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Canyon Lake Texas Camping Guide(Map, Prices, Pics)

Here is a map showing places to camp near Canyon Lake:

Map data ©2020 Google

  • Canyon Park, primitive camping

  • Potters Creek Park

  • R and R Campground

  • Canyon Lake Northshore RV Park

  • Lake Pointe RV Resort

  • Comal Park

  • JBSA Recreation Park

  • North Park

  • Yogi Bears Jellystone

  • Lazy L and L campground

  • Creek Hollow Cabins and RV Park

  • Canyon Overlook Park

  • Canyon Lake RV Park

  • Cranes Mill Park

Here is a table showing the cost to camp each night:

Place Tent per night RV per night On the water

Canyon Park, primitive camping, 150 sites

$12.00 No Yes

Potters Creek Park

$24.00 $30.00 Yes

North Park

$12.00 No Yes

Cranes Mill Park

$24.00 $30.00 Yes

R and R Campground

$30.00 $40.00 No

Lake Pointe RV Resort

No Yes

JBSA Recreation Park

No $25.00 Yes

Yogi Bears Jellystone Hill Country

$54.00 $57.00 No

Lazy L and L campground

$30.00 $50.00 Yes

Creek Hollow Cabins and RV Park

NO $33.00 NO

Canyon Lake RV Park

No $59.00 No
Prices checked June, 2020
Average cost: $26.00 $41.00

These prices are close to national average.

 

 

My favorite place to go camping is Cranes Mill Park campground at Canyon Lake.

This is a picture from my recent trip. The campgrounds are on a peninsula surrounded by the lake. There is a marina near so you can rent or launch your own boat. I usually bring a kayak.

Here is link to more info and reservations: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/234726

It has awesome fishing and recreational boating. Each site has water and electrical. It costs $24 per night.

It is super clean and has real bathroom with showers. The site is heavily patrolled by staff and sheriff.

Note: If you leave after 10pm the gate is locked and will not let you in, so you have to park at gate and walk in.

They are open year around with 64 spots, accept tent  and RVs each in own area.

Pro tip: make your reservation a month ahead of time as they fill up fast.

 

Here is a picture of the RV area:

 

 

 

Campsite 50, fall 2020.

 

Water skiing.

 

Fishing peer.

 

Water and electrical hookups for tent campsites.

 

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