Lake Whitney State Park Campgrounds

Lake Whitney State Park is a gorgeous state park on the south end of Lake Whitney. This state park offers up over 100 campsites for both tent and RV camping. The state park has a very nice swim area for those wanting to get in the lake.

The RV camping area is in the back of the park and not on the main lake. It is close to a cove, but views of the lake are infrequent. There is plenty of shade in this area of the park.

The tent camping area is located more on the main lake and does have less shade than some of the other areas. Most of the picnic tables are covered and do provide some shade. The campsites come with picnic tables and fire rings.

Fees:

Camping at the state park on Lake Whitney is more expensive than the Corps of Engineers parks. This is because you have to pay an entrance fee in addition to the fee for the campsite.

Entrance fees are$5 per adult (13 and up) daily

Camping fees are as follows:

Campsites with Water

Number of Sites: 63 People per Site: 8
$14 Nightly
Plus daily entrance fee
$49 Weekly Non-peak

Campsites with Water and Electricity (50 amp)
Number of Sites: 31 People per Site: 8
$20 Nightly
Plus daily entrance fee
$70 Weekly Non-peak

Campsites with Water, Electricity and Sewer Hookups
Number of Sites: 43 People per Site: 8
$24 Nightly
Plus daily entrance fee
$84 Weekly Non-peak

Primitive Campsites
People per Site: 8
$10 Nightly
Plus daily entrance fee

Note: Weekly rates are available from November through February only.

Trails

There are two hiking trails at Lake Whitney State Park. Both trails are about 1 mile long and run in loops near the lake.

Fishing from the bank is also good in this park along the rocky shorelines.

Here is a cool video of the park.

This is a great park for that weekend getaway on Lake Whitney.

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