The Juniper Point Campgrounds are some of the nicest campgrounds on Lake Texoma. In fact, Juniper Point is our favorite place to camp on Lake Texoma. There are two separate sections of Juniper Point, Juniper Point East and Juniper Point West. Both are beautiful sections of campground located right across the street from each other. Both campgrounds have their own boat ramps, restrooms, and camping areas. This campground is operated by the Army Corps of Engineers and appears to be very well cared for.
Juniper Point East
Juniper Point East is open each year between April and September. It is closed during the fall and winter months. This campground sits right on the banks of Lake Texoma. There is a very nice two lane boat ramp with a boat dock for use. Cost of the boat ramp is $3.
Most of the campsites are very heavily treed offering plenty of shade. There is also a nice swim beach for use when you need to cool off. This is a very nice campground for use in the summertime.
Juniper Point West
Juniper Point West is open year round. This area appears to be newer or at least more recently refurbished. The campsites and picnic tables look fairly new. The restrooms and showers appear to be new as well. Unlike Juniper East, these campsites are elevated on the cliffs and not right on the waters edge. The campsites are heavily treed and do offer up great views of Lake Texoma.
The Juniper Point campgrounds in total have 44 campsites with electrical and water hookups, and 25 basic sites without hookups. A day-use group picnic shelter with electricity is available as well.
Amenities of the campgrounds include:
- Boat Ramp
- Drinking Water
- Dump Station
- Entrance Station
- Flush Toilets
- Pit Toilets
- Vault Toilets
Also nearby is the scenic Cross Timbers hiking trail. This trail that winds for 14 miles above the lake on rocky ledges and through blackjack woodland. Forty miles of equestrian trails surround the lake as well.
The Army Corps of Engineers operates 10 Class A campgrounds on Lake Texoma. Park attendants oversee fee collection during the peak season in most parks. Self-deposit honor vaults are available for use during the off-season and in campgrounds without park attendants. Entrance gates open at 6 a.m. and lock at 10 p.m. Camping in undesignated areas is prohibited.
Rules & Regulations
Copies of Title 36 Rules and Regulations governing the public use on Corps of Engineers Projects are available upon request.
The maximum number of people per site is 15. Only one RV is allowed per site. The number of tents is limited by the space available at each camp site and the size of tents.
Length of stay:
No camping unit will be allowed to stay longer than 14 consecutive days in any one park without written permission. Extensions will not be granted through any summer holiday weekend.
All vehicles must be street legal with tags, stay on established roads, and be operated by a licensed driver.
All pets must be restrained by a leash less than six feet in length. Animals are prohibited in restrooms and at designated swim beaches.
Possessing or exploding fireworks on government property is prohibited.
Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. – 6 a.m. Unreasonable or excessive noise/music at any time is prohibited.
Dumpsters are consolidated in a central location within each campground. Take all camping generated refuse to the dumpsters. Bagged trash will not be collected at the campsites. Fire rings and grills are not to be used as trash bins.
All campers and their visitors must check in with the gate attendant at the park office.
Check-In by 6 p.m. Check-Out by 4 p.m.
Just off of 377 before you reach Lake Texoma bridge if you are coming from Texas.