Ragtown Recreation Area offers something for everyone…camping, hiking, fishing, bird watching and viewing nature at its best! The Ragtown Recreation Area is located along the Texas shoreline of Toledo Bend Lake, one of the South’s largest reservoirs. The campground is nestled high on a bluff that faces the east; the panoramic view of the lake makes sun rises spectacular!
The Ragtown Recreation Area was developed in a remote region of the Sabine National Forest, and is approximately 10 miles from a grocery store or gasoline station. Because of its remoteness, the campground offers the visitor an uncrowded camping experience. The campground is seldom filled to capacity and usually has only a few visitors per week.
There is a boat launch facility, as well.
Fees are: $5.00 per single campsite, $8.00 per double campsite, $2.00 per day for day use (picnic, swimming, hiking & fishing), $2.00 per day for boat launch (Campers that have paid for campsite do not pay to use launch). While you should check on fees, from 2000 – June, 2010 they have held steady at, generally, $4 per campsite and $2 per vehicle for day use.