North Texas Jellystone Park is the perfect destination to relax and enjoy time with the family.
Located in Burleson, TX which is about 25 miles from downtown Fort Worth. With endless amenities of a water park, pools, outdoor games, crafts, stocked pond, fire pits, mini golf, and dining options make this the perfect laid-back resort.
Reason to book a stay at North Texas Jellystone Park
This all-inclusive resort has it all! Whether you want to be closer to nature and pitch a tent, bring your RV, or do a little glamping, you will find the perfect lodging that is best for your family.
We stayed in a one-bedroom family cabin that overlooked the Pirates’ Cove Water Park. I enjoyed my morning coffee on the screened-in porch while watching my son play cornhole with his new friends who stayed next to us!
The cabin features a private bedroom with a queen bed and bunk beds, a kitchen, bathroom, and living area with a futon, dining table, and small sofa. There is also a loft area that has 2 queen beds.
After spending most of our time enjoying all the outdoor fun, it was wonderful to come back to the cabin with all the amenities to cool off and relax for the evening.
Types of lodging available at North Texas Jellystone Park
Tent camping – primitive sites located along Lake Stafford. This shaded area is the perfect spot to set up camp and enjoy the gorgeous views of the stocked lake.
RV Spots & Rentals – All RV camping sites include full 50 amp power, water, and sewer hookups.
Tipis – A unique lodging option that fits 6-7 people. With it’s modern amenities and heating/air conditioning will ensure you have a great night’s sleep.
Conestoga Wagon – Want to feel like you are in the Wild West? Then book a stay in one of the Lagos. Equipped with a king-sized bed and two sets of twin bunk beds, heating and air conditioning, a custom-made wagon wheel table with seating, a small fridge, and a microwave.
Grain Bin Cabins – These two-story grain bins can accommodate up to 6 guests and feature a full bathroom, full kitchen, and two sets of bunk beds on the 2nd floor along a half bath.
Cabins – Cabin rentals range from one-bedroom or two-bedroom, rustic cabins, family cabins, premium cabins and more. With so many options to choose from, you are bound to find the perfect one that will meet your family’s needs.
Pirate ship – These large 2-bedroom vacation cabins can accommodate up to 8 people. Nicely equipped with two bedrooms, two sets of bunk beds, a full kitchen, a full bathroom, and a living area.
Pirates’ Cove Waterpark
Waterpark admission is included with every camper’s stay. This is the perfect way to beat the summer heat! We spent several hours every day floating in the lazy river, playing water basketball, and racing down the water slides.
The waterpark is perfect for the entire family. It has 11 water slides, a lazy river, four activity pools, waterfalls, and more!
Activities that are included in your stay
- Gel blasters
- Archery Tag
- Laser Tag
- Stocked fishing pond
- Climbing Obstacles
- Petting Farm
- Resort style pool
- Nature Trails
- Sports Park
- Scavenger Hunts
- Glow in the dark mini golf
- Arts & Crafts
- Gaga Ball
- And More!
A trip to the Kountry Kreamery for a scoop of ice cream or a shake is a must-do every day! It’s located in the Ranger Station and they serve up hand-made ice cream that is AMAZING!
Guests can also enjoy breakfast daily at Kountry Kreamery.
Pirates’ Cove Dining Options
Pirates’ Cove Grill
Campers can purchase breakfast, or quick bites like pizza, hamburgers, and drinks. Enjoy the food at the waterpark or take it to your cabin to eat with the family.
Joe’s Peg Leg
This outdoor eatery is located between Big Pirate and Little Pirates’ Cove. This outdoor dining serves up chicken strips, burgers, pizza, French fries, lemonade, and fountain drinks.
If you are looking for a unique destination that is family-friendly, affordable and gives you that camping vibe you are looking for, then North Texas Jellystone Park is the place to go. With so many activities and great lodging options, you and your family are never going to want to leave.