Fin & Feather Resort sits on a bluff overlooking a large cove on the south west end of Toledo Bend Lake. Built in the late 60’s shortly after construction began on Toledo Bend Lake, Fin & Feather quickly gained the reputation as the “best resort on the lake.” Over the years, the resort went through a number of changes and the new owners are committed to ensuring that Fin & Feather remains one of the best resorts on the Toledo Bend.
None of the RV sites or cabins are directly on the water – two RV sites are very close and have an excellent view – and the majority of the cabins have a great view of the lake from the bluff. All of the roads are paved and large rigs shouldn’t have any trouble getting into any of the RV sites.
The cabins and all of the facilities are very clean and well maintained, the staff is friendly and helpful, and the restaurant food is good. Fin & Feather is peaceful and quite and laid back. The park is kid and pet friendly.
This is a great place to stay to enjoy the lake and explore the area.
We visited Fin & Feather because we wanted to explore and enjoy Toledo Bend Lake - read our review of Toledo Bend Lake to learn more about it. There are some calm peaceful coves to anchor and swim, recreational areas for tubing, skiing, or boarding, and some sandy beaches. If you like to fish, Toledo Bend is the place to be. The lake is full of stumps and as such there are buoys running in all directions that boats should stay within to avoid the stumps.
On the Louisiana side of the lake, just south of Many is an excellent golf course - Cypress Bend Golf Course - and a must play if you're in the area.
We asked a number of people what there is to see and do nearby and the typical response was go fishing! Hemphill (antiques and a museum) is the closest and Lufkin, and Nacogdoches aren't that far if you need restaurants or shopping or other attractions.
Lufkin, Many, Nacogdoches, and Jasper have some very good golf courses - use this East Texas Golf Map to find a course and read our review.
Fin & Feather is in the heart of Sabine National Forest which is good for hiking, biking, and bird watching - try the 28 mile Trail Between the Lakes for some nature hiking.
And beautiful Sam Rayburn Reservoir is fairly close is you want to explore another lake. Read our review of Sam Rayburn to learn more about it.