Atlanta State Park is located in central Cass County and is approximately 10 miles northwest of Atlanta, Texas. The park is 1,475 acres in size and is set in pine forests adjacent to the Wright Patman Dam and Lake. The property was acquired by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1954. The property provides public hunting opportunity for white-tailed deer each fall.
The Atlanta park is closed to visitors during public hunts and the entrance fee is waived for hunt participants as long as they paid their draw permit fee. Hunters may use park camping facilities for which the standard camping fee is charged. Call the park headquarters at 903-796-6476 for further information on public hunting at Atlanta State Park.
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