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About Hickory Creek

Hickory Creek sits on the extremely popular Lewisville Lake near Dallas, Texas. The almost 30,000-acre reservoir attracts a fair amount of visitors in summer months with warm water temperatures and excellent fishing opportunities.

Recreation

Visitors at Lewisville Lake enjoy picnicking, swimming, boating, fishing and relaxing. Photographers will stay entertained with wildlife and colorful sunsets, while hikers and bikers like to explore the 50 miles of natural surface and paved trails surrounding the lake.

Facilities

The large campground boasts 121 sites with electric hookups. Tent primitive walk-in sites are not available at this time. Park amenities include hot showers, a dump station, and boat ramp.

Natural Features

The lake stems from the Elm Fork of the Trinity River in northern Texas, and offers little visibility, but plenty of room for boating and watercraft.

The park sits on the Hickory Creek Arm of Lewisville Lake, very near to the suburbs of Dallas, Texas.

Nearby Attractions

Several public golf courses are located around the lake, and horseback riding opportunities are available, too. Hickory Creek is just 35 miles away from downtown Dallas.

ADA Access: N

Sites
132
Price
$14.00 - $30.00
Operator
US Army Corps of Engineers
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Firewood Available
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Hickory Creek is located in Texas
Latitude
33.1039 N
Longitude
-97.0433 W
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Directions
Due to construction on the I-35E bridge, the directions to the campground have changed if approaching from the north. Take I-35E south to Exit 460 - Meadow Oaks Rd/ Corinth Parkway. Stay on the I-35E access road heading south, go through the red light at Swisher Rd. Turn right onto Ventana Rd, go to the stop sign and turn left onto Point Vista Road. The campground is 1201 Point Vista Road, Hickory Creek, TX 75065.
2 Reviews of Hickory Creek
Tent Camping

Since the primitive tent sites are down due to flooding, we set up our tent on a nice RV spot near the lake (site 9). If you drive around, you’ll find some good spots like this for tent camping. A little expensive at $30 per night, but it was still worth it. Pretty water. Gorgeous sunset. Good fire pit. Running water and electricity was nice.

Only complaint: our neighbors a couple sites down were blasting music until 1am. Not a peaceful experience for sleeping. I wish the park attendants would have stopped them sooner, as the official quiet time is 10pm. Otherwise, excellent spot!

First to Review
Absolutely awesome

The park has undergone some repairs and maintenance but we love camping here. Peaceful and lots of wildlife so close to home.