There are a lot of state parks to choose from in Texas. I have stayed at a few, I always find that there are clean and I have a great stay. Kerrville State Park is one park I have been to several times. The screened shelters are great, they have electric, water with a table. Even when its hot during the day, at night its cooler. There is a grocery store and plenty of fast food, other restaurants near by. Blanco State Park is beautiful with the waterfall. It also has screened shelters, RV and campsites. There a few nearby stores and restaurants. You can fish along the river. Guadalupe River State Park is a nice park on the river that you can camp, hike, swim, ride bikes and horses. They even loan you fishing gear. They have plenty of campsites all with water and electric. There is a convenient store with firewood. Inks Lake State Park offers family fun on water and land. Its located northwest of Austin. There are screened shelters, RV and campsites. Your can rent paddle boats or kayaks. There are 2 fishing piers. There is a park store. Hike the small canyon and take a swim in Devil’s waterhole. Garner State Park is located in Concan along the Frio River. It’s a slow moving river that is great for kids to tube on. There are paddle boats, canoes, inter-tubes for river usage with a shuttle. For overnight camping they offer screened shelters, furnished cabins with linen and towels. Its really nice for group stays. The park sale meals and snacks. In the summer time they have evening jukebox dancing. Enjoy you stay!! For information on Texas State Parks you can call 512-389-8900 or www.tpwd.texas.gov.