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Located on the northeastern edge of Texas, close to the state line with Louisiana and Arkansas, is where you find Country Pines RV Park, a beautiful area of woodland and lakes. The RV park is under the cover of tall pines, offering large shady sites suitable for even the largest of rental RV. The nearest city is Marshall, TX, just a few miles to the south, with the much larger city of Shreveport a little further east in Louisiana.
Country Pines RV Park offers either full hookups or water and electric only. Half of the sites are located along the large fishing lake, while around 15 are pull-thru, giving easy access when RV camping with a large rig. Modern restrooms with hot showers and a laundry are located right next to a recreation hall, where you can also use the free WiFi.
While motorhome camping at Country Pines RV Park, you are welcome to use the catch and release fishing pond, that is regularly stocked or enjoy a stroll along the trail around the pond. Don’t forget your four-legged friend, as he’s welcome to come along too! The site also offers discounts for Good Sam Club members.
A few miles east, straddling the Texas and Louisiana state line is Caddo Lake, part of the Caddo Lake State Park. The 25,000-acre Caddo Lake is thought to have been formed by earthquakes in 1811-1812, but another theory sites the Great Raft log jam on the Red River as the cause. However, the lake was formed, it now offers an outstanding lake and swamp are for wildlife and plants. There are many recreation areas in the park and campgrounds, so plenty of space to park and explore while camping with an RV nearby.
The habitat varies from beautiful open lake areas to narrow bayous and channels that are barely a foot deep, in the shadow of huge Cypress trees. It’s a wonderful lake for boating, in canoes, kayaks, or Jon boats, but due to the shallow depths and plant-life covering the lake, speed boats are best avoided. There are several public boat ramps and some privately owned marinas where you can rent boats.
Anglers will love Caddo Lake for the more than 70 species of fish they can catch here. The largemouth bass is the most common fish, but white bass, crappie, catfish, and sunfish are all readily available. There is great fishing from the shore, the numerous piers, or in a boat. If you need some help, there are plenty of guides to show you the best places to fish.
While you are in Caddo Lake State Park, don’t forget to keep an eye out for Bigfoot. The Texas Bigfoot Research Center is located in Jefferson, just a few miles west of the lake. There is plenty of other wildlife to look out for in the park, including alligators, deer, raccoons, beavers, and over 240 species of bird.
A great way of exploring is to follow some marked trails, and the Caddo Lake Wildlife Refuge Loop could be perfect. It’s an easy eight-mile loop that starts and ends near the town of Karnack, which takes you past the lake and through miles of cypress trees.
Being close to the state line with Arkansas and Louisiana gives you so many choices of places to visit and things to do when you book an RV in Harrison County, so you’ll never get bored! Each state has its own personality for you to discover, and having the freedom to roam in your own RV camper is the perfect way to find the real character of the area.
The nearest town of Marshall has everything you need to stock up your rental RV before heading out on the road, with plenty of gas stations and grocery stores. If you need something to eat before setting off, you’ll find a wide selection of restaurants to choose from Mexican to Chinese and almost anything in between! For some fresh air, while in the city, try Marshall’s 17-acre City Park, with plenty of outdoor sports facilities, restrooms, and picnic areas, it’s a nice place to relax.
Marshall also claims to be the birthplace of Boogie Woogie music and holds regular events to promote the style. The annual FireAnt Festival began in 1984 and is packed with musicians and events celebrating Boogie Woogie. If you happen to be in the town during October, it’s definitely one not to be missed.
Also in Marshall each week is the Harrison County Farmers Market, which has been in continuous operation since the 1970s. Along with the beautiful farm-fresh produce, there are craft stalls, events, and entertainment, something the whole family can enjoy.