Bonham State Park is located in north Texas, northeast of Dallas, and is comprised of 261 acres of rolling prairies, scenic woodlands, and a 65-acre lake. The park has been in operation for 75 years and offers a variety of activities for visitors. It was originally created by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the early 1930s and opened to the public in 1936.
The park has plenty to offer visitors, from lakeside picnicking to fishing. There are 20 campsites, with options for tents, cabins, and full hookups. The park also offers group camping, with six sites suitable for groups of 50 people or more. There are also restrooms and showers available around the clock.
Hackberry Hollow Campground is also located within Bonham State Park. Located near the park’s lake, this campground is perfect for tent-campers. Each campsite offers a picnic table and water/electric hookup, and a nearby restroom. There is also a small gift shop at the park, and many activities are planned for groups.