Located in central Texas on the southern shore of Navarro Mills Lake, Liberty Hill Park is a popular camping destination for many in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area due to its proximity to the two large cities. Both tent and RV camping is available to guests at Liberty Hill Park.
This campground is a popular area for wildlife and bird watching. Many guests have reported seeing coyotes, foxes, bobcats, rabbits, deer, raccoons, armadillos, and squirrels while in the park. Birdwatchers report seeing a variety of songbirds, hawks, waterfowl, and herons. Additionally, there are a number of beautiful plants in the area. Bluebonnets and paintbrushes are among the most incredible flowers in the park.
Guests love that there are so many campsites in the park. With more than 100 sites, there is plenty of room for campers. Most campsites have electric and water hookups, and several of these campsites also have sewer hookups. Five sites have screened-in shelters that also include sinks.
The park is home to some of the best fishing in the state. Navarro Mills Lake is famous for holding a current state record for white crappie. There are also catfish and stripers in the lake.
Campers enjoy being able to take boats out on the lake, fish, swim, and enjoy the great outdoors all in one place. There is a boat ramp in the campgrounds, and many guests bring a boat. With a pier and full-service marina in the park, it is an easy option for visitors to hit the waves. Picnics are also very common here among the campers.
Dogs are welcome in the campgrounds. All dogs should be leashed at all times. Make sure you only allow your pup in the water at designated locations. Owners are responsible for making sure that their dogs are never left unattended in the park.