and I are committed to making sure you have a great experience. We'll either be onsite or a short phone-call away. Cell Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Home Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) email - (EMAIL HIDDEN) Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the 1 shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Be sure and bring towels and toiletry items. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I will be available for you. We'll either be on site or a short phone call away. Cell ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Home Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) email - (EMAIL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
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      The SpaceNOTE! During the summer, it's hot in Terlingua. Daytime temperatures can be up to 107F with night-time temps in the 80's at midnight falling to the 70's in the early morning hours. If you're not comfy with the heat, you might consider booking your vacation with us from September through May. This listing is a Coleman 3-person tent with Queen-Size memory foam mattress/mattress cover. Bring your own sleeping bag, pillows, etc. There are 2 restrooms and 1 shower with "rain forest" shower head and hot water on the campground. Terlingua Las Ruinas Campsite is an easy walk to restaurants, bars, live music, coffee, internet, and convenient to Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Both Chili Cook-Offs, hiking, biking, Mexico, and river trips. Take the old mining walking tour (info at the Terlingua Trading Company), walk around the historic Ghost Town Cemetery and absorb the history there. Enjoy the live music and amazing sunsets from the Terlingua Porch. Betsy and I will be available on site or just a phone call away. NOTE: We've learned that it's best to be clear about this: you're renting a tent that is outdoors. Texas weather is unpredictable. The wind may blow. It may rain. During the summer, it can be hot. In the winter, it can get cold. If the sound of wind blowing against your tent will disturb you, you may want to bring earplugs. If you're sensitive to heat, it may be best to book during the spring or fall. If you have questions, please ask first. Cell ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Home ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) email - (EMAIL HIDDEN) Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, mining ghost town, bars, restaurants, coffee shop, hiking, cycling, river-rafting, Mexico trips. For pictures and more information go to (URL HIDDEN) There is free parking at the campground. There is no public transportation in Terlingua. There is one gas station in town. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, all of it a short walk away from the campground. Until midnight (1 AM on Saturdays) you may hear laughter and music. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the 1 shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Be sure and bring towels and toiletry items. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I will be available for you. We'll either be on site or a short phone call away. Cell ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Home Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) email - (EMAIL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      75 reviews
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      Guest AccessYou have your own private bathroom just outside. You are free to sit outside and enjoy the sunset - or sunrise. Interaction with GuestsIf you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call or email. The NeighborhoodThe tipi is located on the same property as our other rental the Desert Pearl and Casa Piedra. You are within walking distance of all the restaurants and bars in town. Please no late night loud music or parties, others may be sleeping. You are also within walking distance to several restaurants, the must-see historic Terlingua cemetery and lots of old ruins. Please note some of the ruins are actually refurbished homes - so please don't walk in private property. Other Things to NoteNote the tipi is made of canvas and impossible to seal due to the poles sticking thru the top. That said, if it rains hard here in the desert you may experience some rain coming in from top - dripping into the center of the tipi. Please take care to keep your stuff away from the middle of the tipi if there is a chance of rains.
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      Excellent
      79 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
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      • Pets Allowed
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      • Swimming Pool
      The SpaceIt is not uncommon to see multiple storms raging at once while the sun is setting, lightning striking, moon beaming, stars shooting, and rainbows arching all in unison. The views stretch to an estimated 40-50 miles wide while boasting an ever changing kaleidoscopic sky that will come back to you in your dreams time and time again. Guest AccessYou will have the entire house to yourselves. I am a part of an association which allows my guests to access the public pool 13 miles away for $5 per car load. It is clean, in a beautiful setting, and not crowded the times I've been. Interaction with GuestsI am generally around the Big Bend area for 6 months at a time and am happy to meet with guests and answer questions about the area. I am typically away for the summer but know many people who will keep an eye on my place. I'd be happy to answer questions through email or phone when I'm out of the area. Other than that I will leave details about the functions of the household on note cards throughout the house. It is rather straight forward. The NeighborhoodYou will be lucky to see one car drive by a day leaving you with the feeling of ultimate solitude. All of my neighbors are friendly but will most likely just wave if you see them. Actually, people locally wave at everyone everywhere, so just wave back! Getting AroundThere is a grocery store (Cotton Wood) in Study Butte on your way into the national park from the house about 20 miles awayThere are all types of restaurants in Ghost Town Terlingua about 25 miles away. Big Bend National Park is about 22 miles away. Big Bend State Park is about 35 miles away. Mind you, everywhere you drive will feel like you're in a National Park! Other Things to NoteThis is a self check in and check out rental. You will be required to bring your own linens, blankets/sleeping bags, towels, fire wood, and drinking water. I have a kettle and French press but you must bring your own coffee and tea There is no flush toilet. This is a compost toilet that you spread peat moss over your business. I will provide peat moss and toilet paper. You will be required to empty and replace compost bucket in the designated area when you check out. It really isn't that bad of a process. Also, I do have an air conditioner but you can only put on between the hours of 11am-4pm at peak sunlight and only if it is not a cloudy day. You can NEVER use the AC at night!! This home runs entirely on solar energy so please do not use household appliances (hair dryers, blenders, irons, etc.). I catch all of my water from rain storms in cisterns so your showers and dishwashing will need to be gone about very methodically to conserve water. I will provide biodegradable soaps and request you to only use soaps of this nature. All of my water runs into an area that will eventually feed a garden. Please don't poison my soil with non-biodegradable soaps. This is a dry desert and water is very precious so please be mindful of your consumption. When you check out I require you to leave the house how it was left for you so other guests can enjoy a neat environment. This may include sweeping floors, washing dishes and putting them away, cleaning counters, table top, stove top, and refrigerator. I also require you to take all of your trash and recycling with you when you leave. If any of these things do not appeal to you I insist that you book a hotel/motel. Please respect my off grid home and be open to a more sustainable alternative to traditional lodging. Thank you.
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      The SpaceThis listing is for a site to pitch your own tent at Terlingua Las Ruinas. This site is suitable for 1 small to medium sized tent. This is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. There are 2 bathrooms, 1 shower, and huge skies. Easy walk to all the restaurants, bars, coffee, and internet This listing is for a campsite for you to put your tent on. There are two restrooms and 1 shower with "rain forest" shower head and hot water on the campground. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent site, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Betsy and I are committed to making sure you have a great experience. We'll either be onsite or a short phone-call away. Cell Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Home Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) email - (EMAIL HIDDEN) Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. See more at (URL HIDDEN) There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Be sure and bring towels and toiletry items. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I will be available for you. We'll either be on site or a short phone call away. Cell ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Home Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) email - (EMAIL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
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      The SpaceA fully refurbished Avion trailer (think Airstream) with a queen size bed, counter top with sink, breakfast table, couch and chairs, and excellent air conditioning (note the space is on the power grid, not a solar home). There is also a large bench on opposite side of Avion from the bed that can easily sleep an adult. Outside deck with table and chairs to enjoy the view of the mountains. Interaction with GuestsIf you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call or email. The NeighborhoodThe property is located in the historic Terlingua ghostown. You are in walking distance to several restaurants, the must-see historic Terlingua cemetery and lots of old ruins. Please note some of the ruins are actually refurbished homes - so please don't walk in private property. Getting AroundThere is parking right next to the Desert Pearl. There are three restaurants and bars within a 3-5 minute walk. The entrance to Big Bend National Park is 10 miles down the road and Big Bend State Park entrance is 15 miles down the road the other way.
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      Good
      28 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceEnjoy this 480 square foot kabin located on the premises of a long term Terlingua resident known as Kathy the Kosmic Kowgirl! A full kitchen with gas stove, double sink and full sized fridge complete with dishes is at one end of this kabin. At the opposite end is the bedroom with a queen sized bed. Between, is the living room furnished with a sleeper love seat and the bathroom with a large shower and electric composting toilet. There will be a full sized inflatable mattress for extra guests. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to enjoy the entire kabin and the views of Bee Mountain to the north. Parking is on the west side of the kabin. Guests should feel free to stroll down the neighborhood road, Ross Drive. The Kowgirl's house is also on the premises, please respect her privacy. Interaction with GuestsKosmic will be available during your stay if needed and can also give you complete privacy. The NeighborhoodThis kabin, a mere block off the pavement and on an all weather road, is located between Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park in the amazingly beautiful Chihuahuan desert. It's only a quarter mile to La Kiva restaurant and Bar and 4 miles to the Starlight in the historic ghosttown. It's only 1 mile to the all hours gas station and the general store, the Cottonwood, is only 2 miles away. Getting AroundParking is conveniently located close to the front door on the west side of the kabin. Other Things to NoteWe do live in a desert and conserve water so please keep in mind there is an electric composting toilet in the bathroom that is WATERLESS. You use it as a regular toilet, only 1 ply toilet paper can be used that will provided. Come join the adventure out here in far West Texas.
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      The SpaceThe cabin accommodates two people. It has a fully equipped kitchen, a sitting loft, a bedroom, a recently completed bathroom and a spacious porch with a sitting area and a day bed. Please note that the bathroom is separate from the house, but only a few steps out the back door. An excellent base of operations for all outdoorsy folk. Guest AccessThere is no Wi-Fi available on premises, but guests can access it at the Starlight Restaurant or La Posada coffee shop, both very nearby. Interaction with GuestsI live close by and am happy to share with you my knowledge of the area and to make suggestions of activities you might enjoy. The NeighborhoodIt is only a few minutes away from La Posada Milagro coffee shop with free wifi. There are three restaurants and bars within a few blocks, The Starlight Theatre, The Boathouse, and the High Sierra. Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park are both within a short drive.
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      Good
      9 reviews
      2br Home/Apartment
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      • Parking
      The SpaceTo try and describe our vacation rental in one word or sentence is impossible! The Big Bend area of West Texas is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. It is a hidden gem that most people don't know a thing about and we like it that way! Do you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city living? Do want to see more stars then you ever thought existed? Do you want to research and experience some of the most incredible history Texas has to offer? Do you want to explore the incredible Rio Grande river? The list goes on and on! Our rental is perfectly situated 3 miles from the full service Terlingua Ranch on the tar portion of Ranch road and has access to the pool, shower houses, laundry mat and the Bad Rabbit Cafe. We're also only 25 miles from Terlingua ghost town and Study Butte. Big Bend National Park is a 40 minute drive and is some of the most beautiful country on earth! If the unexplained interests you, then the lights of Marfa are little more than an hour away! We do have two models available to rent together or separately depending on availability. The models are on the same property and use the same access. Guest AccessWe also have another park model for rent, call for details. Interaction with GuestsWe are close by just in case you need anything, directions, ideas or information. The NeighborhoodBig Bend Area! Getting AroundVehicle necessary.
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      • Parking
      The SpaceNOTE! During the summer, it's hot in Terlingua. Daytime temperatures can be up to 107F with night-time temps in the 90's at midnight falling to the 70's in the early morning hours. If you're not comfy with the heat, you might consider booking your vacation with us from September through May. New 3-person tent with Queen-size memory foam mattress/mattress cover. Bring your own sleeping bag, pillows, etc. There are 2 restrooms and 1 shower with "rain forest" shower head and hot water on the campground. Terlingua Las Ruinas Campsite is an easy walk to restaurants, bars, live music, coffee, internet, and convenient to Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Both Chili Cook-Offs, hiking, biking, Mexico, and river trips. NOTE: We've learned that it's best to be clear about this: you're renting a tent that is outdoors. Texas weather is unpredictable. The wind may blow. It may rain. During the summer, it can be hot. In the winter, it can get cold. If the sound of wind blowing against your tent will disturb you, you may want to bring earplugs. If you're sensitive to heat, it may be best to book during the spring or fall. If you have questions, please ask first. Guest AccessTerlingua Las Ruinas is a multi-acre site in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. You have access to 2 bathrooms and 1 shower. Take the old mining walking tour (info at the Terlingua Trading Company), walk around the historic Ghost Town Cemetery and absorb the history there. Enjoy the live music and amazing sunsets from the Terlingua Porch. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I will be available on site or just a phone call or email away. The NeighborhoodBig Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, mining ghost town, bars, restaurants, coffee shop, hiking, cycling, river-rafting, Mexico trips. Getting AroundThere is free parking at the campground. There is no public transportation in Terlingua. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, most of it a short walk away from the campground. Until midnight (1 AM on Saturdays) you may hear laughter and music.
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      1br tented camp
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      Terlingua Las Ruinas is a "Terlingua Fancy" camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town, 7.5 miles from Big Bend National Park. #1 is a spacious octagon tent with a queen-sized bed, double hammock, and room for sleeping bags. Easy walk to coffee, internet, bars and restaurants. There are bathrooms/showers on site. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Your hosts are husband/wife team Betsy and Pat. We'll be available for you. We'll either be on site or a short phone call away.
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      1br tented camp
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      Terlingua Las Ruinas is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. #2 is a spacious octagon tent with a queen-sized bed, double hammock, and room for sleeping bags. Easy walk to bars and restaurants. There are bathrooms/showers on site. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Betsy and I will be available for you. We'll either be on site or a short phone call away. Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. House Rules Quiet time is from midnight until sunrise, please be considerate. No smoking in the campsite (you're just a short walk from plenty of interesting places to smoke).
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        Terlingua Las Ruinas is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. "Terlingua Fancy #1" is a large Sibley tent with comfy Queen bed with memory foam mattress in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. Walk to restaurants, bars, coffee. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Betsy and I will be available for you. We want you to have a great time. Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. House Rules Quiet time is from midnight until sunrise, please be considerate. No smoking in the campsite (you're just a short walk from plenty of interesting places to smoke). Friendly dogs are welcome. Brewster County is currently under a fire ban. Until the County says it's safe, no fires.
        tented camp
        1br tented camp
        • Pets Allowed
        Terlingua Las Ruinas is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. "Terlingua Fancy #2" is a large Sibley tent with comfy Queen bed with memory foam mattress in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. Walk to restaurants, bars, coffee. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." We provide sheets, blanket, pillows, pillow cases. Things you might want to bring: flash light, extra blankets, lots of water, comfy shoes. You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Interaction with Guests Betsy and I will be available for you. We want you to have a great time. Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. House Rules Quiet time is from midnight until sunrise, please be considerate. No smoking in the campsite (you're just a short walk from plenty of interesting places to smoke). Friendly dogs are welcome. Brewster County is currently under a fire ban. Until the County says it's safe, no fires.
        tented camp
        1br tented camp
        • Pets Allowed
        New 3-person tent with Queen-size memory foam mattress. Bring your own sleeping bag, pillows, etc. Terlingua Las Ruinas Campsite is an easy walk to restaurants, bars, live music, coffee, internet, and convenient to Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Both Chili Cook-Offs, hiking, biking, Mexico, and river trips. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, most of it a short walk away from the campground. Until midnight (1 AM on Saturdays) you may hear laughter and music. Quiet time in the campground is from midnight until sunrise. Jam sessions, Pandora, and loud conversations are discouraged during quiet time. Camp fires are fine unless the County declares a burn-ban. Ask first. Nearby: Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, mining ghost town, bars, restaurants, coffee shop, hiking, cycling, river-rafting, Mexico trips. There is free parking at the campground. There is no public transportation in Terlingua.
        tented camp
        1br tented camp
        • Pets Allowed
        New 3-person tent with Queen-size memory foam mattress. Bring your own sleeping bag, pillows, etc. Terlingua Las Ruinas Campsite is an easy walk to restaurants, bars, live music, coffee, internet, and convenient to Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Both Chili Cook-Offs, hiking, biking, Mexico, and river trips. Terlingua Las Ruinas is a multi-acre site in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. You have access to 2 bathrooms and a shower. Take the old mining walking tour (info at the Terlingua Trading Company), walk around the historic Ghost Town Cemetery and absorb the history there. Enjoy the live music and amazing sunsets from the Terlingua Porch. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, most of it a short walk away from the campground. Until midnight (1 AM on Saturdays) you may hear laughter and music. Quiet time in the campground is from midnight until sunrise. Jam sessions, Pandora, and loud conversations are discouraged during quiet time. Camp fires are fine unless the County declares a burn-ban. Ask first. Nearby: Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, mining ghost town, bars, restaurants, coffee shop, hiking, cycling, river-rafting, Mexico trips. There is free parking at the campground. There is no public transportation in Terlingua.
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceSUMMER SALE! It's hot in Terlingua, with temperatures ranging up to 107F during the day and in the 80's at night. Also, we'll be replacing this tent in September- it's got a few patches. It's still fine for camping out, it's just not new any more. So, we're dropping the price during the summer to $50/night! You still get the great location, access to shower and bathrooms, etc. "Sibley" Tent #2 with comfy queen-sized bed, tables, 2 chairs, rug, excellent view of the Chisos Mountains. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." We provide sheets, blanket, pillows, pillow cases. Things you might want to bring: flash light, extra blankets, lots of water, comfy shoes. NOTE: We've learned that it's best to be clear about this: you're renting a tent that is outdoors. Texas weather is unpredictable. The wind may blow. It may rain. During the summer, it can be hot. In the winter, it can get cold. If the sound of wind blowing against your tent will disturb you, you may want to bring earplugs. If you're sensitive to heat, it may be best to book during the spring or fall. If you have questions, please ask first. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Be sure and bring towels and toiletry items. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I will be available for you. We want you to have a great time. Ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)-CAMP / (phone number hidden) Email - (email hidden) The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        42 reviews
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Parking
        The SpaceNestled into a mesa, this quiet private sanctuary offers unobstructed views of the Chisos Mountains in Big Bend yet only a mile from the Terlingua Ghosttown. Surrounded by gardens and hundreds of acres, it is perfect for those seeking cycling, hiking, a romantic getaway, or a quiet retreat. The compact kitchen is fully stocked with everything you would need for cooking at home. There is also a fire pit. Please bring your own firewood. Guest AccessCasa Luna is located on several hundred acres. There are many lovely hikes to do around the property if your day is not already filled with park hikes, river trips or bike rides. Interaction with GuestsI am also a traveler so when I am in Terlingua I will happily be available in person to meet and greet each guests and offer all sorts of recommendations on day trips or restaurants. When in town, my daughter and I will be staying nearby on the land. Otherwise, I am always a phone call or email away. The NeighborhoodThere are many restaurants, bars and coffee shops in the nearby Ghosttown. Other Things to NoteI have WiFi throughout the studio.
        Home/Apartment
        Good
        29 reviews
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceRosie has been lovingly restored and refurbished to a very high standard. Bright and airy with plenty of indoor and out door relaxation space. placed atop a hill you will have a panoramic view of the Chisos Mountains. walk to 3 Ghost Town eateries for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Live music and friendly folks. Guest AccessWith a full living area, kitchen, bedroom area and bath, you will want to kick back and enjoy your stay. A fire pit and out door seating-is handy to Rosie too! Walk and rock hunt on 5 acres as well as use our out door kitche(URL HIDDEN)the Hobbit House ) just down the hill for a change of scene. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the property and will be available if you should need anything but we will let you discover the area on your own or we can make great suggestions for a days activities. We now have a telescope set up that you can take a look thru, check out that sky! The NeighborhoodYou will be within walking distance of 4 restaurants and bars that offer live music most nights, tour the Old Ghost Town and visit the Historic Terlingua Cemetery, mine site and Perry Mansion. Visit the Big Bend National & Big Bend State parks located just a few minutes away. The Famous Chihuahua Races are a must see in March, and of course the World Famous Chili Cook off on the first weekend in November. Getting AroundWhile there is no local transportation you can get to most places in your car, you will have off street parking right out front . Even Bikers love the area as we have paved roads right to our location. YES! BIKERS are welcome! Other Things to NoteWhile SMALL dogs are welcome there is a one time $25.00 per animal pet fee. not reflected in nightly rate, to be paid at the time of arrival Please confirm about your dog before you book.
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceThis listing is for a campsite space. There is no bed- AirBNB requires us to list one. There are 2 restrooms and 1 shower with "rain forest" shower head and hot water on the campground. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and 1 shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I are committed to making sure you have a great experience. We'll either be onsite or a short phone-call away. The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceThis listing is for a campsite space. There is no bed- AirBNB requires us to list one. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and 1 shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I are committed to making sure you have a great experience. We'll either be onsite or a short phone-call away. The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceThis listing is for a campsite. There is no bed- AirBNB requires us to list one. There are 2 restrooms and 1 shower with "rain forest" shower head with hot water on the campground. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I are committed to making sure you have a great experience. We'll either be onsite or a short phone-call away. The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceThis listing is for a campsite space. There is no bed- AirBNB requires us to list one. The campground has 2 restrooms and 1 shower with "rain forest" shower head and hot water. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the 1 shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I are committed to making sure you have a great experience. We'll either be onsite or a short phone-call away. The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceThis listing is for a campsite space. There is no bed- AirBNB requires us to list one. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Guest AccessYou'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Interaction with GuestsBetsy and I are committed to making sure you have a great experience. We'll either be onsite or a short phone-call away. The NeighborhoodOriginally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Other Things to NoteTerlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music.
        tented camp
        1br tented camp
        • Pets Allowed
        Terlingua Las Ruinas is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. This listing is for a large tent with 2 comfy twin beds with memory foam mattresses in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. Walk to restaurants, bars, coffee. Large tent with 2 twin beds with memory foam mattresses, table, 2 chairs, rug, excellent view of the Chisos Mountains. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." We provide sheets, blanket, pillows, pillow cases. Things you might want to bring: flash light, extra blankets, lots of water, comfy shoes. You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Be sure and bring towels and toiletry items. Betsy and I will be available for you. We want you to have a great time. We have an office behind the Boathouse restaurant and are on the property daily. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. Quiet time is from midnight until sunrise, please be considerate. No smoking in the campsite (you're just a short walk from plenty of interesting places to smoke). Friendly dogs are welcome. Brewster County is occasionally under a fire ban. Ask before starting a fire. Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list.
        house
        1br house
        • Pets Allowed
        The Blue House is made out of Papercrete (disaggregated telephone books, cement, sand and water), so it’s wonderfully quiet and holds temperature well. It has been decorated in remembrance of Monet, so it’s a rather blue house, and has birds everywhere, inside and out. This is a “sustainable” rental in that the lights are all solar powered, the water is rain catchment and, of course, the building is recycled telephone books. However, there is full electricity in every room so computers and cell phones can be charged. With 500 square feet, it features a full sized bed in the bedroom (with French doors onto a patio and a wood burning chiminea) and a full sized futon in the main room. It has a complete kitchen (refrigerator, stove, toaster oven, dishes) and an indoor bathroom. While the lights are solar powered, the fridge and hot water heater are propane, so if community power shuts off, this house is still stylin’. There are also heaters and A/C galore. On the main porch outside there is another wood burning chiminea, a full sized futon for star-gazing or outdoor sleeping, a grill, and a sitting area so you can enjoy the view. There is a telephone line and WiFi (no TV). The Blue House is $200 a night plus tax, with a 2 night minimum stay (3 night minimum during the busy season). We like kids and dogs, and 4 person maximum normally (call for special requests).
        Hotel
        Hotel
        Situated in Terlingua, this caravan park/campground is 11.2 mi (18 km) from Barton Warnock Visitor Center and 22 mi (35.4 km) from Santa Elena Canyon.
        Cottage
        1br Cottage
          Une petite maison d'hôtes privé avec les monts Chisos du Parc National de Big Bend pour une vue et une distance de marche de la ville fantôme. À l'intérieur de la première Cour, vous trouverez le cottage, avec une douche extérieure, grande cheminée extérieure, cuisine extérieure et un coin salon. À l'intérieur de la maison, il y a un lit de taille plein, un bureau, un grand réfrigérateur, un petit poêle, tous les ustensiles, un bureau, WiFi, petit évier, alimentation secteur et beaucoup de fenêtres. La seconde Cour a un petit salon privé et une pergola avec lit plein de taille et de fleurs. La salle de bain a une fleur/légumes jardin extérieur et baignoire/wc/lavabo. Tous les linge de lit et de bain fourni. L'eau est pluie. Eau chaude fournie par le système propane sur demande. Murs sont construits à partir des roches calcaires vieux de 90 millions d'années. Propriétaire est sur place pour vous aider à décider où aller alors là et à répondre à toute question que vous pourriez avoir à propos de botanique, environnement, géologie, archéologie de la région. A vécu 17 ans et tous les bâtiments construits ici elle-même avec quelques aides fortes.
          Home/Apartment
          1br Home/Apartment
          • Pets Allowed
          Il s'agit d'une ruine de roche calcaire centenaire rénové avec soin avec lits et chambres entourant une immense cuisine. Il y a plusieurs foyers, à l'intérieur et l'extérieur, et la maison est décorée avec des objets que j'ai ramené de partout dans le monde. Le porche extérieur est immense avec vue sur le Parc National de Big Bend et au-delà. Il y a aussi une plus petite maison d'hôtes avec sa propre cour privée, douche extérieure, pavillon, jardin potager et salle de bain privée. La maison se trouve dans le quartier historique de ville fantôme Terlingua mais est sur le côté nord de la colline où il est calme et paisible. À 6 minutes de marche à travers les ruines anciennes vous obtiendrez un café et le célèbre théâtre de Starlight dans la ville fantôme.
          Other
          Excellent
          1 review
          1br Other
          • Pets Allowed
          This is a 37 foot travel trailer with 27 feet of living space (the back 10 feet is a storage area). It has one queen size REAL bed and a fold out couch in the living room. There is an additional utility building that has an extra real flushing toilet, shower and community outside kitchen with a full size range/stove. We have hosted many tent campers on the property for $10 each per night, they too get use of the utility building. There is also an outside picnic table. The property is within walking distance to all restaurants, shops, historical cemetery, and bars in the Terlingua Ghost town. Lots of views of the surrounding mountains, close to the Big Bend Ranch State Park and Big Bend National Park, mountain bike and hiking trails.
          Tent
          1br Tent
            Terlingua Las Ruinas is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. "Terlingua Fancy #1" is a large Sibley tent with comfy Queen bed with memory foam mattress in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. Walk to restaurants, bars, coffee. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Betsy and I will be available for you. We want you to have a great time. Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. House Rules Quiet time is from midnight until sunrise, please be considerate. No smoking in the campsite (you're just a short walk from plenty of interesting places to smoke). Friendly dogs are welcome. Brewster County is currently under a fire ban. Until the County says it's safe, no fires.
            Tent
            1br Tent
            • Pets Allowed
            Terlingua Las Ruinas is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. "Terlingua Fancy #2" is a large Sibley tent with comfy Queen bed with memory foam mattress in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. Walk to restaurants, bars, coffee. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." We provide sheets, blanket, pillows, pillow cases. Things you might want to bring: flash light, extra blankets, lots of water, comfy shoes. You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Interaction with Guests Betsy and I will be available for you. We want you to have a great time. Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. House Rules Quiet time is from midnight until sunrise, please be considerate. No smoking in the campsite (you're just a short walk from plenty of interesting places to smoke). Friendly dogs are welcome. Brewster County is currently under a fire ban. Until the County says it's safe, no fires.
            Other
            2br Other
            • Pets Allowed
            Terlingua Las Ruinas is a "Terlingua Fancy" camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town, 7.5 miles from Big Bend National Park. #1 is a spacious octagon tent with a queen-sized bed, double hammock, and room for sleeping bags. Easy walk to coffee, internet, bars and restaurants. There are bathrooms/showers on site. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Your hosts are husband/wife team Betsy and Pat. We'll be available for you. We'll either be on site or a short phone call away.
            Other
            2br Other
            • Pets Allowed
            Terlingua Las Ruinas is a camping/glamping site in the Terlingua Ghost Town. #2 is a spacious octagon tent with a queen-sized bed, double hammock, and room for sleeping bags. Easy walk to bars and restaurants. There are bathrooms/showers on site. The Terlingua Ghost Town is a magical, historic destination. 7.5 miles from the entrance to Big Bend National Park and convenient to Big Bend State Park. Terlingua Las Ruinas campsites are just a quick walk to the Starlight Cafe, The Boathouse, La Posada Milagro (breakfast, lunch and coffee), and shopping. Terlingua falls within the "dark sky" area- there's no light pollution, so the stars are indeed "big and bright." You'll have access to your tent, convenient parking, 2 bathrooms and the shower. There's lots of hiking opportunities and Terlingua is a popular cycling site. Betsy and I will be available for you. We'll either be on site or a short phone call away. Originally founded as a quicksilver mining community, Terlingua has a rich history. There are still many "Ruinas" (ruins) from the mining days, including several at Terlingua Las Ruinas. Terlingua hosts several music festivals and has a year-round live music scene that is original and amazing. Home to several noted songwriters including Butch Hancock, it's also a favorite destination for touring singer-songwriters and bands from all over the country. Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Boquillas, Mexico, and many other destinations are an easy drive. Bicyclists and Bikers enjoy the curving roads through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world- River Road (12 miles West) makes everybody's top-10 list. There is no public transportation here. There is one gas station. Of course, once you're at Terlingua Las Ruinas, you can walk to most of the fun. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, and you'll be able to enjoy it conveniently- all the live music, bars and restaurants are within 1/10th of a mile from the site. At night, you may hear laughter and music. House Rules Quiet time is from midnight until sunrise, please be considerate. No smoking in the campsite (you're just a short walk from plenty of interesting places to smoke).
            Tent
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            • Pets Allowed
            New 3-person tent with Queen-size memory foam mattress. Bring your own sleeping bag, pillows, etc. Terlingua Las Ruinas Campsite is an easy walk to restaurants, bars, live music, coffee, internet, and convenient to Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Both Chili Cook-Offs, hiking, biking, Mexico, and river trips. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, most of it a short walk away from the campground. Until midnight (1 AM on Saturdays) you may hear laughter and music. Quiet time in the campground is from midnight until sunrise. Jam sessions, Pandora, and loud conversations are discouraged during quiet time. Camp fires are fine unless the County declares a burn-ban. Ask first. Nearby: Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, mining ghost town, bars, restaurants, coffee shop, hiking, cycling, river-rafting, Mexico trips. There is free parking at the campground. There is no public transportation in Terlingua.
            Tent
            1br Tent
            • Pets Allowed
            New 3-person tent with Queen-size memory foam mattress. Bring your own sleeping bag, pillows, etc. Terlingua Las Ruinas Campsite is an easy walk to restaurants, bars, live music, coffee, internet, and convenient to Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, Both Chili Cook-Offs, hiking, biking, Mexico, and river trips. Terlingua Las Ruinas is a multi-acre site in the heart of the Terlingua Ghost Town. You have access to 2 bathrooms and a shower. Take the old mining walking tour (info at the Terlingua Trading Company), walk around the historic Ghost Town Cemetery and absorb the history there. Enjoy the live music and amazing sunsets from the Terlingua Porch. Terlingua has a vibrant night life, most of it a short walk away from the campground. Until midnight (1 AM on Saturdays) you may hear laughter and music. Quiet time in the campground is from midnight until sunrise. Jam sessions, Pandora, and loud conversations are discouraged during quiet time. Camp fires are fine unless the County declares a burn-ban. Ask first. Nearby: Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Ranch State Park, mining ghost town, bars, restaurants, coffee shop, hiking, cycling, river-rafting, Mexico trips. There is free parking at the campground. There is no public transportation in Terlingua.