Juniper Point is situated in an area of Texas that's chock full of modest tree cover and gradual, rolling hillsides, making it great for daytrippers and dog walkers who need to take occasional breaks during their treks. The Cross Timbers hiking trail has an entrance in Juniper Point, from which hikers can explore the over 14-mile stretch of trail network that winds around the adjacent Lake Texoma.
If you're looking to spend the night, you'll have a total for 70 sites to pick from in Juniper Point. 44 of these sites offer full electrical and plumbing hookups and will run you between $22 and $24. The price changes for these improved electric sites depending on their location. The 26 standard or "primitive" sites and feature the average amenities like a fire ring and outdoor table. If you've got a group looking to camp together, there are electrified group sites available for $50 per evening. For guests with Fido along for the trip, there are no additional fees, but Juniper Point is adamant that all pets stay on a leash or in a cage throughout their visit. Dogs are forbidden from sleeping outdoors here, so make sure they stay in your tent or RV.
Water sports are a major attraction at Juniper Point, especially fishing. Lake Texoma is known as a hotbed for several different fish species, most notably striped bass. The area is one of only a few in the country where striped bass reproduce without artificial assistance, making it a favorite among anglers. If you're determined to take a shot at catching this rare species, or any of the other fish commonly seen here, make sure you bring all necessary equipment as the only shops for the sport are located outside of the campground. If you've got your dog along, make sure they don't bother other guests (or steal the fish you've already caught for a quick midday feast!).
Before planning your stay at Juniper Point, make sure you've looked into additional costs for outside attractions as the prices outlined here only cover camp admission and activities.
Winter camping is also available here but is handled on an individual basis. For more information on off-season camping opportunities, make sure to reach out to the Juniper Point management at the phone number listed on this page.