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Amidst towering trees and offering waterfront views, the Lewisville Lake Park Campground is a family-friendly RV park in North Texas. It’s less than an hour’s drive from the heart of Dallas and Fort Worth while being on the doorstep of several waterfront parks and nature preserves.
RV camping at the Lewisville Lake Park Campground includes access to a range of water/electric sites that are all just a short stroll from the water. There are two restroom blocks and shower facilities for campers to utilize, as well as coin-operated washers and dryers if you need to catch up on your laundry. Additional amenities include a free dumping station and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Directly east of the Lewisville Lake Park Campground is the LLELA Nature Preserve, which was established in the early 1990s to preserve this lakefront tract of land. Begin at the visitor center to learn about the native ecosystem and check what ranger-led activities are on offer or explore along one of the four hiking trails. The LLELA Nature Preserve includes areas of prairies, bottomland hardwood forests, and wetlands that provide vital habitat for white-tailed deer, bobcats, and several waterfowl species. Aside from the exceptional birding on offer, the preserve is also popular with anglers, particularly along the Elm Fork of the Trinity River.
Lewisville Lake is home to several other parks and reserves, including Hidden Cove Park and Wynnwood Park along the eastern shore. Wynnwood Park encompasses 600 acres of green space and a public golf course, as well as a three-mile-long shorefront trail that accesses the park’s bird-filled wetlands. On the western edge of the lake is Westlake Park and Willow Grove Park, both of which are popular settings for fishing, swimming, and hiking.
Directly north of Lewisville Lake is Ray Roberts Lake State Park, which centers around a 29,350-acre reservoir between Pilot Point and Sanger. It’s a popular destination for fishing, with largemouth bass, crappie, white bass, and catfish all for the taking. There are several boat ramps for getting out on the water, a fishing pier, and a fish cleaning station, as well as a full-service marina that rents vessels and sells bait. On land, you can stretch your legs along the 20-mile multi-use Greenbelt Corridor that connects Ray Roberts Lake with Lewisville Lake. While some of the trail is designated for hikers and bikers only, around 12 miles are also accessible to horse riders. If you’re visiting in the summer months, you can cool off after your hike with a swim in the waters of Ray Roberts Lake from one of the beach areas.
Campsites at Lewisville Lake Park Campground are just ten minutes' drive from the center of Lewisville, where you’ll find several supermarkets for stocking up on groceries. There are also gas stations in the immediate vicinity where you can fill up your RV rental and a wide variety of fast-food restaurants, eateries, and cafes.
If you’re looking for something to do after dark, head to the Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater, where live concerts, dance performances, and plays are regularly held. Lewisville is also home to plenty of family-friendly attractions, ranging from escape rooms to a trampoline park and an indoor paintball facility. A highlight is undoubtedly the local water park that’s home to wave pools, water slides, a lazy river, and a toddler-friendly water playground.
Camping at Lewisville Lake Park Campground is also a good base for exploring Frisco, which sprawls along the eastern edge of the lake. You can delve into the local history at the Frisco Heritage Museum, where you’ll find a replica jail, blacksmith shop, and railroad depot, or head to the National Videogame Museum, which boasts an impressive collection of rare gaming consoles and arcade machines. If you’re an art enthusiast, don’t miss a visit to the Frisco Art Gallery, where you’ll find rotating exhibits by both local and international artists or visit the impressive Texas Sculpture Garden. It houses the most extensive private collection of contemporary sculptures in the state and several water features within picturesque, landscaped grounds.
Baseball fans can catch a game at Dr. Pepper Ballpark, where the Frisco RoughRiders compete in the minor league. It’s famed for its Choctaw Lazy River above the right-field where punters can watch all the action while being immersed in water. Also not to miss is Frisco Commons Park, which features several walking trails, a wooden playground, and a central pond, with the park hosting a bi-monthly stargazing event hosted by the Texas Astronomical Society.
Whether you want to get active in the lakeside parks or explore the museums of Lewisville and Frisco, book an RV rental in Denton County and start planning your next vacation.