If you are in an RV this is the area at Nocona Lake you will want to check out. Unlike the other two campground which focus more on the tent camper this one has actual RV sites with improvements though they are not waterfront and also area a little small. Sewer and Water are available for a fee in addition to a dump station.
If you are a tent camper they do have these as well so this makes this campground the more busy of the three when it comes to holidays and nice weather.
The facility has grills and picnic tables and though they are not in the best of condition they are more recently replaced that other campgrounds and are sheltered from the hot sun with covers.
This area is the more patrolled of the campsites around the lake so you will have a lot more supervision here and less likely to encounter rogue kids trying to party.
The positives of staying here include a small fishing pier and boat ramp which is better for larger motor boats then some of the other smaller launch ramps. It is pretty clean, the trash isn’t full and is clearly picked up often. The area is very wide open so it is easy to move around in with your boat, trailer or RV.
Now to the negatives. With this being a more populated site it can fill up quickly during nice weather around holidays and with that it can be a little hectic. With this being the most busy boat ramp on public access you will have a lot of in and out traffic.
And lastly, the bathrooms, none of the public facilities are much more than a port a potty, they are a bit odd and not well maintained.
- Grab supplies before coming out to the lake at any number of stores in Nocona. The community itself has a grocery store and several mini-marts which provide pretty much everything you could need. The only place you will find on the way out to the lake isn’t open often and everything seems a little dusty.
- Try geocaching in this area, there are several geocaches which range in size from small sign in only to trinkets. It is a great activity to try with the family and will provide a fun way to get away from the crowds of the lake on a busy weekend.