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Texas Parks and Wildlife Department state park which features camping, swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, bicycling, and nature viewing located in the northeast portion of Texas known as the "Piney Woods" region.
One of many things to do in Atlanta. Beautiful scenery, great camping sites, trails and swimming area. We came for the swimming. The kids had a great time! Water and surrounding area was clean and well kept. People were fishing and boating. A great day
My husband and I camped here last week. I had originally wanted to make reservations in the Hill Country so we could do some river canoeing but the weekend was booked, so we opted for Atlanta largely because of the reviews about how quiet this...More
We picked this state park to camp in on a whim. It was a great choice. The park is beautiful, the staff are friendly, the restrooms are very clean, plentiful water access for boating, fishing, and swimming, and it's very quiet. Lots of places to...More
This park was our destination for our trip home from visiting our grown children. It’s very beautiful here. We got here in a Monday evening and there were very few campers here so it was very quiet. We haven’t paid yet but will before we...More
Nice state park with trails, picnic areas and of course a lake to enjoy. We had a great time swimming in the lake after taking a few of the trails throughout the park. There was plenty of parking available at the boat ramp even on...More
We were visiting family and friends in the Texarkana area and visited this State Park in our RV. We camped in a loop with full hookups. Our site was nice, level, and spacious. Even with all sites occupied in our loop, it was very beautiful...More
First time here and was treated like Royalty. Park was fairly empty but those that were there were friendly. With this stay it goes on our list of parks to visit again and spend more time.
State Parks are awesome,
I loved the tall pine trees and a very pretty lake. Rv lots were nice size and loved the big
cul-de-sac and very little bugs. Nice hiking but sad to see the flood damage from last year in the woods. They had to clear but...More