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where to stay lake Nacogdoches? #14413416 07/06/22 05:59 PM
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Any recommendations on places to stay and room for bass boats? A few of us are considering a fall trip there. Thanks!

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Re: where to stay lake Nacogdoches? [Re: Kapnbill] #14413707 07/07/22 12:22 AM
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Go and stay at the cabins at lake Naconiche and you can fish both lakes. Naconiche is north of the city but not that far away. The cabins are awesome.

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Re: where to stay lake Nacogdoches? [Re: Kapnbill] #14413725 07/07/22 01:01 AM
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There are two different cabins at Lake Naconiche. There is Lake Naconiche Resort which is now an AIrBnb. They are nice and have a gated entry. They have plenty of parking. There is also McLain Cabins. I have never stayed there but should also have plenty of parking. It is 30 minutes from here to Lake Nacogdoches. The Best Western on the south side of Nacogdoches has boat parking. Spots are big enough to keep your truck hooked up BUT they NO LONGER have electrical outlets to charge your batteries. There is also Summit Hill Cabins in Nacogdoches. They are nice but availability is often an issue. The owners are extremely nice. There is also the KOA in Lufkin. There are 2 cabins but only 1 has parking next to the cabin. It is also 30 minutes from here to the lake.


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Re: where to stay lake Nacogdoches? [Re: Kapnbill] #14413825 07/07/22 03:03 AM
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Stayed here for one week while fishing Nacogdoches, Naconiche, Pinkston, and Murvaul.. 22 foot boat and all

https://abnb.me/e/3xCYWMSssrb

Highly recommend.. nice place out in the country on 30 acres. The owners are great people! I’ll be returning next Nacogdoches trip

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Re: where to stay lake Nacogdoches? [Re: Kapnbill] #14414026 07/07/22 02:07 PM
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A number of chain hotels on the loop.

Re: where to stay lake Nacogdoches? [Re: forkduc] #14414153 07/07/22 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by forkduc
A number of chain hotels on the loop.

There are quite a few but none of them really have good boat parking or electrical hookups. I have gone through each hotel in town to check out the boat parking situation and there just aren't any really good ones. The Best Western on the south side was the best until they removed electrical hookups. The Best Western corporation made the owners remove them. The Econo Lodge that's not too far from the lake exit is one that has somewhat ok parking. You will have to disconnect your trailer for most of the rooms. There is some room to park on the right side and some in the rear but I can't remember if you can pull into the field that's in the rear so you can turn around. If you park in the rear, you will have to run a cord across the parking lot.

Here is a really nice place I have stayed at before. It is has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. One of the rooms has 2 beds. It has a washer and dryer. The living room is good size. The host is really nice and very responsive. It takes about 15-20 minutes to get to the ramp. The only "negative" I can say about the place is its location. It's on the north side of the lake and I live in the Houston area. I didn't want to travel 20 minutes "north" just to shower and pack up then travel another 20 minutes just to get back to my starting point when it was time to come home. That adds another 40 minutes to my trip. I just packed everything the last day & left straight from the lake. Other than that, it was a great place. Also don't take the route Google wants to use from here to the lake. It will want to take you down 779 which is not a good road. It looks faster on the map but it's not. Best to take 21 to 225. The road is much better
https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/369386..._id=75373da8-4aeb-4d9f-bc03-fcfff4fc8649

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Re: where to stay lake Nacogdoches? [Re: Kapnbill] #14414456 07/07/22 09:49 PM
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If you decide to stay in a cheaper motel we'd be glad to let ya put your boat in our yard at night for a couple nights if needed. Enjoy your trip when you come, East Texas is beautiful.


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Re: where to stay lake Nacogdoches? [Re: T-racer @ Mallard Marine] #14414689 07/08/22 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by T-racer @ Mallard Marine
If you decide to stay in a cheaper motel we'd be glad to let ya put your boat in our yard at night for a couple nights if needed. Enjoy your trip when you come, East Texas is beautiful.

That is a nice offer


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Re: where to stay lake Nacogdoches? [Re: Kapnbill] #14414835 07/08/22 01:19 PM
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Check out Eagles Nest Hidden Lake Resort, has a Garrison, TX address but only 5 minutes north of Naconiche. Only 2 cabins but convenient boat parking and hook-up with extension cord. Nice folks.

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