Lake Granbury Camping, Resorts & RV Parks

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Looking for a perfect place to camp on Lake Granbury? Take a few moments to browse our complete guide of campsite listings. View options for tent camping, RV parking, and primitive camping available in the Lake Granbury area.


Midway Pines RV Park

Enjoy RV camping at this RV park located near Lake Granbury. Forty sites are available for RVs only. Full hook-ups are available as well as propane, RV storage, and laundry facilities. For more info, please call 817-279-7925.

De Cordova Bend Campground

This campground located near Lake Granbury is open all year round. Visitors of all ages are welcome. Fishing nearby is welcomed and the location offers a boat launch area. For more info, please call 817-573-3212.

Sunnyside RV Park

Located in Granbury, Texas, this RV park offers a gated RV location which includes utilities and free trash service. The park includes an on-site laundry facility and twenty full-size storage units for your convenience. For more info, please call...

Broken Spoke RV Park

This campground near Lake Granbury offers RV sites all year round. All ages are welcome to stay at this location. Full hook-ups are available, water, as well as RV storage. For more info, please call 817-219-0115.

Rough Creek Camping - Brazos River Authority

Rough Creek offers RV camping all year round. All ages are welcome in this primitive location. Restrooms are available on-site as well as access to a nearby boat launch. For more info, please call 817-573-3212.

Bennetts RV Ranch

Bennetts offers forty-four sites for camping. RV camping and tent camping are allowed at the site located near Lake Granbury. The park is open year-round and all ages are welcome. Amenities include electricity, water, restrooms, showers, dump...

Thorp Spring RV Park

The RV park is located in Granbury, Texas and they offer camping for RVs all year round. Visitors of all ages are welcome. Tent camping is not allowed. For more info, please call 817-573-3043.

Hunter Park Camping - Brazos River Authority

Free camping is available at Hunter Park near Lake Granbury. The location is open all year round and individuals of all ages are welcome. Restrooms are accessible and tent camping is allowed. Fishing nearby is welcomed and the park offers a boat...

377 Market Place & RV Park

The year-round RV Park location offers fifty sites for camping. Tent camping and RV camping is allowed. Full hook-ups are available as well as water, dumping stations, and the internet. For more info, please call 817-579-1315

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Lake Granbury Current Weather Alerts

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Lake Granbury Weather Forecast

Tuesday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 90

Tuesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 45

Wednesday

Cloudy

Hi: 55

Wednesday Night

Cloudy

Lo: 42

Thursday

Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 55

Thursday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 43

Friday

Sunny

Hi: 79

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 53


Lake Granbury Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 2/27: 692.61 (-0.39)



Lake Granbury

Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 22)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 53 degrees; 0.13 feet below pool. The recent cold snap lowered water temperatures in the low 50s on the main lake. Water temperatures are warmer in the river above Granbury. Water is relatively clear and some floating debris is still present. Striped bass fishing has been hit-and-miss, but some good fish are being caught mid lake from Indian Harbor to Decordova on 5 inch soft plastics and swimbaits. Sand bass spawn is continuing from Hunter Park upstream. Some good reports coming from near Tin Top. Black bass numbers continue to get better on those warmer days especially on the upper ends or in the backs of major creeks. Soft plastics on Texas rigs or Carolina rigs may be your best choice. Crappie reports continue to be scattered, however the majority of the fish are still on deeper structure and can be taken on small minnows or jigs. Big blue and yellow cat reports have slowed some, but your best chance for a huge catfish is best on the upper ends by Hunter Park using cut bait. Report by Michael Acosta, Unfair Advantage Charters. Granbury striped bass are slow, but can be caught on live bait, deadsticking, strolling swim baits and umbrella-rigs. Fish are scattered from Striper Alley to the railroad bridge. Report provided by Kraig Sexton, Sexton's Guide Service LLC, Fishing Charter, Marine Electronics & Whitney.

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