125 acres 7 water and electric RV sites (RESERVATIONS ONLY)
Electric RV camping and tent camping (FIRST COME FIRST SERVE) RV Sewage dumping/Water fill up station Beaches and Swimming Picnic Tables Fire Pits Boat and Jet Ski launch Public restrooms (No Showers)
Great get away. Not a lot of hiking trains but clean with good beach and huge grassy areas for kids and camp fires
One of those, you get what you pay for kind of places. The facilities are there. They aren't great, but at least they are permenant. The lake is there, it's not super pretty but it's also closer to college station and Bryan than anywhere else.
While the camp spots are few, this area gets extra points for its walking/running/biking trails. The park is open 365 days of the year and is first-come, first-serve on sites. Only $10 for the night. Check out the Lakeside Icehouse for events and live music throughout the year. Now the trails: ~20 miles through the trees with well-marked signs to guide you. Maps can be found here: https://brazosvalleymountainbikeassociation.wordpress.com/lake-bryan-trail-maps. Several local triathletes train in open water here as well. Outside of peak concert/event times, this is an ideal area for a quiet getaway.