We enjoyed our stay at Mission Tejas State Park - the staff were outstanding, the trails easy to follow and well maintained, and the history in the park is amazing! We even tried Geocaching for the first time, using a ranger supplied (free) hand-held GPS unit. Walking a short part of the El Camino Real trail, the same one that Davy Crockett and others traveled, was inspiring.
Some campsite notes: as stated elsewhere the spots are not very level so make sure you have enough leveling blocks or whatever you use. I used all three sets of my blocks, where in other campgrounds the most I've had to use are about one and half of the set of blocks. The water can be a little far also - I could have parked better if I had a longer hose. I've since added a 2nd 25' hose for situations like this. However, even with these "drawbacks" we loved the park and highly recommend it.
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