Lufkin Koa

Lufkin, Texas

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You're deep in the heart of Texas at Lufkin KOA: The nearest neighbors are Texas Longhorn cattle grazing nearby. The campground is practically surrounded by a well-tended ranch, so you're sure to enjoy a relaxing retreat. Admire the wide-open Lone Star landscape, rich with birds and other wildlife. Take a dip in the pool, check out the fishing pond or learn to toss horseshoes like a real cowpoke. This location offers easy-on/easy-off access from major highways that pass through Lufkin. Spend a day at Sam Rayburn Reservoir, one of the best fishing lakes in the state. Nacogdoches, known as the oldest town in Texas, is about 20 minutes away. In Lufkin, stop by the Texas Forestry Museum. Pool: April 1 - October 1. Max pull thru: 73 feet.

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Adventures Nearby

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  • Hike the Sawmill Trail

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