Went to Cleburne State Park over the weekend. Had a great time, good weather, relaxing, and nice scenery. I have been to Cleburne State Park a lot over the years, mostly mountain biking, but this is only my second time to ever camp there.
We camped in the Poplar Point area which IMO is the best place to camp (maybe not the most level). It is the only rv camp sites on the water. For those that aren't familiar with this park, it is one of the best campgrounds for an active family to stay at. It has a very good trail system (very very fun for experienced mountain bikers, not for novice riders) that covers a few miles. The lake is very clean, and has some nice fishing holes, and good swimming area. Nice play ground, and roomy camp sites. The only real complaint is the constant humming from the lime plant a mile or so away, but it's not loud, and isn't disturbing (more of a light back round noise).
Used our canoe to get around the lake, do some fishing, and take a short cut to the scenic over look and giant wash.
I am very familiar with the trails and since my wife is preggers, I took us on a short yet good hiking trail.