Daingerfield State Park, Daingerfield
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Daingerfield State Park, in Morris County southwest of Texarkana, is a 506.913acre recreational area (including 80acre Lake Daingerfield), deeded in 1935 by Georgia Anna 'Chambers' Connor, and opened in 1938.HistoryThe original improvements were made by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). This area was the center of the iron industry in Texas; nearby is Lone Star Steel Company.ActivitiesThe park offers picnicking; camping; boating ; fishing; swimming in an unsupervised swimming area; hiking; and nature study. A seasonal concession rents pedal boats and canoes. Tours may be arranged by special request. Year-round boat rentals are available.Area AttractionsNearby attractions include Lake Bob Sandlin State Park, Atlanta State Park, and Caddo Lake State Park; Starr Family Home State Historic Site; Morris County Museum; Wildflower Trails 3rd weekend in April; and Jefferson Historical Pilgrimage and Mardi Gras Jefferson in February; and the Daingerfield Fall Fest in Daingerfield on the 2nd weekend in October.FacilitiesFacilities include restrooms with and without showers; picnic sites including a group picnic area with tables ; campsites with water; campsites with water and electricity; campsites with water, electricity, and sewer; a group lodge ; an overflow camping area; an amphitheater on the lake side; a launching ramp; a boat dock; a fishing pier; and a fish-cleaning facility; 2½ miles of hiking trails; a playground with slides and swings; cabins with heating and air-conditioning, and kitchen facilities ; Year-round boat rentals are available ; and a Texas State Park Store is at the park.To visit Daingerfield State Park on your holiday in Daingerfield, and find out what else Daingerfield has to offer, use our Daingerfield itinerary maker.
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The park is just breathtaking! Very wide and open, very clean! We were not able to swim this time but I will definitely go back for a swim!
We drove from the Dallas area for a three night stay at Daingerfield State Park. After a two hour drive we set up our tent, had some dinner, and watched birds - three different kinds of woodpeckers (i... read more »
Beautiful park, friendly staff. Perfect place for family. This is our first time here. I was shocked! Everything is so beautiful and we had a fun weekend. Will definitely come back!
This state park is a very nice and quiet getaway. Paddle boats, canoes and a floating dock are all fun water activities available. Nice trails to hike. The restrooms are well maintained.
One of my favorite state parks in the area. Extremely clean, extremely friendly park Rangers. This is a spot we definitely visit at least once a year.
Great scenery and lots of fun to be had. The lake is great for swimming and there ante great trails for hiking!
It looks awsome.I just wasent welcomed their,. But God Bless all.
One of our favorites, Daingerfield SP is a beautiful park with tall trees and maintained underbrush. Every campsite is at least 50% shade. Hiking trails are well maintained and the one around the lake takes about an hour to complete. The lake, entirely within the park, is one of the best swimming lakes I've come across with a nice sandbar to stand on, or you can swim out to the platform and do cannon balls of the edge. One last mention is the boat rentals, you can rent canoes, kayaks or paddle boats to take this park in at your leisure. A great park for families, I would highly recommend you check it out, you will not be disappointed.
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