We stayed in shady Grove. It is closest to the boat launch and dump station. The sites are not all equal in this area, as ours (51) was not big enough to back into due to erosion. The sites are well spaced with lots of trees. The Spanish oaks area has better site improvements but without trees it looks like the RVs are right on top of each other. Park staff is very friendly. There is a toilet and shower located in each area. They are clean enough for the Virgin Mary to be proud to take a dump in. The official swim area is by Spanish oaks. Fishing was difficult in shady Grove due to high lake levels making lots of submerged rocks and snags. The other campers were pleasant and everyone respected the 2200 quiet time. All that to say I would stay here again.
September 20, 2018 - reviewed by Taylor
Certainly more focused on fishing and boating but the place was nice and clean and quiet. The sites are mostly spaced out pretty well. Good hiking trails but theres only a small few of them.
July 30, 2018 - reviewed by Crawfish
Stayed 3 nights in the Spanish oaks campground.
Pros: lakeside sites with access to water. Near the swimming beach. Covered picnic table. Fire ring.
Cons: no shade; grass needed mowing and cigarette butts scattered on our campsite. Dump station is on opposite side of campground near boat launch. Marina and boat dock privately owned. Most sites are small.
April 6, 2018 - reviewed by R&R Hagerdon
Great Lakeside Spot
We were there in January and had the entire park to ourselves. It's beautiful! Make sure to pop into the marina shop, the owner gives great info about the area.