Elgin B. Robertson Park

Lake Ray Hubbard

Update:  Park now closed and being developed commercially by the City of Rowlett.

Robertson Park is a massive park near the center of Lake Ray Hubbard.  You can see and access the park directly from Interstate 30.  There are two sides of the park, one on the north side of I-30 and one on the south side.  This is a beautiful park with plenty of open space and plenty of things to do for a full day of activities.

Elgin B. Robertson Park South

The south side of the park is more pedestrian.  It has plenty of space for picnics and other day activities.  There are two boat ramps in the southern part of Robertson Park.


Elgin B. Robertson Park North

The north side of Robertson Park is more for the outdoorsman.  There is one boat ramps on the north side of the park.  The dirt roads and trails in this area lead to great picnic areas and fishing areas.  If you are looking for picnic tables and secluded areas, the north side of the park is for you.

Lake Ray Hubbard

There are no fees required to enter Robertson Park.  This is easily the nicest park on the lake and the easiest to access right off of I-30.

  • From I-30, take the Dalrock exit. Two ramps lie south of the freeway, one to the west and one to the east along Launch Circle. On the north side of the freeway, the ramp is to the west off of Cooke road.
  • Three boat ramps, 6 lanes total, with parking for 150 vehicles
  • No fee required
  • Restrooms
  • Open all year
  • Operated by City of Dallas (214) 670-4100
  • Boat gas available at privately operated Bay View Marina

Lake Ray Hubbard


Elgin B. Robertson Park at Dalrock Road and Cooke Lane Lakeside park. Lake Ray Hubbard Dallas, Texas 75388

Note: all fees are subject to change without notice. Please check with the parks directly or with the gate attendants for all official pricing.

You may also be interested in parks at Lake Lavon or parks at Lake Texoma.