Holiday Park Campground Review
Located on the west side of Benbrook Lake, Holiday Park Campground has plenty of sites that are perfect for a weekend camping trip. A large majority of the sites are within 50 to 100 feet from the lake - when it is at capacity. There are also a lot of sites with lake views and lots of shade trees.
All of the roads and sites are paved and big rigs shouldn't have any trouble getting into a site. There is a good mixture of long pull through and back-in sites.
The park is staffed by some friendly work campers. The restrooms are dated and could use some cleaning, painting, and updating.
Holiday Park Campground has 105 designated campsites that are a mixture of 20/30 AMP (43 sites), 31 sites with 20/30/50 AMP service, 26 sites with no electric, 5 sites with an enclosed screen shelter, and on equestrian site. All of the sites have water, a firepit, and covered picnic table. All of the sites are very spacious with lots of room to spread out. There are a lot of sites that are 50 feet from the lake - when it is at capacity.
There is a good mixture of long pull throughs and back-ins, open to well shaded, and waterfront to under the trees with a lake view. There is also plenty of nearby parking for extra cars. Some of the sites are very level and others will require some blocks/jacks to get level.
Some of the amenities at Holiday Park Campground on Lake Benbrook include:
For on the lake camping in very spacious sites, it's hard to beat Holiday Park Campground. We enjoy boating on Lake Benbrook which is 3600 acres with a maximum depth of 70 and it's ok for some water recreation and fishing - but don't expect any bars, restaurants, or beautiful scenery. You also need to watch out for tree stumps. Most of the shoreline is good for boat parking and swimming.
Time permitting the trails are fun to ride - up and down some minor hills and lots of twists and turns through the trees.
On a recent stay at Holiday Park we enjoyed some a good Chinese buffet (Golden Buffet) and played golf at Whitestone Golf Course and Benbrook Par 3 Golf Course - the links will take you to our review of each course.
In Fort Worth, we love the Stockyards, the restaurants, the Trinity River Trails, the Zoo, and Sundance Square.
Benbrook is just up the road and it's got a lot of fast food restaurants, a Wal-mart, and some other restaurants and limited shopping.
Within 25 minutes you can enjoy all that Fort Worth has to offer - here is our list of the Top 10 Fun Things To Do in Fort Worth. We love the Stockyards, the restaurants, the Trinity River Trails, the Zoo, and Sundance Square.
Just up the road from Holiday Park Campground is Benbrook Stables if you like horseback riding.
And here is a Fort Worth Golf Map of some nearby golf courses.
Texas Outside uses a tough rating scale and it’s difficult for a campground to get a “10”. Each park is rated on: