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Lake Limestone Campground and Marina is a small RV camping area with just over 30 RV campsites in Texas. The majority of the sites are full hookup, providing electric, water, and sewer supplies direct to your rental RV.
On-site are modern restrooms with hot showers, a laundry facility, and a restaurant. A swimming area is available, although no lifeguards are on duty, and a boat ramp is available for small boats. The site’s convenience store provides for your basic needs and also sells fishing tackle and bait.
Lake Limestone Campground and Marina is located midway between the city of Waco in the west and the small town of Crockett in the east, just on the edge of several national forests and the Texas Lakes Region. It is a beautiful area, and when you book an RV in Leon County, you won’t be disappointed.
Fishing is very popular here because of the size of the lake and the abundance of fish available. Covering an area of almost 14,000 acres, there is plenty of space here to find a quiet fishing spot. The most common fish caught are largemouth bass, white bass, catfish, and crappie, but others such as sunfish can also be seen. Fishing from both the bank and by boat are good, and boats can be rented locally at the marina.
With the long and craggy shoreline, getting out and exploring by boat is a great way to see more of the lake. Water sports, jet skiing, and waterskiing are permitted here, and the long stretches of straight water are perfect for the sport. Canoe, kayaks, and pontoon boats can be rented from the local marinas, and canoeing is definitely the best way to discover all the small inlets. Take a picnic, draw your boat up on to the bank, and set the fishing rods. That could be just the perfect day out when camping with an RV at Lake Limestone Campground and Marina.
A short drive north is the Fort Parker State Park, a 750-acre park of rolling hills with a 750-acre lake in its center. It’s a great location for all kinds of outdoor activities, from hiking to fishing, or boating, and much more. Three hiking trails are available in the park, ranging from a short 1-mile out and back to a 3-mile out and back. There is a nature center open at the weekends to provide loads of information during your visit.
Directly to the east is the large Davy Crockett National Forest. Covering over 160,000 acres, the forest has several recreation areas, miles of hiking trails, and the 45-acre Ratcliffe Lake to discover. The Ratcliffe Lake Recreation area provides primitive camping, a swimming beach, and a forest trail.
Buffalo, TX is the nearest town to Lake Limestone Campground and Marina and can offer all the amenities you need while motorhome camping near Lake Limestone.
In the town of Groesbeck, just northeast of the lake is the Limestone County Historical Museum. The museum has artifacts, pictures, and real-life stories of the settlers, Native Americans, and soldiers posted to Fort Parker, which shaped the country we see here today. The museum is free to enter, but they always welcome donations.
If you visited the Historical Museum, next on the list should be Old Fort Parker. Built-in 1833 by Elder John Parker and his three sons, to protect themselves against the Native Indians. In 1836, the fort was overrun by a band of Indians, and several of the family and other settlers were killed. The story of Cynthia Ann Parker, who was captured by the Comanches and to all intents, became an Indian is well known. She married a chief and had three children, but was freed in 1860. The full story can be seen at the reconstructed fort, and it is definitely worth visiting while RV camping nearby.
Over to the west in Waco, is the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum on the banks of the Brazos River. Dedicated to preserving the history of the Texas Rangers, the museum tells the story of their formation and current Texas Rangers. The Rangers were formed in 1823 by Stephen F. Austin, who needed men to protect people from attack, predominantly by Native Indians. The early Rangers came from all walks of life, attracted by the wages, but modern Rangers face a much tougher selection process.