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Purtis Creek State Park, Eustace

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  • They falsely accused my nephew of being drunk. He doesn't drink alcohol. They constantly complain of parking. Park host has a chip on his shoulder, looks for things to complain about. They hold camp s...  more »
  • A small park in the park system, but we like the quiet, easy pace; just a great place for relaxing with or without a little fishing. Most sites have a picnic table and firepit in a somewhat secluded l...  more »
  • Beach is formed by two feet wide cement pathway. Toilets are not in not good condition and needs to be renovated. Only picnic areas are very nice.  more »
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  • Never go to Purtis State Park. They just falsely accused my nephew of being drunk. He's 45 and not a drinker, ZERO alcohol!! Said they would handcuff him. They took many drivers license from Reunion guests to "run for warrants" I guess since they couldn't find a drunk! On our family? His daughter was leaving the Reunion and a Barney Fife on a mule stopped and ask them to repark somewhere. The girl was leaving already. But the park monitor was across the street and said he smelled alcohol on his breath! They called the TPW officer and he came to the campsite. He accused first and ask questions after. He wouldn't even offer a breathlizer. A complaint is being filed on the short people on the mule(supposedly a retire cop and his wife) which I'm sure tax payers money paid, supposedly Park Rangers. They smelled alcohol on a non-drinker. Publicly humiliated him and our entire family. Falsely accused, refused to apologize? And the TPW Officer who also accused him. They wrongly identified him as a drunk. Actually they asked him to move a car. That was all. We were all in our campsite. Laughing and catching up. Many drove hours to see our family. No apology, no, nothing! Filing a complaint with the State Tuesday.
  • Great bass fishing. Excellent picnic and swimming area. One of my favorite state parks to visit. Not very many trails mainly set up for fishing.
  • Nice park. Lots of fishing going on but I ended up I'll and not able to get out much on this trip. The park was well maintained.
  • The park is well kept and beautiful. We like to go weekend camping. The even numbered campsites have long driveways for the RV's and the odd numbered have large tent pads. The front staff is super nice and knowledge and helped us pick a sight where some of the baby deer had been seen and also steered is away from one of the sites that would be super windy that day. They have fishing tackle to borrow and in the summer they have boat rentals. There are a lot of RV's there and a lot that look like they stay there for a good amount of time as they hang twinkle lights and the sort. All around nice people when you are there but the park itself is gorgeous.
  • Nice quiet place to relax. Would be better if we could take horses in! Beautiful walking trails!