The park is a panorama of cedar and oak woodlands, wildflowers and pink granite outcroppings in the Central Texas Hill Country. Deer, turkey, quail, numerous songbirds, and other species of wildlife are abundant in the park. The most commonly caught fish are bass, crappie and catfish.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on April 7, 2013
Visitors enjoy camping, backpacking, and hiking. Since Inks Lake stays at a constant level, droughts do not affect water-related activities such as lake swimming (unsupervised beach), boating, water skiing, scuba diving and fishing.
Cabins, Drinking Water, Hookup - Electric, Hookup - Water, Pets OK, Vault Toilet
$10-$22 per night
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Reviews of Inks Lake State Park
Reviewed by KatNipp on December 29, 2014
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This is a strong 4-4.5 star park. It is popular and enjoyed by many. The lake is constant level, so you don't have to worry about droughts impacting it. It's a great place to canoe.
Hike or canoe over to Devil's Rock and jump off a cliff into the water below (if you're brave - I'm not, but enjoyed watching). It's fun to climb all over the rocks and explore.
Be sure to checkout the Longhorn Caverns up the road and take a tour of the cave. Very neat cave with lots of history and great stories. Don't miss it.
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