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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Lake Texoma Thousand Trails Park - Gordondale, Texas

We arrived safely at Lake Texoma Thousand Trail Parks and enjoyed our two night, one day stopover... We really didn't have enough time to enjoy the surrounding area since we left 4 weeks later then we wanted to and so we had to altered our plans original plans. There are several things to see & do in this area.

• Hagerman Wildlife Refuge
• Fort Washita
• Chickasaw NRA
• Denison Dam
• Red River Hist. Museum

The park i itself was pretty much typical of other Thousand Trail Parks... A little run down but better then others we have visited. It was a fairly nice park as far as TT goes... They charged 3 dollars a night extra for 50 Amp... There were only about 18, 50 amp sites and they were all pretty level. There were a lot of 30 amp that were level and pretty good but I think only in section "C". Water pressure, electric and sewer was all pretty good too. Staff was friendly and helpful. So for kinda of a free site if you paid the BIG membership price this was a good park,..
They had a Family Clubhouse & a Adult Only Clubhouse

This is Lake Texoma... A fairly good size lake with good fishing and boating activities

Boat ramp and a floating dock that I am still trying to figure out how to get on!

This is the adult clubhouse

The family clubhouse with swimming pool

This is the campsite that we decided to stay on "Q-12"

Here are a few of the campsites in "C" section and for you campers the infamous DUMP station... However most sites had sewer.

We are headed for Waco, Texas and will be there for 5 days.... We will be staying at Midway - COE Park. I am looking forward to it and hoping for warmer weather!!!

Until Later... Have FUN, Travel Safe & Enjoy Everyday!!!


Kat said...

Welcome to Texas Donna! I hope it warms up too, it's been much colder than normal this year. While you're in Waco, they just opened a Chuy's. If you like really good Tex-Mex, they've got it. It started as a small funky little place in Austin, and now there is one in Waco and Dallas. Have fun! Kathy

Justine said...

That looks pretty nice, Donna! Now, what all is there to do in Waco? Have you ever been there before?

Justine :o )

Margie M. said...

That TT park looks fairly typical of all membership parks. Doable and you have FHU, which is a big plus in my opinion. I look forward to your info on the COE park in Waco. Have fun!

Stacey said...

Oh Donna you were so close to several of us. I'm just a couple of hours from Lake Texoma!

Jerry and Suzy said...

WE've been to three TTs in Texas but not Lake Texoma. Maybe next time through that big state! Thanks for showing us around.

Anonymous said...

Donna! You're in Texas! Woo Hoo! That park looks like it's cold. Guess what? We lived in Waco 10 years before we moved here! Now are you headed to Houston? If you come that way we'll have to meet! I live in Galveston! Oh, I'd just love to meet you in person!!
Take care.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Renee said...

Welcome to TX! Safe travels.


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