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Date of Stay:
October, 2017 -
My only issues with the park were that the women's showers in our area (not sure if they were the only ones) were way too open and exposed - the shower curtains barely covered two-thirds of the opening of the individual shower cubicles and their accompanying changing area. There were only two showers, and the water pressure was very, very low. My other issue was that there was a lot of glass and garbage along the shore of the lake where we were allowed to walk our dogs. Not sure about the human swimming area as we never went there (no pets allowed) but the clay mud at the edges of the water was incredibly slick and slippery (which was amusing, but also irritating to walk through) and all the glass and fishing line etc. Otherwise, this State Park was BEAUTIFUL! We stayed an extra night because we loved it so much, and so did the dogs. It was quiet, peaceful, and dark enough that you could see a vast starry night sky, and you were just far enough away from fellow RVers that you didn't feel invaded. We will stay there in a heartbeat if we get the chance to go out that way again. We camped at Lake Tawakoni State Park in a Motorhome.
Check out the creepy "Gathering of the Spiders in 2007" trail and read all about this enormous communal spider web made by thousands of Long-Jawed Orb Weaver spiders (and some other species) that blocked out the sun! You can see remnants of the webs and there are still some of the spiders there.