19 Parks near Cleburne, Texas
Burleson, Texas (map) | (817) 426-5037
Sites: 246 | Latest Rate: $65.00 | 95 Reviews
May 2016 - $65.00
We stayed here about six weeks while our home was undergoing repairs from an electrical fire. We were perfectly content here and would have stayed longer, but they have an odd policy concerning long term stays. Seems the site we were originally assigned to is one of their premium sites and is not available for extended stay. We would have to move if someone wanted a premium site and all the rest were taken. Trying to reason that we were paying full pop for 7 days a weeks while weekenders only pay for 2 or 3 days didn't register with them. Since we couldn't be guaranteed a spot beyond May 27, we opted to move to another park.
All that said, if you're looking for a short stay and have young kids, this park is highly recommended. There's two pools and lots of activities to keep the kids entertained. I've never stayed at a campground where the cable or wifi are worth a hoot and this was no exception. What I look for is a site with no overhead trees to interfere with our satellite and site 199 was just fine. We would have stayed longer if we could have been guaranteed a spot for a few more months. - ajmurray
Apr 2016 - $57.00
Ok. We stay here while waiting to get the motorhome repaired from the hail damages. Staying longer was not in our plans, with that being said the road noise from I 35 is noticeable, the sites need more gravel, and the roads need to be repaired from the utilities that they have dug for the cabin being put in. The WiFii is slow as a snail and drops you a lot. The cable is terrible, they say they have 20 channels - Not! We had to put us on antenna to get CBS,NBC and ABC. Went to the office and complain they sent a teenager to the site and he said there was nothing they could do bout it. The weekends are full of kids that run all over the place with no control from the office or their parents.
We were in one of their premium sites wasn't worth the extra expensive. I will not be back. - virginiagirl2015
Oct 2015 - $45.00
We stayed here for 5 nights. The weekend cost $75.00 per night w/GS. we stayed in the old part of the park. Nice tree shade and still got Satellite reception (without HD cause of light tree interference). Internet was very poor. couldn't even get email most of the time. We would stay here again. - Danorske
May 2016 - $13.00
Gorgeous park with great facilities. Bathrooms are spacious and clean. Sites are spacious and pull-through. Management and staff were courteous. Great location for seeing some small town Texas. Pool is awesome. - lukqbwr4
Jun 2015 - $16.00
Very nice park run by city. Long level sites. Easy check in. Best value in town. - tbax46
Mar 2015 - $14.00
Could be a really nice park. However, please understand. This is a family campground! Do not expect peace and quiet. Kids running through yards even after "quiet" hours. Loud beer parties while kids run unsupervised. No one picks up their dog poop. Generators ran around the clock in the dry camping area! For the most part the staff was VERY accomodating, however, there are several who have attitudes and forget who affords them this "job". No cable and TV reception is sketchy because Glen Rose is down in a hole. Lots of work being done on the park, they are working to improve it. However, that equates to lots of noise even on the weekends, so no real break from that. They do have a nice fenced area for dogs, but one of the workers uses it for their personal dog pen, so good luck finding it empty. Utilities do work well, water pressure is high. Restrooms are very clean, but could use a little sprucing up. Not sure I would stay here again. There is just not much to choose from in the area. - 2ndtimearound
May 2016 - $10.00
We have stayed at Tres Rios 3 x's this year. And have loved every stay. The front campsites are for public month leases, the middle and back sites are for members if the ocean canyon properties. They allow Coast 2 Coast members to stay twice a year. Lots has been written in the reviews about their amenities, so I won't expound on that. Is a comfortable and homey resort. We love the beauty there and walking paths, nice people, nice laundry, playground, etc. We would stay there again but have met our limit for the year. - Susiecamera
Feb 2016 - $1.00
Clean, quiet, large, grassed pull thru spaces. I was able to park my 40' Class A with an 18' trailer attached in space and still had room in the front to park a vehicle. Picnic table, gravel-packed roads, well-maintained. I observed maintenance crews out weeding campsites. Laundry available with a workout room. Large game room with pool tables, kitchen area, bathroom and TV area with restriction to 18 years and older. Office staff are very friendly and efficient during check in. I stayed under Coast-to-Coast affiliation so can't speak to per night rates for public camping.
Close access to local amenities and Ft. Worth or Dallas.
I would stay here again. - kihei7
Feb 2016 - $1.00
Beautiful park with many lovely stone structures in a gorgeous setting on the bluff that overlooks the merge of three rivers (Brazos, Paluxy and Squaw Creek). There is direct access to the river and fishing, boating/tubing/rafting. Miles of walking and biking trails, a swimming pool, rec hall with pool tables, TV area, kitchen and card games, and five washers and dryers ($1.25) in the laundry room. Playgrounds and a children's rec hall with activities, even in the winter. There is a beautiful dining room/ restaurant that could handle 300 plus for a private function. (Except for private functions, the restaurant is only open in the summer time.) They have large and small cabins for family reunions and weddings.
Roads are paved. Sites are level grass/dirt and were in perfect condition when we were there, but my husband prefers gravel or concrete for when it rains. Most sites are spacious, have a picnic table and at least one mature pine or pecan tree that is very tall (not a lot of ground shade.) No cable but Wi-Fi signal is strong.
This is a gated, private membership park (with some affiliation with Coast -to-Coast Resorts) that does allow some non-members when space allows. We received our invitation with our purchase of a motorhome and really enjoyed our visit. Our saleslady, Janna, was charming and efficient, gave us a wonderful tour, and answered all our questions. We did not purchase a membership because we are not full-timers and spend most of our RV time in the parts of New England and Canada where there are no member resorts. (They do have resorts in Canada and New England - just not where we have friends or relatives.) We met folks who were members and full time RVers who rotate thru the member parks, save money and schedule their favorite sites (and seasonal activities) months in advance. They mentioned they love the staff and activities at the different resorts. - Mom_of_Two
Aug 2013 - $35.00
We camped in a pull through site that was adequate for our 36' motorhome. The site was a bit short to leave the towed vehicle hooked up overnight. Hookups worked well and were well placed. Site was almost level. Sites are gravel. There is a grassy area with lots of pine trees that is good for walking the dog. Most of the residents appear to be long term residents. The park served our purposes well. We would stay again. - jdstevens
May 2011 - $27.00
I'm not exactly positive about the rate, but I'm within a few dollars. The owners were so nice. They loaned us a smoker and utensils to use for our meat. It was quiet and the water was hot the next morning for my shower! - pamclem
Mar 2009 - $35.00
This is a very nice park and the name says it. It is midway between two towns and is in a pine forest that was planted by a government agency along time ago. As an experiment? This park is outside of Granbury, right on the highway: there is no traffic after 10pm but it starts up at 5am. We went into the town of Granbury to do some shopping, there are lots of places to get anything you might need. The weather did not co-operate with us on this trip. It was cold and raining and did not let up. We ended our trip early. We enjoyed our short stay. We will go back and stay here again. - Mawmawof10
May 2016 - $30.00
This is a good state park and is well maintained. However, I limit my rating as several of the Premium sites are not good. We camped in site 57 which was a scenic site on the water but the pad was on such an angle we could not level the motorhome. Finally went to Wal-Mart and bought 6 pavers to put under the rear jacks in order to level (the rear tires were about 6" off the ground on both sides). Site 58 across from us was the same as far as unlevel. In addition the sewer connection was some distance from the pad and uphill ??? Not sure who laid this campground out but it was not a 'camper'. WiFi in the bath house didn't work most of the time and when it did it was a weak signal. Phone reception was poor and trees prevented sat reception. North Creek campground (no sewer) was better.... I would not recommend this park nor will I stay here again. - MovinOnDownTheRoad
Jan 2016 - $16.00
Stayed here for a week. Full hookups all taken on a busy weekend. Stayed in Keyhole site #30. No problem getting sat reception. Easy check-in as a drive up with no reservations. Site was w/e only. Good placement of services. Sewer site services placed in easy to access. Will stay here again. Stayed in Cleburne SP in a motorhome. - mdmnkcm
Jan 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here to attend the Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth. Our campsite was incredible! It backed right up to the lake, and was huge. We are going to make a return trip in warmer weather. The full hookups were easily accessible and appeared to be recently updated. - Major Dad
Apr 2016 - $14.00
Upon arrival, very friendly and helpful gate attendants said site 78 (our reservations) was unlevel and he would recommend we change to 73 which was level. This is a beautiful, quiet, relaxing park with spacious water and electric sites that needs updating. It is big rig friendly but most sites are unlevel and not as described on map. 90 over the air antenna TV channels, good satellite and phone reception. There is no gate code so after 10pm you must walk to site. Will definitely return. - RJourney
Feb 2016 - $28.00
Nice park. Very little shade. The sites are uneven and would be hard for larger campers. Our water didn't work at our site. The maintenance guys tried to fix it unsuccessfully. They said it had been out for 2 days but the main gate didn't tell us that or move us when we checked in, despite the fact that plenty of sites were open. That could have been handled better. But the park is pretty and quiet. The sites are large. And there is hiking in the park. - Two_Huschels
May 2015 - $14.00
Our rate was with the Federal Senior Agency Pass. The park was not full at all and it would seem a good idea to come in and pick your site rather than reserve one as the map on-line does not properly represent the distance between sites, from sites to the lake and from sites to the restrooms, and many sites are not at all level. The restrooms here are sorely in need of upgrade as they are too old and one ladies room actually without a door, which results in major bug issues. The sites and interior roads are paved but also need refinishing. The water & electric hookups were good. There is plenty of shade and a nice amount of space between sites. Each site has a covered picnic table on a concrete slab. Gate personnel were very friendly and helpful. - R&S
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
Jun 2016 - $42.00
We've stayed here before, but won't next time. The gravel roads are in need of repair, grass needs mowing. Lots of construction going on but apparently no maintenance. There are new owners and the price has gone up. Too high a price for a gravel parking lot. - cameocamper
May 2016 - $40.00
Park has new owners who increased the rates to $46.00 per night. This is a clean park with a lot of full time residents. The WiFi is not good and either does not allow you to connect or stay connected. If you are lucky and get connected it is very slow. While this is a good park it is over priced for what you get. I will look for another park next time I pass through. - MovinOnDownTheRoad
May 2016 - $25.00
Made it to Texas with no problems, had a monthly reservation at the Texan RV Resort (Mansfield) via phone for a back-in. When I got my receipt it was for a pull-through (no big deal). We were told that since we weren't going to be coming in until about the 5th that our monthly rent would be pro-rated - it was not.
We arrived and at first our reservation could not be found. Then we were led to a spot that had a travel trailer in it. Then we were told to park in another spot - okay - no problem.
So we pull in, drop the trailer off of the truck and proceed. Then someone in the camp's golf cart comes up and says we have to move to ANOTHER spot.
When I went to clarify what was going on, I was told that a "previous employee" didn't update the computer and then the girl that was on shift the day before yesterday didn't update either.
We were told that we would get $100 off our next month's rent - but what if we don't stay another month? This park was not our first pick in this area.
On a side note, we have a MDT International with a 42' 5th wheel and the first spot would have been tough to get into anyway. The second spot we got into easily (and it had a shade tree with grass). The final spot has no shade and no grass.
When asked why we had to move out of the second spot I was told that THAT spot had been reserved specifically for tomorrow's arrival.
To top it off, Wi-Fi is weak and won't connect.
Welcome to Texas...... - DianneC
Oct 2015 - $19.00
Located about 3 miles west of I-35W(Exit 26) on the south side of US Hwy. 67. If eastbound on Hwy. 67, turn right into the park. If westbound on Hwy. 67, you must be in the left turn lane & do a U-turn to get in to the park. Hwy. 67 is a 4 lane divided highway, so there is ample room to do a U-turn. This is an older park & most sites are somewhat narrow. There are many long term residents. The park has ample power & water pressure. No cable TV, but lots of channels available with the roof antenna. Utilities are conveniently located on the sites. Most sites share a pedestal, therefore most campers are set up with doors facing each other. Wifi worked well during our stay. The staff was very friendly & helpful. While not a destination resort, this park served our purposes well, & we would return again when in this area. - c lewis
Jul 2014 - $15.00
We were really enjoyed our stay and were very impressed with the RV Park. The owners were really friendly and helpful. We stayed 2 nights and the Tuesday night gospel music was GREAT! We will definitely stay there every time we get close to Alvarado. - O. Halbert
Mar 2014 - $16.00
We stayed here for a week in March 2014. Nice level asphalt site with shade trees. Wi-Fi was good. It's not a destination park, but it's a great deal for the price. $16 per night or $80 per week. Great layover when traveling down I-35. I will stay here again. We stayed in a 5th wheel. - DrDean99
Jul 2016 - $1.00
This park has come along way in improving its service. Staff was friendly and went out of their way to help. Sites have been cleaned up to allow bigger rigs without damaging the rv yet still maintain privacy. Pools where clean and maintained. Only two issues I had, one was the road condition is poor and pot holes need to be filled. Second issue was 50 amp service was poor. They are very limited and not well marked when they had it. - Luthersr
Nov 2015 - $0.00
The park for bit hard with the fall rains. Apparently most of the facilities got flooded and they are in the process of renovating. The laundry is finally open and the family center is the hub of activity until the adult center is finished, should be by the end of the month. The roads are in need of repair, as they are very pot holed. The member activities are still going on and the staff is working hard to get the park back into tip top shape. We had no problem with the electric or WiFi through our Verizon hotspot. - twocoots
Nov 2015 - $1.00
I don't know where the excellent reviewers were staying but it couldn't have been this campground. I reserved a campsite for 2 weeks and this review is being submitted at the end of the first day here.
Pros: there is a lot of space between most campsites which are spread among the cedar trees.
Cons: Wi-Fi is advertised but there are only 2 hotspots in the campground and one is currently down and the other one doesn't show up on my phone.
Cable TV is advertised but it is nonexistent. Roads are terrible and full of potholes.
Adult lodge and laundry room are closed with no advertised reopening. Went to the Family Activity Center and it was closed for renovations. Campsites are not level and have not been attended to in awhile. No over-the-air TV channels. If you use a satellite dish you have to pick your site wisely. Verizon cell service is iffy and spotty, so my Jetpack is constantly dropping service. The water pressure is low and water flow is poor.
The campground was hit by a tornado in May 2015 and 6 months later they still use this as a reason for the condition of the campground. Poor management and poor maintenance are the reasons, not a tornado. - jnateg