Every State Park

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Information for Texas


You can book same day and you can book up to 5 months in advance.

If you are staying for multiple days, look into the Texas State Park Pass program. Site booking is through Reserve America.


There is a camping fee and a separate per person daily entrance fee. Both can be paid when you reserve online. Check online for current rates.

Reviews for Texas

Parks we have visited and reviewed.

Palo Duro State Park



Palo Duro State Park

This park is home to the country's second largest canyon (the Grand Canyon of Texas). Explore the beautiful, colorful cliffs and history while driving, camping, hiking, biking and horseback riding. There are also more opportunities to discover in the heart of the Texas panhandle in nearby Amarillo.

By Bill Nalen