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About Lone Star

Lone Star, Texas RV parks and campgrounds are available both in and around the town, with the Ellison Creek Reservoir and I-259 running through this corner of Northeast Texas. The area’s history is rooted in cotton and other agricultural plantations, and now US Steel has a presence just south of town.

Many who choose an RV site in this part of Texas do so because of the many natural areas within an easy drive from the town of Lone Star. Dangerfield State Park is one of the most popular in a state with many extremely popular State Parks. This one has dense forests surrounding a lake that welcomes paddle boating, swimming, and fishing, and there are miles of well-maintained trails running throughout the park’s 500 acres. Thirty miles west of town is Lake Bob Sandlin State Park, another woodsy favorite. Unlike Dangerfield, Lake Bob Sandlin is a massive body of water that offers boating, and the park itself is only a small patch along the lake’s extensive western bank. Those with boats looking for a large patch of water closer to Lone Star should head south of town to the nearby Johnson’s Creek Marina in Rock Springs on the east shore of the massive Lake O’ the Pines.