Located along the central Gulf Coast, Padre Island National Seashore boasts the largest undeveloped stretch of coastline in the world. This unique National Park has the best of both worlds to visitors who are looking for a traditional campground or a remote secluded experience. 70 miles of sandy sea shores await anyone willing to engage their 4WD and spend their time exploring sandy tracks.
For as long as I could remember I've always wanted to explore Big Bend. I read and heard stories about the vast and ever-changing scenic outdoor environment. I instantly fell in love with the idea. I heard about the cover of stars and planets which would blanket the sky every night. I read about the canyons, mountains, deserts, rivers, and gorges all within a single park boundary. After a while I started to think if it was possible for any place to live up to this glorified oasis I imagined into my head. In November 2017 I finally made it to Big Bend National Park. The Park did not disappoint.
The scenic views driving down Highway 118 From Alpine, TX to Big Bend National Park makes promises the Park intends to keep. Off to the distance there are numerous Mountain peaks and canyons which give a window into the great adventures which lie ahead.