We just thought the water at Daingerfield State Park was bad until we got to Toledo Bend. Nasty! Ross thought it tasted like oil. Anyway, lesson learned – it can get worse.
We stayed two nights and it cost us only $5! Wow! There were not services and you have to find a working faucet to fill the tank but it was very pretty. Bugs were minimal but I did get a couple of mosquito bites.
From our front door.HUGE lake. You know the humidity is high when you have Spanish moss like this!See the turtle on the log. There were several that leapt off when we walked up.We pretty much had the area to ourselves. I think there were only two other campsites occupied and they had tents.
When we left we decided we wanted to see the dam of Toledo Bend and the Dam for Sam Rayburn. Pretty easy as it was not much out of the way for either one.
Through the windshield through a path of trees – everywhere!!We were across the dam before we knew it (actually the road went behind the dam) and passed right into Louisiana. We did check out the camping area on the other side. Nice.Behind the dam.And back onto home soil.From the observation area.HUGE lake!The Sabine River.
Then to Sam Rayburn. We would not mind going back there. It was very pretty. We did not realize how close in size it was to Toledo Bend. But it seemed to be much busier.
Then on to our next destination – Lake Livingston State Park. See you then! Thanks for visiting.