The RV Park is a Hidden Jewel

Are you looking for a quiet place to park your RV? Buster’s Private RV Park is the place for you. You can enjoy the beautiful area, visit the museums in San Augustine, or just rest.

To Book your stay all you need to do is call Buster (936)275-7140. Buster will answer all of your questions and he can tell you all about our super easy check in procedure.

Parking Sites at the RV Park

Buster’s Private RV Park is just part of Bland Lake Hideaway. Bland Lake Hideaway has a cabin, a farm house, a camper, and a school house that you can stay at or have your friends come visit. The Park itself has eight sites for your use. You can pull through each site to make your set-up easy. Some sites are for 30 amps others are 50 amps. All have water and sewer hookups. We even have WiFi.

Overnight stays are $40.00

A Week is $175.00

For the month it is $400.00

What a quiet place to stay! It is safe, away from traffic, and beautiful. It is truly a hidden jewel.

Often oil workers, hunters, and fishermen come to stay at Buster’s. The two main lakes that people come to fish at are: Sam Rayburn, and Toledo Bend. We are close to both lakes.

Fishing while you stay at the RV Park

The John Fisher family owns Bland Lake,. The owners will allow you to fish with permission from them. They usually charge a fee per day. If you would like to book a day pass to fish in the lake call Joe for details. (936)275-5177.

Bland Lake has a wonderful history for the area. The train would stop and pick up riders that wanted to go to town for the day. They called the area “Stop”, Texas. There was a flour mill, with a recreation building that was out over the lake. It was a favorite swimming hole. There was a general store and a thriving small community. Now, Bland Lake Hideaway is just a quiet place to relax.

Coffee is essential for a happy stay

Come visit us at Hardware on the Square. We would love to make you a great cup of coffee at our coffee shop. San Augustine is the oldest town in Texas. The town is rich in history and interesting stories. Stop by the Hardware store and listen to some of the stories of the past. Visit the museums and read the historical makers.

History surrounds our area

You can find more history for Bland Lake: