Enjoy 19,000 acres of clear, deep water to play in and plenty of places to launch and park your boat. The picturesque cliffs and 310 miles of shoreline offer shelter from the Texas winds for skiing, snorkeling, tubing, wakeboarding and more. At the same time, there is plenty of open water for sailing and catching air on a personal watercraft. The park is located in the rugged canyon country of the Palo Pinto Mountains and Brazos River Valley. It is adjacent to Possum Kingdom Lake, with 20,000 acres of clear, blue water. Possum Kingdom State Park also offers hiking, biking, nature study, and fishing. Watercraft rentals are available at nearby marinas.
Possum Kingdom State Park offers a wide variety of overnight lodging besides camping, but if you’re a camper, choose one of our water and electricity sites, water-only sites, or primitive walk-in sites.
If you prefer the cabin life, the park provides air-conditioned cabins at reasonable rates.