Looking for a relaxing yet fun-filled family vacation in East Texas?
Sky Point RV Park is set on approx 50 acres located on the banks of the tranquil Lake Tawakoni. Yet it’s just a few miles from the bustling towns of Emory, Greenville Quinlan and Terrell noted for their selection of local restaurants and shopping outlets. Canton Flea Market and 1st Monday Trade Days is within easy reach, known for its Antiques and General Goods
Thanks to the park’s easy access to Hwy 276, the theaters and live entertainment facilities of Dallas are just an hour’s drive away.
Vacationers of all ages will find plenty to see and do both on site and off.
Benefiting from one of the deepest boat ramps on Lake Tawakoni, the park is an ideal location for campers interested in boating, water sports and fishing. Hire one of the local fishing guides and benefit from their knowledge of the lake to find the best spots for successful fishing.
There’s plenty to do for those interested in rambling to! The Lake Tawakoni State Park is close by with 376 acres of oak forest just waiting for you to explore either on foot or by moutain-bike.
Situated on the eastern edge of the Texas Lake Trails area, the park’s proximity to local places of interest make Sky Point RV Park the ideal launch pad for your East Texas break.
Family owned and operated, Sky Point RV Park is a family friendly site suitable for all ages. With a site-wide speed limit of 10 MPH, it is an ideal place for children to play or ride their bicycles in safety.
The site offers:
2 public restrooms, disabled access
RV Spots – nightly, monthly or annual
Utilities – Electric & Water
RV waste dump station on site
Tent sites – with or without utilities
Lake side walks
“We have taken our family on most of the camping sites on Lake Tawakoni and a few others in the area and none of them are as nice as Sky Point!”
“This is a great place to hold family get togethers! Bring your boat, floaties and lots of food! Best holiday weekend we have had as a family!”
“We had our boat get stuck at 2 other boat ramps and finally we found the one at Sky Point. With an awesome ramp like this the water level is never going keep them from launching boats. We keep coming back every weekend!”