Clear Lake Campground has a prime location on the shores of Lavon Lake. It is the only shaded campground at the lake, and provides a quiet space for anglers, bird watchers and photographers.
The park is just northeast of Dallas, Texas, and just east of the Southfork Ranch, where the hit TV series, “Dallas,” was filmed.
Visitors of all ages enjoy outdoor opportunities like fishing, boating, hiking, and picnicking. Anglers often find channel catfish, crappie, striped bass and hybrid bass.
The Clear Lake Campground offers 23 sites with water, sewer and electric hookups. Hot showers, a boat ramp and fishing dock are also available.
The group campground fits 200 people and has toilets reserved solely for group campers. The picnic shelter at the group site comes with electric and water hookups, four cookers, and a campfire ring. There’s also a large playing field for sports.
Grassy flat fields and leafy shade trees cover the campground.
The Lavon Lake spans 21,400 acres and stems from the East Fork of the Trinity River.
The town of Wylie is home to a wildlife rescue and education center. Visitors can see lions, leopards, cougars, bobcats and more.While traveling on US Highway 380 in Princeton, TX, take South 2nd Street (County Road 982) South. County Road 982
changes into County Road 735. At the 4 way stop sign (just past the Lavon Lake Camp and Conference Center), take a right on County Road 436. Watch for Clear Lake signs. Take County Road 436 and follow into Clear Lake Park.972-442-3014