You are welcome to set your camp up wherever you like on our property. You can camp with a view of the river or set up under our abundant shade trees. If you are looking to spend some time on the river floating, paddling or just hanging out on a float we are a great spot to set up camp. We are close to Fossil Rim Wildlife Center and also Dinosaur Valley State Park and Dinosaur World. We are easy to get to with access directly off of Hwy 67. Kids 17 and under are free but must be accompanied by an adult- please send us a message if you will be bringing any children with you! Please note that we are located close to Highway 67 so there is definitely some noise created by cars and trucks. You might want to bring earplugs just in case for light sleepers if you are tent camping!
We now have 6 RV hookup sites with electricity! Please call for us for rates and for more information regarding these sites.
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Brazos Outdoor Center
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We loved our night here! The river was so pretty and there was shallow enough water to wade around and also deeper water to fish if you walk a ways down. There were also a lot of trees so hang a hammock on. Wish we would've brought our kayak, it would've been so relaxing. (Bring a truck or SUV, tiny sedans may not do well driving in sand! We did and had no issues.) Camp here, it's great!
We had a really good time at the Brazos Outdoor Center. Conveniently located, it gives you access in minutes to many attractions in the area, besides the ones offered on site. Close to Fossil Rim, Dinosaur Valley, and Dinosaur World, etc.
Upon arrival, we met with our hosts and were invited to camp wherever we wanted within the limits, so we chose a spot overlooking the river, that might have been too close to the bridge (the noise might bother some people). Some of our neighbors decided to move their camp down to the river and camped on some high ground next to the Brazos.
Total we recognized 4-5 places to camp up front, plus some more by the river. We decided against camping next to the river since the weather forecast called for rain.
Overall, it was a great experience, it was a great place to experiment the whole camping thing with a 3-year-old.
We had a great time during our stay at Brazos Outdoor Center. The hosts were great! Our group had no problem finding a nice little private beach to set up camp. The fishing here was great, caught about 10-15 bass.
First time using Hipcamp and I'm glad I chose Brazos Outdoor Center. This campsite is kept very clean. The owner is very personable, he even offered us coffee one morning. It has direct access to the river with a sandy area overlooking the area. They have fire pits and encourages us to burn wood we find on the grounds (bring your own just in case). The site is easy to get to with it being right off of the highway (which can be a drawback at night with the noice). It also isn't very big, first come first serve with a max capacity of maybe 6-8 campsites. My party throughly enjoyed our stay here.
The Brazos Outdoor Center was a pleasure to camp at. The team there have done a great job of making turning their property into a welcome place to enjoy the Brazos River and get some outside time. From tent campers to trailers, all are welcome.
This place was great! A lot of freedom and flexibility. Great access to the river! Very kind and attentive staff! Only one portable toilet though, and the highway is a little noisy at night. Overall a very enjoyable stay!
Great spot! Very close to Dinosaur Valley and Fossil Rim, maybe 10-15 minute drive, with convenient access to nearby Glen Rose. This property is very well maintained, clean restroom, trash cans emptied regularly and friendly owners. Drinking water is available and is very clean. Good access for kayak, canoe, paddleboard. There is a little bit of road noise but it subsides after the sun goes down. We would definitely go back, especially since Dinosaur Valley camping is full most of the time.