32 Parks near Benbrook, Texas
May 2015 - $28.00
We were in 30A site #23. Excellent shade. Some sites have low hanging branches. Sites very spacious. - drfife
Apr 2011 - $20.00
A beautiful little Corps of Engineers park. Lot's of trees and grass, asphalt pads and roads in fair to good condition, steel fire rings, covered picnic tables on concrete slabs, HUGE camping spaces, many lakefront spots. Dump station near entrance. If you have your own bathroom and shower, I'd give it a 10. If you don't, probably a 6. The vault toilet on our end of the park is old, smelly, and not especially clean. No showers on this end. However, there is a modern shower and toilet facility under construction and looks like it could be available any day now. - Sonic
Oct 2006 - $20.00
This park was so clean & quite. Tons of space between sites, and I do mean tons. The Park Hosts were very friendly and knew a lot about the area. The lake level was low, as are most lakes in North Texas right now. Beautiful oak trees throughout the park. This is truly a place to relax, take a walk, or just do nothing. Great park for a vacation or just a weekend home away from home. - Chayes
Dec 2016 - $14.00
Nice park from what we can see out our windows as it's a very cold and wet weekend
Place could use some upgrading and tree limb cutting though. - magic
Nov 2016 - $28.00
Holiday Park Campground is a Corps of Engineers park on the west side of Benbrook Lake near Benbrook, Texas.
Miles of roadway for biking and walking plus miles of hiking and equestrian trails. The park is still recovering from floods earlier in 2016.
They have many RV sites with water and electricity. Central dump station. Back-in and pull through sites. Some sites unlevel.
We were in site 1. We've camped here multiple times and will return. - drfife
Jul 2016 - $14.00
This is a nice COE park. We were in #58 which is labeled as a 100+ foot pull-through. Due to the shape and the trees (both low hanging branches and the tree trunks themselves), it was actually a pull in and back out spot for our 40' 5th Wheel. The site was not level at all and the water post was on the opposite side of the trailer as the electrical post. The grass was about 8 inches long, which is far too long for a campground full of kids running around (snakes). However, this was only the case in the southern loop of the campground. The other parts seemed much nicer. Skip the south dump station altogether (it's on a hill) and drive five minutes to the north station, which is far more accessible and flat. The staff was incredibly friendly and very helpful. We would definitely return...just not to site 58. - Josh H
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This park no longer exists. Drove past today and it is now a construction site. - KiwiRVer
Nov 2013 - $39.00
Rate reflects Escapees Club discount. Perfect location for visiting downtown Fort Worth - world-class museums and great restaurants all within walking distance. Park is old but well-maintained. Sites are very tight, but acceptable. Hostess was very friendly and helpful. Great WiFi. If you don't like urban environments, don't stay here. But if you want experience downtown Fort Worth, the park's deficiencies are offset by its location. We stayed here four nights and would stay again. - Mingo Papa
May 2013 - $36.00
This is the most difficult park I've ever had to navigate and I've been doing this for 20 years. And I only have a 36-foot motorhome. That said, it's the most convenient location in the "middle of the action" in Fort Worth. The electric pedestal I had was one of those just a few inches off the ground and it was so loose it kept letting my plug fall out. The pads are barely wide enough to extend slides. The other thing that makes this place special is the owner and the park host. They are top-notch folks who really want to make your visit as enjoyable as possible. - Midlander
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This site is hidden behind two RV superstores, Camping World and McLain's., and in front of a nice cul-de-sac subdivision. $40 is expensive when you don't have cable or a sewer hookup. But if you need a spot to park overnight to get serviced, it is unbeatable. It is a small concrete lot, six sites, spaced for privacy. I left my camper for a trip to Waco and returned to find everything OK. The attendant on duty should probably not admit that the site boosts prices in peak times to customers, though. I will stay there again when I pick up my repaired trailer. - Mhlangford
Mar 2014 - $30.00
If you like to stay between a custom home construction site and a place that sells a lot of pavers, plus have the ambiance of a very busy freeway with limited lake view, then stay here. Not only is the location bad, but the staff isn't friendly either. Nothing like having an old crotchety drunk who thinks he's a security almost run head on into your car to harass you because you were going 15 mph through the park. - MoreSmarterTexas
Mar 2013 - $30.00
We admit that park personnel at this RV park were friendly and helpful initially, but when we ran into a verified high voltage problem with the park the manager would not admit that there was an issue that needed to be addressed. We have an electrical management system in our motorhome which shuts down power to the rig at above 132 volts, and which did so several times. Using the Lakeview RV park's voltmeter with the manager present, as well as my own, we confirmed about 280 volts in the pedestal wiring which supplies power to the 50 amp outlet, and 140 volts in the wiring supplying power to the 30 amp outlet. All of the expert opinion that I can find, and it was substantial, indicates that these pedestals are out of those power company specs which I am told should be 120V +/- 10% or +/- 12 volts. Those specififications using this formula would permit a maximum of 132 Volts allowable, and voltage at 140 volts is substantially above this level. Since the park manager admitted to me that they had checked three additional pedestals and found the same voltage at all, they assumed that there was no problem. I talked to three licensed electricians, as well as to other experts in the field, receiving eight total opinions that this situation is a serious problem. I believe that the real problem with this situation, however, is that park management would not believe that this is a problem. They told me, with witnesses present, that they have been having substantial electrical problems. However, all they could say was that the only time that they had ever seen this particular problem was with large motorhomes. There are a large percentage of trailers and fifth wheels in this park, and I believe that none of them has the capability to detect electrical problems to the extent that many large motorhomes do. I believe that this situation and this park management attitude will only change when one of these units has a fire or perhaps burns to the ground. I believe that the excessive voltage present could burn up light bulbs, TV sets, refrigerators and other sensitive electrical units and could cause other electrical problems. We had paid for a week's stay but left three days early, and of course they would not refund our money. Their only comment was that since I believed that the voltage was too high, that we should leave the park, which is what we did. This is not the kind of RV park that I ever wish to visit again. - jmorgan54
Nov 2012 - $30.00
Very friendly and helpful staff. Sites are mostly filled with long term tenants. They keep 3 open for travelers if full. Just off of 820 SB so good for traveling through. No showers or washrooms for your use. Laundromat available for your use. Sites are level. - murph164
Feb 2015 - $15.00
Stayed short term. Showers were closed to campers due to mold and bug issues. Park is not maintained. Grass is brown and personal trash piled all over the park--old tires wood etc. Would not recommend a stay. Management is hostile and not will to help with any concerns. - too good
Oct 2014 - $35.00
The staff I dealt with was friendly and helpful and even loaned me a 50-to-30 amp adapter since I didn't have one. The gravel site was relatively level. I did have a couple of issues with the the park. First, the restroom/shower (singular on purpose) was pretty awful as was the laundry room. I definitely would not use either. Second, the visual appeal of the park is very much lacking. It is not a pretty place. Third, not a great place for kids. There is nothing for them to do and really no place to walk or run around without driving somewhere. Overall I felt the park was priced comparably to some much nicer parks within 25 miles. - JPen365
Aug 2016 - $33.00
The "resort" in the park name is a misnomer!!!
The park is gravel throughout, the grass was browned out, my site was not level. My site was an overflow site that accommodates long RV's with trailers. This resulted in my trailer that was still attached to my 40' Class A, to be partially blocking the host's carport. I worried the whole time that my trailer was going to receive damage from someone entering or leaving the carport. The back of the trailer was next to the roadway, so again, I worried about damage from others in the park. The sewer connection was uphill from my drain connection. My tanks did drain but the sewer hose still held fluid. I always drain black and use grey to clear and clean sewer hose, so at least no odor from hose. Site did have 50/30A service and water. No cable but OTA was available from Fort Worth.
The park is predominately used by permanent residents. Most appeared to be working since the park was pretty empty during the day. With roadways and campsites gravel/dirt, the park is pretty dusty. There was one trailer in the back of the host's house that had a drain hose emptying to the ground, not a sewer connection. Isn't that a hazardous waste issue?
The only reason I stayed at this park was it's proximity to Saginaw, a small suburb of Fort Worth. The host was very friendly and accommodated my needs. They came by as I prepared to leave on my scheduled day and thanked me for staying with them. Can't say enough good things about the hosts. The park however could use lots of TLC. - kihei7
Aug 2012 - $15.00
The park is 90% permanent residents. Hard to believe we found this in the Passport America listing. The contact was friendly and helped us find the place. It's way off the beaten path. We did get good electricity. Our pull through was next to a street construction project. A notch above "trailer trash". We got a place to park and the price paid may have been a little high. I looked at the web site and it sounded OK, but what a surprise when we arrived. I would not stay here again. - john rv
Jun 2009 - $15.00
We had three coaches and arrived together.The park is 90% permanent residents and all are in disarray. Passport threw us a curve ball on this one. I cannot believe they would give this place a listing. To be frank, it was one step above "Deliverance" in its appearance. We gave it a two only because a good clean up might help. I like their dogs running loose when we are asked to put ours on a leash. - mh32750
Dec 2016 - $32.00
Not much appears to have been updated at Cowtown since our last visit
three years ago. The place is still clean and maintained. There are still a fair number of full-timer families. Our site was a long and reasonably level concrete pad (cracked a bit) with a grass patio. Site width is about 25 - 30'. We had enough room to park the truck after disconnecting. Water pressure was good at 50psi, 50a power was stable and wifi was decent although pokey at times. They recommend using their wifi for email and web surfing only - no streaming. Our 4g hotspot signal was 5-bar strong. They have cable TV available at no charge and OTA 80+ channels brought in just about everything except ABC channel 8. Overall, this is a convenient park that we like to use whenever visiting relatives in Ft. Worth. We will come back again. - Born2Roam
Oct 2016 - $32.00
We spent one night there, meeting friends after we had taken delivery of our new motor home. When contacting Cowtown, the people on the phone were very nice, and worked to accommodate a short notice schedule change necessitated by a medical issue.
When we did arrive, the entrance was nice and had concrete roads. In the BEST terms I can come up with, the roads towards the back are horrible. Numerous potholes, muddy tracks (it had rained earlier that morning and all these potholes were filled with mud and water). When we were directed to our site, it was essentially a mud pit. It really wasn't something I wanted to be in with a new RV. Also, there was a tree on the curb side that was so close, I couldn't put the slide out. That necessitated backing up through the mud and repositioning the coach as far to the left as we could. Even with that, we couldn't put out the awning.
I was finally able to get the entry door into an area that did have some caliche and a little bit of grass so that we didn't track in mud every time we came inside.
The arrangement on our site made reaching both electric and sewer difficult. If we pulled forward far enough to get to the electric, the sewer connection was out of reach behind the coach. IMHO, not a well thought out arrangement at all. Wifi was acceptable but slow.
Leaving the following day was another adventure in driving through muddy potholes. The exit drive was so muddy that in trying to avoid the potholes, I had to make a turn that had a large tree on the inside of the turn, and received a long limb scrape along the side of the coach.
In general, I was really disappointed with Cowtown RV. - rcflyerrv
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Best park in the area. 10 miles to Weatherford TX which is nearest town. We had a long pull thru, concrete pad and had no trouble getting in and out, parking or leveling. Some sites have trees and the check in staff seemed to be aware of clearance requirements for different sites.
There were some potholes in the unpaved area of the park that they are working on. Took their word on it, never saw anyone working on them.
The grounds are kept trimmed and mowed. There are many long term residents. Did not use their cable, pool, or wifi. Restrooms in our area appeared to be recently remodeled. Great design. Walk in shower in a private restroom. Unfortunately, never cleaned. No toilet paper or soap either. Went to another bathroom in the park a few days later and found a sign that said no more toilet paper would be supplied because residents are stealing it. - bluesnugs
Dec 2016 - $45.00
Our stay here was fine. We got off to the wrong foot by arriving after dark. That was a mistake. The entrances are not well marked and two of the three entrances not visible after dark. We ended up driving until we saw a church parking lot we could get into, detached the car and drove back to register and get the layout of the park. From then on, everything was fine. We essentially got one of our three nights for free. They accept Passport America for two nights, so two nights were $22.50 each, then the third night was $45.00. I would probably not return to this park as a stopover due to the issues getting in and out in a class A motorhome. However, a longer stay would have been fine. - RV Pilot 337
Dec 2016 - $50.00
I stayed at Treetops for the first time just before Christmas 2016. There are pros and cons, but overall I thought it was pretty nice and will likely stay there again. First the pros. It's in a great location. It's only a few minutes away from a major shopping/restaurant area, so it's easy to get to multiple places to eat or shop. Yet at the same time, the park is very quiet and feels more like a rural park, even though it's in the middle of a metropolitan area. The staff was also very friendly. Most of the people there are residents, so there are not many overnighters. But the locals are friendly and everything felt very clean. There are a lot of trees, which is both a pro and a con. The trees looks really nice and make it feel like a park, but the downside is I wasn't able to get any satellite reception (I have 2 different dishes on my roof, and neither one was able to get a signal). The main negative thing I would say is the park is a little difficult to navigate in a large rig (I have a 45' motorhome). Unfortunately, I didn't arrive until after dark, and I would definitely recommend trying to arrive during daylight hours if you're going for the first time. The park is pretty dark at night, and with the trees can be difficult to navigate in the dark. Overall, though, I recommend it to anyone staying in the Arlington area. It's close to all the major attractions in the area. - RedRaider1993
Nov 2016 - $45.00
It's an old mobile home park which has been converted to a rv park. Some sites are difficult to get into (pull-thrus as well as back-ins). The cost was a little high for this park. Quite a few permanent residents. Sites were gravel, close together. Lots of trees. Our site was not very level. It's close to downtown Arlington. - oldbluejay