|Inks Lake State Park|
Devil's Waterhole in Inks Lake State Park
|Location||Burnet County, Texas|
INKS LAKE STATE PARK Latitude and Longitude:
|Area||1,201 acres (486 ha)|
|Governing body||Texas Parks and Wildlife Department|
Inks Lake State Park is a state park located in Burnet County, Texas, United States, next to Inks Lake on the Colorado River. The landscape of the park is hilly, with many cedar, live oak, prickly pear cacti, and yuccas. The ground is rocky, mainly consisting of gneiss rock.
Devil's Waterhole is a small extension of Inks Lake, which is almost completely surrounded by rock. A canoe tour is conducted at Devil's Waterhole, and although diving and swimming may be done at the waterhole, it is at one's own risk, without a lifeguard.
- Reese, Joseph F., et al., Mesoproterozoic chronostratigraphy of the southeastern Llano uplift, central Texas, Geological Society of America Bulletin 2000;112;278-291
- Inks Lake State Park from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department website. January 8, 2006.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Inks Lake State Park from the USGS website. January 17, 2006.
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