Lake Fork Camping

Lake Fork Camping
Enjoy time away from the chaos of everyday life this summer. Lake Fork has several great places to camp out. Enjoy stunning sunsets from your tent or RV at one of these great campsites.
A. All Seasons Lake Fork Resort – Alba, TX 903-765-2987
The RV Park waterfront or water view sites offer full hookups and free wireless high-speed internet. The swimming pool is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day for RV guests.
Tent Camping offers electricity, pool privileges, and boat slips for an additional fee.
Other amenities include coin-operated laundry facilities, shower and restrooms and free boat launching.
B. Lake Fork Ranch Resort – Emory, TX 800-317-6445
Rent an RV on their campground or bring your own. RV hookups include water, sewer, and electricity. Laundromat and showers are available to guests. Fish from the pier or launch you boat free of charge.
C. Axton’s Bass City – Emory, TX 903-473-7224
A full-service marina with an on-site restaurant, store, and tackle shop.
RV Park offers nightly and yearly rates for waterfront or water view campsites. Rent an RV or bring a tent. Water, electric and showers are included. You can get a fishing license here and book a fishing trip, too.
D. Oak Ridge Marina – Quitman, TX 903-878-2529
This marina has great reviews. Offerings include a motel, restaurant, tackle store, RV Park, boat ramp, covered boat slips, fish cleaning station, restroom and showers are always open, free wireless internet service and a restaurant. They can refer you to a fishing guide or boat rental.
E. Lake Fork Paradise RV Resort – Alba, TX 903-765-3600
A first class RV Park with over 45 wooded acres to explore. This gated park is a safe place to bring your family pet. Their level concrete pads have full hook-ups, paved roads, 3 private boat ramps, 2 fishing piers, a community pavilion and a fire pit for gatherings. Spacious waterfront lots have up to 60 feet of shoreline and are only available for annual leases.

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Lake Fork Weather Forecast



Hi: 79

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 50


Mostly Sunny

Hi: 75

Monday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 53


Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 68

Tuesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 47


Mostly Sunny

Hi: 70

Wednesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 55

Lake Fork Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 3/27: 401.49 (-1.51)

Lake Fork

Fishing Report from TPWD (Mar. 22)

GOOD. Water Stained; 55-62 degrees; 1.64 feet below pool. The cold front dropped the water temperature down 10 degrees in some areas slowing the bass bite. Use a slow bait presentation with Texas rigs, baby brush hogs or beaver type baits on the outside edge of the grass. Darker colored baits like V & M chopsticks in Texas smoke have been fair in 3-6 feet. Look for the bite to improve by the weekend as the water temperature warms and bass return to beds. Frogs and baits worked on top of the grass and in the pockets of grass should be great by the weekend. Report by Marc Mitchell, Lake Fork Pro. Cooler weather is affecting the movement of the black bass, as the water cools the females are not committing to the beds, but as the water warms activity will increase. Search warmer clearer water in the backs of coves and creeks for active fish. Crappie are beginning to move towards the banks, try small bead heads fished slowly 3-4 feet. Carp and gar are spawning in shallow water. Report by Guide Alex Guthrie, Fly Fish Fork Guide Service. The crappie fishing on Lake Fork is getting really hot. Seeing great numbers and lots of big fish each day. The fish are making huge moves shallow this week and will for the next month. Areas in 2-13 feet are finally beginning to see more fish that are spawning. The 14-32 feet staging areas are also still loaded with fish and reloading daily now. Seeing lots of fish roaming in open water but the best luck is still coming on fish on timber or brush. Small hand tied jigs in chartreuse or orange are getting crushed right now, and you can still catch fish well on soft plastics and minnows. Report by Jacky Wiggins, Jacky Wiggins’ Guide Service. The crappie are biting in the main creek channels about halfway back in the creek. With the cooler weather most of the crappie are laying on the bottom. Once the sun comes out fish suspend up in the water column around 15 feet. Success with Snacky lures FS200 matched with the eye hole jig or crappie

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