Camp Creek park improvements
LCRA is making enhancements to the Camp Creek Recreational Area to improve amenities for the public, make the park more accessible to visitors, increase visitation, and help the park’s longevity and sustainability.
LCRA will add a park host site, designated camp sites, paved roads and fencing later this year.
In addition, LCRA is considering options for long-range plans for the park.
Public comments are due to
email@example.com by Friday, May 1.
For more information, call Rob Stroup at 512–578–4130.
A grove of pecan trees gives campers great places to set up tents or picnic at Camp Creek. The park, on the north shore of Lake Travis, is popular with anglers, especially those in search of white bass. Boats can be launched from the free boat ramp (check here for boat ramp status).
Overnight camping is allowed, and there is one waterless toilet onsite. There is no potable water nor electricity at the park. There is no charge to use the park.
Boaters on Lake Travis and other lakes are required to drain their boats after use to help prevent the spread of zebra mussels.
Overnight camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations are required. All groups over 20 require a Land Use Permit. Call
800-776-LCRA, Ext. 3366 for more information.
Prior written permission shall be obtained from LCRA for any organized group activity on LCRA land involving 20 or more individuals. For additional information call
800-776-LCRA, Ext. 3366.