Carthage, Texas RV Parks

Carthage, Texas RV Parks
Carthage, Texas is known as the Gas Capital of the World. The citizens like to call it the friendliest spot in the world. Carthage is very close to the Louisiana state line. There is a museum in the old Panola County Jail and a Panola County Heritage Museum. The Texas Country Music Hall of Fame is found in Carthage. There is also a memorial to Jim Reeves (a famous country singer) located on the fringes of Carthage.

River Ridge Campground & RV Park

River Ridge hosts a fishing tournament every year for both catfish and white bass. The catfish winners are measured by how heavy the fish are. The white bass winners are measured by how many that are caught. There is also bird hunting available with no limit except season.

River Ridge Campground & RV Park
529 PR 831
Tenaha, TX 75974
(903) 693-4441
riverridgetx.com

Miss Ellie's RV Park

Miss Ellie's provides long pull-throughs for visitors. They are just one mile from the Texas/Louisiana border and have access to Shreveport and the attractions there. Nearby towns to Waskom are refinished in rustic fashion, showing pride in their history.

Miss Ellie's RV Park
1517 S. Interstate 20 W.
Waskom, TX 75692
(903) 687-3688
misselliesrvpark.com

Lazy Armadillo RV Resort

Lazy Armadillo offers the best of both worlds. They encourage "roughing it" by not offering Wi-Fi, public restrooms, laundry rooms, cable TV or phone hookups. But they sell groceries on site and the area is surrounded by many of the same historic sites in Carthage.

Lazy Armadillo RV Resort
6177 U.S. Highway 59 S.
Tenaha, TX 75974
(936) 248-4360
thelazyarmadillorvresort.com

Tall Pines RV Park

This site is right next to the border to Texas. The staff is well-trained and polite. The park is clean. With Louisiana Cajun tradition, tourists can enjoy delicious food and later take a ride on a casino boat on the Red River. The park also offers golf and fishing for outdoor lovers.

Tall Pines RV Park
6510 West 70th St.
Shreveport, LA 71129
(318) 687-1010
tallpinesrvpark.com/index.html

Article Written By Heather Broeker

Originally from North Carolina, Heather Broeker studied journalism and advertising at the University of North Carolina. After graduation she moved to Los Angeles, where she worked for Fox Searchlight, Fox Reality and later as a writer and marketing director. Broeker now lives in Los Angeles and runs Head Over Heels, a writing and public relations company.

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