Pleasure Point Park, Winnsboro, TX

Lake Winnsboro

Wood County, TX

Free Camping on Lake Winnsboro, Texas

Pleasure Point Park lies at the end of a peninsula at the south-west portion of the lake. It's owned by Wood County and was originally intended as a day-use area for fishermen, but has since been used by full time road nomads as an overnight or weekend stay. There are picnic tables here and trash cans, but not much else.


Lake Winnsboro

Wood County, TX

Wood County Office

Tel: (903) 629-7317


GPS: 32.8930, -95.3498

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: Unknown

Amenities: Picnic tables, trash cans, boat ramp

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Pleasure Point Park

Operated by Wood County, this county park offers primitive camping along an otherwise affluent area of Texas. With only basic amenities, namely picnic tables and trash cans, it’s best known as a place for locals to go fishing. There are numerous places to set up camp, though nothing is marked aside from the presence of picnic tables. You can camp anywhere.

There’s plenty of shade from tall oak trees that line the shore of Lake Winnsboro. Large motorhomes and fifth wheel trailers can get in here. The red dirt roads will get muddy in wet weather, however. It’s also relatively clean, with not much trash thrown about the area, suggesting that county officials come in here and keep it clean.

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