Well, reading this thread a couple of weeks back and realizing how close I was to the park made me want to go do a little reconnaisance.
I went on Sunday right after church - about 90 minutes from Lewisville. It was a beautiful day and this this is what greeted me:
After stopping at the drive-up window to pay the lady (oh wait - I didn't have to pay because I have a park pass!), I looked the map over and decided to check out the campsites first. I liked what I saw. Sort of close together but not exactly and most have some privacy. No shelters over the picnic tables - fyi. One bathhouse with toilets and showers and in pretty good shape. This next picture is of campsite #20.
It wasn't but 30-40 steps from the table to the water. You could launch your kayak right there. I think you could easily launch from 21-23, maybe 24 but it would be a longer walk.
I had some pictures of the fishing piers located by these sites but can't find 'em yet. They were quite nice. One had wood railings, one did not. Maybe 30-40' from the bank. Plenty of room for people to fish from. Also a fish cleaning station by the larger of the two piers.
This is the pier in the day use area.
Close by is the bait shack.
Whatwake, take note of the satellite dish. If your favorite college team is playing next weekend, you could always stop by for an update!
The day use area was very nice. Lots of picnic tables and grills plus the canoe/kayak/paddleboat rental was nearby. Boat launch just beyond that. I was not impressed with the swimming area but I admit I did not look too closely at it. And there was playground equipment for the kids. This shelter is for group use and is adjacent to the day use area.
Across the road and down a bit are 4-5 water only sites. Spacious but a bit open for my taste. Funny thing, as I drove by I noticed a smoldering firepit. Nobody was at the site but someone had obviously been using it! I flagged a park ranger down and later saw her raking the firepit.
I was there for about 5 hours. Hiked their shorter trail, looked at all the campsites, visited the amphitheater that doubles as a chapel for 9:30 church on Sunday and lunched at the day use area. All in all, a very nice visit. I can easily see myself camping here for the weekend. The lake was not that big and I did see some structure on the lake. Guess that's what makes it the best little bass fishing lake in TX. Plenty of spots to launch a kayak whether you were there camping or just visiting for the day.
If I can find my other pictures, I'll post them. I've got a couple of pictures of the lake that would give you an idea of how big they are. If not, I guess I'll just have to go back, take more pictures and spend the night at that!