13,960-acre state park in the beautiful rugged Canyon lands of the Texas Panhandle. Featured in numerous magazines and publications.
Activities: Camping, mountain biking, hiking, equestrian, fishing, swimming, birding, scenic views, star gazing, photography, wildlife, guided tours, historic areas.
Biking: Mountain bike almost 85 miles of multi-use trails ranging from Level 3 in rugged terrain to trails with less than 3 percent grade. About 20 miles of the trails include cliffs, drop-offs, and steep climbs and descents.
Features: Texas State Bison Herd, Lake Theo, Historical marker for Folsom Bison Kill Site, Equestrian Stables, 30 miles of riding trails for horses, hiking and biking.
35 campsites with water and electricity, 40 tent sites, 12 equestrian camp sites, 2 areas for primitive hike-in camping.
Website: Complete park information at www.tpwd.state.tx.us/park/caprock
Directions: 3 miles north of Quitaque on FM 1065
Access: Public, Fee per person (ages 13 to 65) – see website above for fee amount