Cross Timbers State Park

Toronto Lake is currently at 919.17, with normal pool being 901.5.  17.67 feet of flood waters currently being stored.  The Holiday Hill campsites (12) are closed and underwater.  Boat ramps are underwater as well, however, launching from roadways is permitted, please do so safely.  Toronto Point, Mann's Cove, Blackjack campgrounds are not affected by flood waters.  Chautauqua Hills Trail is CLOSED due to high water. Utility reservable sites are full for the Memorial Day weekend, most primitive reservable sites are still open.  Reminder:  most of the parks utility sites are walk-in, or first come, first serve and are not reservable.

Be sure and check out our four rustic cabins. All of our cabins offer unique views and a quiet atmosphere. Sandstone Bluff and Whispering Oaks share a courtesy dock for boaters and fisherman, be sure to request one of the two if you have these needs. Reservations should be made early, weekends usually fill up six months ahead, they can be made through Please note there is no smoking or pets allowed inside, and NO TENTS allowed. Timber Walker in Toronto Point, is fully ADA, sleeps six, and has a larger living space than our other Cross Timbers cabins.

The Friends of Cross Timbers & Fall River State Parks contributes to special projects from funds produced from the camper convenience center. Funding from machines goes directly back to the group for projects in the parks. The purchase of these machines was made possible by the Friends Groups fundraising efforts. They are available in the campers Convenience center, hours are 9am to 7pm most days.

The Big Timbers playground is located in the Toronto Point area of the park. It is designed for children ages 5-12. There are slides, climbing, and swings for your youngster's enjoyment. A smaller additional playground is located in the Osage Plains Campground, where kids can enjoy a climber, and swings!

For cabin & campsite reservations go to:; or for information contact the park office between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. M-F at 620-637-2213.