Park, Campsites and Facilities

Cleburne State Park
1.5 hour drive SW of Dallas
2.5 hour drive North of Austin
5800 Park Road 21
Cleburne, TX 76033
(817) 645-4215

  • 528 acres located in an area of white limestone hills where oak, elm, mesquite, cedar and redbud are almost impenetrable.
  • An earthen dam holds a 116 acre spring fed lake of sparkling clear water, creating excellent swimming and fishing opportunities for the whole family.
  • The hills, valleys and lake offer a panorama of colors and natural scenic beauty throughout the year.
  • The park offers excellent hiking, biking and recreational activities on land and water.
  • It is close to the Metroplex, but remains far removed from the stresses of city life.
  • Very nice, clean campsites and facilities.  Click here to see options for non-campers.

The following applies to each Tent, RV or Screened Shelter sites:

  • 8 people per campsite
  • Heated bathrooms and hot showers nearby
  • 1 Picnic Table
  • 1 Fire ring
  • 2 vehicles allowed per site (includes RV or Trailer)
  • Additional vehicles $3 per day
  • Click here for info on renting an RV with our group rate.

Tent / RV Campsites
$25 per night
Water & Electric (30 or 50 amp)
free dump station for RVs

$35 per night
Water, SEWER  & Electric (30 or 50 amp)

Screened Shelter Campsites
per night
Totally screened and 1/2 of the shelter has wooden slat “walls” for privacy
Water & Electric
Tents are OK
No RV’s at these sites

per TENT, per night

We have reserved this area for group campfires and budget campsites.
It is a large field with one large fire ring and one picnic table to share.
There are bathrooms with showers within 100 yards.

per person*, per night

These are new buildings (3 years old) with Heat and AC.
The Bunkhouse is a big room with 24 bunk beds.
Bring your own linens (twin beds).
Bathrooms, showers and locker area is across a short breezeway.
The beds can be rearranged and sheets hung to create privacy.

Click here for photos: CleburneStPkGroupCamp
Click here for more options for non-campers.

*Due to fire code restrictions and the cost of renting these buildings, you MUST reserve a space and pay for all PEOPLE staying in the bunkhouse regardless of age – even if you will be co-sleeping.  You can just use that extra bed to hold your belongings!


Dining Hall

The Dining Hall has a covered porch with picnic tables
and a yard with a large fire ring for community campfires.
This is where we will have:

  • Registration/Information Table
  • Community Meals
  • Coffee – Smoothie – Snack BAR
  • Kids Crafts
  • Face Painting/Henna
  • Chair Massage
  • Workshop Sessions
  • Adult Activites

Cedar Lodge

This is another “dining hall” type building with a kitchen.
It has a large patio, outdoor fireplace and a beach area that overlook the lake.
There are also more heated restrooms with showers.
There is a playground in front of Cedar Lodge.
This is where we will have:

  • Kid Village childcare
  • Workshop/Discussion Sessions (on the patio weather permitting)
  • Canoe Rides
  • Thursday Afternoon Meet and Greet
  • Open Mic Night
  • Dance Party
  • Monday Lunch Feedback Session