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Cruise through the bayous shrouded in mystical Spanish moss at Caddo Lake State Park. From the hidden ponds to the sloughs, the...Read more
With over 26,000 acres of water, there are endless opportunities to fish at Caddo Lake State Park. Just cast a line to hook one...Read more
Wind your way through the stunning forest of Caddo Lake State Park. The cypress trees and dangling Spanish moss make for a one-...Read more
Paddling Caddo Lake is the best way to discover the haunting beauty of the winding bayous and complex cypress root passageways....Read more
The unique wildlife experience at Caddo Lake State Park is truly in a league of its own. Paddle through the bayous yourself or ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Caddo Lake Campground.
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Lots of space to explore the surrounding woods and swampy marshes around the campgrounds. One of the main attractions at Caddo Lake is exploring the lake by canoe. There is easy access to canoe rentals near the campground and you can even bring your own Stand Up Paddle board if that's your preferred method for exploring the lake! There is a lot of rich history in this part of Texas and you can take a tour of Caddo Lake by way of the last known wood-burning, steam powered, stern paddle-wheel touring vessel in the world; The Graceful Ghost.
We loved this park! It was so fun to walk around and check our the different views the park has to offer. We took the paddle-wheel steamboat tour out of Karnack and later explored Jefferson. It was a wonderful trip and we've been aching to go back!
If you're longing for the smell of pine needles and a cacophony of birds, Caddo Lake is your spot. We camped at Mill Pond, which allows tents only, and comes highly recommended. Rent a canoe and some poles and go fishing early among the bald cypress, and float into a seemingly prehistoric world (watch for gators). Caddo Lake is a birders paradise. We hiked every trail on the map, and enjoyed a solitary picnic at the CCC pavilion.
We get high on the lake then we float down the river
Get off on the backroads get lost in the woods
Very deep in the heart of Uncertain Texas
I tried hard to leave there but never did good
Just returned from our camping trip to Caddo. I opt for one of the screened in shelters, just in case some spring TX weather turned wet on us... and I'm so glad I did! Shelters are great, stayed totally dry during a wicked T-storm. Rented a canoe for 48 hrs from the park, but had limited use because of a wind advisory on the lake (whomp). Wandered the Nature trail instead, good stuff and an easy hike. Grab a Jr. Ranger backpack from the HQ for added entertainment. hint: limited shopping, so make sure you bring EVERYTHING, including dry fire wood. Spacious camping spots, swing sets for kiddos, little cell service by the lake. Great place to unplug, will be back to gain more paddle miles for sure!
This is my favorite spot to camp in Texas! Beautiful, big trees provide lots of shade. We've even been on the Fourth of July and had a great time. It wasn't too hot at all. Their fireworks display is one of the best around. The campground is so laid back and relaxing. We always get a canoe when we go and have a picnic on the water. I've been several times and can't wait to go back!
Camped in the Armadillo Run Camping Area. While beautiful with tons of trees, it is very close to a major road and you can consistently hear traffic. Will stay in Mill Pond area next time. Lovely park with great canoeing options! Make sure to bring bug spray - TONS of mosquitos!