Pecan Point Park is located on the northern shore of Navarro Mills Lake in central Texas.
Visitors can enjoy a view of the lake from the facility and participate in popular outdoor actives like camping, boating, fishing and picnicking. The lake area provides the perfect setting to get away from it all, especially for city-dwellers from the nearby Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.
There are 35 campsites, and five offer electric and water hookups. A variety of amenities are provided, such as a high water boat launch ramp, flush toilets, picnic tables, grills, drinking water and trash collection.
Off-road vehicles, ATV's, UTV's and golf carts are not permitted. Fires are permitted in designated fire rings only.
Most of the campsites have some shade, and Pecan Point is also a favorite viewing area for wildflowers. The brilliant array of native flowers draws visitors from all over to the lake area during the spring. Bluebonnets, paintbrushes and a myriad of other native plants transform the often-bleak winter landscape into an incredible palette of colors. A wide variety of habitat provides a home and abundant food supply to diverse wildlife. Visitors might stumble across squirrels, rabbits, coyotes, foxes, bobcats, white-tailed deer, raccoon or armadillo.
Birding is a favorite year-round pastime for lake guests. Many species of songbirds, hawks, great blue herons, ducks, geese, other shorebirds and even an occasional bald eagle visit the area.
Fishing is also popular at Navarro Mills, and the lake holds the current state record for white crappie. Fishermen come from near and far to sample some of the best crappie fishing anywhere.
There are also healthy populations of channel and yellow catfish, and hefty hybrid stripers are often caught below the dam when water is being released. Liberty Hill has a fishing pier, and there is a full-service marina at the lake.
1175 FM 667 PURDON TX 76679
For campground inquiries, please call: 254-578-1431
From Corsicana and Waco, Texas, travel on State Highway 31 toward the lake. Turn north onto FM 667 and continue for 5 miles. Turn west onto FM 744 and go about 3 miles to the intersection with FM 1578. Turn south and drive about 2 miles to CR 3360. Turn right and drive into the park entrance.