The Great Outdoors


North of Pittsburg

Five lakes are located within a short drive from Pittsburg. Water skiing, boating, camping, and fishing are popular activities for locals and visitors. Trophy bass, catfish, and crappie at Lake Bob Sandlin, Cypress Lake, Monticello Lake, Welsh Lake, and Lake of the Pines.


Peaches, Blackberries & Blueberries

Camp County is one of the top peach-producing areas in Texas. Blueberries and blackberries are also grown here. Roadside stands, including Efurds Orchards and McPeak Orchards from mid-May to mid-October. You will also find a selection of peaches, berries, melons, fresh vegetables, jams, jellies, syrups, and gift baskets.

Texas Forest Trails

SH 11, FM 557 & FM 21

We are located at the northernmost part of the Texas Historical Commissions’s Texas Forest Trail. The best viewing for fall foliage is from mid-October through mid-November. Blue and white trail signs mark the region. Routes are found along with SH 11, FM 557, and FM 21.


Princedale Country Club

646 TX-11

Our moderate climate allows year-round golfing. Princedale Country Club in Pittsburg offers a nine-hole course nestled in rolling hills and pine trees. Although not a public course, Princedale welcomes visitors if no tournament is scheduled.