Local Area Attractions
2 National Forrests!
Enjoy a Drive thru the Angelina National Forrest or
Sabine National Forrest!
Historical Homes for a Great Day Trip!
Brookeland/Lake Sam Rayburn KOA is located within a few miles of many historical areas to view/tour historical homes & courthouses.
Cabins - Cottages - Theme Lodges
One Room Rustic Kabins (air conditioned) Two Room Rustic Kabins (air conditioned) Deluxe One Room Kabins (complete with a half bath and satellite television) Deluxe Two Room Kabins (complete with a half bath and satellite television) Kamping Kottages (now featuring satellite television!)
Covered Horse Barn for Your 4 Legged Friends!
We have Individual Stall Horse Barn With Individual Water and Feeders. With over 200 Acres of Riding Trails!
Brookeland Lake Sam Rayburn Largest Lake in Texas & Historical Site
In 1965 the Angelina River was dammed which created the Largest Lake in Texas! Anglers come for World Class
Fishing Tournaments, Skiing, Water Sports, and Camping. In the 1800's the only people in the are were the Ayish Indians. Located in the middle of the Angelina National Forrest and the Sabine National Forrest, there are many opportunities for bird watching, wild life observations, and historical tour locations. The original location of the old grist mill is at the entry of the KOA office. To paddle down the historical Mill Creek is an amazing experience.
Georgeous Serene Sunsets
Enjoy Beautiful Sunsets After a Day of Fishing, Riding Canoes/Paddle Boats, or 4-Wheelers!
J.D. Parker State Fish Hatchery Tours
Texas newest freshwater hatchery came on line in 2012, producing up to 5 million fingerlings each year for stocking in the state's public waters. Financed by anglers who purchase the freshwater stamp along with their fishing licenses, the new facility replaces the 1932 Jasper Fish Hatchery and provides much-needed production capacity for largemouth bass, catfish, sunfish and forage fishes.. Located on a 200-acre site close to the Brookeland KOA, the hatchery gets its water supply from Sam Rayburn Reservoir. In addition to the fish production and maintenance facilities, the hatchery grounds provide office space for district fisheries management staff and TPWD's aquatic habitat enhancement team. Visit our news roundup for more photos and information on the new hatchery.Visitor InformationThe hatchery is located in Jasper County below Sam Rayburn Reservoir. Access is via County Road 218, which joins Texas Recreational Road 255 just East of the Sam Rayburn dam about halfway between Texas 63 and US 96, a few short miles West from the Brookeland Lake Sam Rayburn KOA. Hatchery tours are offered each Tuesday at 2 pm and Friday at 10 am for groups of 10 or less. Tours for groups of 10 or more can be arranged by appointment.