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We were at Mill Pond site #64. Right on the water, it was really beautiful. I’d heard after heavy rains this campsite goes underwater.. something to keep an eye on. We didn’t have a kayak when we were camping but were able to rent one nearby and had a blast on the water. Didn’t see any gators…
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Pros: There is only one site right next to it... I don’t like being cramped between two sites
Trees for hammocks
Site is right on the water. I don’t kayak but I think you could easily get in the water from the site.
Lots of history at this park and some short, beautiful trails
Sites are perfectly level and concrete. Sites toward the front seem pretty close together, but sites further from the road are spread out more. Lots of permanent residents who seem to take pride in keeping their sites nice. The pool is tiny, but well maintained. Bathrooms are nice. While not…
Nice access to the lake. Campground hosts are very helpful, gate is locked at night so keep the email with the code if you want in late or out early. We got caught in a pop-up shower with the rain fly off lol but then again, that’s camping.
On our first trip to Arkansas, enjoyed our stay here. Stayed a couple of days acclimating 2 dogs to life in a rig. We experienced an issue with some equipment and the manager stepped in quickly and was able to provide a solution. Everyone we met there was very friendly and we loved sitting outside…
The management is incredibly rude and sexist. Promotes good old boy type of atmosphere and encourages inappropriate behavior. Unfriendly, uncooperative and will call you tasteless improper names when confronted.
Great spot! Clean bath houses, great lake for fishing and yaking. We enjoyed the trails and extra activities for the kids!
We stayed one night at Martin Creek Park in our travel trailer on our way to the next destination. Site 40 was wooded and very spacious. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring and ours had water and electric. There was a dump station available. The other reviewers mention the ants, but we…
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The park was beautiful & clean. Huge trees. The walk to the bathroom was a little far but the bathroom was new. The park rangers patrolled constantly. We were in Armadillo Run loop. It was Beautiful but traffic from the highway was pretty loud. We brought kayaks and drove to a nearby boat…
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Stayed at site 47. Great park. Another park that the CCC left its mark on. For a West Texas kid, Caddo feels otherworldly. Fun fishing, many big sites, decent bathrooms.
We loved the cabin, it made winter camping with kids do-able! Loved hiking and exploring! A ton of CCC history and beautiful bald cypress here!
Pretty cool play ground, trails to explore, covered picnic tables in the swim area, nice fishing piers. A really cool SP.
Caddo Lake State Park looked amazing in pictures—shaggy, mossy trees in the bayou ecosystem, spring greenery, shady campgrounds—so my two friends and I booked it. It’s actually a very nice state park. The bathrooms are immaculate and have soap and TP, the campgrounds have water and electricity for…
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Beautifully creepy with its Spanish moss covered trees all through the lake. Quiet and great trails for you and the doggies!
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Very quiet despite mostly long terms, lots of rules that keeps the campground clean, neat, and orderly. Not a great place for pets, walking area is rather small. Small stocked pond, fish were biting! Spaces are extra long, however made for a 5th wheel. If in class A with a tow, will have to unhook…