This park is great for family camping. There are some large, private campsites with easy access to the bathrooms (super clean) and dump station. We often had deer walking through our site in the morning and evening. Most of the trails are quite easy (kids can easily hike) and there are some fun geocaches to find. We fished at the... 更多
A great place to spend the weekend or a vacation. The staff are friendly and helpful/ The camp spots are clean a lot of them are shaded. One can see several l whitetail deer and other game animals.
We made a day trip to Fort Richardson State Park from Fort Worth, just over an hour away on the edge of Jacksboro. Although this park is more popular for the camp grounds, the old Fort Richardson museum is of special interest if you like to explore Texas history. The fort was only open about eleven years 1867 to 1878,... 更多
Had a fabulous fun-filled weekend at this park. Loved the historical buildings, geologic features, spacious campsites and friendly ranger staff. Probably best visited during cooler months, April was perfect timing.
My family of two toddlers, my husband, and I spent a two night weekend stay at this well maintained state Park. We were in a tent at site #10. We really enjoyed the short but really scenic hikes with our 3 and 5 year old. We took the lost nature trail and the rumbling spring trail. We also took the... 更多
We stopped by Fort Richardson State Park while visiting in this area. It was a Sunday afternoon and although the park was open, none of the historical buildings were open and therefore we did not get to see the historical exhibits. Although we did not camp here, we drove through the camping area to assess for future trips. The park... 更多
We have come here many many times and have always loved it! We had thought we should venture out further since this park is close to home because we had a full week allotted to camping, but I'm so glad we didn't! Each day we were able to plan a new fun adventure mixed in with relaxation times! Gorgeous weather... 更多