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The Indigo Hills Prairie & Wildflow

250 sites · Lodging50 acres · Farmersville, TX
The very best native blackland prairie known to exist in the world. The prairie is surrounded by trees with plenty of shade for camping. If you get hot, take a swim in the spring fed pond that has cool water currents in certain spots. Or take the kids fishing off the fishing pier, and if they don't catch one, I'll give your money back. Come see us, enjoy nature and have fun.
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Groves of Amber Inn

40 sites · RVs, Tents11 acres · Venus, TX
Don't let the address fool you, we are actually located only a few miles outside of Mansfield, Tx. We are about 30 minutes away from Joe Pool Lake, Six Flags, and the Texas Rangers Ballpark. Our land is private land that has been in the family for many decades. We have a variety of events that happen here, including an annual festival called Steampunk November, so you will notice there are stages and even a saloon here on site. We have all kinds of wildlife in the area including crows, a great horned owl, night herons, a mated pair of marsh hawks, roadrunners, coyotes, bobcats, skunks, armadillos, bunnies, a fox every now and then, and all kinds of birds flitting about.
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Texas Safari Camp

54 sites · Lodging, Tents31 acres · Kaufman, TX
Welcome to Texas Safari Camp Escape the stresses of city living on this heavily wooded 31 acre pristine wildlife habitat. Relax your body, refresh your mind, heart and spirit. Only one hour east of Dallas but it feels like another world. This piece of east Texas paradise is 20 minutes from Buc-ee's, restaurants, grocery stores and about 25 minutes from Canton First Monday. We offer a much more personal experience than any State Park. Your host is Randall Oliver, a woodworking artist whose energy, creative vision and love of the outdoors have transformed this property into the jewel that it is. He has been organizing group campouts for 30 years and enjoys hosting, bringing people together and inspiring a passion for the outdoors. Everyone is sincerely welcomed regardless of race, religion, color, creed or sexual orientation. Randall enjoys sitting around the campfire with his guests, sharing stories, laughter and good will. He can teach your kids how to build a campfire and paddle a kayak. This property is his back yard and the people who camp here are treated like family. At the end of a one lane rock road- this is a very secluded, QUIET and safe property. It is perfect for tent campers (sorry no RV's) with abundant clean, flat tent sites. It's positive vibe attracts good people (including a lot of first time campers) and is more peaceful and relaxing than most state parks. It is next to a 950 acre wildlife park. The Texas Zoofari Park has 900 exotic animals, many can be seen from the road (or you can pay to drive through). This can make for some interesting wildlife noises while sitting around a campfire. While it adjoins the wildlife park on two sides, Texas Safari Camp is in no way affiliated with Texas Zoofari Park. This is an environmentally important property. This is part of the largest virgin, old-growth forest in Kaufman county. The only clearing has been done around the ponds. No hunting is allowed. It has never been in ag use and all of the native brush and cover has been left to benefit the wildlife. Imagine two ponds in the middle of a forest. Enjoy swimming and kayaking in the clear water front pond. Kayaks and paddleboards are available on request. Both ponds are stocked with bass, cat, crappie and bluegill. You can hike the jungle trail back to a peaceful, secluded seating and hammock area we call Heaven. There is plenty of room for camping around the front pond and four established communal fire pits. You can camp on the front berm for an elevated view of the property. The back pond has two camping areas with firepits. Deep in the jungle, it offers a higher degree of seclusion but it is farther from the parking areas and outhouses. There are no preassigned campsites- it is first come first serve. Camping is $22 per person per night. Kids 12 and under are $12.00 per kid per night. Day visits are $12 each for kids and adults, payable in cash upon arrival. Friendly, non barking and leashed dogs are allowed for free. Most people camp around the front pond but you can camp anywhere. Campfires are restricted to the existing fire rings. There is a rustic outhouse with a modern, ventilated composting toilet and sink and a hummingbird window touch of class. Water and electricity is available behind my home as well as an open air cold water shower. The hand crafted Hummingbird Treehouse has leaded glass windows, screened operable windows and a loft sleeping area with an operable porthole window. It overlooks the front pond and features a full size bed, lights and outdoor tables and chairs. Bring your own sleeping bags to enjoy this comfortable and classy alternative to tent camping. It rents for $80 per night for two people. No food, smoking or pets are allowed in the tree house. Texas Safari Camp Rules There are no specific site reservations so it’s first come, first served. Tent camping only- no vehicles allowed on the property. Off road wagons are provided for hauling your gear back to camp. Front pond camping areas are 30-100 yards from the two parking areas. Wagons must be returned to parking area after being unloaded. Careful, humane catch and release fishing only in the two ponds and only single, barbless hooks are allowed. There is some split firewood and you can gather and burn sticks off the ground. Bring your own firewood is case we are running low. No chainsaws, no cutting, carving or harvesting wood from trees. All garbage (including food scraps) must be packed out. No burning of garbage. Parents of non swimming children must provide a personal flotation device (PFD / life jacket) and personally supervise their swimming. No sun block or insect repellent can be used by swimmers. All forms of hunting, guns, bow and arrows, bb guns, slingshots and weapons of any kind are forbidden. No electronic music is allowed (without ear buds), acoustic music is allowed but there is a 10pm to 8am curfew for noise. Campers must be respectful of the property and other campers. Auto alarms must be disabled. Loud, vulgar and drunken behavior, fireworks, generators or anything that disrupts the peace and tranquility of the property is forbidden. Property has minimal cellular service.
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Lake Dallas Gated Camper Park

4 sites · RVs1 acre · Lake Dallas, TX
Less is more! Bring your RV, trailer, or camper to set up on our land near the lake! The lots have full electric 50amp hookups and water/sewer service. The average lot space is about 40x17 feet. Each lot has one or two parking spots, depending on camper size. The property is surrounded by trees and is gated with an 8' high wood fence. There is a dumpster for trash and an on-site 8'x8' non-climate-controlled storage unit. We are pet-friendly. Electricity, water, and wireless internet are free.
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Broken Bow Ranch

3 sites · RVs, Tents217 acres · Seagoville, TX
Gently rolling hills, wooded areas and ponds are what you will encounter at our ranch. Trail rides, archery, fishing and dummy roping are available. Choose sites near the river, pond or on top of a hill. Barn available for gatherings. All weather road. Conveniently located close to town but you feel that you are in the middle of Nowhere!
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Llama Land Ranch

112 sites · RVs, Tents101 acres · Tool, TX
Property has been in family since 1987. The land has a rich history of wild boars and other wildlife. There is a live creek that runs along one of the property lines and is 50 ft deep. Pastures are mowed three times a year and always look beautiful. There is some terrain that is rough and the land has not been traveled. Bring machetes and a compass (We are not a rescue team). The land is ready to be loved by our visitors. The llamas will come to greet you and so will many more things in this wonderful place. We are conveniently located in a secluded area, but just a short drive from many local conveniences. Come enjoy the beautiful landscape and make memories you can treasure forever. You can also check out our website at www.llamalandranch.com
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Fieldsong Farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents13 acres · Lucas, TX
In 2013, we bought our 13 acres from a larger parcel of land that had been owned and farmed by the Snider family for 150 years. (Note that we live on Snider Lane). The Sniders played an important part in the development of our town, Lucas, and surrounding schools. The rest of the land has been sold to two families, and all three purchasers (that includes us!) are establishing small family farms. Hurray! Plus the Snider's old house and barn next door are being renovated by the new owners! Since 2013, we have brought in water and electricity to the land, built fences, a house and several barns. We have a flock of chickens, a bunch of loud, nosey Nubian dairy goats, 2 cats and 2 dogs. We farm organic vegetables, and have planted some fruit trees. We are committed to conservation of our land and the wildlife that call it home, and are working to restore our wildflower meadow (location of the campsite) to original prairie state. Come see us; we'd like to share it all with you! Learn more about this land: Come to Fieldsong Farm, absorb the peace and serenity, and leave refreshed!  Stake your tent on the edge of our tallgrass wildflower meadow, and immerse yourself in diversity where the city ends and the country begins.  Enjoy a fire in the fire ring from your seat on a "porch" swing as the sun goes down and the wildlife begin their nightly symphony.  When the sun comes up, you'll have many choices to make--cycling, horseback riding, fishing, boating, paddling, hiking, running, strolling, visiting with the goats, cats and chickens, helping with farm chores, or just sitting to enjoy the peace and serenity of the farm.  There are many great shopping and eating choices withing 15 miles.   Breakfast will be brought to your campsite for an additional fee, booked in advance.  Horse pasture rentals is available, also booked in advance.  (We do not offer horseback riding,) Eggs, local honey, seasonal veggies, baked goods artisan food products, goat milk products and firewood are available for sale.  No dirt bikes, ATVs or RTVs; no motorcycles except as transportation. No discharge of firearms allowed. No hunting, no bows and arrows, no fireworks.
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Quiet Spot on 3 Acres

12 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Kaufman, TX
I rent out rooms in my big custom house (all my kids have moved on) and camping space on the property. I love to meet new people who are traveling through my area! Learn more about this land: I'm not in the middle of nowhere, but my neighbors all have at least 3-5 acres.  It's always quiet out here, except for the birds and occasional coyote in the distance.  I have what Hipcamp calls a flexible cancellation policy.  Simply cancel on the site 24 hours prior to your check in for a full refund.
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Friends In RV Spaces

6 sites · RVs6 acres · Azle, TX
Full hookup RV sites on a small North Texas homestead farm, close enough to town to be convenient but far enough to enjoy a quiet country atmosphere. We offer guests personal tours of the garden and animals in the evenings, as well as access to a full bathroom with large shower, and even laundry on site. Farm fresh eggs and veggies available during the season.
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Virtual Nomads

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Combine, TX
Welcome to our peaceful oasis nestled on 2.37 acres of picturesque land, surrounded by quaint small farms with grazing livestock. This unique property offers a variety of accommodations to suit your needs, ensuring a comfortable and memorable stay. The centerpiece of our property is a charming 3-bedroom home, tastefully furnished and available for short-term rentals. Additionally, a cozy barndominium with a long-term tenant adds to the charm of our rural retreat. For those seeking a more rustic experience, we offer an RV spot complete with electric, water, and sewer hookups. A spacious concrete slab provides the perfect setting for outdoor dining, and a designated fire pit area invites you to gather around for cozy evenings under the stars. Despite our secluded location, convenience is never far away. Within a mere 40 minutes, you can find yourself in the heart of downtown Dallas, where endless entertainment, dining, and cultural attractions await. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the tranquility of our countryside haven. Whether you're exploring the surrounding farms, enjoying the serenity of nature, or embarking on adventures in Dallas, our property offers the perfect blend of relaxation and convenience for your next getaway.
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Crossed Palms RV Park Resort

1 site · RV15 acres · Nevada, TX
Privacy fenced yard with locking gates Lake Access with Fishing Fully stocked fishing pond City Suburb on the lake Tons of work/jobs, restaurants, shopping and Kroger within 15 minutes concrete pads, heavy gravel roads 16 security cameras and license plate capture, safe Full Hookup 30 amp 50 amp Water Electric Sewer Dump Station Big Rig Friendly Prices monthly rate: $500 to $1,000 per month Long term stay and monthly stay RV Park for rent in Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex RV Park for rent near Plano Frisco Allen McKinney Prosper Anna Princeton Farmersville Nevada Copeville Lake Lavon
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Rosie's Camping in the Suburbs

4 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Lancaster, TX
5 acres of woods and it is very private and secluded but in the suburbs. You definitely feel like you are much further awayLearn more about this land:Total privacy surrounding by pine trees. You can walk or bike through 7 acres of forest trails. You can use ATV to ride through the woods. Have a party and enjoy the fresh air and not to far from Dallas TX. You will feel like you are 1000 miles way. Relax enjoy and experience country settings. Per person cost is $100 1 guest allowed. If your party is more than 20 please let me know for discounts. Very pleasant atmosphere!!! Minimum guests to book
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Camping near Dallas guide

Overview

Dallas sits about 30 miles east of its neighbor city Fort Worth, making the DFW area one of the most densely populated in Texas. Fortunately, the area offers multiple options for quickly getting back to nature. Cedar Hill State Park makes for a quick, refreshing escape from urban sprawl. Head about 25 minutes southwest of Dallas to reach this oasis. The park features 350 developed campsites, about half with full hookups. If fishing is your thing, cast bait in the 7,500-acre Joe Pool Lake. No fishing license is required to angle for the largemouth bass, catfish and crappie that call the lake home. Loyd Park is on the opposite side of Joe Pool Lake from Cedar Hill. This park is a bit smaller and more forested than Cedar Lake. Rent a cabin for six and enjoy a beautiful lakeside view from your porch. There's also a 40-person meeting room cabin here, excellent for large group outings. The weather in the Dallas area varies greatly by season, so pack accordingly! It's very hot and humid from June through September. Highs are commonly in the mid-90s. On the flip side, high temperatures rarely get above 60 from December to February. Spring hits the sweet spot, with March, April and May highs usually landing in the 70s.

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