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This is a new campground and very nice. All sites are pull thru (approx 80’) with a lot of space between spaces. Grass is about 80% in for the pups. They have cabins, kids pool, adult only pool, large play ground and a club house. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable of the area. Easy access…
Of course as the name suggests, a great way to learn about prehistoric creatures and a chance to see their footprints, it has an amazing river access to swim or relax during the day! The water is clean and not too deep, but gets deeper near the blue hole to swim.
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This may be a great campsite but for us it was terrible. When we arrived at 11pm the gates were locked with no one in site. Was supposed to be a one night stopover with a morning swim. Ended up at the rest stop instead. Not a single word about late arrivals at the gate or on recreation.gov.
Love it all around, it's beautiful, great fishing, camping, nice people, all around a great place. Liberty Hill is the only park we will go to.
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Have visited several times, we purchased park pass as they charge daily fee of $10 per vehicle. Joe Pool lake is part of park. It’s a big park, lots of good spaces. We stayed at site 190. It’s at end of road with privacy. Our only complaint on this site is when it rains, water pours into site and…
Spacious walk-out site. Real hot in July (as expected for Texas). Fire ring and lantern like available. Overall lovely site at a great park.
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Site 412: on the newest “row”. I will say that there is zero shade and no grass but the older spots had some rooted grass. It was a great, centrally located park. Dinosaur World is literally across the street (easily walkable) and Dinosaur Valley State Park is an easy drive (make reservations…
Friendly staff at check-in. We stayed in campsite 29 which is kind of elevated a bit and we had a great view of the lake. Even tho it rained quite a bit we still enjoyed ourselves. Local sheriff’s dept and park ranger made several trips through the park which made it feel secure. Bathroom…
We stopped here with our 38’ travel trailer for an overnight on our way north. The ranger at the gate was very friendly and informed us that due to flooding and the lake being 7 feet above normal, all the trails and boat dock were closed.
We had a nice shady site, #224, in Loop G, which was easy…
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Great for the family! Has 80 ft pull through with full hookup. Five cabins. Two swimming pools and hot tub. River and state park access. Nice store and friendly staff. Bathhouse, dog park, playground. Weekend activities like movie night, s’mores, hay rides, and petting zoo. Very clean.
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This is literally the best campground for families. There are tons of activities, games, crafts, pools, petting zoo, water park, and more. We love it here. We will come again soon!
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The issues we did have with this campsite, arriving after hours and someone taking our original spot is not the fault of the park. And other than those 2 things, our stay was great. Easy to get in, easy to sleep, and easy to get out! Great stopping point.
Gated. Level pads. Quiet. Dog park. Play ground. Wifi. Cable. Lake.
We ended up changing our trip last minute and ended up in Ceder Hill. It was the closest place to Dallas and most attractive. Once we saw the spot, we fell in love with it. This is what RV life is supposed to be everywhere. And it only costs $25 a night, plus $5 per person.
Peaceful Army Corps of Engineer park with 12 sites, half are shaded. Clean vault toilets, dumpsters, and water between most sites, covered picnic tables and fire pits, a few have stand up grills. Some locals take the sites for day use fishing so those might open up towards evening. Entry gate…
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