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This is the best place to camp in the immediate Dallas area - nice lake with beach and we’ll kept sites. There are nice group sites in the primitive areas that are more wooded and we like.
Nothing to knock you socks off, but it’s a great campsite close to home and nice for a quick getaway. Has the feel of being somewhat remote since it’s out by the lake.
We’ve camped in the site with the horse stables and put the tents with questionable rain flys in the horse stable.
Place not too bad. Really is just a big parking lot. Parking spots are level and have full hookups. Very nice dog park next door. Eileen helped me on phone. Was very nice. Her number is 817-609-9509. Good for an overnight stop. Near Lockheed Airforce Base so planes flying over.
We stayed here seven days, we could not hike because of all the rain, The trails were closed￼ , the mud over here really sticks to your shoes so it’s not a good idea or fun at all to hike, so we did the few little areas including roads , nice rock paths that were not muddy. We had a good location big and private, we enjoyed it.
We needed to do some repairs to our truck after a hell storm, we need to be around the Dallas, Garland, McKinney area, and this is a perfect location, quiet, but yet close to everything we needed, there are three parks we were at the newer park, so little trees at the moment, gravel, but the staff is great￼￼, it’s quiet. Nice laundry room with everything that works great. The Wi-Fi was not good that would be my only complaint.there’s a good little barbecue place not far, will be back when we need to go back and visit family in the garland area.
It must have been nice at some point but it's obvious budget cuts and other priorities have taken its toll. Bad roads into and thru the park, grass in bad need of cutting, garbage (glass bottles and dirty diapers) on the "beach".
Sites are fairly well dispersed with water and electric at each. Be careful though, because the asphalt is crumbling and man u have ankle-breaking drop offs between the parking pad and the picnic table.