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Inks Lake State Park, Burnet

Categories: State Parks, Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • We had a great time and fab weather. Kayaked (rentals) and hiked. Explored the area and enjoyed watching the water foul. Great sunsets too! 
  • We spend one night here in a cabin. Did some hiking and explored the park. Very nice landscape with great scenery. Good diving water hole. The cabin is limited use with 2 sets of bunk beds. Includes a...  read more »
  • We take are RV's there and the sites are nice. The lake can get a bit crowded but it is beautiful. It is a great place to take the family. 
  • Inks lake is a great place to go with friends. The lake is nice if you want to ride in a motorized boat, or if you want to canoe/kayak. If you don't own one, yoy can rent: canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats from the camp shop. The rocks, aka the Devil's Watering Hole, is a really fun place to jump from. The water is deep enough for the jumps, even from the top rock. It is also really close to Longhorn Caverns, an area of underground caverns that has an extensive history. All in all, it's a fun place for a day long or weekend camping trip
  • Wonderful park. Lots of great tent sites that border the lake. They have a host who can sell you firewood, they have an on-site shop with canoe and kayak rentals and all the necessities. The lake is lovely, fishing piers are awesome and the staff is great. Hiking through the granite is pretty special. This is a great park
  • Terrific spot to camp on a constant level lake. The place is well maintained and for the most part the people are friendly and helpful. My family has been coming here for over 30 years. We frequent the water only sites, of which there are plenty located directly on the water. Constant level lake means you know that you will be able to get your boat in the water. There is a great amphitheater with a large rock outcropping for gazing at the stars. General store staff are friendly and have kayaks and canoes for you to rent.
  • Beautiful park, with great attractions. I had been once before when I was in Boy Scouts, and love it then as well. It was a lot of fun, and there was a lot to do. I highly recommend the cliff diving, just stay safe.
  • Great place to swim with the kids. A lot of campsites are on the water or very close to the water. Restrooms and showers are in good locations. Relatively clean, but I've seen cleaner in other state parks. We went for July 4th and the campsites with electric and water were crowded with people and rvs/campers. So we moved to a water only campsite and it was much more peaceful. Staff was very accommodating to our switch.
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