Daingerfield State Park, Texas

I’m in Paradise! It is January 31st and I’m sitting in my outdoor recliner, in my campsite, in a t-shirt and capris, adoring the view of the lake and trees only steps in front of me. We’re in the premium loop which only consists of 10 sites, pull through, near the water, with full hook ups and no one else is here but us! Peace, quiet, and nature at it’s finest; who could ask for more?

The swim area at Daingerfield State Park
The swim area at Daingerfield State Park

This gorgeous campground has a beautiful swim and picnic area. It also has canoe’s and paddleboats for rent. There are a few wonderful trails through lovely woods, and one that circumnavigates the lake. There is a little gift and snack shop in the picnic area ( which was not open during our stay). There are three more campground loops, of which one more has full hook ups but does not accommodate large rigs.

Oma chilling at the campsite
Oma and Coda chilling at the campsite

This is a beautiful place and I hope to return for a longer stay someday!

Boats for rent (during the weekend and high season) and the dock
Boats for rent (during the weekend and high season) and the dock

 

4 thoughts on “Daingerfield State Park, Texas”

  1. What a beautiful spot! No wonder you want to return for a longer stay! I would, too. Reminds me a bit of some places we’ve camped in the northern states, but not in January!

    1. This was a truly beautiful spot. They had many electric and water sites as well. It was fantastic. The northeast Texas area has many beautiful state parks with lakes and developed campgrounds I’m looking forward to explore more. Also, Texas has it’s own yearly park pass which is worth investing in if you are going to spend time in their parks.

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