Paradise Found!

This is the sign to the park.
User: Lone_Star - 5/5/2013

Location: Palmetto State Park

Rating:
Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 6.60 Miles  Elapsed Time: 2 hours, 14 minutes

Comments:

If Bastrop State Park is Paradise Lost, then Palmetto State Park is Paradise Found.

This small state park is a little, lush garden dense with Palmettos.  There are numerous trails that form a "tangled mess", but each trail is nice in its own way.  They are well-marked and easy to follow if you use the trail map provided by the Park HQs.

The park itself has numerous amenities, including a nice lake where you can swim, fish, or boat, making it a great place to take family and friends.  The camp sites here are primo.  There is a scenic walk over the San Marcos River.



Log Photos
Entrance Sign
Water Sports
San Marcos River
Water Tower
Palmettos
Scenic Rest Areas
Built By The CCC
Excellent Signage
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