Potters Creek Park-Canyon Lake,TX
Wow, what a beautiful Corp of Engineers park where do I began. Stayed at park from 9/25-10/1. We got a late start on Saturday and just made it to the park prior to the gates being closed at 10pm. Most of the park is for guest with reservations but they do have a nice section (loop #1) that is for drive up guest. We took are chances without reservation and luckly we were able to get a good spot (#14) with shade trees. Park is well maintained and plenty of space betwee camp sites. Woke up in the AM to a cool morning breeze and a spectular view of the lake. Park is very quite as they typically only allow in overnight campers and guest.. Also very dark at night with no street lights which we liked. Plenty of deer roam freely through park. Sites only have water and electricity. So plan to have a tote tank, or visit the dump station if staying very long. Stays are limited to 14 days and cost $18 per night, discounts are available.
Also there is a great little place for breakfast or lunch that we overlooked until the last couple of days of our visit called Devine Deli. Don't let the looks or size fool you the place is really clean has great food and low prices. The are located on the road leading to the park about a mile from the park entrance.
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