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I arrived after a storm hit the area and had to wait until the park team cleared downed trees from the park roads. They did an efficient job. Stayed in Squirrel Haven campground with 30 amp and water hookups. Site 44 was level. There’s a good amount of space and cover between campsites. Dump…
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A Texas C.C.C. state park in east Texas on Caddo Lake. Beautiful sites and canoe rentals for the old mill pond. Tent sites, RV sites and shelters along with cabins.
Pulled into campground after hours. Owners had the welcome packet waiting on us with directions to the campsite. Loved that the facilities were secure. Campground is in a quiet area with no road noise. Property was very clean.
The pool was closed the whole time we were there. I could understand a day, but they just kept trying to fix it themselves instead of getting a professional. We stayed here for the pool so, at$55 bucks for grass and gravel and no pool, we were not impressed. The women's toilets were new and clean,…
Free spot with beautiful Lake views. Perfect spot to watch the sunset/rise
Bumpy road, hard to navigate at night.
I had a business trip and she Louisiana and they treated me very well I would definitely recommend it￼
Here to visit family in the area, good central location. Close to Walmart, home depot and other shops.
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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This COE campground is part of Lake O' The Pines right outside the historic town of Jefferson, TX. Our site had 180 degree views of the beautiful lake and sat amongst tall pines. The sites are a nice distance from the others and fairly level. Electric and water hookups were on site and a dump…
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
Our stay here was great! We had fun fishing, boating, geocaching, cooking out and more. Grounds are in good shape and fishing is good.
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Spur of moment trip to just get away. Fwel lucky to find. Nice, clean, friendly, concrete backin spaces, big, shady, quite, wildlife roaming, friendly staff, no sewage but dump station, showers dated but hot water and clean. Swimming, gated, need pass, boating, playground. Close to historic , I'm…
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This is a nice, relatively secluded campsite on the Sabine River / Toledo Bend Reservoir area. Access is easy as it is a mix of hard packed gravel and paved roads, with designated parking for each campsite. Sites are well designed with grills, fire pits, and ample flat space for tents. The bugs…
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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…
Overnight stay at this park on our way home from Galveston. $12 for full hookups. $6 for primitive. We paid for full hookups since the primitive area was overgrown and VERY primitive. We were able to just pull in and find a lovely, level, shady spot. We had electricity and a covered pavilion, but…
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