Nice and quite
This is a super nice little state park. Really secluded sites with plenty of room, and great fishing piers. Perfect for boaters.
Great small town state park, not great for fishing, but good kayaking lake. Campsites are nice, but pretty close together.
My brother and I love to go camping out here. The primitive site are only a mile hike. So long enough to discourage the loud party campers. Just close enough where you could still pull cooler or carry a canopy( not that you will need it with all the trees) I don't know about the other site. But the primitive is so noce
Very nice Park, enjoyed time with my family!!
A large array of tent campsites and RV hookups as well as a decent sized lake makes this a great spot. There are a few hiking trails however no really spectacular views. The lake allows motor boats
Have been camping and fishing here, never had any fishing luck though, it is a pretty nice place that I think is a good representation of East Texas. Definitely worth a try!
This is a small park but full of amenities, great fishing, nice hiking. Primitive sites are amazing, friendly rangers and awesome park hosts. day use area completely separate from camping area and the wildlife are abundant two fishing piers both well lighted for nighttime fishing. Have nice programs throughout the year. This is my favorite park.
It has all the accommodations you’d need for any kind of camping!!
Woke up to sounds wild boar shuffling around the tent :0. Loved the primitive camping walked about .75 of a mile to get to my campsite. Great for fishing, canoeing. Loved waking up to the sounds of the birds in the morning. A great park to go to and relax. Best time is to go during the spring, it’s not to hot and not too busy