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Our Where in Texas? photo brought back memories for many readers. Devil's Waterhole at Inks Lake State Park has been popular with families for years. "This reminds me of my teenage years spending my summers camping with family and friends at Inks Lake State Park! I am now in my late 50s, and looking at this picture brings back wonderful childhood memories of when I used to partake in jumping from the very same rock," says reader Kelly Barclay.

Reader Vicky Shimp recognized the spot: "My favorite state park to camp, hike or paddle a canoe — Inks Lake!"

David Crail says he and his wife have been there many times with their children and no their grandchildren. "It is a 'must' place to visit for anyone that loves nature and Texas' great state parks," he says.

Photo by Chase Fountain.

TOOLS: Nikon D5 camera, Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, f/3.2 at 1/800th of a second, ISO 250.

Post-production work involved combining multiple images into a single image in Photoshop.


Our photo feature allows you to test your ability to identify Texas landscapes. See if YOU can become one of our "Texperts" by knowing five or more of our locations.

If you recognize this site, send us a note at Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744 (write “Where in Texas?” on the envelope); email us at magazine@tpwd.texas.gov; or let us know on Facebook. We’ll reveal the answer in a future issue.


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