Dispersed camping south of Buckboard Marina.
Serene, private, remote yet accessible and mosquitos.
First, I will start with this… there are spiders. Like a lot of them. They set up all over everything overnight and it takes about two hours to get them off of everything the next morning. If you hate spiders do not come here because it is kind of nightmarish. We only stayed two nights because after the third morning I couldn’t deal with the spiders anymore.
The reservoir is gorgeous and clear. It looks so sapphire blue during the day. The weather was perfect. Hot during the day so the cold water felt amazing and cool enough at night to have amazing beach fires. Wind can be brutal. No shade so make sure you have a canopy. So many sites all over the area you just need to drive around to find one away from sooo many people. Public restrooms too but moths live in them which is just about as nightmarish as the spiders.
Good for a couple of days.
Great dispersed camping. Beautiful views and we were able to launch our paddle board right from the shore. Homemade fire pits worked well.
Not bad, lake side and junk, people and their boats can be annoying, but it’s decent fishing and stuff. We just hung out and fished, swam, and kayaked!