Camping on Lake Conroe is a great way to get out and enjoy the outdoors.  There are two primary campgrounds on Lake Conroe both located on the north end of the lake.  These campgrounds are Cagle Recreation Area and Stubblefield Lake Recreation Area.

Cagle Recreation Area Campground

The Cagle Recreation Area is the largest campground on Lake Conroe.  There are two camping areas or loops in the park as well as a great day use area and a boat ramp.  Amenities include:

  • Restrooms
  • Full hookups
  • Tent pads
  • Fire pits
  • Boat ramp
  • Hiking trails

Reservations can be made at

Located in the Sam Houston National Forest. From the Lake Conroe bridge on FM 1375 travel east approximately 1 mile and turn right at the boat ramp sign.

Stubblefield Lake Recreation Area Campground

The Stubblefield Lake Recreation Area is the most secluded camping area on Lake Conroe.  This campground sits on a tributary to the very north end of the lake.  This heavily treed and shaded campground is great for those that want to getaway.  This area is popular with fishermen and kayakers alike.  Amenities of the campground include:

  • Picnic tables
  • Tent pads
  • Restrooms
  • Small boat ramp for small boats, canoes, and kayaks
  • Hiking trails

Directions:  Texas 1375 west from New Waverly for 9 miles; turn right (NW) on FSR 215 for 3 miles.