Coffee Creek Landing Marina and RV Park


Address
5409 FM 2966
Yantis, Texas 75497

Contact
903-383-3408

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Coffee Creek Marina was one of the first marinas on Lake Fork we are the third owners of the park and we have worked hard to get it updated and looking nice. Now called Coffee Creek Landing because once you land here you never want to leave. Offering yearly RV camping sites, boat ramp, fishing dock, bait and tackle as well as the best crappie and catfish fishing around you are sure to love it here.

Our RV park has 5 lake side slots and 8 interior sites with lake view with plenty of shade trees all surrounded by forest. there is a convenient washer dryer center and ice available at a nominal fee. Only 10 minutes from the nearest town.

Located on Coffee Creek which is on the Northeast side of Lake Fork and surrounded by plenty of green space, these RV Spots get you up close to nature and all it's beauty. Plenty of deer, ducks, and of course FISH! Sites are available from daily to year around. Call for more information and pricing. 903-383-3408

Amenities:
110 Electrical Plug
30 Amp
50 Amp
Gravel Pad
Sewer
Water

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Lake Fork Weather Forecast

Saturday

Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 91

Saturday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 74

Sunday

Slight Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 95

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 75

Independence Day

Hot

Hi: 99

Monday Night

Clear

Lo: 77

Tuesday

Hot

Hi: 101

Tuesday Night

Clear

Lo: 78


Lake Fork Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 7/2: 396.70 (-6.30)



Lake Fork

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 29)

GOOD. Water Stained; 75 degrees; 6.17 feet low. Crappie are stacked up like crazy on brush piles, laydowns, underwater bridges and standing timber in 13-28 feet of water. Finally starting to see more white crappie loading in the deeper timber as well in numbers. The bite has been a little more up and down this week with the changes in the temperature. Some days double limits are super easy and some days we have to work harder. Straight minnows are still the ticket, but hand ties and soft plastics will put fish in the boat. Report provided by Jacky Wiggins, Jacky Wiggins Guide Service. Largemouth bass are good early in the morning, but the bite ends by noon most days. Big worms Texas or Carolina rigged and big shaky heads are working best in 12-25 feet of water on points and humps. Best colors are plum, blue fleck, and tequila sunrise. Deep crankbaits are working well in creek channel bends and deep humps 22-30 feet of water. Best colors will be chartreuse, blue, black and shad patterned. Report by Lake Fork fishing guide Marc Mitchell and Jason Hoffman, Lake Fork Pro.

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