There's no better feeling than looking up into the night sky and being greeted with a starry canvas. This Milky Way view isn't attainable in just any part of Texas, in fact, you might have to travel quite a ways before you're able to experience it. Luckily, a glampsite at Big Bend in Texas has several overnight accommodations to choose from that allow you to take in one of the most incredible spots in the Lone Star State. 

Big Bend Glamping in Terlingua, Texas lets you spend the night in the mountains of the Chihuahuan Desert just outside of Big Bend National Park. 

They provide a variety of overnight accommodations to choose from including huts, canvas tents, trailers, dome tents, hammocks, and campsites.

Thanks to the location, you'll feel like you stepped right into The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh himself.

Each accommodation ranges in price, with some being listed on Airbnb. For the most part, they're all very affordable.

You should visit Big Bend Glamping's website here well in advance, as they tend to get booked up.

Comanche Cabin, Prickly Pear Palace, Mesquite Manor, Creosote Castle, and Coyote Condo are just some of the cleverly named spaces you can book.

The Creosote Castle resembles a literal space dome at night, while Prickly Pear Palace will make you feel like you're in a Wild West movie.

You really can't go wrong with whatever sleeping space you choose!

Why waste time, effort, and supplies camping somewhere you're completely unsure of, when you can camp in a comfortable space under the stars?

After all, you don't want to get attacked by mosquitos for nothing.

Big Bend Glamping

Price Per Night: 💸💸

Address Or Neighbourhood: Terlingua, TX

Why You Need To Go: You'll have the most incredible views at night from this gorgeous glampsite.

These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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