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Lake Somerville State Park

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Lake Somerville State Park, Texas

Truth or dare? Dare… okay great choice. We dare you to not find something fun to do at Lake Somerville State Park! With an endless array of activities jam-packed into 300 acres, we’re pretty sure Read more...
Truth or dare? Dare… okay great choice. We dare you to not find something fun to do at Lake Somerville State Park! With an endless array of activities jam-packed into 300 acres, we’re pretty sure you’ll have to use one of your “chickens” on this one. These activities include, but are not limited to (deep breath) picnicking, boating, fishing, hiking, biking, volleyball, horseshoes, basketball, mountain biking, birding, other wildlife viewing, badminton, canoeing, kayaking, backpacking and camping (exhale). Just in case you can’t find what you’re looking for at this park, the 13-mile Lake Somerville Trailway at the west end of the reservoir connects Lake Somerville with two other state parks: Birch Creek and Nails Creek. Back at Lake Somerville, don’t forget to check out the Hot on Their Tracks program! With soft-soiled landscapes such as duck ponds, marshes, bogs, clay loam and sandy loam, many animals have left their mark in this park. What more rewarding way to spend the day than hunting down animal tracks with a park researcher and turning them into casts to be studied!
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