Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Clear Lake Park our New Home

Clear Lake Park is our home for the summer. This is a nice park off the beaten path. Clear Lake Campground is located on the north shores of Lavon Lake. Lake Lavon is located northeast of Dallas, Texas.




Lavon Lake spans 21,400 acres and is a great fishing lake. There are many types of fish such as channel catfish, crappie, striped bass and hybrid bass.
Gate house at entrance of park.




The campground offers 23 sites with water, sewer and electric hookups. Restrooms with hot showers, 2 boat ramps and a group pavilion. Some of the sites are very long and some are short. The sites have a nice distance between them. The cost is $30.00 per night and half price for Golden Access.




The group campground can accommodate 200 people and has toilets reserved solely for group campers. The picnic shelter at the group site comes with electric and water hookups, four cookers, and a campfire ring. There's also a large playing field for sports.



 Most of the camp sites have shade and half are located along the shoreline.



 Of course these pictures are taken in March before the grass and trees are green.

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6 comments:

  1. Looks good. We will be interested to see how you like your summer jobs

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  2. Sherri and I checked this park out last year. We are planning on staying some on the south end of the lake which is closer to our granddaughter.

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  3. Looks nice and reminds me a bit of camping at my fave Lake Somerville COE Park in Texas. Enjoy!

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  4. Sounds like our kind of place. No plans for Texas this summer but let us know how it goes.
    Syl

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  5. Looks like a nice park. I'm sure that once all the leaves are on the trees it will look even nicer.

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  6. We stayed at Pedernales Falls State Park so we could go to Luckenback, TX...The Texas State Parks have a very nice system, and you can buy a park pass for the year and save the entrance fees..Of course, now Den and I are both "elders" (62 and over) and hunt for the Army Corps of Engineer campgrounds. If you get the America the Beautiful pass for $10(good for your lifetime) you get 1/2 price camping..SCORE!!

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