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Eisenhower State Park, Denison

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  • Came up here for a day trip from dallas. We wanted to hike, and we were pleasantly surprised. There are lots of trails. Our favorite was between markers 3 and 4. Only downside was $5/person to get in ...  more »
  • Very clean, well supervised and lots of camping spaces in the shade. Handy marina, good variety in the shop. Personnel are helpful and friendly. Mesmerizing bird population as well as a wide variety o...  more »
  • So far this is the best park we have found in/near/around the Dallas Fort Worth area. It takes you all the way up to the state line of Oklahoma. There are beautiful views up at the lovers Bluff & has ...  more »
  • Love this part! Can't say enough good things! Very clean, well-organized, wonderful hiking trails! No matter where you are on a trail you are never too far from a restroom. Pet friendly. Camping sites are available. This was an absolutely wonderful day trip!
  • We stayed inside shelter during Spring Break in our camping tents. It protected us from chilling winds and having electricity was a plus. Restrooms and showers were decent (they might need a renovation) but the landscape and trails were beautiful. Coming back!
  • No Lake Access. Yea there is a marina but none of the Campsites have lake access. No pets in the Screen shelter is a joke too.. The floors are concrete. Not worth it.
  • Great state park. Friendly staff and the hike was outstanding. Loved the overall experience. Next time will plan to camp as well. The view at the end of path 10 is breathtaking
  • Its nice here but the swimming are was way way down steep stairs so be very careful. I didn't like the fact we had to pay five bucks a person and we weren't camping. Kids under 12 are free.