The 39th annual Texas Interhash will be hosted by Fort Worth H3 at Yellow Rose Canyon in Mt. Enterprise, Texas, April 1st-3rd. It will also be Fort Worth H3's 35th Anniversary.
Yellow Rose Canyon is a primitive camping venue, so bring everything you need as well as take all your stuff home with you. Dumpsters and Porta-johns will be provided.
We will be taking additional precautions on-site due to COVID-19. We ask that everyone cooperate.
The following meals will be provided: dinner on Friday, breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday and grab and go breakfast on Sunday. We will have vegetarian, gluten-free and omnivore meal options. We encourage those with special dietary needs to plan accordingly.
Complimentary yellow beers will be provided at the venue for all registered attendees and cider for the glutards. If these drink choices do not appeal to you, then you are welcome to bring beverages more suitable to your palate.
Pets and comfort animals are NOT allowed on-site. Service animals who meet the ADA guidelines will be permitted.
Nudity is allowed, but only in certain areas.
Contained campfires ONLY!
Tent camping is on the backside. RV sites are all in the front. Cabins are available to rent. Cabins and RV sites are not included in the rego price. Please call Yellow Rose to reserve RV sites or cabins. All guests must sign a waiver to enter the property.
Yellow Rose Canyon is a beautiful, all natural, outdoor amphitheater located near Mt. Enterprise, Texas which is two hours Southeast of Dallas, TX. It’s also one hour from Shreveport, Louisiana; three hours from Houston, TX; and four hours from Austin, TX. For accommodations, there are 110 full-hookup RV sites, cabins, tent camping and hotels within 10-15 miles of the venue.