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Lake Mineral Wells State Park

Lake Mineral Wells State Park, Texas

Home to the famous Penitentiary Hollow, so while you’re at this park beware of escaped convicts and dangerous criminals on the loose! Well not exactly. Unless these outlaws come in the form of ghosts. Read more...
Home to the famous Penitentiary Hollow, so while you’re at this park beware of escaped convicts and dangerous criminals on the loose! Well not exactly. Unless these outlaws come in the form of ghosts. The bizarre name for Lake Mineral Wells’ famous rock-climbing canyon, this spot was supposedly where ancient cattle thieves used to hide their stolen spoils, long before the area was turned into a 3,283-acre state park. Today, this land of buried treasure is also popular to park goers for lake activities such as swimming, fishing and boating (although tubing, skiing and jet skiing are not allowed, sad face). The 12.8 miles of park trails are excellent for hikers, bikers and horseback riders as is the 20-mile multi-use trailway, which passes through the park from Mineral Wells to Weatherford. As you meander your way through the trees and wildflowers that blanket the park and trailway, you might just spot a wild turkey, waterfowl, white-tailed deer or songbird. And who knows, maybe you’ll happen to stumble across that long lost loot!
Cross Timbers Campground
James
James: The campsites here are larger since this in a equestrian site and great for larger families. The...
Plateau Campground
Slightly more open than some of the other more densely-forested grounds, sites 59 - 88 are great for...
Live Oak Campground
Located just north of the Post Oak grounds, Live Oak offers a few more comforts than its coniferous...
Post Oak Campground
Along an inlet on the western shores of Lake Minerals Wells are these handicap-accessible tent sites...
Lake Mineral Wells Primitive Campground
Looking for the ultimate bare-bones camping experience without the excess of some of the other sites?...
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Ancient Oaks
Matthew
Matthew: Eco Rich is not as much a farm or ranch as it is a South Texas paradise. Nestled just inside the...
Brookside Camp
Shayna
Shayna: Our stay at Emory's ranch was absolutely incredible. The campsite was private and secluded, and had a...
Hidden Lake Safari & RV Park
Hidden
Hidden: Make memories to last a lifetime with a great vacation at Hidden Lake Safari & RV Park in Texas....
Possum Kingdom Campground
L Uoutdoor
L Uoutdoor: Camped here during our trip to Mineral Wells - we really enjoyed the views!
Dinosaur Valley Campground
Jose
Jose: This was my third time camping and first time hiking in to a primitive campsite with a backpack. ...
Backcountry Adventure
Emory
Emory: This the camping experience for those that wish to put on a backpack and hike into vehicle...
Santa Fe Rail Car
Kit
Kit: We had a lovely weekend. You can access the river for swimming from the property, which really made...
Fort Richardson Campground
Build your own fort for the weekend at Fort Richardson Campground! All sites are decked-out with...
Scout Area Primitive Campground
Scout Area is a primitive campground in disguise! This area is awesome for groups to become one around...
Tipi In The Orchard
Adam
Adam: Our time at the Orchard was absolutely magical. The tipi was a perfect mix between camping and...
Windmill Point
Emory
Emory: Just 100 yards from paved road, accessible rain or shine, Windmill Point is where some of the original...
Adobe Casita
Emory
Emory: A 300 sq ft Adobe Cobb mini-house (Casita) located on a working ranch/eco-orchard. 20 minutes...
Juniper Meadow
Leslie
Leslie: Pitch a tent alone or with a group in our community camp area. This area has 7 tent spots that are...
Cleburne Campground
Laura
Laura: Just got home from a weekend of camping here! We have a 35' fifth wheel and were in spot 57. Chose...
Isle du Bois Unit Campground
Chad
Chad: Great access to a public swim area (roped off). Trails are plentiful, but they are pretty sandy due...
Hog Wallow Campground
If you want to be close to the water, try to reserve sites 261 to 273 at Hog Wallow; they’re closest...
Coyote Crossing Campground
Many of Coyote Crossing’s 75 campsites sit quite close to the lake, so it should be fairly easy to...
Eagle Ford Campground
With 81 campsites, Eagle Ford can feel a little tight. This is a camping area not a sport utility...
Cedar Hill Primitive Campground
There are 30 camping spots up for grabs at Cedar Hill’s primitive campgrounds. Be prepared for just a...
Lakeview Campground
Lakeview campground is a bit of a misnomer; you’re not right on the lake, like some of the sites in...