This park lies about an hour or so west of Fort Worth, Texas. In case you did not know, in Texas, distance between towns is measured in time. Lake Mineral Wells State Park (LMWSP) is carved out of a wooded area surrounding Lake Mineral Wells. This lake has been popular for recreation since it was originally formed in 1919.
The sites here are not all cookie-cutter sites. They vary in length and the way the tables and firepits are laid out. Some have access to the lake just a few steps away and others take a pretty good walk to get to the water.
They have plenty of thirty amp and 50 amps sites and some very long sites to accommodate even the largest of trailers or coaches.
The bathrooms and showers were clean and the little store by the boat ramp is one of the better stores I’ve found in a state park. The store also rents out canoes, kayaks, and paddle-boats.
If you get a chance to visit this park, try to get down to the dam and get a view of the lake from eye level while on a walk. The different perspective is pretty neat.
You’ll find plenty of opportunity to sit and watch deer while here as well as listen to listen to a watch lots of birds. This state park should be on your plans if you are in the area.
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