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very peaceful place to go hiking, and kayaking. most persons have good manners on the lake, and on the trails whom we come across. nice day to just enjoy nature. facilties are for the most part clean, and the ranger regulary patrols the area. we...More
The camping spots accommodate RVs or tents. Each has a picnic table with cover and a grill. There are a few screened shelters. All have nice level pads with water and electric. Spaces are much bigger than many parks. The holding tank dump slopes away...More
We visited three of the four parks on the banks of Granger Lake; Willis Creek Park, Friendship Park, and Wilson H. Fox Park. As far as parks go, they were average Army Corps of Engineers Parks. They weren't spectacular— partially because of the serious drought...More
Second time in a year camping there. NOTE:The ladies at the Lake are way more helpful than some others on the reservation line. Group spot was closed for some reason so we set up in the primative area. It is pittifully dry there,cracks all in...More
We visit this lake almost every weekend! We like to fish and ride around in the boat and this lake so far has not been very crowded. There are some people that will ski or pull a tube and get too close to you while...More
We have been looking for a lake in the austin area that is at least somewhat full and not busy. I knew Granger Lake was in the area but i always thought it was just a fishing lake and not for recreation. I was wrong....More
Granger has several campgrounds. Sites are flat, paved and widely spaced with nice shelters. Restrooms are unheated and breezy. Very little privacy in showers. If the contracted mowing crew is there, lock up small stuff. We had some witnessed theft of fruit and hardware. The...More