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Texas State Parks

USA Parks
Panhandle & Plains Region
Possum Kingdom State Park
Mockingbird ©
Walk on the Beach ©
P. O. Box 70
Caddo, Texas   76429

Phone: 940-549-1803
Reservations: 512-389-8900
Possum Kingdom State Park, west of Mineral Wells in Palo Pinto County, is 1528.7 acres adjacent to Possum Kingdom Lake. Some of the rock facilities at the park were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the early 1940s. The area was acquired by deed from the Brazos River Authority in 1940 and was opened to the public in 1950.
Nature of the Area
This park is located in the rugged canyon country of the Palo Pinto Mountains and Brazos River Valley, and is adjacent to Lake Possum Kingdom, 20,000 acres of the clearest, bluest water in the southwest. Numerous white-tailed deer make their home in the park. The Possum Kingdom Longhorns are on sabbatical roaming the rolling plains and woodlands of San Angelo State park while their home range is being rested and restored for their return in a few years.
The park has a privately operated store and marina. The store carries groceries, bait, tackle, miscellaneous camping supplies, firewood, and a large assortment of T-shirts, and souvenirs. The marina offers both motorized and non-motorized boat rental, covered slip rental, and a gas dock. Reservations are strongly recommended for motorized boat and slip rentals. Store hours vary with the seasons. Please call 940/549-5612 for boat or slip reservations.

Possum Kingdom State Park is located near Graham

Area Attractions
Some nearby points of interest are Fort Griffin State Historic Site, Ft. Richardson State Park, Historic Site & Lost Creek Reservoir State Trailway; Lake Mineral Wells State Park, Lake Arrowhead State Park, and Lake Brownwood State Parks.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
September 28 First time visitor by Jame Sea
This park is lovely. Having a level spot is essential in my van. Lots of shade, electricity, water, fire rings, picnic tables and showers in the bath! What more could you want. Entrance and 2 nights = $52.00
June 29 Great Place by Kathy
My family goes there every year and will continue to go back
June 18 After a drive thru,plans to return & rv by Bob & Mae
We rv and the spaces we saw were very well layed out and inviting,close to the water or woods and not a bad drive to location.
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Nearby Hotels

Take US Highway 180 to Caddo, then go 17 miles north on Park Road 33.


Texas State Parks