Brazos River Campground, Vacation Rentals & Event Venue
Welcome to Brazos River Hideout, a getaway on 15 acres of prime river frontage. Located only an hour from the metroplex, yet tucked away on the low side of the Brazos, secluded from all city noise. The property features a 5 acre Brazos River campground with 25 RV spaces, a 5 bedroom 3.5 bath Lodge and event space (sleeps 15), and a 1 bedroom 1 bath Cabin (sleeps 4). We have most of the modern amenities our guests are used to, but what makes the property truly special are the natural ones. If you like giant pecan trees, deep swimming holes, abundant wildlife, river beaches, and a good ole time, this is the place for you.
Discover all Brazos River Hideout has to offer:
25 RV spots directly on a secluded part of the Brazos with fire pits, picnic tables, water, 30/50 amp electric service & dump station.
LODGE & CABIN
The lodge vacation rental sleeps 15 in 5 spacious bedrooms. The cabin is perfect for 2-4. Rent both together for larger groups!
THINGS TO DO
While there’s plenty of fun and fishing at Brazos to keep you busy for days, there’s also lots to see and do nearby. Come explore all there is to do!
Getting Here: We are located in a bend of the Brazos off of highway 199 in between Cleburne and Glen Rose. Traveling East on highway 67 from Glen Rose after the large iron bridge take a left on highway 199 (6 miles outside of town) Follow the signs to property, stay on 199 for approximately 4 miles and then take a left on County Road 319. Follow County 319 to end of Road and we are located on the left.
Join us on the Brazos River
The Brazos River, or as the Spanish explores called it “Rio de los Brazos de Dios” (The River of the Arms of God), and is the 11th longest river in the US.
The river starts at the confluence of the Salt Fork and Double Mountain Fork in the high plains and flows to the Gulf of Mexico. The main stem is damned in 3 places: Possum Kingdom, Lake Granbury, and Lake Whitney.
We are located just below Lake Granbury at the top of Cox Bend. This section of the Brazos begins at DeCordova Bend Dam and flows 46.6 miles to Lake Whitney. Use the links below to learn more about our section of the river.
Brazos River Map Courtesy of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
Brazos Rv ds Lk Granbury nr Granbury, TX
- Streamflow: 11.7 ft³/s
- Gage height: 10.67 ft