Buffalo Springs Lake is a tranquil oasis located in Lubbock, TX. It remains open to the public year-round and provides fantastic opportunities for camping in an RV amidst the beautiful nature of West Texas. The campground here offers easy access to the lake, so it is an ideal spot for travelers to settle in to enjoy the many recreational activities available in the water and surrounding landscape.Park your RV rental under one of Buffalo Springs Lake's large shady trees and take advantage of the facility’s modern services. The facility features water, electric, and sewer hookups with 20/30/50 amps available. Many of the sites can accommodate big travel trailers. Amenities at Buffalo Springs Lake include an onsite dump station and restrooms with showers. This is a great place to bring pets; doggies are allowed on the premises as long as they’re kept on leashes.Should you choose to plan your next motorhome camping trip here, keep in mind campsites at Buffalo Springs Lake are first come, first serve, and sites tend to fill up quickly during the holidays and on weekends. There is a designated area that is reserved just for primitive tent camping. Pitch a tent or set up base camp in an RV rental in any of the other available areas and get ready to enjoy a relaxing getaway on the shores of the lake.
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Buffalo Springs Lake is a popular place for swimming, boating, and fishing. During your lakeside retreat, cool off from the Texas sun on a hot day with a refreshing dip in the water from the swimming beach. If its rest and relaxation you’re after, you’ll find that the several lakeside beaches offer perfect settings for lounging by day or watching sunsets in the evenings.Boating enthusiasts will find a boat ramp at Buffalo Springs Lake, which welcomes motorized and non-motorized watercraft. Fans of jetskiing will find plenty of opportunities here. If you’d like to explore the waters at a slower pace, head over to the West end of the spacious lake, which is a designated area for paddling around in a kayak, canoe, rowboat, or paddleboat.Fishing is another favorite pastime for Buffalo Springs Lake campers. The lake is well stocked, and anglers often cast a line here for various fish species, including Bass, Carp, Crappie, Catfish, or Striper. You’ll be welcome to try your luck at all of the open areas of lake shoreline, except for the bridge next to the Marina (where you’ll be able to find all kinds of lake rentals).After you set up your campsite at Buffalo Springs Lake, stretch your legs with a hike on 55 acres of scenic nature trails. Bring binoculars and see if you can spot some of the hundreds of diverse wildlife species that habitat in this area. Another way to explore the land is by renting a dirt bike, ATV, or other offroad vehicles to trek 13 miles of terrain in a scenic area that overlooks the lake. These trails can be accessed directly from the campground.
With an RV rental at Buffalo Springs Lake, you won’t need to travel far to come across entertainment and supplies right near your campsite. There are opportunities to unwind by playing a round of golf at the small course situated around the campgrounds. If you’re running low on snacks and other camping items, pop over to the Lakeside Grocery, which happens to be conveniently located right outside the lake and is also a great place to pick up a fishing license.When you book an RV in Lubbock County, you’ll be near a number of local attractions in the city of Lubbock, the county seat and a bustling cultural epicenter in Western Texas. This city has a rich musical heritage, so no matter what type of music you prefer, you’ll find a wide variety of live concerts and festivals at a number of indoor/outdoor venues.If you’re a lover of art and creativity, you’ll definitely want to make this city a destination on your road trip. Lubbock is one of the first Cultural Districts recognized by Texas, and there are more than 2,300 events that happen here throughout each year. Between the world’s largest windmill museum, the National Ranching Heritage Center, and many more landmarks, there are plenty of fascinating historical sites to discover here.Before you move on from Buffalo Springs Lake, do some tasting at one of the area’s multiple award-winning wineries or pick up souvenirs at the local shops. As you’re making the rounds in your new rental RV and are seeking out more urban activities, consider driving just under an hour away from Lubbock to the city of Plainview, TX.