17 RV Parks near Granbury, Texas
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Not a "ranch"! Needs TLC! Very little shade. You check in at RV center once you enter campground on a back road - confusing! Mostly long term residents. Gravel site. WiFi was by Ethernet and was amazing! So fast! RV center caters to 5th wheels and pull-behinds. Store is well stocked. - Retired FL CSM
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Sites very close. They water trees and what little grass there is during nite and we would step out our unit into a muddy mess. The lady who runs park can be very hateful. Very disappointed with the park. - Nadine W
Apr 2015 - $28.00
GPS led us to the camping store on a super busy highway instead of to the rv park behind the store so check out the directions before you are committed to the small store parking lot. RV park was a little tight for big rig. Very little space between sites. Picnic table is situated at the back of your rig. Not a destination park, but good while exploring the Granbury area. - mhollis1
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
Mar 2017 - $10.00
Our campsite was grass and it was level and clean. The check in was quick and we were escorted to our site. Shower facilities were not adequate and aged. Close to Glen Rose, Granbury is 15 miles away. We would stay here again. - JBu
Oct 2016 - $15.00
We stayed 10 days here. Full hookups but no cable TV. WiFi free but we didn't use it this stay. Weekdays and nights very quiet however the weekend we were there there were many families with children who were noisy and didn't observe the quiet time. I was awakened at 7:15 on Saturday with kids screaming and yelling and dogs barking. No phone number to call for security, you have to walk way up to the office and push a button to get anyone. However, after I complained to management Saturday, Sunday morning was quieter but I was very happy to see the loud families leave that day! They have a church service Sunday mornings in the park courtesy of the local Cowboy Church. I always attend Sunday Services at 10 am at that church.
This park has many grass stickers in it this time of year, they stick to EVERYTHING and our dog gets them in her paws if we don't carry her (50+ lbs!) over the patches of burrs while walking her.
The rivers surrounding the park are beautiful and the park tried to keep the habitat as natural as possible. As I said, weekdays and nights are very quiet as a rule and we appreciate that. They have a restaurant in the historical lodge that is open on weekends only. There are separate buildings for organized activities for children and adults and children are supervised at all times. Also, we appreciate that the park is gated and does not allow motorcycles in except to go directly to and from their sites. - overogal
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
Apr 2017 - $30.00
Very nice clean park - sites are a little close but LOTS of trees and very clean restrooms and showers. All the hookups were easy to access and well maintained - park is very well maintained and near a city road but not much noise after dark. We were there at a time when there were about 60 open spots and park chose to put a family with noisy small children next to us (senior citizens) so we questioned that choice but it was OK . There are trash cans throughout the park but only one big trash bin near the entrance. Staff is friendly and helpful. We would go there again. By the way the site was VERY sloped. It was hard to get level. Glad we had wooden blocks. - EllieMae Erskine
Mar 2017 - $32.00
The very first time I stayed at this park was 1967 when I was in Girl Scouts and we stayed in one of the cabins. It was privately owned then. Over the past few years the city of Glen Rose purchased the historical park. I believe it open in the 1920's as a tourist camp. We had a gorgeous shaded site, #30. We will ask for this site again. It was close to or actually right next to the beautiful showers. The park has at least 3 shower locations, one is open to the public to be used for the pool. They have a huge pool, large community room, a store and the park is home to many music venues during the year. So there is a big open area and stage for music festivals. Lots of areas for kids to ride bikes play ball or what ever. There are quite a few small cabins that look like they would be fun to stay in. Within walking distance of the river, the Big Rock City Park and the quaint downtown area that has a wonderful abundance of eating places, antique stores and boutiques. We walked to town two times to eat and shop. And the historical court house. Be sure you visit downtown Glen Rose and eat at The Green Pickle, one of the best burgers around good breakfast too. My favorite place to eat when we visit is the most adorable restaurant and combonation bookstore it's called The Storibook. It has wonderful sandwiches, soups and desserts. It is actually a bookstore turned restaurant so lots of book to browse through. Wonderful area for kids to play while you eat. And if your still in mood for dessert, or better yet pie stop by The Pie Peddler downtown square and have a slice of pie. Pie is their speciality pie, pie, pie any kind you might want. There is also an Italian restaurant downtown and you can find Mexican and BBQ out on Hwy 67. Glen Rose is a gem of a town.One of my favorite Texas towns. Can't wait to visit it again. - True Texas
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Site was pretty level and had a tree, so it helped with keeping the RV cool. Had a swimming pool that closed at 3:00 p.m. but opened the next morning at 9:00 a.m. along with loud music. Roads were a little confusing coming in. We ended going the wrong way but it was pretty empty, so it wasn't an issue. No picnic table and sites were pretty close together but we were here for just over night. Some road noise during the night. People at the office were nice. - Lagni
Dec 2016 - $25.00
Nice sites in cedar forest. Some of the sites are too small for anything over 25 feet, but quite a few can handle big rigs. Lots of hiking, but most is on the other side of the river, so it is best to have wet boots for crossing. - Michael.Roadtrek
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Good little park to stay at. It would definitely be on your list if you had young children - they would love all the sights regarding dinasours. We only stayed here for 2 nights midweek and were kind of mystified as to why we were given the site we got. First of all, it was pretty had to get into with our 32 foot RV, as it was not angled at all - straight in with no ability to use space across to maneuver. This was really odd when there were so many sites that were vacant the entire 2 days we were here - closer to the river and easier to get into. The trails were pretty good - but signage was somewhat lacking (green paint on rocks instead). Had to cross the river on foot (no bridge) and perhaps this is easier when water is lower, but made it a bit difficult to walk after having totally soaked feet. Luckily we had wet shoes and changed - but others we met didn't. Very pretty and very interesting place, all in all. Loved the stone fire pits - awesome! - Scotty 5154
Jan 2016 - $25.00
This is the most quiet campground I've ever stayed in. The weather was unusually warm for January and the campground was completely full. At 8pm both nights, I walked my dogs and could not heard a sound - no traffic noise in the distance, no noisy neighbors, no airplanes overhead - just peaceful quiet.
Plenty of maneuvering space for my 40ft 5th wheel (all sites are back in). My site was smooth and level. Several small parking lots to park your tow vehicle or toad. Sidewalks through the trees to the restroom/ shower building so you don't have to walk all the way around the loop if you prefer.
VERY clean restrooms, showers, dump station, and no litter seen anywhere.
MANY very nice walking, biking, hiking trails. I didn't visit the campground store.
Courteous and professional park employees. - 2bearbill
Nov 2012 - $26.00
Ok for over night stay. Gravel sites that are not level is the biggest draw-back to the park. Both front wheels of the 40' Class A motor home were off the ground by 6" in order to be level. Had to drop the wheels down to touch the ground, thus leaving us not level for the night. Staff very friendly and polite. Easy in and out. These unlevel sites were all in the 50 amp sites. The 30 amp sites appeared to be more level. Wi-Fi was free but at times slow. - Eduardo
Nov 2010 - $23.00
Very convenient to Fossil Rim attraction. Dated but adequate. We used 30 amp power, but 50 amp was available at a higher rate. - Behrs
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We stayed in site 58 in Poplar point. Probably one of the worst sites to level, however had we planned better we could have straddled the concrete stop to back up more and that would have leveled us out a lot more. The sites were spacious and tree covered. We had spotty antenna signal the first night but Saturday it was fine. My mom had no complaints about the bathrooms. The park host was helpful when we arrived but the park staff weren't exactly helpful in choosing a spot. We said we wanted to be closer to the lake, and we actually moved from the sites down by the creek to poplar point, but they didn't tell us we were getting the most unlevel site there. Other state park employees are far more helpful in picking sites and have even pulled out books with campsite details but they did not offer any assistance. Cell phone (att) service was nearly non-existent. - LaurenP
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
Apr 2017 - $26.00
This park was essentially full of monthly/long term residents, with very few spaces available. Check in was pleasant enough. The roads in are mostly gravel, and generally wide. Our site was gravel and weeds, and required 1 Lego block to level. Our chief issue with this park was the incredible volume of road noise from passing traffic. No matter where you are, you get constant loud noise from all the cars and trucks using Cleburne Highway literally 24/7. Sites have neither patio nor table. You are not allowed to put a mat out. The rules also state "no rigs older than 10 years". However, we saw at least 8 RVs that had to be at least 20 years or older. No cable TV was available. The Laundry room was not air conditioned, had a bare concrete floor, and fans on the lights for air circulation. Wash or dry was $1.50. Machines were clean and worked well. WiFi averaged 0.7 Mbps, when it worked; however, it was nearly impossible to use at peak times. The fresh water in the park is "Well water"; it had an odd whiff of bleach at times. The sewer was only a 3" threaded connection, which you don't see too often compared to the usual 4" threaded connection. The garbage dumpster is at the very rear of the park. - Llando88
Mar 2017 - $31.00
Office is in back of Park. We stayed two nights. Very friendly staff and owner. We would stay here again. - kathy n tom
Nov 2016 - $28.00
We stayed 1 week in a pull through while visiting our family. We left to get some RV work done and came back for 3 days. Everyone was very nice and helpful. We will go back. - BJ&ME
Mar 2017 - $28.00
This is a nice park. Not much more to say. The sites are very spacious. There is no septic, but the cellular signal is super strong. This is not a "destination" lake. It is a fishing lake and it suffers a lot from Texas droughts. The staff are very good though. It is a great weekend getaway. The trees overhanging the roads in the main loop can make for nervous negotiating of turns with 40+ foot trailers and motorhomes. We've never had a "bad" experience here. But, the sites are NOT level. Bring lots of blocks. And the road coming to the campground will beat you and your trailer to death. Watch for the huge/rough rut in the road hidden in the shade of the trees and go SLOW! I wish someone would throw a bag of gravel across it at the least, for crying out loud! - Brian and Oleta
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
May 2017 - $28.00
Pleasant COE campground near Fort Worth. Just passing though, so didn't have time to do much exploring. Nice, tree shaded sites, some pull through. One caution though - the park map suggests that Sites 1-18 are lakeshore. They may be close to the lake, but a dense forest separates that part of the campground from the lake. So, if you want to see the lake from your site, choose the other part of the campground. - jwppagosa
Apr 2017 - $28.00
Bear Creek Campground is on Benbrook Lake just southwest of Fort Worth, Texas. Most sites 30A & water. A few 50A & water sites. Two full hookups sites, but not available to public. Many old live oak trees. Several sites have low hanging limbs, caution advised for high profile RV's. Most sites spacious. Best #33 with unobstructed lake view. #22 has great afternoon shade, but utilities are on wrong side. One modern restroom/bathhouse bear front of park , the others are old and tired. Park is adjacent to a remote control airplane airfield, so expect noise on Saturday and Friday afternoon. - drfife
May 2015 - $28.00
We were in 30A site #23. Excellent shade. Some sites have low hanging branches. Sites very spacious. - drfife