• Lake Meredith National Recreation Area in the Panhandle of Texas

    Lake Meredith

    National Recreation Area Texas

Outdoor Activities

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Sunsets and sunrises are spectacular here in the Texas Panhandle. There are several overlooks where you can sit and watch Nature's coloring book unfold before you in the early morning or late evening.

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There is no fee to visit Lake Meredith, though boaters must purchase a permit. Many of the campgrounds offer picnic tables and shade shelters for those looking for a place to have a picnic. Spring Canyon, which is day use only, also includes picnic tables and has fishing and swimming.

SPRING CANYON (STILLING BASIN)
day use only--swimming, picnicking, fishing, birdwatching
This popular site is located west of the town of Sanford off FM 1319. Take the road heading down the northeast side of Sanford Dam. Picnic tables with shade shelters, grills and vault-evaporator toilets are available. Currently there is no drinking water or flush toilets available. While visiting the site please observe the park bulletin boards for additional park information including rules and regulations.

 
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Spring Canyon.
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Did You Know?

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Fish found in Lake Meredith include large and smallmouth bass, catfish, crappie, trout, and walleye. More...