Treehouses near Fort Worth

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Hideout Ridge

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Covington, TX
50 acres covered in large oak trees. We offer several miles of hiking trails, a three acre vineyard, a beautiful pond, secluded camping and abundant wildlife. Located in north western Hill County 15 miles from I-35, Hideout Ridge looks out upon the highest point in the county. Each camp site is separated by trees. A cedar bathhouse with a toilet and hot water shower is a five minute walk from the tent sites and non potable water is available from the tap. A fire pit is available except during dry conditions . The host lives on the property.
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Fuller's Folly River Ranch

3 sites · Lodging350 acres · Weatherford, TX
Sundancer On The Brazos sits on Comanche Creek in an isolated forest on a 350 acre working cattle ranch with a quarter mile of river frontage! The Comanche were quite active up and down this part of the Brazos when the earliest settlers arrived around 1850, until the Comanches' eventual conquest by the Texas Rangers and their Colt pistols around 1870; we have found lots of flint and some arrowheads on high places here. Going further back in history, the Fuller's Folly River Ranch has an abundance of petrified wood, they say that if you have fossilized sea shells you were under water, but if you have petrified wood you had land creatures. Hunting for petrified wood is a fun adventure here. (But leave them for the next person to discover!) Weatherford is only 10 minutes away and Granbury is only 20 minutes away; both have great restaurants. And this close to Fort Worth (30min), you could actually commute and have a ranch to come home to at night--note the lower pricing mid week.
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Overview

Fort Worth sits in north-central Texas, about 30 miles west of Dallas. Together, the two cities represent the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. You'll find plenty of options in and around the DFW! Feel like getting in some outdoors exercise? Head about 30 minutes southwest from Fort Worth to reach Cedar Hill State Park. Mountain bikers will be happy to find the twisty, challenging Dorba Trail made specifically for them. Three other hiking-only trails in the park provide less strenuous options. Nearly 400 tent camping sites and an RV park allow for overnight stays. Are you looking for some waterfront fun? Lake Mineral Wells State Park, about 45 minutes west, provides easy access to its titular lake. Post up on the picnic tables for a lakeside meal with friends. Free Wi-Fi is available, excellent for working from the road. If you're coming in the summer, look out for oppressively hot, humid weather. Expect highs hovering around 100 degrees for much of June to August. Early spring is the best time to go. Temperatures from March to May range from high 60s to mid-80s. That said, take note that May can be surprisingly rainy.

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