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Just south of Fort Worth and Arlington in North Texas lies North Texas Jellystone Park (formerly known as the Rustic Creek Ranch). More than just an RV park, this vacation resort is perfect for families with small children. This award-winning resort brings the whole family together for a memorable trip, so you can get make the most of the Lone Star State.
Aside from the nearby Dallas metropolitan area, and a flurry of excellent nature parks, there are dozens of reasons to choose North Texas Jellystone Park as your temporary home base while exploring the area in a campervan rental. Chief among these reasons are the hundreds of campsites of all shapes and sizes that you can choose to rent. Full-service back-in sites, tent camping sites, premium camping spots, rental cottages, full-size cabins, and more await you when you rent an RV in Burleson and camp at North Texas Jellystone Park.
The real fun lies in the amenities of this family-friendly Burleson RV park. It certainly doesn’t hurt to have your very own waterpark, and this fantastic resort has just that. Waterslides, lazy rivers, wave pools, and splash pads accompany the experience at this RV camping resort, along with laser tag, archery ranges, hiking trails, mini-golf courses, playgrounds, pools, event spaces, and so much more.
It’s easy to get out into nature while visiting North Texas, so fuel up your Burleson motorhome rental and set your sights on the scores of recreation areas in the region. Cleburne State Park is one place to consider while camping near Fort Worth. The park was once part of the Commanche native hunting lands. Cedar, elm, oak, and mesquite trees line the forest trails, allowing for hiking and biking through the woods at this state park, and there are mountain bike trails, swimming spots, and plenty of space to go fishing in Cedar Lake. The on-site campground has RV campsites, tent sites, restrooms, fire pits, and picnic tables.
Dinosaur Valley State Park is not far from Cleburne State Park and is a National Natural Landmark thanks to its incredible fossils and natural geological features. This peaceful park by the river is the source of many dinosaur tracks and fossil finds, providing paleontologists with more insight into the ancient lizards.
Lake Mineral Wells State Park and Trailway has over 30 miles of hiking trails and paths, with access allowed for both bicycles and horseback riders. The park has small canyons that are great for canyoneering, and it remains a popular rock-climbing destination.
Cedar Hills State Park is just outside of Arlington and Dallas. The park is a popular recreation area, with plenty of its own nature trails. There are excellent birdwatching areas, boardwalks, boat ramps, biking trails, fishing spots, and a great agricultural history center in the heart of Cedar Hill State Park, along with a campground by the water where you can set up camp with your Burleson RV rental.
Anywhere in the famed “Golden Triangle of North Texas” proves to be a great place for attractions and sightseeing, so while you're camping at North Texas Jellystone Park, you are sure to have a full itinerary. The community of Cleburne is 20 minutes' drive to the south and has some impressive museums, like the Chisholm Trail Museum. This outdoor learning center tells the tale of the Texas pioneers who headed west into the unknown for a chance at a new life. You can learn about the first settlers, get a tasty meal, shop for souvenirs, or visit the Big Bear Native American Museum that also shares the same campus as Chisholm Trail Museum.
In Arlington, you can see the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame and learn about the history of the sport. You can see the innovations of bowling since the 1920s, play interactive games, and learn about legendary bowlers who have been enshrined into the prestigious Hall of Fame while stopping by to see this amazing space.
The Kimball Art Museum in Fort Worth is great for a culture fix, with an ever-rotating collection of traveling expositions featuring artwork from around the world. Even the building designed by Louis I. Kahn is considered a modern work of art, with vaulted ceilings and tons of natural lighting. This phenomenal institution has works from Africa, Asia, and Europe created by painters like El Greco, Picasso, Caravaggio, and Michelangelo. Few places in North America boast a collection as impressive as this, so don’t skip this museum while you're RV camping in North Texas.