East Fork Campground, on the southern shores of Lavon Lake, is a popular escape for city dwellers in the Dallas, Texas area or for any visitors passing through the Northern Texas region. The campground boasts everything including RV campsites, tent campsites, equestrian campsites, a group shelter and a swimming beach to keep visitors entertained during their stay.
Boating and fishing are consistently popular activities for lake-goers. Horseback riding and hiking is great along the Trinity Trail, with a trailhead beginning adjacent to the East Fork campground.
The campground offers 50 sites with water and electric hookups, plus 12 tent-only sites. There are not sewer hook-ups at the campsite, but there is a dump station located near the park entrance. It’s the only campground at Lavon Lake with 50-amp electricity. Extra conveniences include hot showers and two boat ramps. The group campground is available year-round and fits 175 guests.
Horses are allowed at the Equestrian Loop, and each equestrian site has a portable horse stall.
Lavon Lake, in northern Texas, flows from the East Fork tributary of the Trinity River. Its surface area spans 21,400 acres and the maximum lake depth of around 59 ft..
The Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary features natural history exhibits and nature trails.From Wylie, TX, take State Highway 78 North to Eubanks Lane. Turn left onto Eubanks, stay to the right at the fork in the road (onto Forrest Ross Road) and continue to the stop sign at the intersection of Forrest Ross Road and Skyview Drive. Continue straight into East Fork Park.email@example.com