Smaller park, we did enjoy paddleboating...priced right...we spent an hour and we went arounf the entire lake. Lots of trails and beautiful fall scenery!
Park Staff are genuine, helpful, and motivated to help you with your stay. We were directed to the overflow trailer area (one week after the Rose Festival is still peak for Tyler). It is a unique design, with a circular drive around a central covered picnic table area with about 4 fire pits.You back in, and your slot is slightly... More
And I didn't even go during the "peak" time! The roses - variety, color, health of the plants - were all outstanding! I was blown away by its beauty and variety. I spent several hours there photographing the flowers and grounds. Would definitely recommend it to anyone going through the area.
This is a beautiful state park. Its rolling hills are covered with dense trees and surround a great little lake. You can swim, rent a boat, or fish. There are trails for walking and mountain biking. A very peaceful place for an outing.
Very nice camp area's. Small boat ramp. Great for a day trip and play on the playground. On Saturday's they have little info shows about different nature topics. Free if you are at the park. Fun to swim, sandy beach and nice bath house/bathrooms. Camp sites on the water. Can see the fish in the water. Fun for all ages.... More
The Tyler State Park is a very nice place to visit. Nestled in the piney woods of East Texas, it offers a beautiful lake, camping area, and some trails to hike. The park is not within the city limits of Tyler. Its appoximatly about ten miles north east of town. It's a very nice place to visit if you like... More
This is a very popular State park located just north of Tyler, Texas. The camping facilities are clean and spacious. There are lots of walking and biking trails, as well as a lake for fishing and paddling. Reservations for camping are recommended. If you are intersted in Geocaching, there are several geocaches hidden within the park area. A great sport... More
The taxidermy animals are prolific and varied. The Brookshires mock up the the country store is great to show how things used to be. Good prices in the gift shop for parent and grandparent to satisfy the kids.
Very forest. Some of the lots are very close though. Staff is excellent. We will be back. Busy swimming area.
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