Johnson Creek Campground

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Johnson Creek Campground is nestled along the east end of Lake O' the Pines in the piney woods area of Northeast Texas, near the borders of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. As well as being a great place to go camping in an RV, Johnson Creek Campground is a perfect destination should you like to experience water sports such as swimming, fishing, and boating in the lake. The picturesque Lake O' the Pines spans approximately 18,700 acres of water, which means it is never overcrowded. The piney woods area also boasts about 9,000 acres of surrounding land offering many recreational activities.

Search for an RV in Marion County and set a course for the Johnson Creek Campground, which features around 63 RV campsites, many of which include scenic views and close proximity to the lake. The sites are paved and can accommodate back-ins. They include water and electric hookups, plus each section of the park features restrooms and showers, so you’ll feel right at home here. Amenities also include picnic tables and a sewer dump station. Trash receptacles are posted throughout the well-kept premises.

When you’re looking forward to doing some primitive camping, you’ll find 22 tent campsites, a number of which include electricity services. The group camping area includes a covered picnic shelter and 12 RV sites with hookups, so this facility is a good option for folks interested in doing some Johnson Creek Campground RV camping with the entire family. There’s even a playground here for the kiddos in your group.

The Great Outdoors

After you set up base camp in an RV at Johnson Creek Campground, kick back and enjoy the natural beauty as you relax under the park’s large, shady pine trees. Or, consider lounging and cooling off at the campground and day area’s swimming beaches. Whether you prefer sailing or paddling around in a kayak, the lake offers a lovely setting for launching a variety of boats. You’ll find access to several boat ramps with courtesy docks in Johnson Creek Park. Lake O’ The Pines also includes three pleasant marinas.

Fishing is a favorite pastime at Lake O’ the Pines. Anglers will be able to cast a line for a variety of fish species including catfish, sunfish, and crappie, as well as largemouth, spotted, and white bass. With a campsite at Johnson Creek Campground, you can see what catches your bait from a boat, or you’ll be able to try your luck by bank fishing along the lakeshore and below the dam along the Big Cypress Bayou.

There are also opportunities available on nearby public lands to hunt for waterfowl, game, and white-tailed deer. If you would rather do some wildlife-viewing and birdwatching from afar, don’t forget to pack binoculars in your travel trailer because this campground is a fantastic setting for spotting diverse birds that inhabit or migrate throughout the area. Should you be planning a motorhome camping trip here in the fall or winter, keep an eye out for majestic bald eagles, which tend to frequent the area this time of year.

Don’t forget to bring hiking boots and bikes when you camp in an RV rental in this region. Explore the terrain on various trails that wind around the piney woods of East Texas. Make sure to bring cameras along in your campervan as well; between the sunsets, stunning natural surroundings, and fun times at your Johnson Creek Campground site, you’ll have lots of great photo opportunities.

Exploring the Area

Should you need any snacks, camping supplies, or rentals during your vacation, you’ll find a marina and convenience stores located within one mile of the campsites at Johnson Creek Campground. The spacious Lake O' the Pines may feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of big cities, but it encompasses a large area that partially spans Marion, Harrison, Upshur, Camp, and Morris Counties. The lake, campground, and recreation area are located in Marion County, which has an abundance of dining, shopping, and entertainment options.

Camping with an RV at the Johnson Creek Campground provides a great opportunity to discover the various cultural and historical attractions in the nearby tourist-friendly towns of Jefferson and Marshall, TX. Swing by Jefferson and stretch your legs as you do a little antique shopping. This town also features year-round events, like the Annual Historical Pilgrimage, Mardi Gras Upriver, and the Christmas Candlelight Tour.

During your visit to the town of Marshall, consider wandering around the Fire Ant Festival or experience Stagecoach days. As you travel around this part of the Lone Star State in your campervan rental, one thing you must do is follow the fantastic Texas Wildflower Trail routes, which are located along the roads surrounding Lake O’ the Pines.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Williams Lake Loop, TXLongview, TX
  • Cargill Park Trail, TXLongview, TX
  • Boorman Trail, TXLongview, TX
  • Caddo Lake State Park Canoe Trails, TXCaddo Lake State Park, TX
  • Caddo Lake State Park Trails, TXKarnack, TX
  • Atlanta State Park Trail, TXAtlanta State Park, TX
  • Martin Creek Lake State Park Trail, TXMartin Creek Lake State Park, TX
  • Lake Bob Trail, TXLake Bob Sandlin State Park, TX

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