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Village Creek State Park

Village Creek State Park PO Box 8565
Lumberton TX 77657

Welcome to Village Creek State Park

Village Creek State Park is in the Pineywoods Region of eastern Texas in the Hardin County community of Lumberton. The park opened in 1994, it is heavily forested and 1,090 acres (440 ha) in size. The park is named for Village Creek, a clean sand bottomed free flowing tributary to the Neches River.

The forested area features cypress swamps including bald cypress, water tupelo, river birch, mayhaw and yaupon holly trees. Wildlife includes snapping turtle, white tail deer, diamond back water snake and opossum. Fishing includes channel catfish, bass, perch, crappie, bluegill and panfish.

Overnight Features

  • 25 Water-electric campsites
  • 16 Walk-in tent campsites
  • Restroom with showers
  • RV dump station
  • An eight person cabin
  • Group primitive camping area

Day Use Features

  • Picnic area
  • Group picnic pavilion
  • Children's playground
  • Canoe launch with access to 40 miles of flat water canoe float stream.
  • Hiking trails totaling 10 miles. Bicycles are allowed on most trails.
  • An unsupervised swimming beach, (at the end of a 1.0 mile  hike.)

Activities include camping, picnicking, swimming (1 mile hike to sandbar swimming area), hiking, fishing, nature study, and bird watching.

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