We invite you to come to the beautiful Piney Woods of East Texas, near the shores of Lake Sam Rayburn camping! 300 acres of oak and pine forests along historical Mill Creek. Stay in one of our Deluxe Theme Lodges, Cottages, or Camping Cabins, that are all heated and cooled, or bring your RV. We also have Tenting any way you want it! We know you will enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, canoeing, paddle boating, bird watching, cooking out, riding your ATV, walking the trails, or just sitting around a campfire under the stars! First bundle of firewood is FREE! So is our WIFI! All our Lodges, Cottages, & Cabins have over 200 channels from Satellite TV. We welcome your pets and have a great barn for boarding your horses, so your four-legged friends can have fun too! Groups are welcome!
Our location is rich in history and offers you many opportunities to not only enjoy the largest lake in Texas or maybe take a beautiful drive thru the Angelina National Forest or Sabine National Forest. You should make plans for a day trip to our area towns that have numerous points of interest, including museums, historical court houses, homes and unique shopping and restaurants. Remember, we're OPEN YEAR ROUND, so make your reservation today! We look forward to meeting you soon!
If you want to escape the hot summer in Texas, I would recommend coming to Brookeland Campground because there is a beautiful lake nearby. My cousins and I took a trip to this campground to enjoy the lake, hiking and of course the outdoors. We brought a 6 person tent, and this fit comfortably in our campsite. There is also a fire ring and table within your site as well. There is only 1 bathroom within the campground, or at least what we could find. It was a porta-potty style, and smelt so bad. Not sure how often they clean it, but it was pretty bad (especially with the heat….made it worse!). Thankfully we came prepared and brought our own toilet paper, because by the 2nd night we were there, there was no toilet paper in the bathroom. We heard a few people complain about this. Although the bathroom was gross, the rest of the campground was pretty clean. There are dumpsters as you leave, so please make sure to clean up after yourselves. We enjoyed hiking in the morning, and then playing in the lake mid morning-afternoon. There were tons of people swimming, boating, tubing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. It was a blast, and perfect for the hot weather. Definitely bring bug spray because there were so many mosquitos near the campground. I left with a few pretty big welts. I would definitely come back to this campground! Recommend.