the prettiest setting on Toledo Bend and
Palo Gaucho Bayou,
surrounded by Sabine National Forest.
your pleasure is
camping, hunting, fishing or
just relaxing, you will find it here at
- Midlake Kampground -
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The area surrounding Midlake is rich
in history and forest beauty. The Sabine National Forest
offers many opportunities for leisurely strolls or overnight hikes.
Photographers will find beautiful forest scenes accented by colorful wild
azaleas, rare pileated woodpeckers and much more to meet the cameras eye.
Located a mile south of Old San Antonio Road (El Camino Real) history buffs will
enjoy a drive down America’s oldest highway, route of the Spanish colonists
since 1690. Many homes of historic interest are located on the old road, now
known as Texas State Highway 21. The road drops from Natchitoches, La. through
East Texas to San Antonio and finally to Sattillo, Mexico. You are just minutes
away from Texas’ Oldest City, San Augustine, and the 4,700 Acre Hodges Gardens
in Louisiana. Hunting in the forest around Midlake is very good. Deer, squirrel
and quail, as well as duck will challenge the sportsman.
With Midlake as your
headquarters, you and your family can enjoy beautiful East Texas, with a
moderate year-round climate perfect for year-round fishing. Toledo Bend Lake is
the fishing capital of the south, providing sportsman with 185,000 acres of
water surface with record catches of black bass, stripers, crappie and catfish.
Midlake has a convenience store, covered boat stalls, bait, tackle, groceries,
plumbing & hardware supplies.
The people at Midlake
are friendly, and offer prompt and courteous service. We extend a special
invitation to you to come visit with us anytime of the year.