November 14, 2019 - reviewed by Linda
Our first RV trip and first time to Toledo Bend. It was beautiful. The water level was low but still lovely. Great sunsets! Did not use any facilities. office staff was very helpful as our schedule changed a few times and they were still able to accommodate us. Great little grocery store in the main road. Good place for dogs and if you have a boat!
July 26, 2019 - reviewed by Larry
Nice Family Park
We've been going with our kids every summer for 4 yrs now. There is a small beach area that is great for young kids as it has a large shallow area. Bathrooms are decently cleaned and park staff is very friendly. Sure, there's times where other guests might not be so considerate of others but for the most part it is a quiet park.
June 2, 2018 - reviewed by hshaynes
DW and I stayed weekend of June 1, 2018. Very enjoyable. Plenty of space between sites. All concrete pads and almost dead level. 30 and 50 amp. Rolling terrian. Golf carts in use did not pose a problem. Beach, pavilions, laundry rooms. 6 lane boat launch. Quiet and peaceful. We will return.
January 18, 2017 - reviewed by Jim & Barbara Jackson
Headed Back Again!
We are a week or so away from being here again in 2017! We came here on a must see recommendation and glad we took the advice. BEAUTIFUL park, great office staff, lots of tournaments to check out the weight-ins and all the activity, driveable distance to many little towns for shopping, great places close to eat out if you want, and great walking trails!! See you in February, Cindy..the Jacksons are headed back to see you!
August 9, 2015 - reviewed by David
Was there this weekend. It has become one of those places where families bring golf carts and other rides and let kids drive around the park all day and late into the night. While it may be fun to ride in circles for hours, the constant cloud of dust kicked up from the dirt roads is nasty.
30 minutes after setting up, a parked 2-seater cart rolled down hill about 150' into the main slide of my fiver. $1000s in damage. Park people allow this reckless activity. Owned by Sabine River Authority.