Eisenhower State Park Rock Climbing
there is some neat stuff out here, a lot of it is ...
Right on Lake Texoma off of Hwy 75 just before Oklahoma. It's a crazy mix of Limestone and Sandstone. It's a tricky place because the rock breaks really easy so you really have to check your routes to be safe. Mostly a Bouldering area. They are developing and making a guide at the moment with 180 plus problems. The landings are very rocky and uneven suggest a large pad.
Hwy 75 north to Denison TX, Exit for Lake Texoma Dam at exit 71. Go left, When you get to the dam turn right across the spillway and stay straight till you reach Esinhower State Park. 5 dollar entry and the rangers are cool with climbing as long as you have a crash pad!
Climbing Season For the All Locations area.
Weather station 2.2 miles from here
14 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',7],['1 Star',4],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Eisenhower State Park
ROR V3 6A Texas
: Eisenhower State Park
: ... : CAB boulder
remind yourself just how small of holds you need to climb a vertical face with this problem. Climb the face 5 feet to the left of the tall arete. Watch out, you'll be topping out above the pile of rock on your left, a fall would definitely result in a twisted ankle. start on 2 good holds and good feet, then make 2 static movements onto a slopey crimp then a very small horn with a thumb catch. top out slightly left above the rock pile....[more] Browse More Classics in Texas
From: Denton, TX
May 21, 2015
I recommend picking up the Eisenhower State Park - Bouldering guide by Matt Dendy and Eric Davies.
It is very well put together and can be found at the Summit Climbing Gyms as well as Canyons Rock Climbing Gym in Frisco. It costs about $20. Support your local climbing scene!
By Jake G
From: The Great State of Arizona
Dec 17, 2015
Use this site to check the water level at Lake Texoma before driving out there to find all your precious boulders underwater.
By Laura Mcgee
May 27, 2016
As of May 15 2016 the lake levels (lake Texoma) was still high, and some areas of the park are still not accessible.
I attend school in the area (Austin College) and frequently visit the park.