Camping in Texas can be a dream come true here at Porter O'Fannin Farms! Whether you are looking for a simple place to lay your head after a long day of hiking the Chaparral Trail on the North East Texas Trails or wish to plan an equestrian based camping adventure, this is the place for you!
From primitive camp grounds to RV spaces, you'll enjoy time away from the maddening crowds and be able to truly enjoy nature and farm life in the style you choose.
Hunters and fishermen will appreciate the convenience of our central location, close to
a wonderful variety of outdoor recreational activities. Guide services may be arranged with advance notice.
Fannin county Texas is world renown for successful hunting of fossils and artifacts! There are a number of rich deposits in the Sulphur River, which is only about 1/2 mile away from camp.
Equestrians and bike riders frequent the 130 mile long North East Texas Trails, and our section, the Chaparral Trail, is 1/4 mile away. We have campsites for people who ride or hike the trail, simple and rustic - or as glamping as you wish. Rest under the stars without the light pollution of the big city!
Reserve your clean, safe, comfortable campground in North East Texas here at Porter O'Fannin Farms. Perfect camping for NETT users, hunters, and nature lovers of all kinds!
Would you prefer to vacation in a comfortable, fully appointed Ranch House? We have just what you are looking for in a country vacation get-away!
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Mc Farland St., Ladonia, Texas 75449, United States
130 miles of connected trails running from Farmersville to Paris, off limits to motorized vehicular traffic! This historic trail will delight hikers, horseback riders and bicyclists! Learn more about this precious resource at NETT
One of the finest fossil beds available to the public in the US, where collecting fossils and artifacts is encouraged! Whether you come to explore on your own or to join in the National Fossil Day festivities, this is not to be missed.
Located in Fannin County, the 2,780 acre Ladonia Unit has twelve land tracts. The Ladonia boundaries, sometimes hard to find, has habitat that attracts mostly doves, quail, white-tailed deer, squirrels, waterfowl and feral hogs.