Texas State Parks

Bastrop State Park

Bastrop, Texas

Copperas Creek Camping Area
Copperas Creek Camping Area
Cabin Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. (CCC)
Cabin Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. (CCC)
Piney Hill Camping Area
Piney Hill Camping Area
My Travel Trailer at Piney Hill Camping Area
My Travel Trailer at Piney Hill Camping Area

Located in a forest of lob lolly pines and hard woods, Bastrop State Park has a variety of camping options. When I was there in February the Copperas Creek Camp ground was full of families with children. This camp ground is under a full umbrella for trees and everyone looked like they were having a great time.

We were camped in the Piney Hill Camping Area. The trees are not as thick and WI-FI though weak is available and I didn't have any trouble hitting a satellite with my dish.

The area around Bastrop is an island of pine trees a full 80 miles from the pine forest of east Texas. There is a great park road that goes to near by Buescher State Park. It is a roller coast road going through tunnels of trees and is a favorite of drivers and bicyclist. Buescher State Park also offers some great camp sites.

Did I mention that Bastrop State Park also has a golf course? Also right outside the Park entrance is a great Texas burger joint, The Road House.

The City of Bastrop is a great place for shopping, gawking and people watching.

Bastrop State Park, a great place to spend a week or a weekend.

Camping Facilities

  • Piney Hill Camping Area - 25 Campsites (Water/Elect/Sewer)

  • Deer Run Camping Area - 16 Tent Sites

  • Creekside Camping Area - 7 Tent Sites

  • Copperas Creek Camping Area - 29 Campsites (Water/Elect/Sewer)

  • Pioneer Village Cabin Area - 12 Cabins

Resources:

Bastrop State Park

Buescher State Park

Texas Parks and Wildlife

The Roadhouse - Bastrop, Texas