Dana Peak Park is a US Army Corp of Engineer Park on the shore of the 6,430 acre Stillhouse Hollow Lake. The terrain is flat, dry, and has limited trees – but the sites are great and right on the water. You can read a review of Stillhouse Hollow Lake by clicking here.
Stillhouse Hollow Lake is a clean and clear lake and good for skiing and fishing. There isn't a lot to see on the lake because it is undeveloped except for the Parks and marina. So we will look for some smooth water and a nice cove to anchor, swim, play games, and socialize. We come to Dana Peak to camp right on the lake, boat, and hike and bike the trails within the park.
We love to scoot into Salado, about 25 minutes east for shopping, golf, or restuarants. Click here to learn more about what there is to see and do in the quaint village of Salado.
There are over 5 miles of great hiking trails in the Chalk Ridge Falls Park which is on the south end of the dam, about 25 minutes from the campground. This trail is outstanding with waterfalls, a suspension bridge, and some good scenery.
If you like fishing and don't have a boat, then call Bob at Holding the Line Guide Service and he'll pick you up at your campsite and take you fishing. Or on the north east side of the lake at the Stillhouse Hollow Marina, you can rent a pontoon boat, jon boat, or ski deck boat from C&D Watercraft rentals - 254 223-1056.