Village Creek State Park: Bike Trail

Village Creek State Park: Bike Trail
Lumberton, TX.

Village Creek State Park, which opened in 1994, contains 1,090 acres and borders Village Creek. Walking the Bike Trail is not a long hike and will give you a glance into the Texas Big Thicket. … Read More

Tyler State Park

Tyler State Park is composed of 985.5 acres in Smith County, just north of Tyler, and encompasses a 64 acre lake. The park property was acquired in 1934. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) made the original improvements to the park, and opened to the public in 1939.… Read More

Martin Dies, Jr. State Park

Martin Dies, Jr. State Park was known as Dam B State Park until 1965. The park is a 705 acre area in Jasper and Tyler counties, located between Woodville and Jasper on the 15,000 acre B.A. Steinhagen Reservoir. The property was acquired under a 50-year lease from the U.S. Army … Read More

Lake Tawakoni State Park

Lake Tawakoni State Park is composed of 376.3 acres in Hunt County. The property was acquired in 1984 and authorized through a 50 year lease agreement with the Sabine River Authority, which operates the 36,700 surface-acre reservoir and Iron Bridge Dam, on the headwaters of the Sabine River.… Read More

Lake Livingston State Park

Lake Livingston State Park is located one mile southwest of Livingston. The park is composed of 635.5 acres along the shores of Lake Livingston, an 84,800 acre reservoir. The park property was acquired in 1971 and was opened to the public in 1977. The park is near the ghost town … Read More