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Old 11-03-2017, 01:32 AM   #1
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Anybody know of a good campground in or near Aledo, Tx (southwest of Ft. Worth) ? Going there for Christmas to visit family. The closer to Aledo the better. Saw a few online , just don't know the area.. Thanks
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Old 11-03-2017, 02:01 AM   #2
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The closest one I know of is Cowtown, driven by a thousand times but never stayed, always appeared to be nice. Also always seemed to be full, I'd make reservations now if that's where you decide.
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The closest one I know of is Cowtown, driven by a thousand times but never stayed, always appeared to be nice. Also always seemed to be full, I'd make reservations now if that's where you decide.
That's exactly why I am asking now. Thanks for the input. Cowtown is one of the places I looked at online and on Google Earth. Biggest drawback might be that it's right on I-20. Same for Oak Creek RV park.
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We stay at Oak Creek a lot. Will be there 4 night next week. Cowtown will be closer for you. Cowtown is more of a flat land no trees type park. Winter time does away with the trees leaves anyway. Road noise would be about the same at both. Oak Creek is below a hill, so no over the air TV. Never stayed at Cowtown, but for a short stay, looks ok.
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We've been coast to coast border to border & can probably count on both hands the number of rv parks that aren't next to the highway or a railroad, not sure I can sleep without traffic noises or a train rumbling by.
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