Toxic Lake! (...Just a Little Longer) at This Peaceful Texas State Park

At Lake Colorado City State Park, the blue-green algae is starting to dissipate, and the water quality is beginning to return to normal. This means dogs and humans alike will be able to resume water activities within a couple of weeks. Texas Parks and Wildlife does a great job protecting visitors and is very cautious when it comes to park safety. This well-maintained state park is the perfect place to take the family to enjoy the outdoors if you are ever between the cities of Abilene and Midland in the great state of Texas. Please follow our Newsbreak account Roadtrippin' with Takacs for more hiking, camping, and travel content.  If you have any questions, you can always reach us on Instagram: Jason’s Instagram: Alison’s Instagram:

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We are a family of hikers based in Dallas that love to travel frequently in our RV. We are on the road as often as possible and enjoy discovering alpine lakes, slot canyons, natural arches, and other interesting landforms all over the U.S. and sharing our adventures with everyone. When we explore our state of Texas, we always try discovering new local places the whole family will enjoy. If you like hiking, camping, and photography related content, please follow us!

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