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Step back in time on San Angelo State Park’s two-mile Dinosaur Trail, where you’ll be able to see fossilized dinosaur tracks fr...Read more
Use one of the park’s two boat ramps to head out for a day on O.C. Fisher Lake. A drought in 2011 left the water levels here to...Read more
Extremely low water levels brought on by drought in 2011 led to the loss of all the sportfish in the lake. San Angelo State Par...Read more
There is always something exciting to see when hiking at San Angelo State Park, from fossilized dinosaur tracks and American In...Read more
Meander with your horse along nearly 50 miles of trails at San Angelo State Park. If you want to spend the night, check out the...Read more
Cool off with a swim in O.C. Fisher Lake, but know that no lifeguards are on duty. You can also travel about ten minutes away f...Read more
Situated at the junction of four ecological zones (High Plains, Texas Hill Country, Rolling Plains, and the Trans-Pecos), San A...Read more
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Staff was great! I showed up just before 10pm and the gate was closed. I pulled over and tried to figure out my next move when a worker, who I had obviously woken up, came cheerfully to assist me and help me find a site. The sites are very spread out, even for the RVers. The facilities, picnic tables and bath house, do show their age a bit. Definitely desert climate with plenty of pest to bother you throughout the day and night. I could barely get my tent stakes in the ground it was so dry. I can't comment on the trails or other activities as my stay was just an overnighter. It was very quiet, which is always my biggest concern.
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- 31.467° N, 100.536° W
- Tent Only - Hike In: 20 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)
- Tent / RV / Trailer: 106 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)
- Tent / Van: 21 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)