Corsicana, Texas RV Parks

Corsicana, Texas RV Parks
Heading south on Interstate 45 out of Dallas toward Houston, the city of Corsicana is a popular stopover. Nearby Richland Chambers Reservoir provides anglers an opportunity to catch bass, crappie and catfish. And farther east of the reservoir, Richland Creek Wildlife Management Area and Gus Engeling Wildlife Management Area offer more activities for outdoor enthusiasts.

American RV Park & Sales

Large enough to host rallies, American RV Park is west of Interstate 45 in Corsicana. The park has 160 full hookup sites (20 amp, 30 amp and 50 amp) with long pull-thru sites available. Sites rented by the month also include cement patio and options for installing phone and cable (at your expense). The daily rate is $30 and the monthly rate is $325, as of December 2009.

American RV Park & Sales
4345 W. State Highway 31
Corsicana, TX 75110
(903) 872-0233

Fisherman's Point Marina & Resort

Southeast of Corsicana on the south side of Richland Chambers Reservoir, Fisherman's Point Marina & Resort features campsites with limited hookup (water and electric only). A dump station is on site. Activities include fishing and boating. The Lightning Café offers lunch and dinner on weekdays with breakfast added on weekends. The nightly rate is $24, as of December 2009. Tent campsites (with and without water), cabins and a lodge are also available for rent.

Fisherman's Point Marina & Resort
230 FM 416
Streetman, TX 75859
(888) 712-3474

Oak Cove Marina

Full hookup (30 amp and 50 amp) sites are available at Oak Cover Marina southeast of Corsicana on the peninsula jutting into Richland Chambers Reservoir. On-site amenities include a diner that offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, lighted boat ramp, fishing pier, showers and Wi-Fi. Tent camping and a motel are also available.

Oak Cove Marina
10411 S. Highway 287
Corsicana, TX 75109
(903) 872-0888

Article Written By David Chandler

David Chandler has been a freelance writer since 2006 whose work has appeared in various print and online publications. A former reconnaissance Marine, he is an active hiker, diver, kayaker, sailor and angler. He has traveled extensively and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida where he was educated in international studies and microbiology.

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