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About North Shore Park - Lake Bastrop
Operator
County
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
North Shore Park - Lake Bastrop is located in Texas
Latitude
30.166 N
Longitude
-97.28 W
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5 Reviews of North Shore Park - Lake Bastrop
Lovely little getaway

Stayed here Oct 20th for the REI Women’s campout. Lovely place. Nice little lake. Clean restrooms. Don’t think I’d swim here. Well kept park with hiking trails.

nice lake

bad intersection, nice park, spent new years here

Lake Bastrop + Amenities + Peace

Lake Bastrop North Shore Park Park is managed by the Lower Colorado River Authority. There’s a office at the entrance were one can pay your admission fee. Or if you arrive late, there is a self paying station that’s available 24 hours 7 days a week. At the small office one may buy ice, drinks and souveniers.

This campground has a number of sites for RVs with full hook ups. There is a sewage dump station in the center of the park. Also, there are traditional car camping spots with drive up parking spaces, picnic tables, fire rings, grills and water and electrical hook-ups. There are restroom facilities are scattered throughout the park. At the far end of the park there are campgrounds for primitive camping. These have more basic amenities - there is an open space, community fire pit, community grill and some picnic tables.

Not too far from the primitive campground there is a trail that leads to a nice view of Lake Bastrop. There’s also a community space in the center of the park which has, picnic tables, a fishing pier, open water access and an area that is roped off for swimming.

This park is distinguished from the Lake Bastrop South Shore Park because it tends to attract campers with more basic needs. I would say that there are fewer families, less crowds and more peace and quiet.

I found the staff to be nice and friendly.

Sites are a bit tight; daily entrance fee not disclosed

It's a bit ridiculous that you have to pay both a daily entrance fee, plus your nightly site fee at Texas state parks.

The camping itself was ok. A bit confusing trying to find where you needed to go. Boat launch area looks like camping area.

RIght by the lake, good for recreation.

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Chill fishing spot

Though not as big or as nice as its big sister, South Shore Park, this LCRA park has campsites, great bass fishing, and a measure of quiet. Good alternative when South Shore is busy or booked up.