Mid Lake Campground

3636 Palo Gaucho Xing
Hemphill, Texas 75948


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RV Park and Cabins centrally located on Toledo Bend perfect for you next family or fishing getaway. We have:
• Free Wi-Fi
• Boat Ramp
• Covered Boat Slip rentals (with electricity)
• Fish Cleaning station
• Kayak rentals
• Swimming platform
• On-site convenience store with snacks, drinks, ice, beer, and basic tackle,
gas (including non-ethanol)
• Excellent Crappie fishing right below our dock.

RV SITES include 30/50 amp power, water/sewer, Fire ring with Grill, Picnic table.
• Standard site $40 / day -Pull through
• Waterview site $50 / day -Pull Through
• Waterfront site $55 / day -Back-in

--Long-term & Permanent RV sites Available

CEDAR CABINS - We have 5 waterfront cedar cabins with covered porches, outdoor seating, firepits, grills, Picnic tables and much more for the perfect weekend or weeklong getaway.

4-BEDROOM LAKEFRONT HOUSE (sleeps 10) with large covered deck overlooking the lake. It has everything you need for a great lake getaway with family or friends.

visit us at www.midlakecampgroundtx.com or CALL 409.625.4611 ext. 1

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Toledo Bend Lake Current Weather Alerts

There are no active watches, warnings or advisories.


Toledo Bend Lake Weather Forecast


Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 79

Saturday Night

Severe Tstms

Lo: 41



Hi: 55

Sunday Night


Lo: 35



Hi: 58

Monday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 38


Partly Sunny

Hi: 61

Tuesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 40

Toledo Bend Lake Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 12/9: 167.94 (-4.06)

Toledo Bend Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Dec. 6)

FAIR. Water clear; 62-66 degrees; 4.23 feet below pool. Fishing patterns are holdin steady. Bass are good and should only improve as the water cools. Bass are in three stages with catches up to 8 pounds. Shallow bass are in 2-6 feet of water biting spinnerbaits, chatterbaits and rattletraps. Bass in 10-18 feet of water can be caught using a big crankbait, Texas or Carolina rig worm. Deeper bass can be found in 22-28 feet of water on spoons, dropshots and any kind of deep diving bait. Few reports of crappie this time of year while fish are scattered in deep water chasing bait deep. The crappie should start to group up in the coming weeks. Catfish are slow. Report by Stephen Johnston, Johnston Fishing.

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