Fall for Parks


Enjoy the Colors

FallPhotoBeyond the popular bigtooth maples of Lost Maples State Natural Area, you'll find fall foliage in many state parks. Visit gorgeous yellow cottonwoods at Caprock Canyons. Get an eyeful of East Texas hardwoods including elms, oaks, sweetgums, beeches and hickories at state parks like Lake Bob Sandlin, Cooper Lake, Daingerfield, Martin Creek Lake and more. 

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Instagram users: tag your visit #Fall4TX

Flickr users: see what the foliage looks like this year

Come to Events

KidsMarshmallowsCelebrate with a smorgasbord of state parks events! See what's on the menu and enjoy nature's bounty. Pick from special Thanksgiving and fall food events like craft workshops, wild turkey talks, Dutch oven demos and more.

See fall holiday events

Camp Your Way

FamilyCampNever is camping more popular than during the fall. Book your reservation online, and be the first to know about upcoming new online reservation features!

Want to try something besides tent camping? Many of your state parks offer cabin and shelter options.

If your favorite spot is already full, chances are you can still find a place nearby.


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