Review and Rating of 377 RV Park in Granbury, Texas
Located just a few minutes from the Granbury Square and Lake Granbury, 377 Park is a peaceful and quiet spot to spend a few days while you're exploring Granbury and the surrounding area. The park is part of and just down a small hill from Cowboy Marketplace which has a huge selection of cowboy, Native American, southwest, and western gifts, art, jewelry, and furniture plus saddles and tack.
The roads to and through the park are packed gravel/dirt. The park is dated but clean and well maintained. A number of the guests are full-time residents.
377 RV Park is home to 50 campsites with both 30 and 50 AMP service plus sewer and water. The sites are a combination of back-in and pull throughs which are around 50 feet long. The hook-ups are toward the middle of each of the pull through sites. The sites are level with crushed rock parking pads and around 15 feet wide.
The pull through sites are in the middle of the circle and the back-in sites are around the perimeter of the park, a couple of which back up to a small creek. Most of the sites have some, but not a lot of shade.
The road through 377 RV Park is packed dirt/gravel and it's wide enough for larger rigs to easily get into their site.
Some of the amenities at 377 RV Park include:
We love Granbury and 377 RV Park is a very convenient spot to stay to enjoy all that Granbury has to offer. On our last trip to Granbury, we played golf, enjoyed some live music, and had several good meals.
On previous visits, we have enjoyed General Grandbury's Birthday Celebration, shopping around the square, a good play at the playhouse, and boating on Lake Granbury.
Granbury has several golf courses, some of which are private - use this Granbury golf course map to find one. Our favorite is the private Harbor Lakes.
Lake Granbury is excellent for boating, fishing, cruising by some beautiful homes, fishing, boarding, or boating up to an on the water restaurant like Stumpy's Lakeside Grill or Rocking S. If you don't have a boat, you can rent one at Sams Dock.
Make sure you visit the town square for some shopping, good restaurants, theater, and more. Some of the local events are outstanding.
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