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Spring Break Fun At Daingerfield State Park

 

 

Daingerfield, TX – Where is the best place to come for Spring Break fun? Right here at Daingerfield State Park! We have a week full of fun family activities planned to start Saturday (Mar 10) through Saturday (Mar 17). There will be four rangers leading hikes along our trails ranging from easy for beginners to long for more experienced hikers.
Don’t forget to get in on a variety of wildlife programs and games, kayaking, and geocaching, among others. If history is what you like, try our Old Time Stories and Butter Making or Topography Hike that tells a little about the Civilian Conservation Corps too. Also, for night owls, experience nightlife in the park with one of our evening programs, including campfire stories, nighttime fishing, and even a karaoke dance! Wrapping up both weeks, join us for a dance and music from a vintage jukebox at our historic pavilion both Saturday evenings from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

Park entrance fees are $4 for adults with kids 12 and under always free. Senior Texans 65 or older will only pay $2 to enter the park daily with a Bluebonnet Pass. Unlimited park entrances for you and everyone in your vehicle comes with the purchase of a Texas State Park Annual Pass for $70 which is good for 12 months.

For more information, visit our website, Facebook page or call Daingerfield State Park’s Headquarters at 903-645-2921. Space may be limited so arrive early for the program of your choice.

Spring Break 2018 Schedule

Saturday, March 10
10am – Skins, Skulls, & Tracks (Meet at Boat House)
2pm – Hike Around the Lake (Meet at Pavilion)
8pm to 10pm – “Dance the Night Away” Dance (Meet at Pavilion)

Sunday, March 11
10am – Fish with a Ranger (Meet at Boat House)
1pm – Survival Games (Meet at Amphitheater)
2pm – Read with a Ranger (Meet at Amphitheater)

Monday, March 12
9am – Off the Beaten Path (6+ mile hike) (Meet at Pavilion)
3pm – Campfire Cooking Demo (Meet at Amphitheater)

Tuesday, March 13
10am – Old Time Story & Butter Making (Meet at Pavilion)
2pm – Art in the Park (Meet at Boat House)
8pm – Fishing in the Dark (Meet at Boat House)

Wednesday, March 14
10am – Turtle Talk w/ Craft (Meet at Boat House)
2pm – Kayaking 101 (Meet at Boat House)

Thursday, March 15
10:30am – Mayapple Madness Hike (Meet at Pavilion)
2pm – Campfire Safety (Meet at Boat House)
8pm – Campfire Stories & Marshmallows (Meet at Amphitheater)

Friday, March 16
10am – Art in the Park (Meet at Boat House)
1pm – Driving Me Batty (program about bats) (Meet at Boat House)
2pm – Topography Hike (Meet at Pavilion)
8pm – Karaoke (Meet at Pavilion)

Saturday, March 17
9:30am – Geocaching (Meet at Pavilion)
1pm – Kayaking 101 (Meet at Boat House)
2pm – Underwater Discovery (Meet at Boat House
8pm to 10pm – “Dance the Night Away” Dance (Meet at Pavilion)