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Old 08-11-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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Vineyards at Grapevine?

I found a RV park, The Vineyards at Grapevine, has anyone been there? Is there a preferred site? What did you think of the campgrounds?
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Old 08-11-2012, 09:28 PM   #2
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I found a RV park, The Vineyards at Grapevine, has anyone been there? Is there a preferred site? What did you think of the campgrounds?
We've stayed at The Vineyards a few times.

It is a nice park, but airline traffic noise can be bothersome.

Sites 37, 41 and 42 are our favorites. The lover number sites are in the shady section and seem to be more widely spaced.

Don't pay attention to the site numbers in the photos below. It appears they have changed the site #'s. Site 26 below is now 42.
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thank you for the response. We are new to RVing. We have had a travel trailer for a few years and have only been to Holiday Park in Benbrook Texas. We are trying to expand our travels and dont really know where to start.
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thank you for the response. We are new to RVing. We have had a travel trailer for a few years and have only been to Holiday Park in Benbrook Texas. We are trying to expand our travels and dont really know where to start.
Texas State Parks are a good place to start. Also, check into Corp of Engineer Parks.

We are members of the North Texas Camping Association. It's a family friendly camping group for all ages. You should check it out:
ntxca : North Texas Camping Association (NTXCA)
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We stayed there in late April and found it to be a very nice park. As I remember some of the sites are not real level. Staff was very friendly & helpful. The staff I talked to were full time RV'rs.
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At 45-65 for a site I feel they are over priced - note many Texas state parks have full hookups we stayed at 5 last winter on the gulf/east side of the state.
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At 45-65 for a site I feel they are over priced - note many Texas state parks have full hookups we stayed at 5 last winter on the gulf/east side of the state.
Granted, $45-65 is on the high side, but there are not many full hookup RV parks in the urban DFW area.
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Not sure what you are after...

Family have stayed here and loved it:
Treetops RV Village -
1901 West Arbrook Boulevard
Arlington, TX 76015

(817) 467-7943

8 reviews

I stayed here - and the sites are nice,
but it is too kid friendly if you know what I mean
North Texas Jellystone Park
2301 South Burleson Blvd
Burleson, TX 76028

(817) 426-5037

northtexasjellystone.com



but if up for a 1 hr drive east -
great rv park--> http://millcreekranchresort.com/

go to Lake Tawakoni https://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/lake-tawakoni

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