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We've stayed here at Cooper Lake several times, and always enjoyed our stay. This is the first time we stayed in the Doctor Unit. The views are mostly wooded with some peak-through areas of the lake. We came after Spring break and before the Summer crazy, Sunday through Wednesday. So there aren't many campers at this time. The sites are clean and spacious, paved roads to ride bikes on, and RV pads, no sewer hook ups at the site, but has electric and water, and a dump station; they are well spaced, a little dated, but overall gives you the chance to lay low and get away from the big loud throngs of the masses! There is a nice day use area and restrooms available, although we didn't use either! Reservations required. Of course, summer may be a whole other can of worms with kids everywhere! 😉 We didn't fish or boat on this trip, but we hear both are good here! There are several trails that looked good, but we didn't use them this time. Most folks with pets adhere to the leash rules, but there's always someone who won't. Thumbs up for a nice place to camp!
We tent camped here in April. We got here in the dark and it was hard to find a a spot but when we woke up the next morning we had a great view of the lake. The bathroom near the office was newer and had showers that you need quarters to use. Also had an old school playground but the kids had fun. We took a hike around part of the lake but the trail was pretty much unmarked.
We stayed a couple of nights in our travel trailer at a spot in the Bust Campground. The campground we stayed in was very nice with easy access to the water. I could also tell that some camping spots were upgraded for ADA compliance, which looked spacious and neat. The lake is pretty small but there is nice for fishers and there is a swim area in walking distance from the campground. The restrooms and showers were also in walking distance. However, there was some trash and old tires by the lake behind our camp spot.
We stayed in G4 in a 42 ft fifth wheel. Sat worked great as there are no trees blocking Dish. T Mobile was 5 bars 4g lte. Sites have 30 amp, picnic table, fish cleaning table and water. Make sure you come with lots of water hose, i needed about 60 feet. Our site backs in sideways and offers a fantastic view from the inside. There is a dump station on the way out that is too tight for my rig. I will dump my gray/black somewhere else. The are a few full hookups with 30/50 amps in H section at the top of the hill. There are some 50 amp on the lake in section H but they do not have sewer. All sites are by reservation only at this time. The sites are mostly level but vary greatly once away fron the pad, it is a lake so expect some hills.
Burns Run West is a nice camp ground on the Oklahoma side of Texoma. The bathrooms could use a little attention (still cleaner than some places!) and our site was missing the fire ring, other than that it wasn’t terrible. The sites are a little too close to each other for our taste so you can hear all the conversations of the neighboring sites. BUT our site has a quick access to the nice sanding beach of the lake which looks pretty amazing for a hot summer day ❤️. Still a nice quick getaway!
clean quiet campground beside Hugo lake stayed in C07 for two weeks concrete pads covered table, grill and fire pit. with access to a shower house with clean individual shower toilet combos
Bonham is a small but uncrowded park. Lovely and clean fresh water lake. Tent campsites are well sheltered by trees. Big grassy group campsite area that looked inviting. Lots of biking/hiking trails. Nature is always a blessing but the landscape here is just your average Texas.
This place is awesome, quiet, The they have two different trails to walk on. The RV spaces are further apart than your average RV Park. What really sets this place apart is the Managers, They go out of their way to treat you like you are welcome. I will be going back.