I got back from my camping trip in Palo Duro and I had a very good time. I have done a lot of tent camping over the years, but I am now a big believer in cabin camping. Or at the very least Cow Cabin Camping.
These cabins were built by the CCC during the 1930s. There’s not much to them inside other than important appliances like a microwave, refrigerator, heat and air conditioning, haha. They also have double bunk beds and ours had a wooden table we could eat at. It was quite comfortable.
I thought they did a very good job landscaping the outside as well. We had a patio and an aluminum picnic table out back along with a water faucet and fire pit. We couldn’t use the fire pit or the fireplace inside the cabin because of the burn ban.
We didn’t see a lot of wildlife like we usually do. This may have been because we went during Spring Break and there were a lot of people in the park. It was nice and quiet and deserted where we were, though.
There are only four cow cabins available and you have to make a reservation. I like Palo Duro Canyon a lot and I hope to get back soon.
4 Replies to “Cow Cabin Camping in Palo Duro Canyon”
These Cow Cabins are made of cut stone and just fit right into the scenery, don’t they. So glad you had a great trip, with some terriffic photos you were so gracious to share with us here. Thank you! I am now sun-baked!
it was a lot of fun 🙂
interested in info re: Palo Duro Canyon. Possible trip in November-want to inquire about hiking, horsebackriding . please email me
they have all those activities
giving out my email wouldn’t help, it would be best for you to visit their website and check up on availability there 🙂