This is not a park for hikers or campers.
There are approximately 13 tent pad sites, and the bath facilities by the tent sites have no shower facilities. If you are tent camping you either need to set up in between the RV sites or walk about 1/2 mile to the showers. In July in Texas, walking 1/2 mile outside negates the benefit of any shower.
There are only a handful of trails, and one of them is in such bad repair/state that I considered my 2.5 hours on that trail climbing over, under, and through felled trees and constantly taking bearings trying to find the trail as "off trail" hiking.
If you are a hiker and camper, I would say that you need about 3 hours to hike the actual maintained trails and you could choose to stay overnight if you just don't want to drive home.
However, there are multiple boat docks, actually fishing piers with cleaning stations, and a pool (condition unverified, but well used based on the noise level).
Overall, a good park for fishers or those with a boat, but not a "general state park" with wilderness, trails, and wildlife as I was seeking.
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