2 Parks near Rusk, Texas
Rusk, Texas (map) | 903-683-3451
Sites: 71 | Latest Rate: $26.00 | 21 Reviews
Jul 2015 - $26.00
Full hookups gets you a campground spot with lots of shade. If you only want water and electric they put you in the Group section with some shady spots. - CharlieB
May 2015 - $28.00
Mostly shady, gravel sites.
We tried to get a reserved site for our motorhome that was towing a dolly and car and could not. Sites are "first come-first served" and are not assigned. This information should be posted on their website as big rigs and those towing cannot take the chance on not getting a site that we fit on. - Schneid811
May 2014 - $28.00
This campground is really nice, it is under the trees and close to the train depot. We arrived here on a Sunday afternoon in time to see the diesel train depart for Palestine and the steam train arrive back. On a weekday there isn't many campers. Our dog enjoyed a swim in the lake. - msunnergren
Jul 2015 - $43.00
Very long pull-thru, which was nice. No trees except around the edges. Pricey, as all KOA's seem to be, but not much competition. We would stay here again. - nancyj
May 2015 - $38.00
Deluxe Patio site had GREAT views of the sunset. LONG and LEVEL pull thru site easily accommodated our 38 foot motorhome, tow dolly, and car.
This is the only campground around RUSK that will guarantee you get a site for this size rig.
Close to the Texas State Railroad in Rusk to ride the diesel engine train thru the Piney Woods. We drove the extra 25 miles to the Palestine Depot to ride the Steam train round trip. A great 4 1/2 hour trip with a layover in Rusk for lunch.
Historic Nacogdoches is a short drive away. Don't miss the General Mercantile and Ole Time String Shop in Nacogdoches where they repair and tune string instruments.
KOA has a dedicated Rally space with 30 full hookups. The managers and go out of their way to make you feel welcome and answer any questions. - Schneid811
May 2015 - $32.00
Park is in very good condition and the staff are very friendly and helpful. A different lay out for a KOA and much improved. - MikeandNancy