TX State Parks Official Guide
by: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department • 192
Find your perfect Texas state park getaway with this Official Guide created by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD). Locate Texas campgrounds, cabins, trails and places to enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, biking, swimming, fishing and kayaking. You’ll discover all the information you need on more than 90 Texas State Parks around the state including Garner, Enchanted Rock, Palo Duro, and Colorado Bend.
Search for your perfect park. Filter by:
− Outdoor activities such as swimming, fishing, or canoe/kayak rentals
− Overnight accommodations like cabins, lodges, group facilities, screened shelters, RV hookups, primitive/backpacking sites, or tent camping sites
− Amenities including boat ramps, playgrounds, trailer/RV dump stations , equestrian facilities or showers
− Trail types – hiking, biking, equestrian or nature/interpretive trails
− Or, use the in-app map to locate parks near you*
Discover more about the parks that interest you:
− Create a list of your favorite parks
− Find in-depth information on each park, including: things to do, contact information, fees, operating hours, available overnight facilities (i.e. campgrounds, cabins, screened shelters, RV sites), etc.
− Look at photos and videos.
Then, make your getaway to a Texas State Park! It’s easy with:
− In-app dialing to the state park reservation call center for camping and cabin reservations and to each individual park
− Driving directions from your current location using your device’s default map*
− A facility map for each park that show you the location of camping loops, cabins, and trails
− Detailed maps showing hiking and biking trails and the wildlife that can be seen on the trails. You can download the map and save it to use later!*
− Information on park programs and events happening during your visit
− Up-to-date alerts such as burn bans and other park advisories*
Whether you want to spend a few days in a cabin, RV or camping in a tent or just want to get outdoors for the day to hike, bike, swim, fish or see native wildlife, the TX State Parks Official Guide from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) will help you get there.
*These features require Internet connection