LBJ National Grasslands

Decatur, Texas

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When planning your next tent camping trip, the LBJ National Grassland is a nice surprise. While the name conjures visions of mile after mile of treeless expanse, the area is actually a huge park of trees, lakes, and rolling hills. The trail system covers more than 75 miles, including the 4.1-mile Cottonwood–Black Creek Hiking Trail, which connects the two main tent camping areas.
The Best in Tent Camping: Texas

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The Best in Tent Camping: Texas

by Wendel Withrow (Menasha Ridge Press)

When planning your next tent camping trip, the LBJ National Grassland is a nice surprise. While the name conjures visions of mile after mile of treeless expanse, the area is actually a huge park of trees, lakes, and rolling hills. The trail system covers more than 75 miles, including the 4.1-mile Cottonwood–Black Creek Hiking Trail, which connects the two main tent camping areas.

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Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Decatur
Campsites: 40 sites
Season: All year
Local Contacts: U.S. Forest Service
Driving Directions: Directions to LBJ National Grasslands

Recent Trail Reviews

4/7/2011
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The bridge to get the campsites is no longer there, you must take a boat across the lake to get to them. Plan accordingly. As far as I can tell there is no way to get to the campsites other than boat.



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