Shiloh on the Lake


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RV, tent, and screened-shelter campsites offer plenty of shaded space to kick back and relax. Most sites are 50/30/20 amp and full hook-up. Prices vary by site amenities, from $25-$50 per night. Call for weekly and extended stay rates and policies.

Half of our 70+ sites are pull-thru. We have sites for Class A motorhomes as well as pop-ups, tents, and everything in-between.

All sites include access to our spacious, wooded acres, 2000 feet of shoreline, lighted fishing piers, and playgrounds. Your lakeside recreation starts here!

We recommend advance reservations which can be made online or by phone. We honor Good Sam and Passport America discounts.

Cabin rentals also. See listings under "Lodging."

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Cedar Creek Lake Weather Forecast

Tuesday

Hot

Hi: 99

Tuesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 81

Wednesday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 101

Wednesday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 76

Thursday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 87

Thursday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 73

Friday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 92

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 75


Cedar Creek Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 8/16: 317.31 (-4.69)



Cedar Creek Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Aug. 10)

EXCELLENT. Water normal stain; 89 degrees; 4.42 feet low. Crappie are excellent on main lake brush piles in 15-22 feet of water using minnows and jigs. Largemouth bass are excellent on docks in 3-8 feet of water, and in 15-20 feet of water using shaky heads, crankbaits and Carolina rigs. White bass and hybrid bass can be caught surfacing all over the lake in the morning, moving to main lake humps using popper style baits and small spoons. Catfish are good on main lake humps with live or frozen shad. Report by Kyle Miers, Lake Country Outfitters.

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