Atlanta State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Once the home of the Caddo Indians, this 1,475-acre remote park is known as “Nature’s best-kept secret in Northeast Texas.” Just a few miles from the town of Atlanta, Texas, and the Arkansas border, the entrance road is bordered by thick stands of pines and oaks, which make perfect shelter for the three major campgrounds.
Passing the headquarters, the cool breezes of fall and the trees beginning to change promise a rewarding camping experience as you turn left toward the Knights Bluﬀ camping area on your right. Make another immediate right for sites 1–8, which have water and electricity. These well-spaced sites have an occasional RV, but RV campers usually go toward sites 10–23 with full hookups and even a satellite dish or two."