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While the mountain biking trails are short, they’re ranked at an intermediate level, so you’re guaranteed to get your thrills! ...Read more
Lake Bob Sandlin measures in at 9,000 acres, which means there’s plenty of space to water ski, cruise, or chill out under the s...Read more
Cast a line in Lake Bob Sandlin for a chance to catch largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, sunfish, and catfish. The included ...Read more
The 4.5-mile multiuse trail within Lake Bob Sandlin State Park is perfect for a tough hike in the woods. The intermediate trail...Read more
There’s no better way to spend those long summer days than canoeing through the cool waters of Lake Bob Sandlin. The 9,000-acre...Read more
After a day hiking or biking, relax near the water on Lake Bob Sandlin. You’ll find the designated swimming area near the main ...Read more
The most popular wildlife watching experience at Lake Bob Sandlin State Park happens during the winter months. Come when it’s c...Read more
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Had a blast this past weekend and plan to go back. Definitely will plan on reserving a spot by the water. Stayed at site #49 and was close to restrooms. Super quiet at night and lots of shade during the day with all the trees. Dogs aren't allowed in public swimming area FYI, which is understandable. We're able to find a small trail that led to an area they could play by the water.
One of my favorite state parks. The trails are well paced and well marked. I have stayed in several number campsites in both areas, 42 and 43 worked great for me. The best is the primitive site down from the trout pond. The site is off the trail and just a short hike from the pond. The trails are clear and wide. There are nice hills and a few rocky spots. Easy hike for kids and the dogs.