Fishers and boaters at Falcon State Park
On the shores of Falcon Reservoir, wild olive, wild oregano, hibiscus, mesquite thickets, huisache and prickly pear cactus give refuge to roadrunners, javelina, deer and jackrabbits. While park visitors enjoy the scenic views and abundant wildlife, they can kick back at this peaceful retreat where park hosts organize a variety of activities. Join us during the winter months for great bird-watching and Friday night hot meals at the "rec" hall. The world-class bass fishing draws anglers from across the state to the 98,960-surface-acre lake.
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