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This Texas state park was really nice, lots of shade for my dog and lots of friendly people. During the day lots of squirrels running around and at night raccoons and armadillos. The park is kept up with its cleanliness. Also there is restrooms and showers here.
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Smaller state park with lots of shade in the Texas heat. The areas has plenty of place to picnic and walk around. A few trails with a small pond that connects a few together. There is also a pool area this must be booked along with your site reservations. There are also place to tent camp, cabins…
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We reserved a site here for the part of our trip between Hot Springs and Big Bend. It was a pleasant and quiet campground, and had many sites available. The cedars provided shade and the bathhouse was clean with hot water, which was amazing on a long camping road trip. There was a generator or…
We stayed here twice 10 days apart in December since it was convenient incident to a longer trip. Our first site was in Oak Grove which I thought was much superior to Pecan Grove, site-wise. Pecan Grove 66 was by some nice warm clean bathrooms and showers but the site was up a steep slant and was…
We stayed in a tent only spot for 8 days in Dec. Really quiet even with a trail behind us. Lots of winding beautiful trails. One of the cheaper Texas State Parks so the trails aren't very long.
BUT the real hidden gem was in the bathroom by the yurts. They have a disabled shower. So it's within…
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We met with 18 degree temps (Feb) and our truck wouldn't start the next morning. The park staff contacted the BEST repair shop in Abilene for us, and they fixed us right up.
The park is large with many trails, bird feeder, and yurts you can rent. I bet it's nice in Spring.
Excellent campground/state park. Lots of trees, trails and roads. Interesting CCC structures from the 30’s. The pool was closed, but it was November.... very friendly staff. Lots of deer and wildlife
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We stayed in campground #37 in Cedar Grove and thought it was wonderful. The site was spacious, and it had a water spout, a picnic table and fire pit. The trees are really pretty in this area. The bathrooms were not the cleanest I’ve seen during COVID times but the entire campground was empty so we…
The set up of this park is a little different. There are two sides. One side has the camping with a few trails. The other side has the lake with a bit longer of a trail.
The trails are easy to do and the camp side is heavily wooded so it’s a nice walk even in the summer months.
Abilene State Park is an interesting park to visit in the middle of Texas. The park is a short drive from the City of Abilene so it receives quite a few visitors on the weekend. During the weekday, you'll find considerably more peace and quiet.
You can pick up supplies in the city and there is…
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It is a state park but don’t let that stop you from checking it out. Lots of hiking and bike trails. Swimming pool is open in the summer. You can fish in the lake across the road or in the small pond at the park.
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This is a nice park, but the sites are pretty close together.
I used to go here a ton when I went to school in Abilene at Hardin-Simmons. It was not too far of a drive from the campus, and I even took class trips out here for our botany class. Campgrounds are decent (I have heard they have been much improved since I've been there). My times here were always…
Lots of spaces both with and without hookups. All sites have water. Plenty of trees for hammocks. Free showers, hiking trails, fishing at the lake across the road. Pool available as well.
The trees were so beautiful. A very small park but great for fishing. There is a wonderfully stocked pond and a lake where you can rent canoes. There was also a pool and a cool old water tower. There were numerous historical landmarks as the park was put together by the CCC.
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