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On the shores of Lake Tawakoni, Wind Point Park is set in a 180-acre property, more than enough space for Lone Oak campers seeking short-term and long-term motorhome camping options. Full-hookup, waterfront sites able to accommodate RVs of any size are on offer, so bring the whole clan and spread out. Each site is metered with 50/30/20 amp service and supplied with a picnic table, a grill, and a firepit. With restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities, you'll be clean and fresh (just like your laundry) at the end of the day.
Away from the lakefront, plenty more sites are available for those who prefer shadier spots. The leafy sites are also individually metered and installed with a picnic table and a fire pit area, so wherever you park your rental RV, you can enjoy meals outdoors in total comfort.
After a hard day's adventure, indulge in a well-earned treat and beverage available for purchase from the on-site convenience store. Whether you're looking for chips or RV camping supplies, propane refilling or bottle exchange, or fishing gear and bait, the convenience store has most of your needs covered.
With such an extensive camping area, expect that recreational opportunities are also aplenty. Explore the grounds by bicycle, break a sweat at the basketball and sand volleyball courts, and sink a line from a 300' fishing pier. Don't forget to bring your furry friends; they'll love the pet areas near the entrance and the basketball court.
When you're looking for campsites near Lake Tawakoni, consider Wind Point Park as your home base to explore the rest of North Texas. The massive Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is just 90 minutes' drive away, and several natural areas are surrounding the park.
You only have to walk a few steps from your campsite at Wind Point Park to enjoy some of the best catfish and bass fishing in Texas. But if you'd like to hit the trails on foot or two wheels and look for feathered attractions, the Lake Tawakoni State Park is a better destination. Nearly five miles of trails weave through the park, with the Spring Point Trail offering the best location for birdwatching. Also, keep an eye out for coyotes, red and gray foxes, and armadillos that call the park's oak woodlands home.
Hunt County sits in the Blackland prairie of East Texas, an endangered ecosystem that once covered 12 million acres of the Lone Star State. This vast region is now reduced to minuscule refuges like the 100-acre Paul Matthews Nature Preserve in Greenville. Witness what early settlers to the region saw as you are welcomed by a sea of big bluestem and Indian grass swaying in the summer breeze. Then look for native birds feeding on tall grasses and wildflowers during your stroll through the prairie.
Park your rental motorhome at Wind Point Park, and you'll only be an hour's drive from Bonham State Park. Featuring a 65-acre lake and hilly trails, the park offers a fantastic playground for hiking and biking, fishing, and paddling. The 2.7-mile Bois D'Arc Trail is an intermediate MTB trail featuring dirt, roots, and slick rock, with some ups and downs for a white-knuckle ride. A more leisurely stroll on the Lake Loop Trail introduces you to the park's plant life. On the lakeshore, spy beavers, raccoons, and opossums.
Hunt County's centerpiece and county seat, Greenville, is filled with historical riches and trivia that you can discover when you rent a camper near Wind Point Park and embark on a Downtown Historical Walking Tour. The best sights are on the list of the National Register of Historic Places and include the Hunt County Courthouse, the old Post Office, the Katy Depot, and the Christian Church. You'll also see where the first train came into town, why horses were never tied to lamp posts, and why Elvis Presley, as well as President Harry Truman, came to Greenville.
Make the most of your Lone Oak campervan rental and pay homage to road trip on a drive down the Bankhead Highway, paved in 1919 to link Washington, D.C. to San Diego. The historic highway cuts right through Greenville if you follow Lee Street, and beyond the city, on US 67 and 80.
Greenville's location in the Blackland Prairie means that cotton was once king here, a historical fact documented at the Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum. The museum devotes space not only to the king of crops in the American South but also to one of the most decorated war heroes of WWII.
With so many sights to see nearby, and endless experiences to enrich your Texas adventure, consider waterfront camping near Lone Oak, so you're never far away from the history, natural wonders, and cosmopolitan offerings of North Texas.