1 Park near Daingerfield, Texas
Aug 2015 - $25.00
A beautiful peaceful setting. I don't think we would pay for the "lake" view again since only those campers directly next to it can really see it. We were across the street and the campers blocked our view. We would stay anywhere else in the park though as the sites were level, had full hookups and were so quiet and peaceful. The showers were large but no air conditioning to speak of. A bit warm in the summer. Just a lovely place though and we will definitely come back. - tb919
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Another beautiful CCC park built in the 30's. Campsites had a mix of paved and unpaved drives. Medium size rigs might have issues with some of the sites in the Mountain View and Dogwood Campgrounds and large rigs should stick to the Big Pine Campground. Bathrooms must have recently been rebuilt as they look brand new and were immaculate.
Nice swim area that we took advantage of. One complaint, the 30 amp socket was installed upside down in our campsite. - Ocotillo
Apr 2015 - $25.00
We stayed here for one night while heading west. Once we arrived It was so nice we would have stayed another night if there were space available. The Big Pine camping area really is big rig friendly. We were in a spot near the lake with a great view. The spot was nearly level on asphalt. The sites have a fire ring and aluminum picnic table. There are walking trails around the lake and from the camp sites to the swimming area. Due to the recent rain a couple of the sites were a bit muddy in places. We chose a site that was drier since we arrived early and most sites were still vacant. They assigned us a spot on check in and told us to call and let them know if we were in a different spot. We will definitely stay here again if in the area and will try to make it for more than one night. - Elf86