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Martin Dies, Jr. State Park, Jasper

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  • Enjoyed fishing, camping, and viewing wild life. Very nice place for families to enjoy the great outdoors. Nice shelters, restrooms, and camp sites.  more »
  • We pulled our 35' trailer up from Magnolia, Texas for its very first voyage, and what a treat it was to visit this park! We were there in late January, so it was not during high season, although the p...  more »
  • We actually stayed at Mill Creek but came over to check out this park since it was only about 30 minutes away. It was so big. There are actually 2 different areas to the park and they are across the r...  more »
  • Great park to camp out for the weekend. Clean restrooms, clean showers. Nice hiking trails to burn some calories and take some pics. Bring or rent a kayak or canoe to enjoy the great views on the water. Pretty safe place too. Save enough that I camped out under a tarp inside my hammock. There are things to do for the kids too when you sign up for one of their cool classes. Stop reading my review and book a trip now.
  • A great little get-away spot for a half day or even full day trip. There offer hiking trails and even paddling trails. There are lots of campsites if you prefer to stay out in nature overnight. The place has a "Louisiana swamp" feel to it and is a bit different than other lakes around the area.
  • This is a great location to bring family and friends to have a good old camp out. The park ranger patrol all night and kept us feeling very safe. The restrooms were climate control and very clean and well-kept it was well worth the drive just an hour and a half north east of Houston.
  • Campsites are all very unique and also close to each other might be a good thing might be bad. Animals can be seen throughout the park, more so when there's less people. Everything kept clean and the unique things they have to offer is worth checking out.
  • There is a calm that comes over me once I turn onto the park road. I love this campground and the people are always friendly and helpful. This is why we keep going back.