Grab your fishing poles and head over to Brookeland, TX, home of Brookeland-Lake Sam Rayburn KOA, and beautiful, 114,000-acre Lake Sam Rayburn.
Brookeland-Lake Sam Rayburn KOA is home to Historical Mill Creek that runs through the property, feeding into Lake Sam Rayburn. Rent a paddleboard, canoe, or kayak for a trip down the creek to the lake – about an hour round trip. We’re also ATV central for those who love to ride the back trails.
Summer may be slipping away, but the temperatures are just right for fishing in East Texas. Brookeland, TX is also home to the John D. Parker East Texas State Fish Hatchery, which produces up to 5 million fingerlings each year for stocking in public waters. The most popular game fish at Lake Sam Rayburn is the largemouth bass. Other fish you’ll find are catfish, white bass, hybrid striped bass, bluegill, and redear sunfish. Tours are available.
At Brookeland-Lake Sam Rayburn KOA, we stock our pond every year, and it’s catch and release or catch and keep. We’re located in an area rich in history. All of our lodges, cottages and cabins have over 200 channels of satellite TV. Our theme lodges come with heating and cooling and are popular for year-round camping. Host your next family reunion or group rally under our large, outdoor pavilion.
Pets are welcome; we even have a barn for boarding horses! Call 800-562-1612 or visit our website to reserve your fall vacation. Camping is truly GREAT at Brookeland-Lake Sam Rayburn KOA.