Fishing

Lake Limestone on the Navasota River 15 miles Southeast of Groesbeck.  Predominant fish include Large Mouth Bass, White Bass, Crappie, and Channel,Blue,and Flathead Catfish.
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Fort Parker State Park Lake is South of Mexia on Hwy 14.  Predominant fish include Channel and Blue Catfish, White Bass and Crappie.
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Camping

Fort Parker State Park Lake is located about 5 miles out of Groesbeck on Hwy 14, between Groesbeck and Mexia.


Lake Limestone Campgrounds and Marina is located off 39 near Farrar. For more information see website.
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Also at Lake Limestone is Running Branch Camp & Marina located off 937 near Oletha. For more information see website.
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Hunting

There are Rifle and Archery hunting seasons for White Tail Deer, Squirrel, upland and wetland game birds.
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Recreation

Recreation Areas


Lake Limestone
Lake Ft. Parker
Fort Parker State Park
Groesbeck City Park & Pool
Limestone County Fairgrounds
Groesbeck Civic Center

Floating & Canoeing

The Limestone Bluff's Paddling Trail covers about 5.3 miles of quiet water on the Navasota River from the Confederate Reunion Grounds to Fort Parker State Park.  The route is characterized by hardwood bottomlands and limestone bluffs, and wildlife such as waterfowl, beavers and white-tailed deer are commonly seen.
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Lake Limestone