We're planning a (tent) camping trip to Big Bend for next Spring and I need help with reservations. As I search, I see there is a national park and a state park, and I don't see that either offers any electrical or water hookups. Is that right? It's important to me that the campsites not be crowded together. (I loved Yellowstone, but the campgrounds were miserable). Advice on which park or campground would be best for us?
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