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On the southern outskirts of Mount Vernon, Still Meadow RV Park is a quiet RV campground in northeast Texas. It’s a popular base for anglers wanting to explore the waters of Lake Bob Sandlin and Lake Fork while being an easy day trip from the heart of Dallas.
RV camping at Still Meadow RV Park includes access to several pull-through sites, with 20, 30 and 50-amp electrics available. Pets are welcome to stay with you, and Wi-Fi is also available throughout the RV park. There are clean restrooms and showers that campers can utilize, as well as an on-site laundry.
RV camping at Still Meadow RV Park is a good base for visiting the 9,000-acre Lake Bob Sandlin and the 641-acre Lake Bob Sandlin State Park. The lake is renowned for its fishing, with largemouth bass, crappie, and channel catfish all for the taking, as well as being a picturesque backdrop for swimming, boating, and paddling. There are also 3.3 miles of trails winding through the Lake Bob Sandlin State Park that can be explored on foot or by bike.
Drive in the other direction, and you’ll arrive at Cooper Lake State Park, which lies on the southern shores of Jim Chapman Lake (formerly known as Cooper Lake). Settle in beneath one of the towering oaks for a picnic lunch or take a dip from the sandy beach, with fishing also possible in the 19,300-acre lake. Wildlife watchers may be rewarded with sightings of white-tailed deer, raccoons, and beavers, as well as bald eagles and white pelicans. If you want to stretch your legs, there are several trails to explore, with some accessible to horse riders.
A 45-minute drive southwest of Still Meadow RV Park is Lake Fork, which was created following the impoundment of the Lake Fork Creek in 1980. It’s famed for its fishing, with record-breaking bass, making it one of the premier trophy bass fishing lakes in the world. Aside from Florida strain largemouth bass, you can also try your luck at luring catfish, white crappie, and bluegill, as well as sunfish, bowfin, and gar.
Still Meadow RV Park campsites are five minutes’ drive from the center of Mount Vernon, where you’ll find a supermarket for stocking up on grocery supplies. There are also gas stations here if you need to fill up your RV rental and several eateries that include a bakery, a pizzeria, and a donut store.
While you’re in Mount Vernon, stop in at the Franklin County Historical Association, which operates the Genealogical Society Research Room. The staff can help you to research your family connections to Franklin County through old documents, photographs, and books. Also in Mount Vernon is the Museum Don Meredith Exhibit, which occupies the city’s old fire station. It celebrates this professional football legend, who was born in the town, as well as showcasing Native American artifacts and exhibits detailing the history of Franklin County. A highlight of the museum is its Victorian Bird Egg Collection, which features around 200 eggs that include rare samples from now-extinct species.
Drive west from the Sill Meadow RV Park, and you’ll arrive in Sulphur Springs, which is renowned for its Romanesque Revival-style Hopkins County Courthouse. You can delve into the local dairy history at the Southwest Dairy Museum before admiring the antique music boxes on display at the City Public Library. If you’re visiting between May and October, don’t miss Sulphur Springs’ evening Farm and Art Market that’s been voted as one of the best in America.
Still Meadow RV Park can also be used as a base for visiting Dallas, which is just over 90 minutes’ drive away. The city is packed with outstanding museums, cultural institutions, and restaurants, as well as being home to the Dallas World Aquarium and the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. See the site where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 at the Sixth Floor Museum, then explore thousands of years of artwork at the Dallas Museum of Art. Also in the Arts District is the Crow Collection of Asian Art. Its collection spans from ancient works to contemporary pieces. If you’re traveling with kids, don’t miss a visit to the Dallas Zoo, which is home to more than 2,000 animals representing around 400 different species.
Whether you want to explore the fishing lakes of northeast Texas or get cultured in Mount Vernon, Sulphur Springs, and Dallas, book an RV in Franklin County and start planning your next vacation.