|Facilities: Caddo Lake State Park has vault toilets, plenty of fresh drinking water, garbage, and even showers so come and relax.|
Best Time To Visit: Caddo Lake State Park is open year round but the best time to visit would be between the early spring and the late summer.
Fees: Caddo Lake State Park charges a fee to enter the main park and there may be fees for other places or activities in the area.
Accessibility: Caddo Lake State Park is completely handicapped accessible.
Rules: While at Caddo Lake State Park all pets must be on a leash and remember to clean up after yourself.
Directions: To get to Caddo Lake State Park from Tyler, take US-271 north. Take the ramp onto I-20 east. Take exit 604 toward Hallsville. Turn left at Farm to Market Road 450. Turn right at US-80 east/east Main Street. Continue to follow US-80 east. Turn left at Northeast End Bulevard. Turn right at TX-43 north. Turn right at Farm to Market Road 134/Farm to Market Road 2198. Take the 1st left onto Park Road 2. Destination will be on the right.
Map: Click here for a map to Caddo Lake State Park
Reservations: Caddo Lake State Park does not require or accept reservations but some other places or activities in the area might.