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Fairfield Lake State Park

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Address: RR 2 Box 912, Fairfield, TX 75840
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+1 903-389-4514

Beautiful park lined with dogwoods and dotted with fresh-water lakes: great...

Beautiful park lined with dogwoods and dotted with fresh-water lakes: great for fishing.

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It's an OK state park

Stated in the newly remolded campground and it was nice, level and clean. Campsites are reasonably spaced and restrooms/showers are ok. Not much for hiking but a few nature... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2017
Jeff M
Dallas, Texas
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Good old boy system. Locals get priority to all other guests. People walk through your site without asking. We had people from across walking to get to their boat they parked at our water site without ever asking. This seems to be a common occurrence that is widely accepted. If you value any sort of respect or privacy or don't... More 

1 Thank Princess A
Dallas, Texas
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Reviewed 24 February 2017

Stated in the newly remolded campground and it was nice, level and clean. Campsites are reasonably spaced and restrooms/showers are ok. Not much for hiking but a few nature trails. Lake is what I would call vary clean, absolutely full of fishermen and boats. Nice parks and boat ramps. Even the older campgrounds looked fine to me, lots of sites... More 

1 Thank Jeff M
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Reviewed 22 July 2016

So we get to the State park and they assign us a site , Unlike every other state park I have been to we got to pick our spot, They have over 130 camp sites that are empty. The after we set up camp we went to the swimming area and the water is way to hot to swim in... More 

1 Thank Lori P
San Antonio, Texas
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Reviewed 8 July 2016

As far as state parks go, this wasn't bad. We went camping over the Fourth of July weekend. Had some issues with neighboring campers using generators all night with bright lights and up all night until 3am talking and kids screaming and playing (quiet hours are 10pm-6am). Needless to say, I traveled 4 hours to experience peace and quiet and... More 

1 Thank wanderlust0417
Arlington, Texas
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Reviewed 5 June 2016 via mobile

We had a great time. We were looking for a quick weekend camping getaway. We decided to try Fairfield State Park and were very pleased. We camped in our RV in the Cooks Ferry Loop and saw lots of wildlife. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and hope to return soon.

3 Thank Jeff T
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Reviewed 17 May 2016

Camped here in a travel trailer. Could not reserve a site or have someone save a site even though we paid for the weekend. We were lucky to find a site as they let people just drive through and pick whatever site they want (after hours). Bathrooms were clean with nice hot showers but the shower head could take your... More 

1 Thank GidgetTexas
Fairfield, Texas
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Reviewed 6 April 2016

I live nearby and go out to the state park on occasion,first off,since the fish die offs several yrs in a row,the fishing is not good,they should be restocking this lake with fish like before,especially red fish. Need to build another couple of fishing piers also. Picnic areas need to be cleaned up better and grills replaced. Still,this is a... More 

1 Thank jrb642016
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Reviewed 18 March 2016

This is a great camping spot. The lake is shared with a power plant so the water is hot in the summer time. Some nice dual use trails for Mt Bikes or hikes. Be careful not to hit the deer when you drive in.

1 Thank Frederick W
Fairfield, Texas
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Reviewed 9 January 2016

would surely camp here and not be disappointed...restrooms were very clean and orderly..wmployees wer courteous and well informed of the facility..a showplace for TEXAS....

3 Thank charles b
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Reviewed 14 October 2015

WOW did we have a great time at the park. The first thing that happened was being greeted by the State Officer working at the office when we pulled in. He was overly nice and made us feel welcome as soon as we pulled in. The staff inside were considerate and understanding to everyone. The line was a little long... More 

2 Thank Eric W

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