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North Park

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uedc wrote a review May 2016
San Antonio, Texas159 contributions53 helpful votes
Primitive camp sites. There are no showers nor boat ramps. They do have tables, fire rings, water fountains and vault toliets.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Grant W wrote a review Jul 2014
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii578 contributions51 helpful votes
Only open part of the year North Park at Canyon Lake is a fun place for some shore diving. A handful of items are sunk off the beach for divers to discover. Easy entry with parking/campsites close to the water. We always enjoy a dive or two here as well as across the lake at Holiday Lodge. The Comal River night dives are always full of critters and fish to observe.
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Date of experience: August 2013
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Cyndi S wrote a review Jun 2014
Austin, Texas2 contributions11 helpful votes
Love this place. Its only open Fri, Sat, and Sun. I wish it was open every day. To get to the water you climb down rocks so not for some one with mobility issues.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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Paul H wrote a review Oct 2012
Canyon Lake, Texas27 contributions18 helpful votes
North Park in Canyon Lake Texas is a great place to excercise your scuba skills. With platforms, sunken boats, pick up trucks and motorcycles and depths to 100 feet or more, it is a really nice area to camp and scuba dive. This is a fee paid park but the entrance fees are very low as it is a State Park. Well maintained roads and lake front camping sites very close ot the dive sites and rest rooms located close to the campgrounds, make this a great spot for a week end trip. Being on Canyon Lake, one of the deepest and clearest lakes in Texas is a huge plus. And it doesn't hurt that both Comal and Guadalupe rivers are near by. Therer is a dive shop in Canyon lake fdor your tank fills, rentals or whatever you may need. North Park is a great value.
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Date of experience: September 2012
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Jaynellen K wrote a review Aug 2012
Canyon Lake, Texas17 contributions23 helpful votes
CAMPING ONLY BY PAID GUESTS!!! Hours: 9am -10pm Daily Season: 1 April - 30 September North Park is located on the North side of Canyon Lake Dam on North Park Road. There are 19 campsites (no RV hookups), vault toilets, no showers, no boat ramp. This is a popular scuba diving area.
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Date of experience: August 2012
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