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Falcon State Park

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  • ADA Access
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Reviewed Oct. 25, 2022

This state park should have more reviews

The wind really picked up as I drove into this part of Texas, gusting to 15 miles an hour. I had reserved a campsite but asked if I could switch to a shelter for the 3 nights I was there. Once again, the Ranger could not have been more accommodating. Birding on the lake was excellent as was the demonstration garden designed to attract birds and butterflies. Thanks to the camp hosts who kept the feeders stocked. The shelters were full over the week-end with lots of families but it was very quiet at night. The showers were clean and hot water was plentiful.

SiteShelter 24 on Osprey Loop
Month of VisitApril
  • Review photo of Falcon State Park by Jenise P., October 25, 2022
Reviewed Feb. 4, 2022

Adequate for tent in the RV/water/electric loop

I was in site #122 in the Cenizo Loop ($16). The $10 water-only tent sites weren't reservable and I needed the assurance of a site with a later arrival planned.  I arrived at 5:02p and the office had closed but my name and site were posted on the board and the person who was there said I just needed to return in the morning by 9 to check-in.

This loop was~80% occupied. I appeared to be the only tent camper, the others were RVs, vans or trailers. The sites are close together and sounds from more than one neighbor were regular, but not too annoying (save for one younger parent riding through with a boom box playing). My particular site didn't seemed cramped because the back side was brush, but the cleared space for a tent was limited and required  shortening the guy wires. 

Restroom w/showers was just one site away and didn't cause any noise issues. The facilities were marginal but functional, didn't use the shower.

Overall I'd say this would be average expectations. Definitely recommend studying the maps to choose a site carefully depending on your own priorities.

SiteCenizo Loop #122
Month of VisitMarch
  • Review photo of Falcon State Park by Steve S., February 4, 2022
  • A short panorama from the office parking lot looking down to and across the lake. This is indicative of the vegetation around the campsites.
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Reviewed Nov. 14, 2020

Hot & Sandy

Most of the pull thru sites are not level, we have auto level on our 5th wheel and the driver side tires were 3” off the ground. During COVID they are only booking every other site which helped with us fitting into our site. They do have a covered picnic tank engine at each site. Handy park if you’re there to fish. Would try somewhere else in the future.


Falcon State Park is located in Texas

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From Zapata, take U.S. Highway 83 to FM 2098, and then go southwest for three miles to Park Road 46. From Roma, go 15 miles west on U.S. Highway 83 to FM 2098 to Park Road 46.


26.58279045 N
99.14293536 W

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