Tune in to Lonestar Sportsman on News Radio 1200 WOAI every Saturday morning from 5-7 a.m. to hear interviews from Texas Campground (TACO) members as they weigh in on the RVing and camping lifestyle. Click play below to listen to the interview or visit our SoundCloud channel.
This Saturday’s show featured an interview with Suzy Beaird from Lake Sam Rayburn KOA – a fisherman’s paradise set in the thicket of the deep East Texas Piney Woods. This park is located in Brookeland, TX, about two hours east of Houston.
Lake Sam Rayburn KOA is one of the prettiest places in all of Texas. The park is surrounded by the Angelina National Forest and the Sabine National Forest. Fish enthusiasts travel to Lake Sam Rayburn all year round, as it’s the largest lake in Texas with fish biting every day.
The Historical Mill Creek runs through Lake Sam Rayburn KOA and feeds into the lake. There’s truly a sense of peace and quiet in the secluded pine trees. Take a day trip to the area towns, or take a beautiful drive to the national forests.
Lake Sam Rayburn KOA is the perfect place for any camping enthusiast. The park offers 30 and 50-amp RV sites, theme lodges, cottages, cabins and tent sites. There are many opportunities for outdoor activities on their 300-acre property. There is also a 10-acre stock fishing pond stocked with 5,000 fish – a perfect place to bring the kids for family fishing. Host your next family reunion or RV rally at Lake Sam Rayburn KOA. It’s the perfect place! For more information on Lake Sam Rayburn KOA, visit their website.