Spring Break Call to Action: Two Rivers Camp

  • Casa Piedra Presidio, TX 79845

For Spring Break come to Two Rivers Camp in far West Texas, home of jackrabbits, javelinas, coyotes, cactuses, desert mountains, and the Rio Grande. We just around the way from Big Bend State Ranch, Big Bend National Park, Chinati Hot Springs, and Mexico. 

Bring your tents and camping gear and join us in prayer actions, solidarity actions, workshops, and more. Just your presence has impact and supports the work we are doing to strengthen the movement of Solidarity against the ravages of extractive industries and the violation of indigenous rights and human rights. 

Two Rivers Camp is an indigenous led action camp formed by the Society of Native Nations and the Big Bend Defense Coalition to fight Trans Pecos Pipeline (built by ETP, the same company building DAPL) and other toxic industries invading the pristine Big Bend Region of the Chihuahuan Desert. 

Basic Daily Schedule
(schedule subject to change depending on actions)

7:30 or 8:00am Sunrise Ceremony
8:30 ish Communal Breakfast
9:30 clean up, camp work, action or activity
11-12 Worshop led by Two Rivers Camp members
12-1 Informal discussion/meeting and lunch on your own
1:30 to 6pm workshop or personal or group exploration or camp work or personal time or sweat lodge or ?
6 or 7 Communal Dinner
8:00 Clean up and community time around the fire, bring your guitars and musical instruments

We are a Drug and Alcohol and Firearm Free Camp (this does include marijuana). Be prepared to go through a Border Patrol Checkpoint when you leave camp just before you get to Marfa. 

Dog friendly. 

Bring bags of ice, ice tea or other non- alcoholic drinks, and food to share.