As a gentle Texan breeze rustles through the cattails of Lake Texana, it almost sounds like they’re are calling your name -- if your name is “whoosh whoosh.” If it’s not, you should still come check this park out, seriously. Stocked with bass, catfish, and crappie, Lake Texana is an angler’s paradise -- bring a fishing pole and we pretty much guarantee you’ll be grilling some fish for dinner. For the fishing-adverse, try taking out your kayak or canoe on the lake’s designated paddling trail. The 1.64-mile trail winds around the still, sleepy coves that edge Lake Texana Campground. Back on land, while away a hot Texas day by hiking beneath the shady oaks on the park’s six miles of trails. Be sure to keep a lookout for wading shorebirds and soaring eagles; the park is known for excellent bird watching. And when the sun starts to set over the lake, you’ll have the perfect view from your waterfront campsite. So what are you waiting for? Lake Texana beckons you (not literally, of course, but you get the idea).
Are you looking for some shade from the often scorching Texas sun, or do you want to post up camp as close to the shimmering waters of Lake Texana...
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History of Texana Park and Campground
Now that Texana Park & Campground, formerly Lake Texana State Park, has joined up with the Brackenridge Recreation Complex, the opportunities for outdoor fun are bigger and better than ever. Guests staying at either of the neighboring campgrounds, both managed by the Lavaca-Navidad River Authority, are free to mix, mingle and enjoy the amenities of both parks.