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When RV camping in a state park in the middle of Texas is your idea of heaven, then Cleburne Campground RV Park could be just the place for you. This small state park covers just 528 acres but has plenty to offer, with the large Cedar Lake at its heart, an RV campground, and much more. It's in a great location, just 30 minutes southwest of Fort Worth, and is an oasis of tranquility, away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
There are almost 60 campsites arranged in five areas in Cleburne Campground RV Park at the northern end of the lake. All the campsites are well-spaced, offer part or full shade under the trees, and have paved pads. Around half of the sites are full hook-up, with water, electricity, and sewerage connections. The remainder of the sites has just water and electricity connections.
Once you've parked and connected your rental RV, it's time to explore the campsite. On-site are plenty of washrooms and hot showers, fire rings for outdoor cooking, and a playground for the children.
A sandy swimming beach is available at the lake, along with various watersports, and anglers can enjoy some relaxed fishing. If you have a family pet, they'll be more than welcome here.
Cleburne State Park has plenty of activities on offer, from swimming in the lake, renting a canoe or kayak to explore the rest of the lake, to hiking on the short trails around the park. It's an excellent spot for a motorhome camping vacation, with plenty to do while also being close to a large town.
The longest trail in the park is the Fossil Ridge Trail, a 2.5-mile out and back hike that takes you from one end of the park to the other. By combining this trail with the Spillway Trail and the Coyote Run Nature Trail, you can complete a complete 4.3-mile loop around the entire state park. Along the way are lovely viewpoints over the lake and plenty of birds and wildlife to spot.
Anglers will enjoy the fishing on Cedar Lake, with a covered fishing pier and boat rentals available. If you didn't bring any fishing gear, don't worry, you can rent that here as well. Several species are available to catch here, including crappie, bass, catfish, sunfish and more.
While you're hiking or biking around the park, don't forget to look for the geocaches hidden here. It's a great way of involving the kids in searching while getting some fresh air at the same time.
There are several parks in the town of Cleburne, and at Hulen Park, you'll find plenty of sports pitches, picnic areas, a playground for the kids, and a walking track. The kids will also love the splash park here, the perfect way to keep cool in the hot summer days.
On the outskirts of Cleburne is Lake Pat Cleburne, a 1500-acre lake where you can fish and enjoy all kinds of watersports. Powerboating, water skiing, and jet skiing are all allowed here.
There's plenty to see and do while RV camping at Cleburne Campground RV Park, and when you book an RV in Johnson County, you won't be disappointed. At the campground, you can buy a few items, such as firewood, ice, and ice cream, but for your daily supplies, the nearby town of Cleburne has everything you need. With several large grocery stores and mainstream supercenters, along with plenty of restaurants and bars, you should find everything you need.
If you'd like to discover more about the history of Cleburne, the Layland Museum should be your next port of call. The three permanent exhibitions cover the life of Native Americans in the area, the settlers and frontier period of Texas, and the modern era from 1900 onwards. It's a fascinating look back at the development of the town and region. The museum also has regular temporary exhibitions, focussing on specific times or events.
For antique collectors, make sure you pop into "Antique Alley in the town. Every third weekend between April and September, the many antique, art and craft shops in the downtown area hold a sale, with plenty of bargains to be had.
To get a real taste of how Texas cattle farming used to be, head to the Chisholm Trail Museum. The museum relives the heyday of cattle drives that built and formed this area. Recently, the Big Bear Native American Museum has been created to complement the Chisholm Museum, and it describes the life of Native Americans in the area. Together, you will get the real picture of living and working during those times and how this part of Texas was shaped by the events here.