Lewisville Lake Park

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breakingcurrent
37 contributions
We drove through the gates with a $10 entry fee. The park has many open spaces with lots of picnic areas. There are playgrounds and areas for group sports. Even cricket! Be aware there are some areas which would be soggy with heavy rainfall. A nice place to take the kids to run off that energy.
Written January 3, 2021
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arokiasavio
Grenada, MS5 contributions
It was very easy to book the rooms. The tariff was not that much expensive, rather it was moderate. The reception was very good. I appreciate the hospitality. It was very very easy to locate the hotel. The room was very clean. Corvid 19 restrictions were very much followed.
Written January 21, 2021
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Tracy K
Lewisville, TX78 contributions
Family
Lewisville Lake Park is huge. It's big enough that it deserves the name of a forgotten politician. In fact, the whole lake needs a name like all the other lakes in the area. The problem with this park not having a distinctive name is that nobody knows where it is. Google Maps just put it on the map in the right place. Let's call it Billy Bob Smith Lake Park.

Because nobody knows it's there, it's almost never crowded except maybe on fishing tournament weekends. Half the park is run by the city and is free to access. The other part is run by the Corps of Engineers and has an entrance fee if you drive a vehicle in or you go camping.

The campground is on a little hill. It's for campers and tents and is wooded with tall trees.

The swimming beach is at the far end of the park at the very end of Lake Park Road. People don't notice it and they go swimming at other places in the park where it's muddy. The beach itself is sandy. It's not sandy like a beach in Jamaica but it is sand and not rocks or mud. Depending on the water level you can walk out from the shore in the water a long way. The beach has a playground nearby and has a restroom but no lifeguard and no store or vending machines. Some people fish nearby and some parasail in that area.

The frisbee golf course is accessible outside the entrance to the main part of the park. To get to the main part of the park you have to pay $10 per vehicle. You can park at the baseball and soccer field parking lots on Lake Park Road and walk into the park though.

There are two golf courses. One is 18 hole and has a clubhouse and a lighted driving range that stays open until about 8:00 or 9:00 at night. A bucket of balls is about $12. They do run out of balls if you get to the driving range late when the weather's good. The other course is 9 holes and is lighted at night. You can join their plan and pay by the month and then the driving range balls are included in the monthly fee. A lot of people bring their whole family to the 9 hole course because there are times when kids play free. The 9 hole course also has batting cages.

The park is very relaxing and great place for a picnic, walking, stargazing, or bike riding. It's about 5 minutes from I-35 and easy to get to.
Written April 10, 2013
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Jennisqueeze
Dallas, Texas, United States41 contributions
The campground does not have dumps at the sites; the shower house/restrooms are closed. Although we were told we had access to the (high fee) park areas, we were threatened by a park ranger for enjoying the sunset. The park closes at 5:00pm. I called the parks dept for more information and was treated rudely and dismissively by Kyndel Prosero.
Yes the park hours are posted. No, I don’t wear a watch on vacation. Sad that Lewisville personnel need to make threats.
Written November 9, 2020
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Richard f
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We called and asked all pertinent questions about amenities and were told they had Bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities. We arrive for our reservation and as we are paying we are told when I ask where the showers are that they are currently closed due to COVID-19. We talked 2 days earlier and had not been told this. We tell them that is not what we were told and had cancelled a reservation elsewhere. We told them we were not staying and then are told we would be charged for the time reserved and then would be reimbursed later. This left us scrambling to find another site at 4pm. Fat chance. Beware when making reservations here as they mislead us. If we do not get reimbursed we will contact our lawyer.
Written December 7, 2020
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rgjames006
3 contributions
Seemed semi-nice at first. We specifically asked 4 a campsite with capability to have a ground fire. Gave us a site area with no ground fires allowed, after re-assuring site was. Also, assured us a near-by restroom we had children with us. And YES, there were restrooms...boarded up & CLOSED! We ate, let kids play a little and then left, what a JOKE !!!
Written November 1, 2013
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Bkbenoit
St. Pete Beach, FL468 contributions
Couples
We stayed in our Motor Home and was pleasantly surprised at how scenic this park is! Great access to the waterfront and very quiet atmosphere. Beautiful pine trees, plenty of walking areas, golf, ball fields, and geocaching. The rates were minimal. The staff, however, were not friendly nor personable. In fact, they were borderline rude for no reason. It's a shame such a lovely campsite has unhappy employees. They did not make a good first impression on arrival. We will return but we hope these people have retired.
Written April 17, 2013
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Roger T
Lewisville, TX24 contributions
Family
Decent site with camping available for a fee, Lots of baseball fields but they are only available for league play under warnings of tresspassing. 18 hole golf course and driving range backing up to the lake with reasonable prices.
Written November 12, 2013
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Evandro Gueiros P
Everett, WA574 contributions
Family
This is one of the huge and gorgeous man made lakes in Texas that touches several cities such as Frisco, Little Elm, Lewisville, etc. The lake is an immense reservoir area for fishing and boating, with some recreational areas and beaches.
Written August 14, 2019
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MsSing
Portales, NM29 contributions
Couples
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the Lake Park campground, run by the city. Clean, quiet, well maintained. We head this way a few times a year to visit family, and since we live full time in our motorhome, we are always looking for places to stay in it. This is our favorite one in this area.
Written March 18, 2019
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