Devils River Tempts Paddlers With New Paddle-In Campsites

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Because they are located on private lands, the paddle-up campsites do not allow vehicle access for put-in or take-out like those at the DRSNA units do. Their purpose is to allow paddlers to break the river trip into four or five days by camping at the sites for one night only. Reservations are required ($5 per person), and each visitor must have a Devils River Access Permit ($10). Keep in mind that a trip down the Devils River is a challenging undertaking and can be life-threatening if unprepared. Visit the TPWD website for more information about how to prepare for a trip on the Devils River.

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