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Top Five Reasons To Go Fall Camping


Are you thinking about taking a Fall camping trip? Then consider these top five reasons to pack up your camping gear with the family this new season.

Summer is Gone & Fall is Here

With the busy summer season behind us, Fall is a beautiful time to go camping and relax. You and your family can watch the changing colors of the season and breathe in the newly crisp air. Camping in the Fall provides an excellent window of opportunity before the darkest days of the year set in.

Reason One – More Relaxing

The first reason to go camping during the Autumn season is the ability to relax more. Fewer people are camping at the lake, and this also means there is more availability of camping spaces.

Reason Two – Fewer People, Less Exposure

With the COVID-19 scare, many families are looking for a way to escape from the business of life safely. During the Autumn season, it is much easier to keep your distance while enjoying the outdoors. This can include making a new spin on your Fall holiday celebrations.

Reason Three – Creating Vivid Memories

With the Autumn leaves changing from green to beautiful Fall colors, you and your family can create vivid memories of the season. Hiking during the new season will vividly plant family memories never forgotten. You gain the ability to “take it all in” during this time of the year. Listen carefully without hearing all the summer hooray taking place. See all the changes taking place. Smell the crispness and breathe in the cooler air – creating an unforgettable experience.

Reason Four – Seeing the Wildlife

During your Fall camping excursion, you and your family can enjoy the outdoors more freely – see the wildlife moving about, view the changes in vegetation and trees.
Autumn campers will see more animals – bears, elks, deer, squirrels, moose, and other wildlife. Each lake area will include different native wildlife you and your family can see.

Reason Five – Fall Camping Discounts

Many campsites offer Fall camping discounts. Plan your family outing and call around to different grounds. Frequently, you will find more bottomless deals for your camping experience.

What are your Top Reasons for Camping in the Fall?

Maybe your top reasons for camping in the Autumn are different. What other benefits do you gain during the new season for camping?

Let us know what your biggest reasons are for camping in the Fall! We would love to hear about them! Leave your notes below for our lake site community!


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Enjoying the great outdoors is a wonderful experience - from camping, fishing, hunting, and taking time with family & friends! Growing up in my family included all these outdoor opportunities! The time bonding, learning, and experiencing the outdoor life are now cherished memories, never forgotten as they will always hold a special part in my life!

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Cedar Creek Lake Fishing Report from TPWD (Nov. 18)

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 64 degrees; 0.65 low. Largemouth bass are good working topwater plugs, skirted jigs, small crankbaits, and jerk baits early on creeks, rocky points, boat docks, and retainer walls. Fish shaky heads, skirted jigs, and square billed crankbaits near boat docks, brush piles, and timber are productive as well. Hybrids and sand bass are off main lake points and humps with slabs, swimbaits, and live bait. Crappie are good with jigs and minnows in brush piles, boat docks, and bridges in 15-28’. Catfish are fair in 6-18’ with cut bait.