Cedar Hill State Park is an enormous park that sits on over 1,800 acres and offers up some of the best camping and RVing in North Texas. Most of the campsites offer a covered picnic table, fire ring, water, and electric. The camping areas are heavily treed offering plenty of shade.
Below are two maps for the large park. They are both part of the park, but split so that you can see the detail for each section.
Cedar Hill State Park is packed with amenities. You can spend a week here and not get through exploring this great park. This park is packed with great restrooms a short walking distance from all campsites. You will find kayaking, fishing, pond fishing, hiking and biking trails and much more.
Primitive Campsite $10 per night
Water & Electric Campsite $25 per night
Water, Electric (30/50 amp), & Sewer Campsite $30 per night
The daily entrance fee is charged in addition to any facility fees, unless otherwise stated ($5 per adult)
A maximum of 8 people can stay at each campsite.
Check out time is 2 p.m.
The camping at Cedar Hill State Park is great for the outdoors-man. There are plenty of places to fish including two concrete fishing piers. The large park offers many trails for hiking or mountain biking. And there is a great swim beach area to cool off. There are restrooms (some with showers) located within a short distance of each campsite (unless you are in the primitive sites).
Parking spaces at each campsite make unloading and loading your gear from your vehicle a breeze.
We absolutely love these campgrounds and cannot recommend them enough.
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Open 7 days a week year-round, 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.
The Penn Farm Agricultural History Center is open daily 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
You can make camping reservations for Cedar Hill State Park at the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.
1570 West FM 1382
Cedar Hill, TX 75104