Juniper Point Campgrounds on Lake Texoma

Juniper Point Campgrounds

Juniper Point Campgrounds
Juniper Point Campgrounds
Business Address : Hwy 377
City: Gordonville
State: Texas
Zip Code: 76254
Phone : (903) 523-0024


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District will begin a phased reopening of USACE recreation areas that were closed due to COVID-19

This campground is scheduled to open May 20, 2020

Day use areas, group shelters, swim beaches and all common use area openings will be based on local health conditions

All visitors should call the lake office for information on specific recreation openings ( Campers who have campground reservations beginning May 15-20 at our facilities that are opening will be contacted by the local lake office for a partial or full refund.

Campers will be able to make reservations immediately for new reservations that begin May 20, 2020 or after. At this time, first come first serve campsites are not available and all Campground reservations and fees must be made in advance at

Social distancing and other restrictions required by local, state and federal authorities to include the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) will be in place. Current guidance provided by the CDC can be found here: CDC Parks, Sports, Recreation. If these restrictions cannot be followed recreation areas could be forced to close again.U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Boat Ramp Open

Open April 1st through September 30th

A Corp of Engineers operated campground, Juniper Point Campgrounds are located on the Texas side of Lake Texoma off Hwy 377, close to Gordonville. The campground is on both sides of the highway as the highway enters the Willis Bridge crossing into Oklahoma.  Juniper Point east side access is a controlled entrance park. The Juniper Point west side access is where the trailhead for the Cross Timbers hiking trail is located. General stores and a marina are within one mile.

Juniper Point Campground contains 48 sites, 44 with standard electric hoop-ups, 3 tent only non-electrical sites, with flush and vault toilets, showers and drinking waters, Picnic areas, hiking trails with trailheads and group picnic shelters with electricity. Two dump stations, two boat ramps and two docks are located in the campground.


Located in the Cross Timbers Region of Texas, the  scenic Cross Timbers hiking trail, a very popular trail that winds for 14 miles above the lake on rocky ledges and through blackjack woodland


Camping and Lodging | 50 sites | Electric hook-ups | water | Pets Allowed {Domestic) | Picnic areas | Hiking | | Trailheads  | Boat Ramp | drinking water | dump station | flush toilets | RV hookups |  sanitary dump | picnic area | restrooms |  group picnic shelters | showers

Off Season Camping Information

October 1st through March 31st: Reduced camping will be available on a first-come, first-served basis (no reservations are accepted) in Juniper Point West only. Juniper Point East will be closed during this period. Campers should use Juniper Point West for overnight camping and boat launching. Shower and bathroom facilities will not be open and individual water hookups will only be available through October 31st; after this date campers will need to fill fresh water tanks from the frost free hydrant located near entrance of park. Gate attendants will not be on duty; therefore, camping fees should be paid at the honor vault station. Camping fees will be reduced and are posted at the vault station. Please contact the Lake Texoma Project office at (903) 465-4990 x 0 for additional information.

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Getting there:  GPS 33.85972,  -96.83194

Entrance gates are open from 6 a.m.-10 p.m

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