very quiet at night.large parking with some campsites/tables bbq. $10 per person entry plus the cost of the site: $ 10 primative, $20 water/elec. This is a city park and they do not honor the Texas annual pass.
Several sites down narrow unpaved roads.
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I LOVED this campground. I arrived after they closed so I self-register and ended up staying 3 nights!Report Check-In
After a long drive across windy flat part of TX this spot is beautiful spot.Report Check-In
Primitive sits are pretty quite and secluded. 10 for the night at self serve kiosk.Report Check-In
Great area for camping next to the lake. Windy. $10 to get in and $10 to camp for a total of $20 for the night. Good views in the morning. All of the cacti are dead from the freeze.Report Check-In
The prices are higher than listed so we left. $10 per person + $10 for a primitive site.Report Check-In
stay here! there are many secluded campsites down their own small roads before you reach the boat ramp area. you need to acquire a permit from the office at entry. we arrived after hours and used the self pay digital kiosk. sign on the front says primitive camping $10, electric $20. the kiosk only gave the option to buy a $15 day pass so we did to cover our butts. we chose campsite 31. fire pit, covered picnic table, trash bins and incredible view. very worth it.Report Check-In
Got here around 7:00 on a Sunday night. Self check in, credit card accepted. Not very even ground or large spots but secluded and quiet. I love being on the water.Report Check-In