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Murdo , TEXAS

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Most Recent Murdo Camping Reviews
Free, Undeveloped, Next to water

This is my type of campground! It has a Boat Ramp and trash cans. No grills, no picnic tables, some home made fire rings. So if you need hook ups just go to the next campgrounds (most free). If you are equipped to Boondocking then come to this one! You’ll be parking next to the lake, don’t forget to bring your kayak 😉. The dump station is nearby and has potable water (free) and the next campground has bathrooms and hot showers Freeeee! Waking up next to water is priceless!

Nice, Clean, Free, Lake Entry

Nice, Clean and Free. There are two trails nearby. No potable water. Only pit toilets. They do however have picnic tables w/ roof/shade , fire ring pits and grills. Transhcans. Easy access to the water and a boat ramp. Pretty view. However, no potable water.

Great for access to the lake

We camped at site 3 in Harbor Bay. HB3 is in a small loop off the main access road with a vault toilet nearby. The FREE campsite had two other sites close by but no one else was in either of the sites the night we camped. Each site has a covered picnic area, grill, and fire pit. We had a beautiful view of the lake and easily walked down to enjoy the sunset. Other visitors were swimming, but keep in mind that the lake here has muddy access and not a sandy beach.

Good stop for a night

Free camping. arrived on a Sunday and had a large pick of sites. We got a bluffside lake view site. Very pretty! Our site had no hookups, get water at the dump station on tour way in. Sites were a little trashy. We were able to do a short, steep, rocky scramble down to a little beach.

Good prairie to camp

Good place to camp, but usually has huge group of people, if you are not concerned with noise. It is a good place.

Over Crowded , but ok

We came on a Saturday morning were able to find a sweet single back down road ( which was not the best ) but we were fine in our Subaru , everything else in the area was packed in with campers and boats . Our site was small but we car camped and were great ! Great swim area enclosed by brush making nice private area. Major con is no trees for shade ! Free to camp though !!

Tucked away from it all

Tucked into a low valley on the eastern shore of Lake Meredith, this campground offers tons of space for tent and small RV campers, with just a few sites that can accommodate a larger RV. There are several vault toilets and trash receptacles, but no drinking water – so plan accordingly. Sites are FREE and first-come, first-served.

The nearby boat launch is just down the hill, with a huge parking lot (our guess is that the lake gets BUSY in summer), offering some great fishing and water sport opportunities. There were a few hiking and mountain biking trails, more seemed to be on the less developed, western shore of the lake. 

The town of Fritch is less than 3 miles away with a few restaurants and a small grocery store and gas stations. Be sure to check the Alibates National Monument, just 10 miles south of town. It is super cool!