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26 RV Parks near Cleburne, Texas
Sep 2018 - $3.00
This park is in need of some repairs. The pools are quite nice and kept very clean. We didn't use the restrooms located within the campground, but the ones near the pools were top notch and very clean! There are few 50 Amp FHU site available to transient traffic. There are several more that are "black bagged" (read: not available for use) in need of repair. The staff was helpful when needed, but I didn't really see them out and about or socializing at any time during our stay. We would likely stay here again, as is is close to family in the area. I wish they would work out a deal with the Corps of Engineers so that you could actually SEE and get to the lake easily. Not a whole lot to do around here. - TxDorsey1975
Apr 2018 - $3.00
This is a large campground with many camp sites. There are a few 50 amp sites, but they are limited in number with many sold to annuals. When we arrived on an April Monday there were still three 50 amp sites available to us so we picked the one we liked best and settled in. There are three camping loops: A, B, and D (loop C isn't open to the public). Loop D is closest to the campground entrance. While most of the campsites are full hookup, 30 amp sites you want to know that there are water-electric only sites scattered around the campground. You'll want to keep the campground map before you as you pick your site. Loop A, which is the farthest in from the entrance (over a mile) has a row of pull through sites. Again, keep an eye on your campground map as some don't have a sewer hookup. We had a nice 50 amp back-in site. While we weren't alone, there were many vacant spots all around us, making for a quiet, enjoyable stay. We were also an easy walking distance to the Adult Lodge. (I'll mention that the road by Loop A is bordered by a golf course and once we came within just a few feet of being hit by a golf ball.) Neither of the pools were open yet but we checked out the game room, workout room, and lodge. A bit farther is the parking lot for those wanting to hike the trail taking them off the Thousand Trails property down to Lake Whitney. Really, there's not much reason to come to Lake Whitney Thousand Trails to enjoy Lake Whitney. The only real negative to Lake Whitney Thousand Trails is the roads. Honestly, they are really bad. The mile in from the highway to Loop A gets worse the farther you get into the campground. While we liked the campground and enjoyed the campsite we certainly didn't like bringing our camper in over the pothole filled road. If I were rating this campground based on campsites and amenities, I think I would give it an eight. However, if you factor in the roads that rating drops down to maybe a six. - nazpaz
Mar 2018 - $3.00
Rate reflects 50 amp charge for thousand trail membership. Few 50 amp sites and some did not have sewer. Lots of sites covered with black plastic bags having electric problems but they were working on some sites. Roads in bad condition and many sites weren't level. Spread out with over a mile between office and children pool and the adult center and pool. Buildings old but clean. Park had lots of activities over spring break and a restaurant on site. Lots of trees for shade and two pools probably a nice place in the summer. Many trees and some sites hard to get into because of all the trees. Our fault but lost our awning to one tree. Watch out for the trees. We would come back to this park. - fulltimehusker
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Relatively new park with pull through sites. All gravel, dirt, & grass. Looks to be a new park still under construction with sites and utilities in. It has potential when it is landscaped & more gravel added. Grounds were wet and muddy. There is a field to the east with young Bison that came to the fence. Web site says no units over 1o years w/o approval, and the two there where obviously over 10 years old. OK for over night if you need to stop. - Edd505
Nov 2018 - $20.00
Beautiful fall colors! We will be back. Our site required some effort to level, but that's OK. Had plenty of TV signal but AT&T cell signal was very weak. Lots of hiking trails, and the lake is nice, although we didn't catch any fish. Didn't see any deer but we had a red fox walk thru our site. - GoHorns!
Apr 2018 - $30.00
We stayed here for several days and had a great visit. Beautiful location and a nice place for kids. Our site was private although not very level and the staff was supper friendly. Some sites are at awkward angles making backing in a challenge. The nearest grocery store is Albertson's, 15 miles away, so be sure to pack what you need. - clecogirl
Oct 2017 - $28.00
We had a fantastic time at Cleburne State Park. Our site was huge, near the lake and the view was fantastic. Could have spent a week there but sadly we were only there for the weekend. We were close to the public showers and they very clean and well maintained. There is a nice park for the kids, a large meeting room that is available to rent for large groups. And they have covered shelters to rent. Our campsite was well shaded as it looks like most of them are. Not all sites back up to the lake. We enjoyed a gorgeous sunset and sunrise. Staff was supper friendly probably the most friendly we have encountered at a state park. Best part it is only about 15 miles from our house. I'm honestly not sure of the cost of our site. - True Texas
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Although I had to put an amount, we did not stay here. We drove through the park which we really liked the looks of. I called the office the next morning for rates and see about being put on a very long waiting list. The lady informed me our rv would have to be 10 years old or newer to stay here and she would check our title to make sure it was. Nowhere on the website does it say anything about a year model policy! Very disappointing since our rv is in better shape than several that are long term there already. Unfortunately we had to pick another rv park that is about 15 miles from where we need to be located. - Pamela D from Ark
Apr 2018 - $40.00
First of all, this is a trailer park, not a campground. If I had extended my awning it may have touched the camper next to me. Which means when I walked out of my door I had to take care not to trip over their sewer hose. The layout is terrible. Parts of the campground (including the office) are not accessible from other parts, without getting out on the road and looping around. Secondly, although they advertise WiFi, and give you a piece of paper with a network name and password... the password doesn't work. I asked my neighbor who had been there a few months, and he told me he had never gotten it to work. Thankfully that AT&T signal was sufficient for a hotspot connection. Lastly, I will say the lady at the desk was nice, and did allow us to stay an hour past the normal noon checkout so we could go to church. They do have cable television hookup, which worked well. I would also have to say that given the quantity, quality, and density of the trailers crammed into this place, it is fairly well maintained and clean. Although I would not rule it out, we would seek other options if we found ourselves in this vicinity in need of a place to overnight. - GoHorns!
Mar 2018 - $40.00
Nice park in the front. Older and long term campers in back. Pool looked very nice but to cold to get in. We stayed 2 months visiting family. WiFi was good most of time. We paid $510.00 month plus electric. Video store connected to office, which nobody is usually in, go to video side. Wednesday is buy one get one free. Did see a problem with people not picking up dog poo. No camp host. No one to keep an eye on things. - milodog
Oct 2018 - $24.00
Due to recent heavy rains and other campgrounds flooded out all the other nicer campgrounds were booked up. We had no other options. In town to visit family. Not exactly friendly check in, really strange rules on breeds of dogs. Noise from US67 was loud..it never died down..lots of trucks and engine braking. Dont think we'll return. - TXTread
Nov 2016 - $15.00
Older park but very clean and orderly. Owners are super nice. Very nice long term residents. Will stay here again. Everything worked and was in good repair. - Jumper
Sep 2016 - $16.00
The best park for the money for over night stop. About 3 mi off I35. Put money in envelope at office. I had called ahead and knew our lot number. A map would have been nice. Had to look for site. A very nice resident he led us in. Lots aren't spacious. But again for the money, great park. - Long01
Sites: 246 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 107 Reviews
Mar 2019 - $36.00
We used North Texas Jellystone as an overnight stop. They have one section of about ten mostly level concrete back-in sites suitable for an overnight (or a few days) stay. These are the first sites in the 400's. The rest of the park appears to be occupied by long-term guests. I personally wouldn't consider anything below #400 as a viable site for a traveling RVer. The pull-thrus between #'s 19 and 120 are not suitable for travelers. While technically a pull-thru, the sites look to be more trouble than they are worth. The site surfaces are gravel, dirt, and somewhat undefined. The remainder of the campground looks dated and not well maintained. At the time of our visit, the park was occupied by mostly older, junky trailers with considerable "stuff" sitting around and a lot of trash scattered throughout the park. This may not be the case in the summertime; perhaps they are trying to maximize revenue in the winter. The park is easily accessible from Burleson and South Fort Worth; all utilities worked, and the kids working at check in were pleasant. There was no trash pickup; the dumpster was sitting in a big pit of mud, making accessibility difficult. That's sad because there are young employees constantly driving around on golf carts, but they aren't motivated to pick up the trash. We would stop here again if assured one of the lower 400's. It's just not a resort by any stretch of the imagination. - dad2aprincess
Oct 2018 - $45.00
Extremely large family friendly resort that isn't very pet friendly. I was disappointed to find they don't have a dedicated pet walk area or enclosed dog run. The area noted on their map is an unkempt field of knee high grass that backs up to woods. Other than that, you have the small areas between sites. There are quite a few long term residents and on-site construction workers (who live in trailers that don't meet park guidelines). Also beware that apparently there is a pet policy in the paperwork that is not disclosed on their web page. Stray cats being fed, constantly overflowing dumpsters and off leash pets on the grounds and in the buildings was the last straw. That was my first and last stay at this "resort". - TrvlnRN
Mar 2018 - $70.00
We have site 42. Don't use this one. One inch of rain and you are flooded, and it stays around when every one else is dry. They advertise a pool; it is not usable - like 55 degrees, they advertise a water park. Suppose to be open on Saturdays - not open. They did not want to heat the pools. Said they would wait for the sun to warm them . Called Jellystone twice and no one has responded, - jim sanders
Mar 2017 - $39.00
Great stay! We stayed a week and one day. They have a weekly rate. Cable TV was good. Internet not so good. Most of this park is permanent residents. Some of the mobile homes are from the 1960's. But, everything was very neat and clean. The roads are a little bumpy. No problem with our 40 foot diesel pusher. Site was gravel. Picnic table, pull thru and extra parking. Very shady in some parts. The personnel working were great - friendly and helpful. There was a storm one night with a few limbs blown down. They had it all cleaned up early the next morning. Very convenient to Fort Worth. Our daughter lives in the TCU area, and we were only 20 minutes from her. Off of I 35 W South. We will definitely stay here again. - User1574
Apr 2016 - $39.00
We stayed for 2 months. The location is good but the park needs so much work. The inner roads are so bad and have been patched so many times. The sites have been patched and so uneven, it takes a lot to level your rig. The office staff are very friendly. We will stay here again because it is close to our family. Sure wish they would make some improvements. - milodog
Apr 2016 - $39.00
Entering into park I was very concerned from the appearance. The roads are asphalt, patched with asphalt, and the patches were patched. The office staff was very nice. Our site #93 was very close to neighbors and not very level at all. The cable TV did not work well at all and, as seems to be common at most parks, the WiFi was slow. The Verizon data connection was strong and much faster.
We were visiting local friends and, due to the campground appearance, were too embarrassed to invite them over to see our brand new travel trailer.
I think there are probably better parks to stay at nearby so we probably will not stay here again. - Tewickh
Jan 2016 - $28.00
We camped at Hamm Creek Park near Rio Vista, Texas in site RV1 in January 2016. We were one of two RV's in the park. They have five sites with 50A full hookups and 26 sites with 50A and water. The rate was $24/night plus $2/person daily entry fee. Cash only, no credit cards or checks accepted. Sites RV1-RV5 have full hookups. The park is located on the Brazos River with river access and boat ramps. It is popular with fishermen. The sites are generous with pull through and back-ins available. The facility is well designed and well maintained. This place is a hidden gem and I'm writing the first review on RVPR! - drfife
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Privately owned RV park on Beaumont Ranch 800 acres. RV park is generally a large field with water and electric service only. There is a dump site on the property behind the check in building. Most electric boxes are 30 amp. Only about 10 are 50AMP. Electric boxes are not labeled with amperage, however, approximately 10 boxes located next to the main road are 50 AMP, rest are 30. Power supply fluctuates so be sure to use surge suppressor. Water pipes were leaking and had been for some time. Lots of standing water around power pole and water pipe. All sites are back in. Two sites are "covered" with metal building to help with Texas heat. Both appeared to be occupied full time. No shade at all on the RV grounds. Getting to the actual park is a challenge for big rigs (anything over 32') as the roads are winding, and narrow with no shoulders. Main entrance to the ranch is somewhat deceiving as there is an "overhead" archway with "Beaumont Ranch" on it. Height appears to be less than 14 feet, so high profile vehicles should not enter Gate 1 (main gate), but continue pass the entrance and watch for RV Park signs. No one accompanied us to our site, in fact, we were told to "pick out a site and come in to the office in the morning to pay." Entire RV area is grass, and although electric boxes have numbers on them, sites are not well defined. Several electric boxes had wasps in them, so be careful opening.
Nice fishing ponds with paddle boats. Cattle-drive was fun, as was the sporting clay shooting. If you are coming into the RV park, use Gate 3, and plan to arrive before dark or you will be swarmed by the night bugs. The people were very friendly, knowledgeable, helpful. Even though most of the main property grounds around the check in area are not well suited for high profile heavy large rigs, once in the RV park, that is not an issue. - usamacdonald2