Lake Park Hours: 7 am to 9 pm
Fees: $10 per vehicle non-resident ($3 per vehicle for Lewisville residents)
Boat Ramp Fee: Included with $10 entry to park
Restrooms: Yes, but they are pretty old
Picnic Tables: Yes
Swim Area: Yes
Lake Park on Lake Lewisville is a massive park where you can find playgrounds, plenty of restrooms, and an 18 hole golf course. There is also an 18 hole disc (frisbee) golf course, a lighted nine hole par three golf course, and a fishing barge. Both tent camping and RV camping are available.
There are also two boat ramps located within Lake Park. The park contains many trees, covered picnic tables, and swim areas.
Lake Park is a huge park containing in excess of 662 acres. It is located along the Lake Lewisville shoreline just east of Mill Street; approximately three-quarters of a mile east of I-35. Lake Park is operated by the City of Lewisville on property leased from the US Army Corps of Engineers.
The park can be divided into three major areas including the Lake Park Golf Course, the athletic facilities, and the lake related uses. The lake related uses with their campgrounds, beaches, docks, boat ramps and picnic facilities attract many people from all over the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex.
- 8 lighted soccer fields
- 8 lighted baseball fields
- 2 adult lighted softball fields
- 2 lighted football fields
- The athletic facilities also include areas for parking, two playgrounds, three restrooms, our concession buildings, and three picnic shelters/shade structures.
- Swimming Beach
- 2 Boat Ramps
- 2 Courtesy Docks
- Campground with restroom and 2 picnic shelters
- Conner Pavilion
- Pike Pavilion
- Group Picnic Area/Shelter
- Golf Courses
- 18 Hole Lake Park Golf Course
- 18 Hole Disc-Golf course
600 Sandy Beach Road
Lewisville, TX 75057
You can find more information on Lake Park on Lake Lewisville at the City of Lewisville website.
Note: all fees are subject to change without notice. Please check with the parks directly or with the gate attendants for all official pricing.
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