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Walleye Park is a comfortable and lovely park in Mt. Vernon on Lake Cypress Springs - one of the most beautiful lakes in Texas. The sites border the edges of a peninsula so every site has water access and share a dock with the neighboring site. Some are on open water and some in a cove. The…
We were the only ones crazy enough to go in December but it was great! Beautiful views and great fishing and were able to cook out and go geocaching.
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Cooper Lake feels secluded. Lots of trees with a beautiful lake and well maintained hiking trails. It’s close enough to the Dallas area to be convenient, but never feels crowded.
Our family of 4 stayed for a month while we were waiting for camper repairs. They have Karaoke across the street every Friday and live music every Saturday. Sites that back right up to great water views and access to fishing. Sandy spots to swim from at various entry points. Friendly people and…
Nice campground I just wish more of there spots were full hookup.
Seems to be the newer (or newly renovated unit) with a ton of camping options! Sits seemed close together but sections were really spread out! Enjoyed the inner-active trail and the fishing pier at the day use area! Really cool playground area bear the swimming area.
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The older of the two units, buildings were still in good shape, the trails were good, a lot of deer to be seen! Best SP store Ive ever been too. I cant wait to go back!
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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…
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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.
Site 69 will take a 45’ motor coach. We have camped several times here but this time the water pressure was a joke. Very few campers. We had to use onboard water pump for everything.
We were here in early December, so the campground wasn't very busy. We liked our site, pretty spacious with views of the water. The ranger said this loop is the quieter, less busy side of Cooper Lake. Easy, short hiking trails. Playground & a swimming beach. I imagine this would be a fun,…
This park was beautiful. We stayed at campsite 8 in the bright star loop and it was one of the best campsites I've stayed in. It was spacious and felt very private even though we knew there were other campsites close by. The site was also pretty level. We only stayed one night because we were just…
This was the first stop on the our trip. We spent today’s here and wis we could have stayed longer. The park is well kept and very quit and relaxing.
A little cramped with the space between campers but the “backyards” for each lake view site makes up for it and it was a beautiful view, lots of space for the kids to play. Really enjoyed our weekend. Nature trail could be better marked haha.
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This is the best Free camping ground that I have been in, travel south for winter and drive about 200 miles every couple days. This park has been the best, stayed here 4 days because so beautiful,has everything, swimming, fishing, bait shop, privacy, shade, sun, electricity if needed, motel room if…