Well, let’s start from the beginning. This is a typical picture of the park road coming into and out of the State Park:
The Park has 2083.2 acres and a 210 acre lake named Lake Raven from the crow like birds that live there. The next three pictures are of the lake:
And over near the other shore is one of the fishermen spotted on the lake:
Speaking of fishing, here is one of several fishing piers on the lake. This is one of the old original ones:
Except for the lake, the entire park is coved in the rich East Texas forest, consisting of pine and hard woods.
And a turtle, the alligator’s favorite food, trying to stay warm in the sun.
And to prove that we were really there, here is my wife and one of our dogs, Gizzy.
The park has all types of camping areas, from tent camping to full RV hook-up and everything in between. These screened in shelters are one of the “in between” areas:
And of course there are picnic tables everywhere:
Enough roads, trails, and gentle hills to keep you in shape walking or riding a bike.
OK, “The Old Fat Man”, pay attention!! This would be a nice place for you to have too much fun. This sign reminded me of you: