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Huntsville State Park

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Huntsville State Park, Texas

Once you discover the majestic flora and fauna of the East Texas Piney Woods in Huntsville State Park you may never want to leave! By water, you’ll find endless activities on the 210-acre Lake Raven Read more...
Once you discover the majestic flora and fauna of the East Texas Piney Woods in Huntsville State Park you may never want to leave! By water, you’ll find endless activities on the 210-acre Lake Raven including fishing for largemouth bass and crappie, boating, and swimming with the alligators. Wait, definitely don’t swim with the gators! Make sure to stay in the designated swimming area and brush up on local swimming safety tips before going for your morning or evening dip. By land, you can journey among 21 miles of trails, or go off the grid and embark on the 129-mile Lone Star Hiking Trail that crosses the Sam Houston National Forest. If the air is your avenue of exploration, you’ll discover a plethora of feathered friends, at around 250 identified species in the park. There really isn’t a bad spot in Huntsville State Park, as most sites - whether a comfy screened shelter or one of 160 tent campsites - border Lake Raven in this wooded wonderland.
Prairie Branch Campground
Texas
Texas: We camped at Huntsville in the dead of winter and were the only campers at the entire park! It was a...
Coloneh Campground
Coloneh Campground is tent-tastic! If you’re looking for a low-key getaway at Huntsville State Park,...
Raven Hill Campground
Raven Hill is the place to park your four-wheeled crib! Backing it up is encouraged at these sites...
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Stubblefield Lake Campground
Matthew
Matthew: Stubblefield is nice, but the Overflow Campground a few minutes down the road is free and really great...
Briar Loop Campground
These sites are so special that they’re designated by letters A - P as opposed to the traditional...
Private Lake Paradise
Megann
Megann: It's a cool spot! It's easy to get to and looks just like the pictures! I'd recommend tent camping...
Tin Barn Lodge
Kelly
Kelly: We stayed at Sue's Tin Barn Lodge over the weekend and had an incredible time! Sue greeted us when we...
Mallard Pond Cabin
Mallard
Mallard: Mallard Haven Retreat is located off US 287, between Palestine on the north and Crockett on the south....
Pin Oak Loop Campground
Right along the lake on the park’s northern boundary, sites 98 - 147 are scenically located despite...
Piney Shores Campground
Aptly named are these campgrounds sheltered in amongst the forested pines, right on the eastern shores...
Red Oak Campground
Sandwiched between the beachside Piney Shores and the outer Yaupon Loop campgrounds, sites 38 - 49 are...
Yaupon Loop Campground
The farthest removed from the lake of among the three campground conglomeration including Piney Shores...
Hercules Club Loop Campground
The farthest south of Lake Livingston’s campgrounds, these sites are nestled on one of the corner...
Privet Spring Fed Creek
Matthew
Matthew: Inspired by his love of nature and his affinity for hot springs, Matt (the host) crafted this camp as ...
Stephen F. Austin Campground
Come one, come all! At Stephen F. Austin Campground, take your pick from 40 pull-through, full hook-up...
Lake Somerville Birch Creek Unit Campground
Kelsie
Kelsie: Great time to see deer over Thankgiving Break and low park attendance makes it feel more secluded.
Big Thicket Backcountry
Tertius
Tertius: Correction on the description: Fires are allowed and you can gather firewood to make them. Pets are...
Rv Hookup At Mill Creek
Kelly
Kelly: The RV Hookup at Mill Creek is cozy, well shaded, and offers activities to keep the whole family busy ...
Camp by the Creek
Sue
Sue: Journey to the far corner the property, out of sight of others, and enjoy primitive camping under the...
Primitive Camping
Brandon Megan
Brandon Megan: It was great, we stayed at the back of the property at the watering hole with our two 5 month old...
Mallard Shack-In-The-Woods
Mallard
Mallard: Small enclosed cabin with inside toilet, small heating-cooking pot-belly stove, limited cooking...
Brazos Bend Campground
Stephanie
Stephanie: If you want to see Wildlife, this is the park to go to! I counted over 40 alligators on one of my...
Bunny Hill Farm
sherri
Sherri: pitch you tent in the woods. sleep under the stars. few minute walk to main house.