The Tejas Nature Trail, an easy 1.2-mile hike, starts at the park and winds its way through a thick blanket of ash and juniper trees. For visitors looking for a more challenging trek, horseback riding and biking can be done on the 20-mile Lacy Point Hiking and Biking Trail.
The main lake shoreline has a large amount of submerged timber, which typically holds fish year-round. Anglers will find plenty of catfish, crappie, and largemouth bass as well as sunfish.
A boat ramp and dock help visitors enjoy the lake.
Reynolds Creek offers 51 spacious campsites, including 10 equestrian sites. Day-use picnic sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. Equestrian camping is available year-round and regular camping is available from April 1-September 30.