Daingerfield State Park
Things to Do
The park offers picnicking; camping; boating (5 mph speed limit); fishing; swimming in an unsupervised swimming area; hiking; and nature study. Tours may be arranged by special request.
The park features more than $5 million in recent renovations and upgrades. For more information on the new facilities, check our Fees & Facilities or contact the park directly. Also read the June 20, 2011 news release, ""
The park rents paddle boats, canoes, kayaks (single and tandem), hydro bikes and flat bottom boats. Personal flotation and paddles are included.
The park offers a variety of educational opportunities; check the calendar for upcoming events or contact the park for special tours.
Get more information on the Civilian Conservation Corps, which helped develop this park and numerous others over 70 years ago, by visiting our CCC page that includes the interactive online exhibits and education resource, “The Look of Nature: Designing Texas State Parks During the Great Depression” and “A New Deal for Texas Parks."
Ask about the Junior Ranger Explorer Packs available for free checkout at the park!
Nearby attractions include Lake Bob Sandlin State Park; Atlanta State Park; Caddo Lake State Park; Starr Family Home State Historic Site; Morris County Museum; Wildflower Trails the third weekend in April; Jefferson Historical Pilgrimage and Mardi Gras Jefferson in February; and the Daingerfield Fall Fest in Daingerfield on the second weekend in October.