Lake Bob Sandlin State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 97
Number of Sites with Electric and Water: 75
About: Activities include picnicking; hiking; swimming; mountain biking; in-line skating; and fishing for largemouth bass, catfish, and crappie. Eagles can be spotted during winter months. A variety of birds and wildlife can be viewed year round. Tours: Interpretive tours and nature walks are given on some weekends and by request
Facilities include restrooms with showers; premium lakeside campsites with water and electricity; two primitive camping areas; campsites (back-in) with water and electricity; screen shelters; Limited use cabins (air-conditioning and heating, bunk beds with mattresses, no linens, no inside plumbing); a group picnic pavilion with 6 or 8 tables, water and electricity, a large barbeque grill, and restrooms; 5 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails with 8 footbridges; a playground; a lighted fishing pier; a fish-cleaning facility; and a two-lane boat ramp; and a Texas State Park Store.
Varieties of oak, hickory, pine, dogwood, redbud, and maple produce spectacular fall color. Popular fish include largemouth bass, catfish, and crappie. Rainbow trout are stocked at the park in the winter, read the winter trout stocking schedule for dates.
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