Camp County

Camp county is in upper east Texas and Pittsburg is the county seat. Camp county is the third smallest county in Texas in the East Texas timberlands and is heavily forested. The terrain is nearly level to hilly; undulating to rolling. You will find 6 major lakes in the county. Altitude is 236-538 ft. Area cities, towns and unincorporated areas in Camp county are: Ebenezer, Leesburg, Newsome, Pittsburg and Rocky Mound.

Pittsburg TX

Pittsburg is in Camp county at US Highway 271. The town is 3.3 square miles. Zip code area is 75686. For information about the Pittsburg Independent School District, click here

Two Adirondack chairs sitting on a wooden pier facing the calm water of a lake in Muskoka, Ontario Canada. A cottage nestled between trees is visible in background.

Pittsburg county area lakes are: Lake Bob Sandlin

Bob Sandlin Lake is located on Big Cypress Creek 5 miles southwest of Mount Pleasant in Titus, Camp, and Franklin counties. The lake is 9,004 acres, maximum depth is 65.6 feet, impounded 1977. The conservation pool elevation is 337.5 feet above mean sea level. Fluctuation is about 2–3 feet annually. The water authority is Titus County Fresh Water Supply District.

Monticello Lake

is 2,001 acres with a maximum depth of 40 feet and water controlling authority is TXU.

Highland Club Lake

is a small fishing club lake in Pittsburg.

Lake O'The Pines

is 19,780 acres with a maximum depth 49.5 feet 25 miles northeast of Longview in Marion, Morris, Upshur, and Camp counties. Water controlling authority is US Army Corp of Engineers.

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