On the northeast bank of Lake Charlotte, Cedar Hill Park is named for the large cedar trees throughout the park.
The park entrance is on the left just across from the Sherman family’s cemetery. A pavilion with tables, grills, and trash cans can accommodate large groups. Small groups may also use the individual covered and /or shaded picnic tables. Vaulted toilets are available for visitor convenience. Almost three miles of graveled trails with boardwalks out into the cypress swamp along the bank of Lake Charlotte are excellent for birding and small animal wildlife viewing. Bald eagles are known to fish from Lake Charlotte. The cypress swamps along the banks of Lake Charlotte are also excellent for paddling canoes and kayaks. A hand-launch area is located at the lakeshore side of the loop road in the park. A limited amount of primitive style camping is allowed at Cedar Hill Park. Please contact the Chambers County Commissioner’s Pct. 3 office at 281-576-2243 for permits and fee information.
Directions: To get to Cedar Hill from I-10 take the FM 563 exit and go north on FM 563 to Lake Charlotte Road. Turn left (west) onto Lake Charlotte Road. The park entrance is on the left just across from the Sherman family’s cemetery.