The park will be closed from 3 p.m. Oct. 23 until 2 p.m. Oct. 27, 2016 and on the following dates Nov. and Jan. . . .

Park closures are possible on weekends and holidays due to capacity. All trails close 30 minutes after sunset, except the Loop Trail, and pets are only allowed in certain areas. . . .

Primitive Backpack Campsites

  • People per Site: 4
  • Number of Sites: 20

There are two areas available, Moss Lake and Walnut springs (ten sites in each area). Campers must hike 1-3 miles on rugged terrain. No water is available in the primitive areas. Excess Vehicle Overnight Fee is $6 per car, per night, for over two vehicles per campsite. No ash producing fires are permitted in this area, only containerized fuel stoves that can be turned off, are allowed.

  • Hike in 1 to 3 miles
  • Pets allowed in primitive areas
  • All trash must be carried out
  • Outdoor composting toilets
  • Ground fires (including charcoal) prohibited
  • No water available

No overnight camping on the top of the rock. All day-use visitors must be down from the top by 10 p.m.

Outdoor toilets are available. Ground fires (including charcoal) are prohibited. Minors (under 17) not camping with a sponsored group must furnish a Written consent form to stay overnight. Pets are allowed in the primitive areas. All trash must be carried out.



Plus daily
entrance fee

$10 Per Additional Person

Note: Information and prices are subject to change. Please call the park or park information (1-800-792-1112) for the latest updates. The daily entrance fee is charged in addition to any facility fees, unless otherwise stated. A Texas State Park Pass will allow you and your guests to enjoy unlimited visits for 1-year to more than 90 State Parks, without paying the daily entrance fee, in addition to other benefits.

Pets are not allowed in any Texas State Park buildings. For other general pet restrictions check the Texas State Park Regulations. For park specific pet restrictions contact the park.

Call the park or park information (1-800-792-1112) for more information.

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