Lake Ray Hubbard Camping, Resorts & RV Parks

Add a Listing

There is no camping on Lake Ray Hubbard, but there are almost 20 parks, and some of them stay open as late as midnight. Most offer paved walking paths, and a variety of activities like picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, swimming, boating, windsurfing, fishing, sports courts, grills, and even a dog park.


Plantation Place RV Park

Plantation Place RV Park is known as the Dallas area camping base. The park is located close to Lake Ray Hubbard and offers 40 acres of camping space for recreational vehicles. Full hookups are available along with fast check-in options. Free...

Holiday Village RV Park Near Lake Ray Hubbard

Holiday Village RV Park is located in Sachse, Texas near Lake Ray Hubbard. The location offers sites with full hookups and we are open all year round. Management is available onsite plus security cameras are used on location. RV pads include...

Lake Park Campground

The Lake Park RV Campground is located at 1900 Kingfisher Drive. The park is spacious that offers 30 and 50 amp service hookups. They have water hookups, a dump station, a laundry/shower facility, and a place near the lake. They offer a great price...

Plantation Place

Plantation Place is just 13 miles east of downtown Dallas in an upscale neighborhood. This place offers the best camping ground in Texas. They offer full hookups with 20, 30, or 50 AMP electric, free premium cable TV available, a courtesy phone, and...

Lake Ray Hubbard RV Resort

Lake Ray Hubbard RV Resort is located between Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard. They have 30 and 50 amp connections, picnic areas, pristine laundry room, fitness center, dog park, fire pits, and organic gardens. Price is ranging from $50 per night....

Lake Ray Hubbard RV Resort

We are a unique, upscale RV community located near Lake Ray Hubbard in Wylie Texas. The design of the resort is oriented to bring people together. With over three acres of green space and trees, our Resort offers an experience unlike any other....

Hidden Acres RV Park

Hidden Acres RV Park is one of the best parks and has a very welcoming ambiance. It offers 20, 30, and 50 amp hookups with free electricity for daily and weekly visitors. There is ample space for all RVs and easy access to the lake. Enjoy your stay...

Lake Ray Hubbard Email Updates


 

Visit our Lake Ray Hubbard Sponsors!

Reviews

"We recently listed with your website and I am amazed at the number of inquiries we have already had. Thank you very much for helping us get our name out there." Jeff K.

"We've had a rental listing for 1 year and almost 100% of our rentals have come through your site." Susan G.

"We've had tons of emails and rentals pending from the site. Keep up the good work." Jim C

"We've received at least 10 emails already from your site so I wanted to say thank you!" Brandie S.

"Our lake house sold! Thanks for the opportunity to post our home on your web site." Brenda R.


Lake Ray Hubbard Current Weather Alerts

There are no active watches, warnings or advisories.

 

Lake Ray Hubbard Weather Forecast

Sunday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 80

Sunday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 64

Monday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 79

Monday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 59

Tuesday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 77

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 56

Wednesday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 75

Wednesday Night

Chance Rain Showers

Lo: 60


Lake Ray Hubbard Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 3/3: 435.47 (-0.03)



Lake Ray Hubbard

Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 28)

GOOD. Water slight stain; 63 degrees; 0.01 feet below pool. White bass are good in 5-12 feet off of flats with fish showing up on some ridges and humps. Small lures like 3 inch CoHo’s with a 1/2 jig head and in line spinners working best for shallow water, and 3/4 ounce Bovee Spin slabs for deeper water. Cast out, let sink to the bottom and 10 reels then re drop and repeat. White bass are also showing up on long points in 18-24 feet later in the mornings as well as grouping in deep flats 35-38 feet of water using slab and jig combination. Crappie are on deep brush piles and trees roaming in deep water moving shallower in the afternoons, jigs or minnows keeping the baits 17-24 feet of water. Catfish are moving deeper on points roaming in 17-28 feet of water and grouping up in deep water. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

More Fishing Reports