Falcon Lake has two campgrounds: Lakeshore and Beach. For the purpose of camping, Lakeshore is our preferred choice. The sites are fairly private and all will fit Leisure Travel Vans. There is a good selection of electrical and non-electrical sites, as well as some sites with both electrical and water service. This campground also has its own private beach area that is less populated and more peaceful. It is also just a short walk or bike ride into town or to the Beach campground. The Beach campground is next to the townsite but the sites are very close to each other and there is no privacy between campers. The appeal of the Beach Campground is that it offers a number of sites with full electrical, water, and sewer hookups.
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For us, we found the water and electrical sites in Bays 1 and 2 very nice and also very close to the modern washroom/shower building. There are a few sites that back onto the lakeshore, but there is a public pathway between the water and the campsites. Bay 4 and 5 offer close proximity to and views of the lake and beach area but are unserviced or electricity only. This is a beach lovers’ campground. Although the water can be quite cold, it is very refreshing on a hot summer day.
Beach, boat launch, drinking water, dumping station, electric sites, hiking trails, wildlife viewing, groceries, bakery, golf, mini-golf, tennis, biking, boat rentals
There are a number of hikes nearby; Top of the World is one we really enjoyed. There are horse stables near the campground for horse trail rides.