Toledo Bend Lake: Places Accessible For RV Camping

Toledo Bend Lake: Places Accessible For RV Camping

Toledo Bend Lake offers plenty of places for RV camping for you and your family! Now is a great time to plan your next trip to the Toledo Bend Lake area!

Here are a few places accessible for RV camping:

Shady Oaks RV Park

Shady Oaks RV Park is located on thirty-five beautiful acres near the lake. The park is located on the eastern end of Highway 255 and adjacent to the Sabine River Authority. More details are available by calling 409-489-8045.

Mill Creek Bay RV Park

The Mill Creek Bay RV Park is located at 517 Rods Road in Hemphill, Texas. The park is a wonderful vacation spot for the family. For more info, please call 409-579-4262.

Paradise Point RV Marina

The Paradise Point RV Marina is also located in Hemphill, Texas. They are accessible on Paradise Point Road and they offer plenty of full hookups under the shady trees. For more info, please call 409-728-7779.

South Toledo Bend State Park

The South Toledo Bend State Park offers camping options with plenty of family activities on the Louisiana side of Toledo Bend Lake. This park is located at 120 Bald Eagle Road in Anacoco. For more details, please call 337-286-9075.

Vernon Lake RV Park

The Vernon Lake RV Park is also located on the Louisiana side of the lake in Vernon Parish. This five-star location offers a place to stay during the best times of the year. For more info, please call 337-378-8180.

God’s Country Sportsmen’s RV Park

God’s Country Sportsmen’s RV Park is located in Hemphill, Texas close to Toledo Bend Lake. The park offers full hookups for your family RV and they have onsite showers and laundry facilities. For more details, please call 409-202-6722.

Hickory Ridge Camp

The Hickory Ridge Camp offers monthly RV sites on waterfront property. The camp offers excellent lake access and plenty of exploring opportunities. Hickory Ridge is located at 335 Hickory Hill South in Hemphill, Texas. For more info, please call 409-383-7979.

Byrd’s Nest RV Park

The Byrd’s Nest RV Park is another great place for RV camping. This camp is located at 6300 State Highway 21 East in Hemphill, Texas. To call for more details, please dial 409-625-1901.

Lake Toledo Bend - Places Accessible For RV Camping

Plan your next RV vacation for Lake Toledo Bend! You can choose from a number of locations to set up camp including Shady Oaks, Mill Creek, Paradise Point, Hickory Ridge, as well as other locations.

Have you set up your RV at one of these locations? How did you enjoy your stay? Please share your thoughts with the Toledo Bend Lake community!



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Toledo Bend Lake Current Weather Alerts

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Toledo Bend Lake Weather Forecast


Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 73

Monday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 66


Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 76

Tuesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 65


Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 77

Wednesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 66


Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 77

Thursday Night

Chance Rain Showers

Lo: 59

Toledo Bend Lake Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 12/5: 167.95 (-4.05)

Toledo Bend Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Nov. 30)

GOOD. Water stained; 59 degrees; 4.25 feet low. GOOD. The water level is 167.7 with no generators running. Water temperature at the Dam is 59 degrees. The back feeder creeks are stained and muddy with lots of Fall leaves floating on the surface, and the main lake remains clear. We were blessed with some rain this week 2-3 inches. Not much has changed on the pattern this week. Chatter baits are still producing in 3/8 to 3/4 ounce white, chartreuse, watermelon pepper, and red/black skirts. To cover a lot of water, use a square bill crank bait or a flat side crank bait and smaller rattle traps from 0-8 feet in shad and perch imitation colors and the Rayburn red traps are still working. For deeper Bass, cast a Carolina rig with a worm or lizard. Jigging spoons are still producing quality bass on 1/2 to 3/4 ounce (silver with a white or yellow accent tail feather or a deep diving crank bait in citrus shad and Tennessee shad colors). The jig and pig bite has been strong. Cast your jig to long tapering points that drop off into deep water, the best colors are black and blue, PB&J football jigs 3/8 - 3/4 ounce with a 3-inch matching color craw trailer, and a green pumpkin jig with a chunk style trailer. The Crappie bite is still good in 12-20 feet on the edge of the river channels using 1/16- and 3/32-ounce Wager Baits, #46 Bluegrass, #3 Monkey Milk, #09 Electric Chicken, #10 Black and Chartreuse and small minnows depending on the cloud cover and cooling night temperatures. Now that the lake is at a Winter drawdown, it's prime time to go out scouting for new areas for Springtime fishing. Look for areas like feeder creeks, ditches, man-made structures, creek bends and undercuts, etc. Reminder: Keep and extra set of clothes in a dry bag stowed away on your vessel just in case you get caught in the rain, heavy winds, etc. Hypothermia happens quickly. Good luck and keep casting forward! Report from Master Captain Steve “Scooby” Stubbe, Mudfish Adventures LLC, Orv

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