If you are looking to soak in nature…Nope. Though it does have a nice pretty lake and some nice cliff backdrops.
If you are looking for quiet…nope
If you are looking for cheap…nope. I booked online for $17 and then had to pay $16 entry fee on top of that. For a primitive campground.
If you are looking for space or privacy…nope. Especially the RVs are crammed tight. We lucked into the biggest spot in the place.
If you are looking for a place to have a party/gathering in a nice outdoor spot, this could be your place. Dogs running around. ATVs about. Ice Cream trucks and vendors selling roasted corn. Quiet hours that don’t start until 11 pm. Live music and stereos playing music of all types. Kids running, screaming and scootering through every camp site.
If you are looking for that - and there isn’t anything wrong with it if you are - this is a good spot.
And if you are looking for that, I don’t think you will find nicer people. Everyone has been super friendly and meeting folks has actually been my favorite thing about this spot.
Overall, a pretty nice place to camp. Sites are clean and maintained. Same for public facilities. Marina, and restaurant at the boat ramps with live music on the weekends, in the warmer months. Fishing is pretty decent too. Place does get pretty packed on holidays, and tends to get alil rowdy and loud.
lake, fishing, swimming, side by side trail. great place to relax
Very well maintained camp sites and lake, the perfect place to get away from it all.
Buffalo Sprinfs Lake and it’s campground is a nice place near Lubbock to get away. My high school “outdoors club” enjoys coming here to hike on the trails, kayak the lake, and camp. There are fire pits, bathrooms with running water, and a Marina restaurant on site. The Lubbock area is scarce on beauty, but this campground will at least wet your whistle until you can go some place nicer/farther away.