Nice facilities and views are good from some of them. Great place to camp that is not far from where we live so it is super convenient. A lot of shade.
We brought our PUP here for our first trip as it was close to home. You don’t feel like you are less than a mile from a busy shopping center. The camping area has lots of shade, and many spots are very close to the water. Every RV slot has electric, water, a picnic table, a fire ring, and a grill. There is a playground for the kids, and even a Little Free Library. We did not have to pay the additional entry fee for day use, it was included in our price of renting the RV slot. Ice and firewood are available for purchase from the office.
Convenient for those living in the area. Boat launch is nice as well as the day use pavilion.
This park is in the middle of Highland Village. It is different driving to a campground and weaving through high end city neighborhoods to find the park. The lake is pretty and it is surrounded by huge homes built all around the lake.
The nice thing is there are a lot of amenities, a day use area, and an outfit that rents kayaks. Believe it or not it has hiking trails and equestrian trails in the park. The prices are middle to high range. You have to pay a daily park entrance fee of $10 on top of the $30-35 a day for non-resident campsites. Kayaks are $40 a day or 4 hours for $25.
The day use area is really nice with picnic benches and pavilions. This is a good camp if you care more about amenities then being in the wilderness.
Have family in Denton, and this campground happened to be nearby. Was relying on family member's somewhat cheap gear, but ended up being ok as it is quite a calm campground near the lake. Much of it is paved or lawns with grass cut short. Bathrooms were adequate and some of the campsites are right on the lake. Some sites have shade but others only have shade at the picnic tables.