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About North Holiday Park

North Holiday Park is situated on the banks of Benbrook Lake near Fort Worth, Texas. It is an excellent destination for picnicking, boating, swimming and fishing. Fossil hunting is popular around Benbrook. About 85 million years ago, the area was covered by an ancient sea. Today, visitors enjoy searching for fossilized clams and corral. Natural Features: The picnic area is on the north end of Benbrook Lake near the dam. The lake is located in the Grand Prairie region of north-central Texas. It sits on the Trinity River on the southwest edge of the Fort Worth metropolitan area. Recreation: Prevailing southwesterly winds on the lake attract avid windsurfers. Boating, swimming, hiking and fishing are also popular. The lake record for largemouth bass is over thirteen pounds. Other catches include carp, sunfish and flathead catfish. Facilities: This day-use park provides vault toilets and a boat ramp. Nearby Attractions: Baseball fields, horseback rentals and golfing are offered not too far from the picnic area. The Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District is enjoyable, as is the Fort Worth Zoo.

US Army Corps of Engineers
Drive In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Water Hookups
North Holiday Park is located in Benbrook Lake in Texas
32.6522 N
-97.4739 W
Get Directions
From Interstate 20, take Exit 429A for U.S. Highway 377 and go south approximately 3 miles to Stevens Road. Turn left. The second left will be Lakeview Drive; turn left here and proceed past the marina to the gatehouse.
3 Reviews of North Holiday Park

No complaints. Campsites were large and not to close together. Restrooms near our sites were clean, and people were friendly.

Didnt go

online it says you cant stay over night??

First to Review
Woodland creatures!

In full disclosure we live near Benbrook Lake so it's easy to come to Holiday Park for a quick outdoor getaway. I love this park, but I might be biased. Sites 97-99 have perfect trees for hammocks. On this particular trip a pair of raccoons broke into our food crate in the middle of the night and ran off with an entire bag of marshmallows as we watched from our tent. It was so funny that I couldn't be upset.