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Bike along ten miles of beautiful trails in Ray Roberts Lake State Park’s Greenbelt Corridor, which extends from the Ray Robert...Read more
Use one of the boat ramps to set your vessel into the water for a day of adventure on the expansive 29,000-acre Ray Roberts Lak...Read more
With Ray Roberts Lake spanning 29,000-acres, there is always a place to fish here. Ray Roberts Lake State Park offers a number ...Read more
Spanning from Ray Roberts Dam to Lake Lewisville, twenty miles of riverside trails are just begging to be explored in the park’...Read more
Adventurous horseback riders should set off on 12 miles of trails in the park’s Greenbelt Corridor, extending alongside the Tri...Read more
Given the expansive nature of Ray Roberts Lake, there is always somewhere new to explore here out on the water. If you can’t br...Read more
Windsurfing is permitted in the Johnson Branch and Isle du Bois units of Ray Roberts Lake State Park.
Cool off in Ray Roberts Lake! Choose between swimming beaches in the park’s Isle du Bois and Johnson Branch regions. No lifegua...Read more
Due to its unique position across three ecoregions, many plants and animals call Ray Roberts Lake State Park home. Keep your ey...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Isle du Bois Unit Campground.
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We love camping here! Some of the walk-in sites are quite a haul if you have a lot of gear so check the park map before you pick your site. Hawthorne area site #3 is perfect! Secluded but not too far from your car. Just enough distance to give you a more primitive feel but still have all your gear. This area is also right along the trail system so we were able to hop on our bikes and ride the loop through the park. Isle du Bois is our camping home away from home.
Pack light if staying at a walk-in site. Water and potty available within a reasonable distance. Public swim area is very nice and there are plenty of covered picnic areas for groups.
Consolidate your things into a bucket or small wagon because you have to walk a ways to set up camp. This is great because you even get away from your car, but if you bring a lot and don't have a way to haul it in, you'll have to make several trips to your car.
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- 33.377° N, 97.023° W
- Equestrian: 14 Sites (Up to people per site)
- Tent / RV / Trailer: 115 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)
- Tent / Van: 53 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)