Rate Golden Age Passport. Another well kept secret in the National Forest Service list of campgrounds, the Kisatchie National Forest, Caney Lake Recreation Area. The roads and wide sites are paved and most have groomed gravel patio area. 50 AMP and water at the sites with a convenient dumpstation on the way out of the CG. There is a buffer zone between sites and the lake, but each site has direct access to the shoreline; however the beach is in the "Day Use" area. There is a boat launch ramp. The road is a little narrow, but access to the sites is not limited or restricted. There are fire rings and grills at the sites and well placed restrooms and separate showers in each section. There is a great bike trail and a hiking trail which takes you around the 350 acre lake. Peace and quiet, helpful park employees and unit manager make for a pleasant stay. We would return if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Absolutely beautiful! We had a site right on the water and the view was breathtaking! The only thing to know is that once you're in the park the first campground sign is for tent camping. Keep following the road to the electric sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a find! Located about 5 miles off of I-20 in Kisatchie NF. We camped here on site #17. Quiet, lots of trees, interior streets easy to navigate with a big rig, paved sites, some with lake front view. Best sites are #15,16,17, and 20). Half of the sites are first come first serve and the rest are reservable. Would definitely stay here again. Our rate was Golden Age. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This has to be the nicest Forest Service campground we have ever been in. The sites are huge, although all back-ins. There is plenty of room to maneuver so it should not be a problem for anyone. We are 65 feet long and got in easily. We were even lucky enough to find a site where our satellite works fine, although not all sites will work for that. There are large trees, but they are spaced out well. We got the senior rate of $9.50 so you can't beat it for 50 amp with water and huge paved sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our kind of camping! Beautiful, lots of trees, lots of space between sites. Quiet, paved, electric and water. Dump station available. Camp hosts came by and told us all about the place. Very helpful. Beautiful views of the lake. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
You check in by phone (they provide one) there in the laundromat. Kind of weird, made all the more so with the flat screen TV blaring some mindless daytime talk show in the background. Very clean newish bath/shower combo one unit per sex. Places to eat nearby within walking distance. A good choice for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a self-registration park. We registered by phone and were given complete instructions on locating our site. This is a small somewhat older park. Some sites seem to be in disrepair, but others appear to be renovated. Pull through site is a double site, easy in and out. Heavily wooded with lots of space for pet walking. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We picked this park along I-20 exit 44 because it gave Good Sam discount. The park has basic gravel sites that are level with full hook-up. The laundry room is clean as well as the shower facility. The park was self check-in but did have a phone number if you had a questions. This park would work for and overnight with places to eat within walking distance. We stayed here in a motorhome. If you call and make a reservation they will give you a site number over the phone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Everything was very clean and tidy. The park was quiet and the laundry facility is new with new showers. I heard they were getting Internet access when we left. The owners were exceptionally helpful and very accommodating. We camped here in a Motorhome.