Just finished another camping trip to Cagle Recreation Area in the Sam Houston National forest. It was pretty chilly in the beginning of March, but we camped during the week when all the weekenders had left, and there were only a handful of campers there. So peaceful and serene. Lots of clearly marked trails to hike. The campsites are so spacious, with full hookups. Our site was sloped a bit so had to use 9 leveling blocks. All sites have asphalt pads and are kept clean. The hosts gave us some firewood to make a fire in the pit, and we got to roast some hot dogs. Camped in Sycamore Loop, which is the campground loop closest to the boat ramp. Great views of Lake Conroe, and I'm told there is great fishing here. We walked miles and miles on the trails and just enjoyed the beauty. Saw a bald eagle, which was an awesome experience. The bathhouse was cleaned daily and was always well stocked. Sites are very large, so social distancing is no problem. Cagle is one of my favorite places to camp!