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Purtis Creek State Park

United States


Brochure InfoFor further information about this park, Click hereKey InfoIf your plans change, please modify or cancel your reservation as soon as possible to allow someone else to enjoy the park. DAY USE FEE: $5 per day, per person 13 and older. OFFICE AND GATE INFORMATION: Gate is open from 6am to 10pm. Office Hours: Weekdays and weekends 8:15am to 4:30pm Walk up window will be open until 15 minutes after office doors close. SWIMMING: Swimming allowed in designated area during daylight hours only (reservations are not required). FISHING: Fishing for largemouth bass over 16 inches is catch & release only. Catfish, crappie, bluegill and sand bass can be retained. Frozen bait and live worms available at park store. Only 50 motorized boats are allowed on the lake at a time (first come, first served). After park closing hours, non-camping park users may stay overnight on the lake by paying a $2 per night activity use fee per person in the office before closing or in the self-pay station before 10 pm. (Activity fee expires at 6am regardless of when time it was paid). The Activity use fee is for lake use only as the park observes quiet hours after 10 pm. PARK PHONE NUMBER: 903-425-2332Important Information for Daily EntranceDirectionFrom Dallas: Take Hwy 175 South 60 miles to Eustace. Turn left on FM 316 N, go North for 3.2 miles to the Park. Entrance on the left. From Austin/San Antonio: Take I-35 North to 84 East. Go about 5 miles to Hwy 31 North to Athens. Take 175 North to Eustace. Turn right on FM 316 (North) for 3.2 miles to the Park. Entrance on the left.Booking Window Product InfoFee Cancellation DescNo-shows: If you do not check in at the park by noon of the day after your scheduled arrival date, we will cancel the rest of your reservation. Your entrance fees will be refunded, but all other fees will be forfeited. If you think you will arrive after the noon cutoff, call the park or the Customer Service Center to avoid cancellation.

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