The best camping near Hugo Lake State Park

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Salt Creek Cabins and RV Park

8 sites · RVs11 acres · Hugo, OK
Learn more about this land:We adjoin public woodlands and campers can relax on the grass around their site or hike, sightsee, swim at the lake about 3/4 from their camp. Play games, bbq
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Jackson Farms

12 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Arthur City, TX
1 acre pecan orchard and farm with 11 pecan trees; IN THE PATH OF TOTALITY FOR SOLAR ECLIPSE 2024; natural resources everywhere and access to private lands; the privacy of a quiet country home with the access and amenities of state parks; easy access to electricity, water, baths; smoker and sunset sitting area; not ADA but easy enough land to accomodate
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RK Ranch

3 sites · Tents5 acres · Detroit, TX
Property Located in Blossom TX Wooded property Ready for four wheelers, go karts, camping, survival, tree cutting, wood crafting, enjoy nature and more! Wooded property Ready for four wheelers, go karts, camping, survival, tree cutting, wood crafting, enjoy nature and more! Wooded property Ready for four wheelers, go karts, camping, survival, tree cutting, wood crafting, enjoy nature and more! Wooded property Ready for four wheelers, go karts, camping, survival, tree cutting, wood crafting, enjoy nature and more! Thank you
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Relaxation By the Lake

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Paris, TX
Pitch a tent in the grass or park your RV or trailer and enjoy the birds chirping in the oak and pine trees, a willow tree beside a pond with resident turtles, beautiful sunrises, sunsets, and starry night skies. Great bird and nature watching. You may see painted bunting, bats, tree frogs or five lined skink. Deer visit often, sometimes with fawn. Four wheeler, go kart, golf cart, and hammock friendly area. Pat Mayse Lake access is less than a mile walk from camp, and Lamar Point is just over a mile away. Each have boat ramps. The lake is perfect for boating, fishing and swimming. Drive to Barber Hills and other recreation areas along the lake for even more hiking and biking trails, boating, and swimming areas. 🎉Eclipse Weekend in Paris TX: Paris Steak Wars: Apr 5-6 903 Sun Sets Concert (Free): Apr 7 Total Eclipse of the Heart Bike Ride: Apr 8 Location of camp: 13 miles NW of Paris loop 286 Duration of Totality at Camp: Approx. 3 minutes and 36 seconds
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Robinson hideaway

3 sites · RVs, Tents11 acres · Paris, TX
I live on the front half of the property but the back end is an mixture of open meadow and forest plenty of hiking or nature watching perfect spot for tent campers no water or electricity so would need to bring your own water will have grill set up and fire pit for y’all to use also please leave the property the way you first saw it
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The Dug Out

1 site · RV, Tent15 acres · Hugo, OK
Oh man! It's got plums and blackberries. Trees and wide open spaces it's a stone throw from the lake. The lake has a marina along with fishing tournaments. Noodling and traut lines are available outings as well as visiting known ghost houses. Casinos are available. But nothing beats the hospitality of the kind folks of little Dixie.
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2BarC Southern Camp

6 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Detroit, TX
A peaceful southern family camp site with exta amenities, southern cooked meals,and homemade wine available upon small donation to the Dovelove fund. A small country town Detroit TX just 5 miles away the Red River only 20 minutes away,Where our small party venue DouglasTown is located in the cumunity of Kanawha,TX our property is a great place to camp friendly, and fun hosts to help you relax ,unwind ,rest for a bit on your travels.we spent our child hood camp tenting and know what .makes it a great experience, the fire at night ,the sounds of the out doors ,the stars ,the moon ,fresh air and feeling a part of something bigger then you,Nature and all its beauty.we welcome you to come stay a night a week or a month.we will make your stay special .we look forward to meeting you ,and your family including your fur babies,with a leash please .All are welcome this area is full of places to explore Red River, Bevers Bend State Park,Pat Mayse Lake,l The walking trail the longest trail in Texas, the Northeast Texas Trail (NETT) follows old Union Pacific and Chaparral railroad rights-of-way for 133 miles, from just northeast of Dallas to within a few miles of Texarkana. The NETT passes through many charming small towns and peaceful rural landscapes.our small town is on this trail.storage available, electric and water if needed. P.S The Lunar eclipse on April 8th a amazing event and my property is located in the totality area where you can witness it from. start to finish.
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Nicmic Landing

10 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Toco, TX
Peaceful country setting with gorgeous sunsets twenty miles north of Paris, Tx. We have 2 small man-made ponds full of live bait (frogs)Dewberry (wild blackberry) vines along the fence line. Several lakes nearby for fishing and boating activities. Wild geese fly overhead from nearby preserve, as well as owls, hawks, and many others for the bird watching enthusiast. Occasional deer graze on the property, and the neighbors moo. Farm fresh eggs and home baked goods available for purchase on site.
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Rainbow Paradise

10 sites · RVs, Tents364 acres · Ringold , OK
Our land cosist of about 364 acres of rolling hills, pasture land and hay meadows. There are also barnyard animals that roam the property. It's quiet and secluded.Learn more about this land:Over 300 acres of mountain scenery, lots of privacy,cliffs overlooking the river, plenty of places to hike. Wildlife as well as farm animals to look at.
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Shady Pine

2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Antlers, OK
Welcome to our serene lot nestled under a large pine tree, offering water and sewer hookups for your convenience. Here, you'll find the perfect balance: close enough to town to easily access its amenities yet far enough away to enjoy peace and quiet. Situated in a tranquil mobile home park just outside the charming small town of Antlers, you'll be treated to beautiful sunsets and a serene atmosphere. We're conveniently located near lakes, fishing spots, and the picturesque Kiamichi Mountains, providing ample opportunities for outdoor adventures. We would be delighted to welcome you for a few days of relaxation and exploration!
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Happy Place Cabins

7 sites · Lodging3 acres · Broken Bow, OK
Our stunning tiny homes have a spacious deck featuring a secluded soaking tub. The roof top deck lights up beautifully at night and features a double egg chair and putting green. Perfect to stargaze or enjoy morning coffee. Inside boasts custom shiplap walls, comfy queen bed, full-size custom tiled shower, tv and a tiny kitchen with Keurig, microwave and tiny fridge. Located in the heart of Hochatown close to Broken Bow Lake and the activities and restaurants around it.
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Glampin' In Style - Broken Bow

5 sites · Lodging2 acres · Broken Bow, OK
The Beaver's Bend State Park is within minutes, as it the Broken Bow Lake. We have owned our property for 12 years, and decided to buy in Hochatown because we had been camping in this area for over 28 years. This area brings us joy, love, peace, tranquility, and seclusion. We love the nature, the water, animals, and sunshine. We even love the rain! Beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Our little piece of Heaven on Earth. We are also close to all of the Hochatown events, eateries, wineries, & breweries. You can go golfing, swimming, get lost in a "secret room" or get a massage, within a 5 minute drive of our location. Grab your pillow, towels, swimsuits, toiletries and come on to Broken Bow Lake (2 miles) or Beaver's Bend State Park (5 miles) and enjoy the great outdoors, in style!
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The best camping near Hugo Lake State Park guide

Overview

About

Party on a boat, anyone? At Hugo Lake State Park you can rent 24-foot pontoon boats and float around in style with your friends and family for a truly memorable outing. If you have your own boat you can bring it here too, and enjoy the scenic beauty and great fishing of Hugo Lake. When you need to get your land legs back head over to the lakeside trails and try to spot some birds and wildlife while you’re at it. After all that sun and water, stay the night at one of the many campsites, some with adjacent swimming coves along the water. Or you could rent one of the super cush cabins complete with luxury style accommodations. So whether you want to pretend you are a gazillionaire with a yacht, or get down to earth in your tent and canoe, you will find what you are looking for here.

Notable campgrounds

  • Resort Cabins - Enjoy spacious living areas and full kitchens, perfect for family getaways.
  • Primitive Cabins - Offers a rustic experience with essential comforts and screened porches.
  • Lakeside Campsites - Wake up to waterfront views and enjoy easy access to swimming and fishing.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early to secure your preferred dates, especially during peak seasons.
  • Consider mid-week stays for better availability and a quieter experience.
  • Check for cancellations regularly as plans change and spots may open up.
  • Explore nearby camping options to increase your chances of finding a site.

When to go

The best time to visit Hugo Lake State Park is during the spring and fall when the weather is mild and the natural beauty is at its peak. Summer offers full access to water activities but can be quite hot. Winters are quieter but cooler, with some facilities possibly closed.

Know before you go

  • Check the park's website for any alerts on closures or safety advisories before your trip.
  • Accessibility varies across the park, so inquire ahead if you have specific needs.
  • Pets are welcome in the cabins for an additional fee, ensuring a fun trip for your furry friends.
  • Facility wifi is available, keeping you connected even amid nature's escape.
  • Remember to get a parking pass to avoid any inconveniences during your stay.

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