Cleburne State Park is a 528-acre park that encompasses a lively 116-acre, spring-fed lake. Located southwest of Fort Worth in Johnson County, the park was acquired from the city of Cleburne and private owners in 1935-36 and was opened in 1938. (from the Texas Parks and WIldlife website).
We really enjoyed this park and had a wonderful experience there as our first RV camping experience! This is one park we would like to go back to.
Here is a picture of a map of the park layout!
Here is a close up of the blue area of the map. This looked to us like a very nice area to camp. The spots looked nice and long and there was full hook-ups in this spot.
This is a close up of the green area of the map. This was probably the nicest area we saw to camp. The sites were right along the lake. This area also had full hook ups. We really liked sites 49 and 51, but all of them along the lake were very nice!
The weather was a bit cold the first night. Temps got down to around 28 degrees that night. But thankfully the furnace worked well in the camper! We also supplemented with an electric oil filled heater. We slept nice and cozy. Saturday was cool but it was clear and sunshiny so it was a beautiful day again! We hit freezing temps again Saturday night. It was right at 32 degrees when we were pulling out early Sunday morning to head to church before we headed home.
The park had an awesome playground for the kids and we had a lot of fun Saturday morning, and even a bit Saturday afternoon, letting the kids play!
Poor Aaron was begging us to pick him up and carry him but he is so heavy and is dead weight when you pick him up! But all three kids really did good and, needless to say, took good naps when we got back to the camper!