Lake Arrowhead State Park
Wichita Falls, Texas (Clay County)
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About the State Park
524-acre Lake Arrowhead State Park is situated on 14,390-acre Lake Arrowhead. The lakeshore is 106-miles-long, and outdoor recreation opportunities abound, including: bicycling, birding, boating, camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, nature study, picnicking, swimming and wildlife observation.
Five miles of hiking trails are available, as well as a 300-acre equestrian area for riders. For camping enthusiasts, numerous RV and primitive (tent) campsites, including several equestrian campsites, are offered. For family and group gatherings, the park offers a large pavilion and a smaller dining hall with full amenities.
Lake Arrowhead State Park also has boat ramps, a fishing pier, restrooms with showers, and even an 18-hole disc golf course. In addition to the State Park's boat ramps, the following ramps are available: Pawnee Point, Henrietta Bridge, Deer Creek and West Arrowhead Park.
LocationLocated 14 miles southeast of Wichita Falls (Clay County) on Lake Arrowhead. From Wichita Falls, follow US Highway 281 (US 281) south for 5 miles, then proceed east on FM 1954 for 8 miles to the park.
The nearest major Texas cities are: Dallas
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HoursOpen 7 days a week year-round from 8 AM to 10 PM for day use activities.
Check for restricted park access before any trip. When controlled public hunts are in progress, general access is not permitted.
FeesA park entrance fee is charged per day -- $3 per person for adults 13 years of age and older. (Texas residents age 65 or older pay only $2 per person.) NOTE: Listed fees may not be accurate year-round due to seasonal changes. Contact the park directly to confirm fees.
Campsite and other facility fees are in addition to the park entrance fee.
Note: Learn about the $60 Texas State Parks Pass which exempts passholders, and the passengers in their vehicle, from the entrance fees at all Texas State Parks.
Reserve Now for campsites or other park facilities.
Reservations can also be made by calling TPWD's Central Reservation System at (512)389-8900 from 9 AM to 8 PM Monday through Friday, 9 AM to noon on Saturdays.
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Official Contact Information
The State Park is managed by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.
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