No access to drive to the actual site so I couldn’t use my RTT but it’s a short walk from where you park. Really nice park right on the lake, but it does get a bit crowded. We arrived on a Saturday around noon and took what seemed to be the last spot. Really nice, secluded campground for being so close to suburbs. Great for hammocking, kayaking, paddle boarding etc.
Sycamore bend is on the west side of I-35E at the South end of Sycamore Bend Road. The park has a good pavilion with a basketball hoop and good playground equipment. The park has a boat launch and a pier to tie off. This park only has primitive camping with several camping sites along the shores of Lake Lewisville. This park is leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and operated by the Town of Hickory Creek. They charge $7 a night (pretty inexpensive) with a maximum 3 days. This camp site is very popular with the boy and cub scout troops in the North Dallas Metroplex area. So if you looking for a nice quite place to commune with nature this may not be your cup of tea. There are some good hiking trails and a lot of wildlife from water fowl, deer and woodpeckers. There are no water or electricity connections. Hold your breadth while using the toilet or the closest Walmart is 2 miles away at the intersection of I-35E and Teasley Dr.