Oasis on the High Plains

Within the dry and windswept high plains of the Texas Panhandle lies a hidden oasis, a welcoming haven where wildlife and humans find respite from the dry grasslands above. Through this plain, the Canadian River has cut dramatic 200-foot canyons, or breaks, where humans have eked out a living for over 13,000 years. Lake Meredith now occupies these hidden coves where early humans once roamed.


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Welcome to Lake Meredith

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Both mule deer and white-tail deer inhabit the park

2015-16 Hunting Seasons

Hunt for mule and white-tail deer, turkey, dove, quail, pheasant, teal, and "varmints." NPS and Texas hunting regulations apply.

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Walk in the footsteps of the Antelope Creek People, here over 500 years ago

Hit the Trail!

Get outdoors and enjoy the variety of plants, animals, and geological formations found in the park. Humans have survived here for over 13,000 years.

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Launch your boat at the Sanford-Yake boat ramp

Bring Your Boat

Boating is a popular family activity at Lake Meredith, and a fun way to cool off on hot summer days.

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McBride Canyon offers shady camping spots

Pitch Your Tent

Camping is free at Lake Meredith - choose from scenic overlooks, shoreline camping, and wooded campgrounds. No electricity is available.

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Off-roading at Rosita Flats

Ride Your Four-Wheeler

Blue Creek and Rosita Flats are set aside for all-terrain vehicle recreation. An OHV decal is required from Texas Parks & Wildlife.

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Miles of trails are available for horseback riding

Saddle Your Horse

Plum Creek and McBride Canyon have corrals and miles of dirt roads and riding trails. Horse groups host trail and endurance rides annually. BYOH.

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