Brookeland and Lake Sam Rayburn KOA

If you’re looking for a spot in East Texas offering hassle-free camping experiences, then Brookeland and Lake Sam Rayburn KOA is the place to go.

Feel free and uninhibited in this 300-acre park filled with oak and pine trees. Explore the wooded areas near Mill Creek and the shores of Lake Sam Rayburn.

This vast expanse has been developed to cater to everyone’s favorite outdoor activities and to provide all the necessary amenities for guests to feel comfortable and relaxed.

Here’s what to expect:

At Big Sam, the largest lake which lies completely in the state of Texas, adults and kids alike canenjoy fishing and swimming. Or rent a canoe, kayak, or paddle boat to explore the area further.

For celebratory occasions, Brookeland / Lake Sam Rayburn KOA offers hosts and guests relaxing times amidst nature. Many reunions, gatherings, and picnics have been held in the area. Family cookouts and campfires are big hits among regulars.

No need to leave your pets behind when you head here. Brookeland / Lake Sam Rayburn KOA is pet friendly. There’s also a barnwithcovered stalls. All pets and their owners can enjoy the trails of the park.

Visitors who plan to stay overnight can set up their tents and park their RV sat an open meadow or by wooded areas.

Camping with conveniences

For those who won’t be bringing their RVs or tents, “Kamping Kabins,” “Kamping Kottages,” and theme lodges are available in this KOA. All rooms are heated and/or cooled, and offer free WiFiand 200 satellite TV channels.

It’s not always easy to find a place where you can feel one with nature without jeopardizing your comfort and safety. When you stay in Brookeland / Lake Sam Rayburn KOA, you can leave your worries behind as you relax in the cool waters of the lake or underneath the dazzling stars at night.

Brookeland is located in southwestern Sabine and northwestern Jasper Counties. You can also take a side trip through the Angelina National Forrest or the Sabine National Forrest to make the most out of your visit to the deep east region of Texas.