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Four of us walked the Beaver Slide trail (1.3 miles) in the Purtis Creek State Park. It was one of four well-marked trails in the park.
The park is situated on the shores of a small lake which is apparently stocked with bass, catfish, blugills,...More
This park is a gem and one of the best we've been too in Texas. Allow me to tell you what makes it so special. It could be that we went on an unexpectedly good weekend! We practically had the entire park to ourselves (evidently...More
This park is fairly close to home. So it is really nice to go here for a quick camping trip. It's a very clean and quiet place. Never had any problems with noisy people. The park is well patrolled and the staff is always friendly...More
This is a hidden gem with a little something for everyone! At $5 per person over 12 or 13yrs old, the price is right for a great day of family fun! The place is huge with room for everyone to spread out and do their...More
Park is nice and clean. Restrooms clean. The drawback on the lake is the flooded timber and really no point of reference leaving boat ramp to avoid large tree stumps. Very few people around, but did see the park ranger a few times driving the...More
Took my son here to fish a few days after his high school graduation. We hadn't been there in several years, but it was every bit as delightful as we remembered. Super private-feeling. Don't see many other people (at least not during the week in...More