Hidden gem of campground with very large sites, good distance between them and right on Lake Livingston.
This campground has plenty of shaded sites with plenty of space for walking pets, riding bicycles or just fishing.
Used to tent camp there then finally got a TT and it was amazing! Got a premium spot, plenty of room, park rangers were nice and a constable patrolled ever so often.
We’ve stayed here quite a few times. Love the lakefront sites. Clean bathrooms and showers. This park is closed to the general public on weekends, so even if it is filled with campers, things are usually pretty calm and quiet.
If you want to enjoy a wonderful lake front getaway this is the park for you. Some spots are right on the water and the atmosphere is wonderful. They have a guarded gate and cute store in the park. The bathroom/showers are very clean and well kept. Do not worry about the month you decide to go, as there are plenty of trees. Also features a playground and designated swimming area. Fun!
Wolf Creek Park is well maintained with many nice shady campsites. Sites have water and electricity and some have sewer hookups. There’s a central dump station available as well. There’s a nice swimming area, playground and boat ramp with fuel for purchase. You can rent paddle boats, canoes and paddle boards, play miniature golf and purchase basic supplies from the park store. The park allows parking of extra vehicles on the grass adjacent to your site, so there’s room for your boat or extra vehicles.
Spent holiday weekend with the family. Bicycling, Swimming, Fishing, putt putt golf. The kids loved the park and the golf. I have been camping here since I was a child and now get to share the same experience with my kids.