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Cleburne State Park, Cleburne
(4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • First time camping there this past weekend, one of the best State Parks I've been to!! Water was extremely clear!! Great place!!! 
  • Love this place has beautiful scenery and nice cabin's !Growing up we would get a cabin and stay the week end swimming and cooking on the grill !Also they have RV spot's that are nice too ! 
  • Pretty country. The state park is beautiful in the fall. Lots of cedar trees. The cactus is blooming in the fall. It rained today and was a cool but great place for a walk. Nice visit. I might buy som...  more »
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  • Despite being convinced there are no fish in this lake, I do enjoy coming out here and just having a nice day with the family. It's clean, not over crowded, and within reasonable distance from my house. Admission is only $5 per person over age 13, that's fair. Overall great place to just hang out and soak up some vitamin D
  • We went here for trick or treat in the park and had fun. All the campsites decorated and handed out candy to the kids. Lots of wooded area and spacious campsites.
  • We've been to this park several times and really enjoy the camping, as well as the no wake lake. Staff is friendly, helpful and professional. If you have allergies to cedar, take your meds. This area of Texas is heavily populated with cedar and this park is no exception. There are some sites which are very uneven in Poplar Point. I don't care if you want a view of the lake, listen to the staff and heed their advice. If you don't have knowledge, experience and lots of leveling material, these sites are not for you. The staff knows better than you, take my word for it. They want to make your a great one, so you'll come back and tell or bring your friends. This is what they do, what they love.
  • There is a limestone quarry right next to the park and very near to all the campgrounds which churns through the night with sounds of heavy machinery and a million trucks beeping and dumping stuff. Not very fun camping. Otherwise a good spot for day time activities.
  • Beautiful park, wonderful sites, and WIFI. Great hiking trails or walking trails for all ages. Staff was friendly and but didn't know how to deal with people or the policies that governs all Texas State Parks. In fact, I don't think one certain "park ranger/office clerk" has finished reading his hand book. I suggest you read-up on who and the amount that each people has to pay before visiting this park. Here is what happened: So our wives decided to go into town and buy groceries. When they returned he made one of them pay $15 for day use fees. When they explained we all have park passes and already paid he made up a rule claiming she didn't arrive with her husband and needed to pay. After she explained that she had, husband drove to the front office and explained what happened again. Unfortunately this guy didn't give way to reason and refused. I just wanted to be open and honest so you don't have a bad experience like we did.