RV Parks in Granbury, Texas

RV Parks in Granbury, Texas
Granbury, Texas, is less than 30 miles southwest of Fort Worth, dominated by Lake Granbury. The town's RV parks are a logical base for campers looking to take advantage of the area's boating and fishing opportunities. Farther south is Dinosaur Valley State Park, which offers RV campers more facilities and an entirely different set of attractions.

Bennett's RV Ranch

Bennett's RV Ranch offers 44 RV paved sites with shade trees. Each site has full hookups, mostly with up to 50-amp electricity. However, the ranch is unusual in that it advertises some sites with 100-amp electricity. Among its other features and facilities are a clubhouse with a public kitchen and living room with fireplace, a bathhouse, a playground and a coin laundry. It also has high-speed Internet and phone service available upon request. Bennett's RV Ranch is a member of Good Sam's RV Club and is a 6-mile drive from a Lake Granbury marina.

Bennett's RV Ranch
3101 Old Granbury Rd.
Granbury, TX 76049
(817) 279-7500
bennettsrvranch.com

377 RV Park

The 377 RV Park is part of a larger complex called the Cowboy Marketplace, which sells a range of cowboy supplies (such as horse tack) and arts and crafts. Its 50-site RV park is largely open and lacking in shade. All sites have full hookups (30- and 50-amp electricity). The camping facilities include a clubhouse and a bathhouse. As an added touch for RV campers who have a horse trailer in tow, this cowboy-themed park maintains a five-stall horse barn.

377 RV Park
4170 E. Hwy. 377
Granbury, TX 76049
(817) 579-1315
cowboy-marketplace.com/rvpark.html

Dinosaur Valley State Park

Located about a 15-mile drive south of Granbury, this Texas state park has a 46-site joint tent and RV campground. All of the campsites have water and electrical hookups, picnic table, barbecue grill and fire pit. The campground is serviced by a centrally located shower house and also has a dump station. The park itself is an enclosure of over 1,500 acres that protects some of the best-preserved dinosaur tracks in the world. There are several trails hiking trails in the park, some of which are open to mountain bikes as well. As the Paluxy River runs through the middle of the park, river swimming and fishing are also possible, and there is an equestrian area open to guests.

Dinosaur Valley State Park
P O Box 396
Glen Rose, TX 76043
(254) 897-4588
tpwd.state.tx.us/spdest/findadest/parks/dinosaur_valley/

Article Written By Edwin Thomas

Edwin Thomas has been writing since 1997. His work has appeared in various online publications, including The Black Table, Proboxing-Fans and others. A travel blogger, editor and writer, Thomas has traveled from Argentina to Vietnam in pursuit of stories. He holds a Master of Arts in international affairs from American University.

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