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Cedar Hill State Park

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Cedar Hill State Park, Texas

Dallas-Fort Worth feels worlds away when you spend the day (or night, or two) at Cedar Hill State Park. Drive thirty minutes southwest from Texas’ largest sprawling metropolis to find rolling hills of Read more...
Dallas-Fort Worth feels worlds away when you spend the day (or night, or two) at Cedar Hill State Park. Drive thirty minutes southwest from Texas’ largest sprawling metropolis to find rolling hills of prairie grass like milkweed and bluebell giving way to shady forests filled with elm and juniper trees. See if you can hook bass, crappie, or catfish in the waters of Joe Pool Lake, or take a plunge in the swimming area near the lake’s gravel beach. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, strap on a helmet and go riding through the miles of rugged bike trails that crisscross the park’s nearly 2,000 acres. When the stars come out, set up camp at one of the park’s six campgrounds and fall asleep to the faint howl of coyotes in the distance.
Cedar Hill Primitive Campground
There are 30 camping spots up for grabs at Cedar Hill’s primitive campgrounds. Be prepared for just a...
Coyote Crossing Campground
Many of Coyote Crossing’s 75 campsites sit quite close to the lake, so it should be fairly easy to...
Hog Wallow Campground
Kate
Kate: We enjoyed this site. It sits a bit above the lake so has great views and feels quite relaxing. The...
Lakeview Campground
Lakeview campground is a bit of a misnomer; you’re not right on the lake, like some of the sites in...
Eagle Ford Campground
With 81 campsites, Eagle Ford can feel a little tight. This is a camping area not a sport utility...
Shady Ridge Campground
Eric
Eric: Site 58 backs up to the lake and is a good size and has more privacy than many of the sites at this park.
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Cabin by the pond (on a ranch!)
Lily
Lily: Our fully-furnished 1 bdrm cabin nestled among the trees on our private 70 acre ranch is situated...
Juniper Meadow
Leslie
Leslie: Pitch a tent alone or with a group in our community camp area. This area has  up to 18 tent spots that...
Santa Fe Rail Car
Kit
Kit: We had a lovely weekend. You can access the river for swimming from the property, which really made...
Amber Dome
Manju
Manju: Pitch your tent in on our campground and get ready to rediscover yourself! Have access to Picnic...
Sandy Ridge Camping
Blaine
Blaine: “Sandy Ridge” is what makes HipCamp so enjoyable. The host, Cody, was very prompt and helpful in his...
Oasis of Stars
Lindsay
Lindsay: It was an amazing experience! Jan was such a helpful host! The stars were incredible at 3 am when the ...
Aloha Room with cozy furnishing
Jan
Jan: Enjoy the outdoors and come on in to sleep! Nice cozy rooms and a lot less hassle pitching a tent. You...
Happy Trails Farm
Jess
Jess: Pitch your tent in the beautiful Italy countryside! (Italy, Texas of course!) Make yourself at home on...
Brookside Camp
Shayna
Shayna: Our stay at Emory's ranch was absolutely incredible. The campsite was private and secluded, and had a...
Fieldsong Meadow
Stephanie
Stephanie: Come to Fieldsong Farm, absorb the peace and serenity, and leave refreshed!  Stake your tent on the...
Dinosaur Valley Campground
Jose
Jose: This was my third time camping and first time hiking in to a primitive campsite with a backpack. ...
Isle du Bois Unit Campground
Chad
Chad: Great access to a public swim area (roped off). Trails are plentiful, but they are pretty sandy due...
Tipi In The Orchard
Adam
Adam: Our time at the Orchard was absolutely magical. The tipi was a perfect mix between camping and...
Land of Oz
Elizabeth
Elizabeth: Land of Oz! Sidewalk around a pond with brat fishing and a nice dock to sit and enjoy the surrounding...
Ancient Oaks
Matthew
Matthew: Eco Rich is not as much a farm or ranch as it is a South Texas paradise. Nestled just inside the...
Ranchview Off Grid Cabin
Kelly
Kelly: Prepare to time travel while camping at the Ranchview Cabin! Built in the early 1900's, this cabin has...
Panthers Creek Camp
LJ
Lj: Pitch your tent under the canopy of trees, on a hill, in a meadow, or next to the pond. Under the...
Backroad Beauty
Trae
Trae: This was a fun place to take the family for a night away camping. Melanie was very kind and gave us a...
Tin Can Acres
Kelly
Kelly: We couldn't have had a better experience at Tin Can Acres! I stayed over the weekend with three of my...
Lake Mineral Wells Primitive Campground
Lynne
Lynne: It's 2-2 1/2 miles either route to get to the primitive campsites, but the remoteness makes it worth it