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Lindale, Texas Campgrounds and RV Parks

Lindale RV parks and campgrounds are scattered along Interstate 20 and run north from Tyler along Route 69. The area is a popular weekend and holiday destination for folks coming from the Dallas and Fort Worth metro who are looking to escape the wrath of the summer sun beneath the shade of the pine forests and along the waterways of East Texas.

The area that we now know as the city of Lindale has been inhabited by different groups throughout history. Prior to the Civil War, Native American tribes were in this neck of the piney woods, and Anglos moved here when it was discovered how ideal the land is for agricultural endeavors. Crops of all sorts have been grown throughout Lindale’s history, but the area originally got recognition as being the Blackberry capitol of the world. The nearby canning factory employed Lindale’s early residents, and now the land is primarily used as a suburb near Tyler, TX.

Folks looking to get outdoors around Lindale should make their way to Faulkner Park, or to Old Mill Pond. The Old Mill Pond Museum to learn more about the area’s past. The Texas Rose Horse Park plays host to numerous equine related events throughout the year including dressage, barrel racing, rodeo, and cross country riding competitions. The Caldwell Zoo is one of East Texas’ finest, and has educational and natural fun for the entire family. For something a bit more on the wild side, head over to the Little Sandy National Wildlife Refuge or Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge which is a rescue facility for large cats! Folks willing to do a bit more driving can make their way to Angelina National Forest, Davy Crockett National Forest, or go the other way up to Dallas and Fort Worth for a day or three.

10/20/2016