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Lake Graham is located in northern Texas between the cities of Throckmorton and Jacksboro, and a short drive from the city of Graham. Surrounded by picturesque Texan countryside, Lake Graham is a popular destination for those wishing to explore with a rental RV. Access to the lake with an RV rental is simple, whether it is via Highway 380 or Highway 61. This perfect balance of rural countryside, while still retaining access to vibrant Texan cities is what keeps campers returning to Lake Graham year after year.
There are great opportunities to catch that next big fish, an idyllic waterway in which to boat on, and a surrounding countryside that’s just waiting to be explored. Lake Graham is the perfect place to take your Graham camper rental no matter what time of the year. Search for an RV in Young County, and start your camping adventure.
What often brings campers to the shores of Lake Graham is the fantastic fishing opportunities to be had here. The lake is home to a variety of different fish species, each with their own sporting attraction. Bulrushes, lily pads, and pondweed make excellent environments for catching the channel catfish in the lake. White crappies, largemouth bass, and hybrid bass are also abundant in these waters. Whether you choose to fish from the shoreline, the fishing pier, or take a boat out onto the 500 acres of lake, fishing at Lake Graham is experienced not to be missed.
Although swimming in Lake Graham is not to be advised Lake Graham campers can still enjoy the water by taking a boat out onto the lake. Lake Graham has two public boat ramps, and one is located on its north-western shore, the second on the south-western shore. The great expanse of water allows boaters to explore the many crests, creeks, and coves that make up Lake Graham, only adding to its appeal. For those motorhome camping without their own boats, head to the marina a short drive south of the city of Graham.
The rolling grass and woodlands that surround Lake Graham offer some of the best-hiking country in all of North Texas. The eastern shore provides a hike through woodland that offers the chance to see the best in local Texan wildlife, perfect for the keen birdwatchers among you. Campers following the route of the river will find an interesting hike to the many creeks that criss-cross the land here. These walks are perfect for even the most novice of hiker and allow a full appreciation of the Texan countryside, rarely found anywhere else.
For those campers who wish to camp directly on the shores of the lake, head to Kindley City Park. Located on the lakes northern shore, this park provides partial hookups to those RV camping at Lake Graham. These hookups include 30 amp electrics.
A few miles south of Graham, campers will arrive at Dark Canyon RV Park. This RV park provides a wide range of amenities, covering most of the camper's needs. Full hookups are provided including 30 and 20 amp electrics to water and sewage. There are many pull-thru sites here for those with big rigs. Dump stations, restrooms, and showers are also provided at Dark Canyon RV Park, alongside free WiFi for today’s modern campers.
The city of Graham offers campers a varied choice of day-trip ideas unique to this area. Why not head to Graham’s Old Post Office Museum and Art Center, truly a unique Graham landmark. Formally Graham's post office building, the building now houses many historical artifacts and works of art, making very interesting viewing for any visitor. As well as historical artifacts, the museum is home to a photography wall hosting more than forty black and white photographs of Graham and the surrounding communities, dating back from the 1800s. For anyone with interest in local and national history, a visit to Graham’s Old Post Office Museum and Art Center is a must.
Another site for those with a taste for history is Fort Belknap, located near Newcastle. Built-in 1851 to ensure protection from Native American raids, the fort was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960, in recognition of its key role in securing the Texas frontier in the 1850s and 1860s. Touring this restored fort and all its historical grounds gives visitors an insight into the rich history that surrounds not only Young County but the whole of Texas and the United States itself.
For those willing to make the hours drive to Decatur, a city full day-tripping opportunities await. To complete your historical journey head to the historic Waggoner Mansion. The mansion was built in 1883 and is one of the best examples of American 19th-century architecture in Texas. Preserved for modern visitors, a day around the city of Decatur would not be complete without a visit to the beautiful site.