Lewisville Lake Park Campground Good Sam Verified Campground

1900 Kingfisher Dr., Lewisville, TX 75057

Good Sam Verified Campground
(3 reviews) 3.7 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
(3 reviews) 3.7 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
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Address

1900 Kingfisher Dr.
Lewisville, TX, 75057

Open all year

Contact

Cards Accepted

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Facility

Type: Public Park
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Day Max Stay (28)
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 92
Site length (Max length): 60 (60)
Paved sites: 67
Gravel sites: 25
Pull-thru size: 25 x 60
Pull-thrus: 7
Back-in size: 25 x 60
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of water: 92
Number of electric: 92
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Fire rings
Fire rings

Swimming
Lake
Body of water: Lewisville Lake
Golf
Playground
Golf
Playground
Fishing
Boat ramp
Boat ramp

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Boating
Marina
Kayaking / canoeing
Kayaking / canoeing

3.6 (3 reviews) 3.6666666666667 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Facility
4
Restroom
4
Appeal
4.6
What is being rated?
3 3 out of 5 stars 03/28/2019

The only reason they did not get all 4 stars is no sewer at site, but a good dump station. Only $10.00 a night for seniors so I really cannot complain. Right on Louisville lake. The park rules are a bit strange bot it is run by the city so Okay, My site was just large enough to fit my 30 ft fifth wheel and even though I am 50 amps I could only get a 30 amp site ( city rules ). If you stay here I suggest you tell them your rig is larger than it actually is. 35 ft. gets you 50 amps, 2 AC's get... Read More

The only reason they did not get all 4 stars is no sewer at site, but a good dump station. Only $10.00 a night for seniors so I really cannot complain. Right on Louisville lake. The park rules are a bit strange bot it is run by the city so Okay, My site was just large enough to fit my 30 ft fifth wheel and even though I am 50 amps I could only get a 30 amp site ( city rules ). If you stay here I suggest you tell them your rig is larger than it actually is. 35 ft. gets you 50 amps, 2 AC's get you 50 amps ( 1 AC gets you 30 amps) I will stay here again.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 06/26/2018

We like this campground. The price is wonderful. The lots are good, some better than others. Smaller trailers can sometimes get a lot overlooking the water. We have a 38' 5th wheel trailer. Some sites are asphalt, not real level and somewhat broken up, but still OK. The park and lake are VERY nice. The restrooms are good for a public facility, not fancy, but clean and serviceable. Because the sites do not have sewer hookups it is a great park for a short visit, a week to 10 days, and dump... Read More

We like this campground. The price is wonderful. The lots are good, some better than others. Smaller trailers can sometimes get a lot overlooking the water. We have a 38' 5th wheel trailer. Some sites are asphalt, not real level and somewhat broken up, but still OK. The park and lake are VERY nice. The restrooms are good for a public facility, not fancy, but clean and serviceable. Because the sites do not have sewer hookups it is a great park for a short visit, a week to 10 days, and dump your tanks on your way out. I believe this Park is operated by the City of Lewisville. This is not a park that has a club house, heated pool, bingo etc. We had no trouble securing a site in January, but earlier in the season, November, the Park was much busier. Dallas area weather in November is usually quite nice. January in the Dallas area can be cold.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 12/15/2017

Stayed here for 28 days. 30 amp spots were pretty close although plenty of room to pull out your slides. Park was easy to navigate. Fairly difficult to get in the spot if not a pull-through. Also really strict on rules for parking, and the gates close at night, so if you aren't back in time, you have to park across the street. 50 amp spots were spacious and concrete. Depending on your spot, you could have a beautiful view of the lake. Also very close to the lake which was nice. Of course,... Read More

Stayed here for 28 days. 30 amp spots were pretty close although plenty of room to pull out your slides. Park was easy to navigate. Fairly difficult to get in the spot if not a pull-through. Also really strict on rules for parking, and the gates close at night, so if you aren't back in time, you have to park across the street. 50 amp spots were spacious and concrete. Depending on your spot, you could have a beautiful view of the lake. Also very close to the lake which was nice. Of course, being Texas, this also means lots of bugs if you stay in the summer. Most of the spots were shaded as well. Facilities are well-maintained, and the staff is accessible. My biggest issue is that there are no sewer hook-ups. You have to drive to the dump station to empty. Part of that is on me because I didn't really read/care about the hook-up situation as this was the first park that I parked my trailer at after purchasing it (first-time RV'er & this was my first RV park I stayed at after purchasing my RV). In addition, you are not allowed to stay longer than 28 days, no matter what. We were leaving the entire state of Texas - maybe for good - and they wouldn't let us stay an extra two days, even if the park isn't full. They also threatened to fine me 5 bucks because I didn't leave the park after check-out time. I was completely out of my spot and was parked on the edge near the lake & away from everyone to check my tires & valves - and they almost tried to fine me. Bottom line - beautiful, quiet park with close proximity to the highway w/o hearing the highway. I would stay here again, and I would recommend others to stay here as well.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 03/28/2019

The only reason they did not get all 4 stars is no sewer at site, but a good dump station. Only $10.00 a night for seniors so I really cannot complain. Right on Louisville lake. The park rules are a bit strange bot it is run by the city so Okay, My site was just large enough to fit my 30 ft fifth wheel and even though I am 50 amps I could only get a 30 amp site ( city rules ). If you stay here I suggest you tell them your rig is larger than it actually is. 35 ft. gets you 50 amps, 2 AC's get... Read More

The only reason they did not get all 4 stars is no sewer at site, but a good dump station. Only $10.00 a night for seniors so I really cannot complain. Right on Louisville lake. The park rules are a bit strange bot it is run by the city so Okay, My site was just large enough to fit my 30 ft fifth wheel and even though I am 50 amps I could only get a 30 amp site ( city rules ). If you stay here I suggest you tell them your rig is larger than it actually is. 35 ft. gets you 50 amps, 2 AC's get you 50 amps ( 1 AC gets you 30 amps) I will stay here again.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 06/26/2018

We like this campground. The price is wonderful. The lots are good, some better than others. Smaller trailers can sometimes get a lot overlooking the water. We have a 38' 5th wheel trailer. Some sites are asphalt, not real level and somewhat broken up, but still OK. The park and lake are VERY nice. The restrooms are good for a public facility, not fancy, but clean and serviceable. Because the sites do not have sewer hookups it is a great park for a short visit, a week to 10 days, and dump... Read More

We like this campground. The price is wonderful. The lots are good, some better than others. Smaller trailers can sometimes get a lot overlooking the water. We have a 38' 5th wheel trailer. Some sites are asphalt, not real level and somewhat broken up, but still OK. The park and lake are VERY nice. The restrooms are good for a public facility, not fancy, but clean and serviceable. Because the sites do not have sewer hookups it is a great park for a short visit, a week to 10 days, and dump your tanks on your way out. I believe this Park is operated by the City of Lewisville. This is not a park that has a club house, heated pool, bingo etc. We had no trouble securing a site in January, but earlier in the season, November, the Park was much busier. Dallas area weather in November is usually quite nice. January in the Dallas area can be cold.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 12/15/2017

Stayed here for 28 days. 30 amp spots were pretty close although plenty of room to pull out your slides. Park was easy to navigate. Fairly difficult to get in the spot if not a pull-through. Also really strict on rules for parking, and the gates close at night, so if you aren't back in time, you have to park across the street. 50 amp spots were spacious and concrete. Depending on your spot, you could have a beautiful view of the lake. Also very close to the lake which was nice. Of course,... Read More

Stayed here for 28 days. 30 amp spots were pretty close although plenty of room to pull out your slides. Park was easy to navigate. Fairly difficult to get in the spot if not a pull-through. Also really strict on rules for parking, and the gates close at night, so if you aren't back in time, you have to park across the street. 50 amp spots were spacious and concrete. Depending on your spot, you could have a beautiful view of the lake. Also very close to the lake which was nice. Of course, being Texas, this also means lots of bugs if you stay in the summer. Most of the spots were shaded as well. Facilities are well-maintained, and the staff is accessible. My biggest issue is that there are no sewer hook-ups. You have to drive to the dump station to empty. Part of that is on me because I didn't really read/care about the hook-up situation as this was the first park that I parked my trailer at after purchasing it (first-time RV'er & this was my first RV park I stayed at after purchasing my RV). In addition, you are not allowed to stay longer than 28 days, no matter what. We were leaving the entire state of Texas - maybe for good - and they wouldn't let us stay an extra two days, even if the park isn't full. They also threatened to fine me 5 bucks because I didn't leave the park after check-out time. I was completely out of my spot and was parked on the edge near the lake & away from everyone to check my tires & valves - and they almost tried to fine me. Bottom line - beautiful, quiet park with close proximity to the highway w/o hearing the highway. I would stay here again, and I would recommend others to stay here as well.
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1900 Kingfisher Dr., Lewisville, TX 75057
Coordinates: 33.072556, -97.001583
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct I-35 E & Exit 454A (Highland Village): Go 1 mi E on Lake Park Rd., then 1/8 mi N on Kingfisher Dr. (L)

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