Ray Roberts State Park Johnson Branch Unit
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Overview

Location
Address: 100 PW 4153, Valley View, Texas 76272
GPS: 33.427234, -97.055715
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Local Directions: From jct I-35 & FM 3002 (Lone Oak Rd): Go 7 mi E on FM 3002.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-940-637-2294
Website: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/st...

Open
All year
Gate Hours: 6 AM to 10 PM

  Sites
104 RV Sites, 83 Tent Sites, 11 50 Amps, 104 Electric and Water, 70 No Hookup

Rates
Daily Rates: $15.00 - $26.00

Facilities & Services
Dump Station

Recreation
Biking, Fishing, Hiking, Playground, Swimming

Policies
Pets Welcome
 
Description
Trail Conditions:

1) The Ray Roberts/Lake Lewisville Greenbelt Corridor multiuse equestrian trail is now open. 2) Due to a major washout south of FM 455, the section between FM 455 and FM 428 has to be utilized as an up-and-back trail from each park.
Sites
Total Sites174
   
RV Sites104
   
Tent Sites83
Electric and Water (104)No Hookup (70)
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Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
Controlled Access Gate  
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Recreation
  Hours Description Fees
Beach  
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Equipped Pavilion  
Fishing  
Hiking  
Horseback Riding  
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Swimming  
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A real hidden gem in this area.
DKRitter
Bronze
September 17, 2014
The lake is up and there is a lot of activity on the lake, there are two major sights on the lake and Johnson Branch is on the north side and has about a 10th of the traffic as the south side. The JB has about 100 sites and I think about 11 are 50 amp all of those are drive thru. The best sites are all 30 amps and back in but since it was in the 90’s we parked in one of the 50 amp pull thru sites to stay cool. Rangers were personable and friendly especially since it was our first time to camp here, we went ahead and bought an annual park pass and paid $26 a night. All of the sites have water and electric and a sewer dump is close to the entrance. About the only negative is w/o the pass it is an additional $7.00 per day per person so the cost gets too high. Gates are locked from 10PM to 6AM but they give you a code so we felt very secure and during the day it was quiet and after dark it was completely quiet. We will be back again and again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
 
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