The Fall at Bob Sandlin state Park is magical. The leaves changing color and the beautiful lake. Entire park is well taken care of.
Great location. Fishing dock.
Basic. Nothing special.
well laid out - restrooms and showers available - well taken care of. Trails, free fishing from shore (no license needed in TX state parks from the shore. Nice large fishing deck, with place to launch your boat for water sports, fishing, or just lazing on the water! Love it!
park has great camp sites
We did dispersed camping here while we still lived in Texas. The forest was nice, but hike in was not challenging at all, and short. Park gets busy during spring/summer for fishing at pond. Best parts of our trip was how the forest animals really came alive at night, and the clear starry sky. The out-house at the primitive sites was a luxury you don't usually get when camping that way. If you enjoy dispersed camping the way we do, this may not be the place for you. The regular campsites may be nicer here but we did not venture that way. Also, Texas March weather is perfect for camping. Good place for a quick get-a-way from the city.
They also have a nice lighted fusing dock. I only fished for about an hour and caught enough to share.
The park is beautiful. It has large Rv sites with water and electricity. Many of the sites are waterfront. The staff were the best. Rangers put on a Dutch oven demonstration on for us. They also took us on an interpretive hike. The park is well maintained and very clean. They are also sponsoring a holloween event the last week in October. I am ready to go back, work awaits however.