Daingerfield SP is a very pretty, heavily wooded, small park consisting of 507 acres surrounding a beautiful 80 acre lake. The park has 58 total campsites with only 10 being big rig friendly pull-throughs. When you book with Texas Parks and Wildlife, you are guaranteed a type of site, but not a particular site. I booked a premium pull-through site in Big Pine camping area a week in advance. We arrived mid-week, mid-afternoon and found only one pull-through site available. Several of the 10 pull-through sites contained smaller travel trailers. I don't know how the park handles that. (Would they have asked one to move and give us spot if all had been full?) I had hoped for one of the five lakeside sites, but none were open. After hiking the lakeside trail, we saw that thick trees and brush obscured much of the view of the lake even from the lakeside sites. I thought the hiking trails could use some signs and some benches needed refurbishing, but we did enjoy the hiking. The one public restroom I was in was large and spotlessly clean. The rate was $25 per night, but there is also a $4 per person, per day entrance fee. It is a nice park, but we probably wouldn't go back. - jacksup1212
Love this campground. Need to book early if you have large rig as there are limited large sites. We have camped here many times and always love it. Camping under trees. Great camp fire areas when there is not a burn ban. Fire wood available at office. Exact nightly rate may be different as we use park pass with discounts and free nights. - User3717
We just purchased our 5th wheel after years of saving for a truck and a camper. We chose this campground as our first trip out, even though we hadn't ever been here before. We LOVED this campground. It was kept very clean (the bathrooms and the shower was very nice). We stayed in the "Big Pine" loop, which has 10 pull through spots that are very big. Our first night we stayed in spot #1 which was very private looking towards the woods and very close to the bathrooms. Our second night, most people left and we moved to spot #6 which is on the very end, lakeside, and very private. It has direct (private) access to the lake (I sat on a lawn chair next to my own private area of the lake) and also the 2.5 mile path around the lake. Our spot was surrounding mostly by fully mature pine trees and some deciduous trees (no leaves this time of year). It was a nice large site and best of all, we didn't have to level at all in spot #6! I was very impressed and happy with this campground. I wish it was closer to home so we could come on the weekends! - Cat Campers!