Mt. Pleasant KOA
Mt. Pleasant KOA, located approximately 65 miles or about an hour and 25 minutes north of Marshall, is an option for vacationers touring the region. The year-round camping property offers RV sites equipped with 50-amp service and spaces big enough to accommodate rigs up to 80 feet in length. There are also tents sites, clean cabins and a swimming pool for summer visitors from May 15 until Sept. 30. Wireless Internet is free and there's also a playground for your children.
Mount Pleasant KOA
I-30 Exit 162 on FM 2152
Mt Pleasant , TX 75456
Texarkana is another option where visitors will find a KOA. Located some 72 miles and a drive time of about an hour and a half from Marshall, the Texarkana KOA offers RV sites that can accommodate RVs up to 90 feet long. The wooded area offers cabins, tent sites, a pool and fishing, as well. There's even a nightly movie at the theater. This location is close to town in case you forgot to pack something. You can also stay connected to friends and family thanks to the available WiFi.
500 West 53rd Street
Texarkana, TX 75504
Dallas Northeast/Caddo Mills KOA
Though it is located approximately 145 miles from Marshall, the Dallas Northeast/Caddo Mills KOA is the next option for a Texas KOA nearest Marshall. It will take about three hours to get there, but once there, visitors will find "Texas sized" RV sites to 90 feet. The property offers all the amenities you'd expect from a KOA and it is close to the big city.
Visitors will enjoy a 5-acre lake, air-conditioned gameroom and plenty of space to spread out. This is a great base camp from which to launch a vacation, whether you're enjoying the sites in Marshall or watching a sports event in Dallas.
Northeast/Caddo Mills KOA
4268 FM 36
Caddo Mills, TX 75135
Article Written By Brian La Rue
Perched atop the Mile High City, Brian La Rue has written outdoor-related articles since 1999. His features have appeared in magazine's including "Western Outdoors," "Fishing & Hunting News" and "High Country Angler." His work can be seen on "ESPN Outdoors." He holds a bachelor's in communications from Cal State Fullerton.