Toronto State Park is most commonly known as "Cross Timbers State Park," and it is located in the beautiful region of Woodson county. Whether you are looking to go mountain biking or if you are looking to hike around with your favorite friends and family, this park will supply you will all of your adventurous desires. This state park has been around for quite a while now, and it has been a favorite spot for past Native Americans.
It has also become known for fishing and camping as most visitors tend to participate in these activities when they come to Toronto State Park. When you visit this park, you will find many different amenities for your enjoyment. The many different shaded campsites have easy access to the main lake, RV hookups, bathroom facilities, and shower facilities.
You will also find availability for fishing, hiking, backpacking, wildlife viewing, mountain biking, photography, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, geocaching, and horseback riding. Dogs are also allowed at Toronto State Park, but they must stay on a six-foot-long leash by their owner's side. During your stay, you must follow the rules and regulations that are enforced by the state park region.
Dogs must be licensed, tagged, and vaccinated before they can enter the park, and female pooches in heat and young pups under four months old must remain back at home. Dogs must be well-mannered before they come to this park as Toronto State Park does not tolerate any aggressive behavior, and humans must clean up and watch over their dogs while they are here.
Humans should also bring water and dog bags for all of their fun adventures in this park. If you wish to camp, you must schedule a reservation. Reservations can be made online or in the park's main office. If you have a chance to visit Toronto State Park, you will have a wonderful time.