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We visited this state park and really enjoyed the beautiful wild flowers. I can’t remember ever seeing so many varieties. This is the first state park of Texas and there’s a lot of history here. It’s a shame that a flood in 2007, 2016, and...More
We stayed at Mother Neff in our popup camper in May. First, what a beautiful time of year. There were wildflowers everywhere. All around our site, everywhere you walked. Our site (#19) was amazing. Private, spaciuos, level with a great built im area for seating,...More
The site was perfect, the weekend was perfect, the hiking was perfect as was the bike ride. Yes, we will be coming back. I think it's a "best-kept secret". It's small but packed with enough to keep us busy for the weekend.
This small park was the first state park in Texas, and led to the development of what has become one of the premier park systems in the country. The older section of the park is currently closed due to flood damage, with very limited access....More
Took a day for some easy hiking after a week of storms. Useful trail maps from the charming Visitors' Center aid in enjoying all their destination trails. The Visitors' Center is surrounded by native gardens with birds and butterflies in season. The prairie trail was...More
We stayed in our RV in this park. It is an immaculately clean park with a good hiking trail loop and friendly staff. Our site #13 had no trees and no privacy. The sites are big but with no trees you still look right at...More
Park is only about 400 yards wide by 1 mile long. There is a $4 entrance fee per visitor. Went here on 23 Dec. Weather was great for December. Nice birding. Saw many song birds and a Caracara (eagle). Small playground for Kids and Hiking...More
The first time we went it was pouring, so we enjoyed the sunny hike even more this 2nd time there. Great trails, well marked, beautiful scenery. Different terrain on different trails. The creek was flowing well this trip so we enjoyed that. A few historic...More
The park is not new but the full hook up campsites are and they are spacious. The lower campsites are closed due to flooding and clean up of 2-4 ft of slith but all the trails were open. We enjoyed some of the trails and...More