{Mineral Wells State Park}

On our way home from Strawn, we stopped in Mineral Wells to check out Lake Mineral Wells State Park. We had heard lots of great things about it. Side note - Nate and I love to drive through state parks to check them out! We like to see if it's somewhere we'd enjoy camping one day. Anyhow, the state park was kind enough to let us do a drive-through. 

The state park was gorgeous and looked like a fun place to spend some summer days/nights! We were impressed by the large swimming area. We will be adding it to our "places to camp" list. 

Mineral Wells State Park

Camping (campsites & screened shelters):

47 50-amp sites ($30 nightly)

30 30-amp sites ($24 nightly)

11 sites with water ($16 nightly)

20 Equestrian campsites ($16 nightly)

Primitive campsites ($10 nightly)

Screened Shelters ($36 nightly)

Things to Do:

On land - hike, bike, camp, ride your own horses, rock climb, geocache

On the water - fish, boat, swim (no lifeguards)

The park rents boats, kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, and rowboats. Fish in the lake includes; crappie, catfish, sunfish, and largemouth bass. There are over 12.8 miles of park trails for hiking as well as a 20 mile trailway. This state park also offers a wide range of kid's programs from wilderness survival to cowboy history. 

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