It’s a popular and busy campground. We have a 30’ travel trailer. Our site was under some pine trees. We were there in March so we didn’t do much outside. It was cool and breezy that time of year. The staff was courteous and helpful. In better weather and time of year, you need to make reservations early.
Look, I found this campground by total accident following signs. There is so much construction around Lewisville Lake it is difficult to get where you want to go. There are better parks around Lewisville Lake like Pilot Knoll Park.
This is mostly for RV's and camper trailers. There are a few tent sites near the beach but you are surrounded by baseball fields and city parks. It has a shower house and a laundry facility, but the campsites are stacked on top of each other.
The campground staff was very helpful.