Caddo lake is something everyone should see. The lake is full of old (400-800 years old) Cypress trees with Spanish moss hanging down. Takes your breath away. Definitely take a boat tour of the lake and eat lunch at the marine cafe in Uncertain. This is our favorite park so far.
My wife and I visited Caddo Lake state park on Nov.15-16,2016. A 2-3 hr. drive east of Dallas. Very rustic, tranquil, peaceful, and natural. Hiking trails, canoe rentals, fishing, camping , and relaxing. Remote with unique and a swamp setting/ scenery. No cell phone service, no food, concessions, or crowds. We were disappointed in our cabin. No refrigerator, stove, t.v.... 更多
Our favorite spot for camping or staying in the cabins. Been coming here for years and loving every trip. Caddo Lake is a unique place in Texas, more like the Deep South than the Texas most people picture from movies and TV.
Just returned from a wonderful camping weekend at this State Park. We camped in an RV in the Woodpecker Hollow Loop. The sites were very nice and clean and the hiking was awesome. Lots to do in this part of East Texas. We will be return visitors to this park.
The park is beautiful, staff friendly and very passionate but the canoeing was above and beyond! Being on the lake at sunset took my breathe away, I took numerous pictures and not one was a bad shot. Crossed off my bucket list but will be coming back again and again.
Fantastic place. The bald cypress are gorgeous. This is a hidden Texas gem; everyone should visit. Bring a canoe or boat, or rent one and get out on the water. Drive over to Uncertain (4 miles) and put in at Shady Glade or Johnson's and take some of the well marked paddle trails into the swamp. What a great outing!... 更多
We recently spent 4 days camping at Caddo Lake State Park. It i the second oldest state park in Texas and was built by the CCC in the 30's. The access to the camp sites is by a steep and winding narrow road. If you are pulling a 35 foot fifth wheel, you might want to choose another park. The... 更多
Just dropped in to check the place out for future trip. Very lush and green with tall pines and some cypress along the water. The visitor center had friendly helpful staff and had a nice exhibit with some interactive displays and information about the animals and history of the area and park.
We stayed the weekend in cabin 9 in the state park. The cabin was comfortable, with A/C and a kitchenette. A hiking trail was directly across the road from our cabin and swing sets for our 3 and 5 year old were a short walk down the road.