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Old 08-12-2014, 02:25 PM   #43
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We love Lake Bob Sandlin State Park.... Beautiful shaded sites with lots of room between....

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Old 08-22-2014, 09:09 AM   #44
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We camped at various parks in Texas over the years. Unfortunately with no rain lakes are way down. Call a head to find out if boat ramps are closed.and make reservations. Went to Lake Benbrook (outside FtWorth) earlier in year, most of ramps were closed.

Corp of Engineer lakes are better than state because some of state parks have not been updated to handle longer trailers and seems like Corp Rv sites closer to lake.
Inks lake is a wonderful lake, close to many entertainment area depending on taste. Deer wander through sites at night.

Drought in West and Central Texas has taken it toll, East Texas is where rain has been falling. Bob Sandlin, should be in good shape ( get your maps out)
Be aware you can almost walk across Lake Proctor and Little Elm.

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