A nice park with lots of camp sites. RV hook ups, and lots of dispersed camps around the pack. Some are hike or horse in sites.
Nestled in a beautiful canyon with tons of trials for hiking or horseback.
Park also has a small lake, Lake Theo, which holds some really nice fish.
The herd of Buffalo roam the park, and will visit your camp in the early mornings!
The scenery is beautiful, with the canyon and the wildlife, but of all the state parks I've visited so far, this ranks the lowest based on facilities, and staff.
Showers were closed when we arrived, and we only found out by being met with locked door on our first morning. No notice when booking our reservations.
Bathroom doors were open, and there was a ton of insects all over the place. The bathroom was in need of some minor repairs, and could have used a good cleaning.
The camp was maintained tho, and overall we had a good trip. I had higher expectations from a Texas State Park, but oh well. The park itself is beautiful, so Ill still visit based on that alone.