Rayburn RV Hideout


Address
197 Private Road 6067
Brookeland, Texas 75931

Contact
409-698-3137

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Nestled in the Piney Woods of The Texas Forest Country of East Texas at Lake Sam Rayburn, Rayburn RV Hideout is the place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the big cities. Unlike many RV parks you won't find rows upon rows of RV's camping as our park is blended with nature and is nestled among the pine and shade oak trees. Each of our sites is as unique and spacious as we can make it. Each site can also be used for tent camping. Our park is surrounded by Corps of Engineer's land on three sides and Lake Sam Rayburn is just a short walk away via trail. Each one of our roomy 22 sites is featured and all include water, sewer and 30/50 amp electric service. For your outdoor enjoyment each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Complimentary WiFi is available to our guests.

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Lake Sam Rayburn Current Weather Alerts

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Lake Sam Rayburn Weather Forecast

Saturday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 89

Saturday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 75

Sunday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 91

Sunday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 76

Monday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 93

Monday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 75

Tuesday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 95

Tuesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 76


Lake Sam Rayburn Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 7/13: 169.16 (+4.76)



Lake Sam Rayburn

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 10)

GOOD. Water stained; 90 degrees; 5.11 feet above pool. Lots of floating debris after the recent rains from Hurricane Beryl. Water level is slowly dropping, but fishing conditions and patterns are holding steady. Summer bite is just around the corner when we will see the bass draw to deeper water points and white bass schooling. Bass are good on topwaters, or flipping soft plastics into submerged brush and points, or deeper humps and points with Carolina rigs. Crappie are in 12-16 feet of water, 20-30 feet on timber and brush. Catfish are in 22 feet of water in the creek channels. White bass are in 26 feet of water off of points on jigging spoons. Report by Captain Lynn Atkinson, Reel Um N Guide Service. As the lake continues to drop fish are going to be moving to traditional summer locations pending the thermocline depth. Bass are good early morning on shallow main lake points with medium or deep diving crankbaits, and topwaters. Main lake ledges with Carolina rig shaky head and spoons. Brush piles shallower than the thermocline with Texas rigs, jigs or Carolina rigs. The thermocline is actively fluctuating and will continue to do so while lake level changes. Navigate with caution watching for floating debris, trees, and stumps. Report by Hank Harrison, Double H Precision Fishing.

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