Canyon Lake Marina & Campground
PThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Dec. 6, 2021

Loud but beautiful

The campground itself was decent. Clean, basic spots with fire pit and picnic table. Fairly level, very little shade. We were in spot 135 which was a higher price because it was "waterfront" but all of the spots were pretty much waterfront so really not worth the extra money. The spots on the west end had grass and trees so they were actually nicer. If you're into kayaking or paddle boarding this is a great place to go. If you go to the east it's super quiet and calm and it goes back quite far. No boats go back there, it's peaceful and gorgeous. That was our favorite part of the trip. The drive to get there was a little scary in the RV, the turns on the 88 were very tight so you have to go super slow, but it's doable. We have a 25 ft motorhome, but there were much bigger rvs there too. At night there was a lot of noise from the road,seems like the 88 is the place to go on a motorcycle and they fly by at high speeds until about 10:30 at night. Super annoying cause it's loud but it at least didn't go too late. We also did the Dolly Steamboat dinner cruise and the food was amazing and the scenery was beautiful. No sewer hookup or dump station but you can pay $20 for a pump out. All in all a good place to stay.

  • kayaking the east end of the lake
  • our view from the edge of our campsite
  • sitting net to our RV
  • spot 135
  • kayaking east end of the lake
  • Dolly Steamboat
  • view of 4 peaks from the steamboat
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