This is a beautiful park with lots of picnic tables, a playground, hiking trails and Discovery Center. We enjoyed the bird viewing blind that is right off the main parking lot. You will miss it if you are not looking for it because it is not mentioned on the park map. We did not stay at the campground but drove through to check out the campsites for the next time we go camping. The campsites are spacious and private, with plenty of space between campers. We spent a beautiful Sunday afternoon gazing at the river and bird-watching. $7 per person, so we are buying a yearly pass to make our trips to Texas State Parks more affordable. The only drawback to this park is the number of visitors with dogs that they let off their leashes. Scares off the wildlife.
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