This recreation area is part of Lewisville Lake
A little pricey $42-$50. No laundry and the showers are like old high school showers. Nice grounds and it's right on Lake Lewisville. Staff is friendly. Online won't let you reserve next day. Call for availability.
Here’s a pic of my rig in spot 44b at Hidden Cove Park this past Saturday. This is a private run campground for tents and RVs. They also have cabins and a bunkhouse for rent. Great full service restaurant and marina where you can rent all types of water toys. Had a great time and I’ll return soon.
We go here when we went to stay close to home. We’ve stayed in the tent area and the RV area. Both are always clean and the staff is always friendly. Great place!!
The Turkey Loop left us less than impressed. The outer sites are more tree'd and private, while the inner spots have little to no trees or privacy. We switched to Bobcat Lane and were thoroughly impressed. Lots of trees and the sites were spaced apart. Also near a trail head. They are still in the process of building cabins and group quarters, they look like they'll be fantastic once completed! The hike wasn't much to write home about, but for being so close to home, we couldn't complain! Their day use area on the lake was quite busy, but the 'beach' gave the kids a great way to cool off and burn off some energy.
Overall, the park is nice. Most Sites appear to be good size (at least those near our site). Has store onsite for drinks, snacks, etc. Ability to rent paddle boards and kayaks at the park to enjoy the lake. The beach area left a bit to be desired, but it does provide access to the lake. Allows pets, as long as they are kept on a leash.
Stayed here as a group traveling to the Frisco, Texas area for a college football game. We spent 2 nights in a RV. Was within close distance to where we were attending the football game. We stayed in the off season (winter months) and met our needs. Note, we were basically looking for a place to park the RV to sleep and spend the night while in the area and didn't want to stay in a Walmart parking lot. Didn't utilize the lake but looks like a nice man made lake. Would stay again if in the area.
I stayed at several campgrounds on Lake Lewisville, but I Hidden Cove was the best. It has a huge marina and restaurant. The campsites are pretty and have a decent amount of room. The bathrooms are not all conveniently spaced but overall it is a nice campground.
One of the things that sets it apart from the other campgrounds is that there are several cabins that you can rent. They are basically structures that keep you out of the elements, but it is a good place to set up a cot and have a nice night of sleep.
There are rentals for kayaks, paddle boards, etc. If you like camping and enjoying the Lake, go visit Hidden Cove.