Made our first trip to Cleburne to camp.
We stayed in spot #10. It had water and 30 amp power. Table and fire ring. That is the basic site and those are $16 a night. The area is beautiful and has plenty of great hiking trails and biking trails. I would say the sites themselves are very small and very close to each other. I selected #10 because it was larger than many but when our neighbors showed up our tents were only a few paces away from each other.
Some people might not mind that, the people where friendly and all, but I like a little more space.
The showers and bathroom were ok. Nothing fancy but hot water and toilets and that worked. I like showers so that is nice to have.
Ranger was telling me they fill up almost every weekend so book early! You cannot book a specific site, but can reserve what campground you will be in.
All in, great scenery, nice amenities including the hiking trails, fishing was just so-so, campsites are nice but are small. The first night (Thursday night) before it got really busy there were deer walking through the camp area that was cool to see.
Overall I give Cleburne 6 out of 10 for camping, 10 out of 10 for beauty, 4 out of 10 for fishing.
The rangers and staff were very helpful and friendly so they get a 10/10.
Pulled a gun on his dryer and they caught a bunch of fish.