Daingerfield State Park RV & Campground Guide


Kick up your heels and do the Texas two-step at the weekly dances at Daingerfield State Park, which is located on the outskirts of Daingerfield, Texas. You can also take a stroll around the lake at this park, which is located 40 miles north of Longview, Texas. Bring along your fishing gear so that you can catch a big one or at least have a good fishing story to tell at this park located about 150 miles northwest of Dallas.

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Spring 55 - 77 F
Summer 72 - 93 F
Fall 60 - 85 F
Winter 38 - 56 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Daingerfield State Park

Staying right in the park in an RV makes it easy to clean up for the dance after a full day of park fun, and you do not have to drive afterward. If you do not have a recreational vehicle of your own, then you can rent one with RVshare

Daingerfield State Park Campground

This campground in the East Texas Piney Woods is the perfect base for many area activities and things to do in the park, such as fishing, boating and hiking. Rates start at $10 per night.

• Water hookup: Yes 

• Electrical hookup: Yes 

• Sewer hookup: Yes 

• Wi-Fi: No 

• Pet-friendly: Yes 

• Other amenities: 80-acre lake, picnic tables, fire ring, group hall, pavilion, amphitheater 

Scenic View Motel & RV Park

A fishing dock, two boat launches, a swimming area and more are available at this campground on Lone Star Lake. Rates start at $35 per night.

• Water hookup: Yes 

• Electrical hookup: Yes 

• Sewer hookup: Yes 

• Wi-Fi: No 

• Pet-friendly: Yes 

• Other amenities: fishing dock, boat launch, swimming area, cooking areas, outdoor games

Linden RV Park

Disc golf, a playground, walking trails and more are available at this city park. Rates start at $15 per night with weekly and monthly rates also available. 

• Water hookup: Yes 

• Electrical hookup: Yes 

• Sewer hookup: No 

• Wi-Fi: yes 

• Pet-friendly: Yes 

• Other amenities: covered RV spots, sand volleyball, shower and bathroom facilities, covered pavilion

Barefoot Bay RV Resort & Marina

This campground on the shores of Lake Bob Sandlin offers annual, monthly, weekly and daily rates. Eat at the restaurant, swim or boat on the lake, and shop in nearby Pittsburg, Texas.

• Water hookup: Yes

• Electrical hookup: Yes

• Sewer hookup: Yes

• Wi-Fi: Yes

• Pet-friendly: Yes

• Other amenities: Pool, hot tub, playground, satellite TV, picnic pavilions, clubhouse, sand volleyball, horseshoes

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What to Do at
Daingerfield State Park

Inside Daingerfield State Park

From March to November, you can join in on the weekly dances where all in attendance often enjoy live music performances. The fishing pier is a great place to catch bass, catfish, crappie, and carp, or use the boat launch to put your vessel in the water. Hike the trails around the lake. You can hold a family get-together or some type of meeting in the group hall.

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How to Get to
Daingerfield State Park

If you are coming to the park from the west on Interstate 30, then take Exit 160, which is the Mount Pleasant, Texas, exit. Follow State Highway 49 for about 30 miles north to the park. 

If you are coming from the east, then get off at Longview, Texas. Take 259 to Daingerfield. Turn right on State Highway 49, and continue to the park. 

You can also easily reach this attractive state park if you are coming from Texarkana, Texas. Take Interstate 30 until you see the exit for State Highway 259. Take this exit, and stay on 259 until you reach Daingerfield. Turn left on State Highway 49 to reach the park. 

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Entering Daingerfield State Park

The park is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Daingerfield State Park Per person : $4.0

Children 12 and under may enter for free.

Known for its cathedral of trees, this state park was built between 1935 and 1939. Many of the structures that are still in use today, like the Boat House, are some of the oldest structures in Texas state parks that were built with concrete as opposed to local building materials. Many people have had a great time fishing, picnicking and relaxing at Daingerfield State Park. If you are one of those people, then share your memories on your social media feed, and tag RVshare. Alternatively, you can send your experiences to [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions About Daingerfield State Park

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

Many RVers visit Daingerfield State Park in the spring or fall because the weather is mild enough to enjoy fishing, boating and picnicking. If you are a foliage fan, a visit during fall will allow you to see stunning autumn colors.

What is the climate of Daingerfield State Park?

Daingerfield State Park has a humid subtropical climate in the region of Texas that receives the most rain. April and May are the wettest months at the park. You can also expect frequent thunderstorms if you visit in the spring.

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

Raccoons, armadillos, white-tailed deer, beavers, rabbits and squirrels are all residents at Daingerfield State Park. You may also spot herons, soft-shelled turtles, ducks, red-tailed hawks, woodpeckers and painted buntings when you visit.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Daingerfield State Park?

Daingerfield State Park has 30 RV camping sites with water, electricity and sewage hookups. Other amenities in the park include hot showers, nearby restrooms, a dump station and a general store.

Are pets allowed at Daingerfield State Park?

Pets are allowed at Daingerfield State Park, but you must keep them on a sturdy leash no longer than 6 feet. Park staff also ask that you do not bring your furry companions into any of the park's buildings.