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198 Use the ICON KEY on the FRONT COVER FLAP 15 Mount Pleasant The rural beauty of northeast Texas makes this a truly wonderful year-round destination as well as a quiet and peaceful overnight respite. The campground has plenty of shady pull thru sites alongside an undisturbed fi eld, with a catch- and-release fi shing pond. You'll fi nd all the great KOA attractions: a swimming pool, rec room with pool table, children's play area, horseshoes, Kamp K9, air-conditioned laundry, free Wi-Fi and beautiful restrooms. Walk to nearby restaurants, then head into town for antique and crafts shops. Local lakes provide sport for the angler, and the Mount Pleasant Country Club of ers an excellent public course (just down the road). Enjoy the mild winters! Pool: May 15–Sept. 30. Max pull thru: 80 ft. E'bnd on I-30 Exit 162. W'bnd on I-30 Exit 162A to Bus 271N, 1/2 block to FM 2152 Greenhill Rd, turn right. Texas 271 67 271 Bus 271 49 30 Texarkana Dallas Oklahoma Longview Exit 162A 1 blk. Exit 162 ® F M 2 1 5 2 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/mount-pleasant RESERVATIONS 800-562-5409 INFO 903-572-5005 2322 Greenhill Road Mt. Pleasant, TX 75455 69 69 59 59 842 2021 ® Atkinson Dr Moffett Rd Loop 287 Frontage Rd LUFKIN 14 Lufkin You're deep in the heart of Texas at the new Lufkin KOA: The nearest neighbors are Texas Longhorn cattle grazing nearby. The campground is practically surrounded by a well-tended ranch, so you're sure to enjoy a relaxing retreat. Admire the wide- open Lone Star landscape, rich with birds and other wildlife. Take a dip in the pool, check out the fi shing pond or learn to toss horseshoes like a real cowpoke. This location of ers easy on/of access from major highways that pass through Lufkin. Spend a day at Sam Rayburn Reservoir, one of the best fi shing lakes in the state. Nacogdoches, known as the oldest town in Texas, is about 20 minutes away. In Lufkin, stop by the Texas Forestry Museum. Pool: April 1–Oct. 1. Max pull thru: 73 ft. From the south (Hwys 59 and 69): Follow signs that direct you onto Loop 287 (bypass around Lufkin). Stay in R lane, take exit for FM 2021. Lufkin KOA will be on R. From the north (Hwys 59 and 69): Follow signs that direct you onto Loop 287 (by- pass around Lufkin). Take exit for Hwy 103 East, turn L at u-turn. When back on hwy, take next exit (FM 2021). Lufkin KOA will be on R. GPS: N31.368946, W94.703607 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/lufkin RESERVATIONS 800-562-9166 • INFO 936-238-3721 250 FM 2021, Lufkin, TX 75901 84 84 87 87 82 62 82 62 116 27 LUBBOCK Loop 289 Littlefield 2.5 mi. Loop 289 ® OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/lubbock RESERVATIONS 800-562-8643 INFO 806-762-8653 5502 County Road 6300 Lubbock, TX 79416 13 Lubbock As native son Buddy Holly sang, "It's so easy to fall in love" with the Lubbock KOA. Located just outside the city limits and minutes from downtown, the campground features hundreds of mature shade trees, making it an oasis in the middle of the West Texas plains. Visit the Museum of Texas Tech, Science Spectrum & Omni The- ater, Silent Wings Museum, the American Wind Power Center & Museum, Lubbock Lake Site archaeological dig, The Vietnam Center and Archive, and wineries. Don't miss the Buddy Holly Center! Then "Maybe Baby" you'll fi nd a few ways to relax: swim in the heated indoor pool, lounge in the hot tub, rent a video or watch a dou- ble feature at the drive-in theater. Join in a pickup game of basketball or Ping-Pong or watch the kids romp in the playground. An afternoon with nothing to do? "That'll Be the Day!" Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 63 ft. Your hosts: the Blair family. On US Hwy 84 NW of city. All hwys, take Loop 289 to Hwy 84 (Littlefi eld Exit) then 2.5 miles northwest on US 84. GPS: Please use 5502 Kent St, Lubbock, TX. N33.635847, W101.931044 NEW

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