Catch a trophy bass, swim or relax in a furnished cabin at Oak
Thicket Park. The park on 2,000-acre Fayette Lake also has RV and tent
campsites, screened shelters, a large pavilion, picnic facilities,
hiking trails, a sandy beach, a playground, interpretive nature
exhibit and a boat ramp.
Oak Thicket Park offers eight
cabins. Three types of cabins are available for park guests.
Efficiencies sleep up to four people, the two-bedroom cabin will sleep
up to 6 and as many as 14 people can bunk down in each of the two
All cabins have heat and A/C, bed and bath linens, satellite TV,
coffee maker, small refrigerator, microwave and bathrooms. There are
also picnic tables, grills and campfire rings outside. The two-bedroom
and bunkhouse include their own kitchenettes for cooking indoors.
For campers with RV's, Oak Thicket Park offers 20 campsites with
water and electric hookups. Four of these sites have 50 amp electric
hookups for those larger RV's. For campers without their own RV, Oak
Thicket offers eight screened shelters with electricity, water,
ceiling fans, picnic table, grill and fire rings. There are 20
campsites with 30 or 50 amp electric hookups and water.
- Restrooms and showers
- Dump Station
- Boat ramp and dock
- Fishing pier
Fees: Entry to the park is $4 per person 14 and over and $3 for
those 65 and over. There are additional charges for camping and cabin
facilities. See fees
Reservations: Reservations for Oak Thicket facilities can be
made by calling Texas Parks and Wildlife Reservation Center at (512)
389-8900 more than 48 hours in advance. There is a $5 service charge
for LCRA reservations made through TPW. To make reservations less than
48 hours in advance, call the park at (979) 249-3504.
OR In LaGrange: