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Tyler State Park, Tyler

(4.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • There is a great lakeside trail that goes all the around the lake, with two spots with restrooms, and a bridge over water that goes by a beaver dam. The trail was about a mile. Staff at the store were...  more »
  • We had a great view from Lake View site #30. We were close enough to the spring fed lake to see it and have a fantastic view. There are a few sites that have direct lake access for a kayak or canoe bu...  more »
  • I love this park. It's great for taking a nice walk or having a picnic. Bring the kids and just relax. You can fish here or play with a frisby or just walk and take photos. Everyone in the Tyler area ...  more »
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  • This is one of the best state parks in TX. As clean as a whistle with a good smattering of woodsy stuff. Make your reservation online to have a place then get to the park early on the day of that reservation to pick the exact spot. Staff are great.
  • No matter what the season, this park is a guaranteed good experience scenery-wise. The lake is not smelly or polluted, and is refreshing to swim in during the summer and early fall months. Fishing rods are available for free as rentals, and kayaks/canoes/paddle boats are offered at very affordable rates. The only issue - this park is very popular, and thus not as quiet as its Daingerfield counterpart (which I would rate 5/5 easily).
  • Great place to relax in the outdoors. This park is close enough to tyler that you don't have to travel an hour to get here, and you still feel like you're in the forest away from the city. The water in the lake is very clear since it's a spring fed lake. If you're going to take a trip here I recommend making reservations at least a week in advance. This park fills up fairly quick, but even when it's full there's still plenty of room for you to relax and enjoy the great outdoors.
  • Great place to camp and swim. Looks like a good fishing spot. I have seen lots of large mouth bass. Great getaway for weekends and holidays.
  • Awesome place. Pine trees and a lake. Facilities are excellent.