Mud Creek Off-Road Park is located in Jacksonville, in the Piney Woods Region
of East Texas. The park incorporates about 4,100 acres and varies in
elevation from 500 on the highest hilltop down to 300 in Mud Creek bottom. On
the west side of the park, the 600 acres of terrain is made up of rolling hills
with some wooded patches and small creeks. This is the office location as well
as the concession, showers and RV hookups.
To experience all that Mud Creek has to offer, venture to the east side of the
park where there are miles and miles of wilderness trails. Choose the route
through Mud Creek bottom crossing bridge after bridge as you venture deep
into the East Texas wilderness. You will find numerous bridges that have been
built to allow access to all areas of the park.
Hardwood forest, pine thickets, marshes and river bottom land provide endless
riding opportunities. Whether you are an experience mud rider or a novice who
likes to stay on dry land, Mud Creek has a trail for you.
We currently have 80 RV hookups with water and electricity as well as an
additional 35 RV hookups with water, electricity and sewer. Reservations book
quickly on event weekends, so book ahead. For campers, the beautiful East
Texas landscape has it all. Camp under the trees, on a hilltop where you can
see the lights of Jacksonville, or set your tent up on a secluded knoll. At Mud
Creek, there is no such thing as a bad camping spot, so come out and enjoy
March 25-29, 2015