Atlanta State Park RV & Campground Guide


Atlanta State Park is a natural space in Atlanta, Texas, located around Wright Patman Lake. Close to Queen City and Antioch, Atlanta State Park is an oasis in a sea of sameness. There are tons of fun things to do in and around the park that make it an ideal place for an RV vacation. If you're visiting Atlanta State Park, you can expect fairly hot year-round temperatures with relatively high humidity given its proximity to water. Winters can get fairly chilly, though, and it even snows from time to time. If you can brave the elements and the large summer crowds, it's well worth it for all the excitement this park has in store for you.

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Spring 54.3-75.6 F
Summer 71.3-92.6 F
Fall 54.6-76.3 F
Winter 37.3-56.6 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Atlanta State Park

Rental RVs combine the ease of use and convenience of an RV with the affordability of renting, sparing you the costs of purchasing and maintaining your own vehicle. With all these savings, you'll more easily be able to afford an awesome vacation to Atlanta State Park. While you're in the area, you should definitely check out some of the following RV parks and campgrounds when it's time to park for the night.

Atlanta State Park Campground

Atlanta State Park has close to 60 campsites throughout the area, and all of them offer electrical and water hookups. Spots with just these two amenities start at $14 while spots that also include sewage lines start at $16. Regardless of which spots you reserve, you'll have access to things like grills, picnic tables, fire rings and more with specifics varying by location. Pets are also allowed as long as they're well-behaved.

Rocky Point COE

Rocky Point COE is a campground located near Wright Patman Lake, meaning it's virtually right next to Atlanta State Park. Spots here are around $26 per night with adjustments made depending on the type of hookups you want; all spots include either 30-amp or 50-amp electricity and water with many also including sewer. All sites have a hard parking pad for RVs and feature amenities like restrooms, showers, grills, a dump station, fire rings, playgrounds and areas for pets.

RV Corral

RV Corral is a Queen City RV park only a few miles out from Atlanta State Park. All 45 sites available at the park come with electrical, water and sewer hookups for $30 per night, and good Wi-Fi is available all across the area. Showers, restrooms, laundry facilities, pet areas, a community activity room and more are all available for guests at no extra charge.

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What to Do at
Atlanta State Park

Inside Atlanta State Park

When you visit Atlanta State Park, you'll have tons of things to enjoy to get closer to nature and have fun while doing it. Wright Patman Lake is quite large and offers plenty of space for activities ranging from swimming to fishing to boating and beyond, though be careful as there is no lifeguard on duty. Fishing is especially popular given the absolutely enormous catfish that inhabit the lake. There's also plenty of trails to hike and species of birds and other animals to observe.

Outside Atlanta State Park

If you're looking for a change of pace to help make the most of your trip, you can step out of Atlanta State Park for a bit to visit the cities surrounding it. For a great vacation, try out these restaurants, shops and places of interest while you're there.


Luigi's Italian Cafe

At Luigi's Italian Cafe, you can dine on some absolutely fabulous Italian food at fantastic prices. No restaurant of this caliber would be worth opening without some great pasta dishes, so make sure you try out some of their spaghetti with your choice of meat sauce, meatballs, mushrooms or Italian sausage. Chicken parmigiana, calzones, steak and pizza help round out the menu along with a nice selection of desserts, including cheesecake, tiramisu and cannoli.

Type: Italian

Location: 210 N East St, Atlanta, TX 75551

Rickey's Rib Shack BBQ

Rickey's Rib Shack BBQ is a great local eatery specializing in smoked meats. If you can appreciate the rich and complex flavor of barbecue, you'll love their signature pork ribs, brisket, pulled pork and so much more. Sides like potato salad and coleslaw help enhance your dining experience as does their array of meaty sandwich options that include a fantastic smoked turkey.

Type: BBQ

Location: 706 Loop 59, Atlanta, TX 75551

Catfish King

Catfish King in Atlanta is a fantastic seafood restaurant that takes full advantage of being next to Wright Patman Lake to serve up some of the best catfish you'll ever eat. Wright Patman is known for how large these creatures get, so expect a hearty helping when you stop in for a meal. The catfish and many other fantastic menu items, like hush puppies, shrimp and other types of fish, make it an all-around amazing eating experience.

Type: Seafood

Location: 507 Loop 59, Atlanta, TX 75551


Gary's Marine

Gary's Marine is a local auto and marine shop offering repairs, parts and good conversation to anyone who stops by. Need a little work done on the RV or boat or maybe some tips or equipment for fishing Wright Patman Lake? This is definitely the place to be for all of that.

Location: 406 S Main St, Linden, TX 75563

The Groovy Armadillo

The Groovy Armadillo is a unique antique shop located in Linden. The shop specializes in both the nostalgic and the obscure, so you'll almost certainly find something that at least intrigues you when you stop in here. Whether you're looking for gifts to take home with you or a little something for yourself to remember the trip by, you'll find what you're looking for in here.

Location: 119 East Houston, Linden, TX 75563


Atlanta Historical Museum

The Atlanta Historical Museum is an educational center in the heart of Atlanta. Based around preserving and teaching the history of Atlanta and the land where it resides, the museum gives guests the opportunity to see artifacts and memorabilia from the early days of the city all the way back to prehistoric times. The museum is especially good for kids as exhibits are crafted at a level that is easy for younger audiences to understand.

Location: 101 N East St, Atlanta, TX 75551

Music City Texas Theater

The Music City Texas Theater is a performing arts venue that houses some of the best talent in both the local and national music scene. With its focus on country music, you can see some fantastic musicians play their hearts out alongside a crowd of like-minded fans all looking for an unforgettable night of fun. To make it even better, concessions are available at the theater with alcohol included.

Location: 108 Legion St, Linden, TX 75563

Atlanta Sports Complex

The Atlanta Sports Complex is a recreation area filled to bursting with opportunities for physical fun. With the complex's more than 88 acres of land, you can enjoy any number of outdoor activities that range from hiking or biking the miles of trails to picnicking or playing baseball at the baseball fields. It's the perfect place to go for anyone who can't get enough of the outdoors but might like a change of scenery and different options from those at Atlanta State Park.

Location: 251 Holly St, Atlanta, TX 75551

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How to Get to
Atlanta State Park

In order to get to Atlanta State Park, you'll most often find yourself approaching from the city of Atlanta, Texas. Go northward on Highway 59 until it changes into FM 59. From there, head west for around 9 miles until you can turn right onto FM 1154. Drive for another 2 miles or so before turning left onto Park Road 42, an unpaved road that leads directly to the park.

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Entering Atlanta State Park

Once you've reached Atlanta State Park, you can enter it by simply driving down Park Road 42 until reaching the entrance gates to pay your fees. The park is open for day use from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day. 

Atlanta State Park Per adult : $3.0

12 and under free

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Frequently Asked Questions About Atlanta State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Atlanta State Park?

Atlanta State Park is a beautiful destination any time of year, but each season has unique charms. Spring is the perfect time to see the park's flowers bloom while summer brings warm weather perfect for hiking and picnicking.

What is the climate of Atlanta State Park?

The park has a humid subtropical climate, with mild to cool winters and hot, humid summers. Precipitation is evenly distributed year-round, with an average of around 50 inches of rainfall. The area also experiences occasional thunderstorms and hurricanes.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Atlanta State Park?

Atlanta State Park is home to a diverse array of wildlife. Mammals such as white-tailed deer, beavers, and opossums can be found along with bird species, including woodpeckers and hawks. The park's ponds have fish such as catfish and bass.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Atlanta State Park?

Atlanta State Park offers several RV camping spots. The campsites are well-equipped with hookups for water and electricity, and they provide stunning views of the surrounding area. Some of the sites have a picnic table and a fire ring.

Are pets allowed at Atlanta State Park?

Atlanta State Park offers plenty of space for your pet to run and explore and several scenic hiking trails perfect for a leisurely walk. Ensure that your pets are leashed, and clean up after them.