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Over 11 miles of trails are waiting for you here, so don’t forget to pack your helmet. You can try out three different legs of ...Read more
Once you see the 640-acre lake, you won’t want to wait to get down to the ramp with your boat. Don’t have your own? No worries....Read more
Crappie and sunfish love this lake, and so will you. You might get ahold of some catfish and bass, too. The park has installed ...Read more
There are plenty of trails to choose from at Lake Mineral Wells State Park, from the easier Cross Timbers to the most challengi...Read more
Start your journey from one of 20 horse-friendly campsites and enjoy a day on the Cross Timbers Trail. While you're there, be s...Read more
Bring your own or rent one here, but don't miss out on a kayak or canoe trip around this lake. There are 640 acres to explore, ...Read more
If you like the horizontal hikes here, you'll love the vertical climbs! The natural climbing area in this park is located in Pe...Read more
In the south end of the lake, the swimming area is a great place to take a break from taking in the sights along the Trailway o...Read more
This park is home to colorful wildflowers like Coreopsis and Bluebonnet, and some of the largest American Oaks in Texas! Keep y...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Cross Timbers Campground.
The vibe at Cross Timbers Campground
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The campsites here are larger since this in a equestrian site and great for larger families. The trail head for the primitive sites is also located here. So if you want to do day hikes or lounge in camp, this is a great place to stay. The cons to this site are, sometime the horses can be a little noise at night, and you will have to dive to the south end of the lake to fish or enjoy the water. Overall this is the area I prefer to camp when I come to this park.