Amazing view, fire place to grill water available. Has toilet. Also you can camp at lake beach. This will be a next plan.
While there is no camping anywhere in the park, it does have a lot of recreational things happening in all corners. The “lake” is part of a larger controlled water way that is part of Lubbock Lake Park complex. The main entrance off of Broadway Ave is poorly maintained by the city (like many others around LBK) but once inside there are a multitude of things to do.
Frisbee golf. A very large and meandering course through trees, grass, bridges and a floating island, it plays host to tournaments often.
Canyon Run Dog Park. Do happy the city finally made this happen. Two sides of the same fenced area equal more than 5 acres of well maintained doggy play area. Huge old Oaks provide plenty of shelter with benches scattered about.
Fishing galore in the lake. Busy all day long and stocked frequently. 4th of July fishing derby packs the lake.
Joyland. A dated but busy amusement park is open late spring through mid fall.
Scattered trails with signs giving length and direction can be found often through large trees areas and open grass areas.
Baseball, softball, golf and a Prairie Dog Town can be found in the N and NE corners.
Great place every campsite has great views looking over the lake .. staff is friendly and helpful has great beach that can take vehicle down onto and kids can play in water and can pull boat right up to beach. Other plus here is the ohv park miles of trails for dirt bikes,quads ,utvs. Great fishing also