This was our first trip of 2012, and it was a last minute decision just so that we could go somewhere fairly close to home (about 1 hr away). This state park is primarily known for great fishing because the state park is on a 25,670 acre reservoir. It does not have a reputation for much else though. We are not big on fishing, we like it but we are more the type just to be happy fishing, we no doubt use the wrong type of bait or lures for the type of place we are fishing at but we don't care because we have fun anyway. So we didn't expect much on this trip since the parks notoriety is serious fishing, like parking lots full of $30k fishing boats with matching trailers kind of fishing. So much for reputations. There are 2 miles of easy hiking trails, a 1 mile bird watching trail, tennis courts, volleyball court, full basketball court, and wildlife education center just to name a few things. Our campsite was level, all electric sites have 50amp & 30amp hookups, covered picnic tables, lamp post to hang your lantern, and a fire ring with grill. The sites were well spaced apart, and we had a great waterview since we stayed on a waterside site. The bathhouse was a little rundown on the inside, but it was clean. Here is some of the wildlife we saw in the park: Deer Javelina Turkey Vultures Armadillo Rabbits Bats Blue Indigo snake (about 8 ft long) Cardinals Green Jays Falcons Wild Turkeys Turtles Owl Snowy Egret Blue Heron Great Egret White Ibis We had a great time, and because this was one of the very few state parks in TX that is not in a county currently under a burn ban, we were allowed to have a campfire for the first time in about 8 months !! Almost all TX state parks have had burn bans for at least the last 6 - 8 months, so having a campfire was a big deal for us since we go camping once a month. This park really has a lot more to do and see other than just fishing.