Tyler State Park

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4.00 out of 5
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Campground Description

Situated in the pineywoods, the steep, dissected hillsides and the lake, with its associated vegetation, provides considerable habitat variety. Wildlife species are characteristic of East Texas; deer, squirrels, raccoons, opossums and numerous species of birds are found in the park. Popular fish include crappie, perch, catfish and bass.
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Posted by: TrailAPI on April 9, 2013
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    Campground Activities

    Activities include picnicking, camping, boating (motors allowed - 5 mph speed limit), boat rentals, fishing, birding, hiking, mountain biking, lake swimming (in unsupervised swimming area), and nature study.

    Campground Amenities

    Cabins, Drinking Water, Flush Toilet, Hookup - Electric, Hookup - Sewer, Hookup - Water, Pets OK, Picnic Table

    Reservation info

    http://texas.reserveworld.com/SelectCampArea.aspx?pk_id=175

    Camping Fees

    $14-$26 per night

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    Reviews of Tyler State Park



    Reviewed by KatNipp on December 29, 2014

    (1 out of 1 members found this review useful.) Reply to Review
    This is a GREAT state park with nice sites and a LOT to do in summer. We visited in late fall and it was too cool to swim or enjoy the water, but the park is nicely wooded and a great place to enjoy nature. We spent a lot of time enjoying our hammocks. The campsite was spacious.

    I read on another site about a camper setting up his pop-up while his daughter played in the leaves, and she was bit by a copperhead who was hiding in the leaves! They rushed her to medical care, but fortunately it was a dry bite (snake did not inject venom) and she was ok just hurting. That could happen anywhere, any time, but has made me extra cautious of leaf piles in the fall.
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