Lake Colorado City State Park

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About Lake Colorado City State Park

Come check out the beautiful landscaping work that has been done at Lake Colorado City State Park. The kicker - these beautiful spring blooms of Mexican buckeye, black dalea, Texas persimmon, sumac and daisy are professionally maintained by the best gardener of them all - Mother Nature herself! In drier months, when mesquite trees take over much of the 500-acre landscape, shift your attention to the skies and scour the horizon for the likes of avocets, ducks, Bell’s vireos, scissor-tailed flycatchers, woodpeckers, hawks and mockingbirds. More of a doer than an observer eh? There are plenty of aqua-activities to keep your heart thumping and your adrenaline pumping such as swimming, boating, jet skiing, canoeing and kayaking. Challenge accepted!

Campgrounds in Lake Colorado City

Mesquite Circle Campground

1. Mesquite Circle Campground

The campground at Lake Colorado City is comprised of three neighboring groupings: Mesquite Circle, Rolling Hills, and Lakeview. All three areas are...

Rolling Hills Campground

2. Rolling Hills Campground

The campground at Lake Colorado City is comprised of three neighboring groupings: Mesquite Circle, Rolling Hills, and Lakeview. All three areas are...

Lakeview Campground

3. Lakeview Campground

The campground at Lake Colorado City is comprised of three neighboring groupings: Mesquite Circle, Rolling Hills, and Lakeview. All three areas are...

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Lake Colorado City
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February 21st, 2015
Lake Colorado City
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February 21st, 2015
Lake Colorado City
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February 21st, 2015
Lake Colorado City
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February 21st, 2015
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History of Lake Colorado City State Park

Lake Colorado City State Park is a 500-acre park, leased for 99 years from a utility company in Mitchell County, located southwest of Colorado City. It was acquired in 1971 and was opened in 1972.

Lake Colorado City was built in 1949 on Morgan Creek, a tributary of the Colorado River, by Texas Electric Service Company to provide cooling water for the power plant, a water supply for Colorado City, and recreation. Morgan Creek Power Plant is the largest modern steam electric station in West Texas.