Fort Boggy State Park

Fort Boggy State Park is composed of 1,847 acres located in Leon County among the wooded terrain, rolling hills, bottom land meadows, and wetlands. Wildlife viewing opportunities includes white-tailed deer, raccoons, squirrels, foxes, and beavers. A large portion of Fort Boggy State Park is subject to flooding during wet periods, … Read More

Fairfield State Park

Fairfield Lake State Park is composed of 1,460 acres northeast of Fairfield in Freestone County, surrounding a 2,400 acre lake. The park was acquired in 1971 – 1972 by lease from Texas Utilities and was opened to the public in 1976. The population is sparsely scattered across the area, where … Read More

Cooper Lake State Park

Cooper Lake State park is located in northeast Texas, on 3,026 acres surrounding the young 19,300 acre water body, Copper Lake. The park is composed of two units. Doctors Creek Unit is the smaller of the two, totaling 715.5 acres, and is located in Delta County. South Sulphur Unit lies … Read More


Dangerfield State Park, in Morris County southwest of Texarkana, is a 506.913-acre recreational area, including an 80-surface-acre lake. The area was the center of the iron industry in Texas, and original improvements were made by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).… Read More

Caddo Lake State Park

Caddo Lake State Park

Caddo Lake State Park is located on the only natural lake in the Lone Star State. The lake was eventually dammed in the early 1900s when oil was struck and for flood control. Caddo Indian legends tell of a giant flood that gave way to the … Read More