Seabee Park, Abilene, TX

Seabee Park

City of Abilene, TX

Free Camping at Lake Fort Phantom Hill

Seabee Park is owned and operated by the City of Abilene. It's one of two city parks located at Lake Fort Phantom Hill, this one being situated at the lake's southern end. Seabee Park has a campground with four (4) sites. There are no electric, water, or sewer hookup here. There is no dump station either.


Seabee Park

City of Abilene, TX

City of Abilene

Tel: (325) 676-6217


GPS: 32.5407, -99.7099

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: 48 hours

Amenities: Model airplane flying field, Large group pavilion, Picnic sites, Barbecue facilities, Natural Trails and viewing sites, Lighting and parking areas.

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Seabee Park

Get here early because the four (4) campsites here get snatched up quickly. Considering they are free of cost, and considering how popular this lake is with the locals in Abilene, Seabee Park campground is very busy.

It’s all dry camping here, with no electric, water, or sewer hookups.

The four campsites are large enough for full sized motorhomes and fifth wheel trailers, and they seem pretty level.

The downside to camping here is that trash seems to be strewn about everywhere. The Abilene City Police does patrol here often, but it hasn’t stopped people from littering the place up.

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