Tres Rios Resort

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Tres Rios Resort

2322 County Road 312
Glen Rose, TX 76043
United States
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RV Park Texas style! – Nestled amongst native Texas pecan and oak trees on 47 spacious acres, Tres Rios is named for the three Texas rivers that converge on the resort’s southern point — the Brazos River, Paluxy River, and Squaw Creek. Fishing, boating, swimming, and rafting are favorite activities for our guests…as are day trips to nearby Fossil Rim Wildlife Center and Dinosaur Valley State Park.

Our Tres Rios Texas Campsites are a comfortable and familiar gathering spot for large family gatherings and weekends with friends. We offer spacious meeting rooms perfect for family reunions, as well as regular activities including jam sessions, kayak demonstrations, and community clean-ups of the surrounding rivers. We also offer a packed schedule of events for members and guests to participate in. Activities include cards, bingo, stitching, potluck dinners, wood crafts, nature walks and more. Major events include the Chili Cookoff and Antique car show, Auctions from the American Cancer Society, Concerts and Relay for Life meetings. Whatever you’re interested in, Tres Rios has something for you.

Located just outside beautiful, historic Glen Rose Texas, Tres Rios offers reasonable rates, comfortable accommodations, and a helpful staff. It’s no wonder members choose Tres Rios RV Park & Vacation Resort year after year! We also host private events like family reunions, weddings, and company picnics, and outings.


 Rules and Guidlines

  •  Speed limit is 5 mph…any speedy drivers will receive a red tag and have to keep their  vehicle  parked in the front of the resort if they choose to break the rules.
  •  Gate codes are for the security of you, your family, and fellow campers. Do not share  them with anyone unless you want to be removed from the park.
  •  Quiet hours are from 10pm until 8am. Sanctioned events may go until midnight with    prior  approval.
  •  Campfires must be in designated fire pits, or in portable outdoor fire pits. No ground  fires are allowed. Fire pits are available for rent at the front office. The resort abides by  county rules and will notify if there is a burn-ban in place.
  •  No vehicles of any kind, including golf carts, are allowed to travel on the grass.
  •  Alcoholic beverages are permitted in your RV, cabin, and on your site. Excessive  drinking,  intoxication, or drug use and their resulting actions will not be tolerated and  are grounds for immediate removal from resort. State laws apply.
  •  No minors are allowed to stay on park unattended. Parents/Guardians are responsible  for the actions and safety of their children. All children 15 years of age or younger must  be at their campsite by 10pm unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  •  Vehicles may not hang off of your site in any direction. Additional parking is available.  No more than 2 vehicles are allowed onsite. Vehicles must have hang tags visibly  displayed in the front windshield with checkout date while on resort grounds.
  •  OCP recognizes that members enjoy riding motorcycles. The use of motorcycles on  OCP resorts is for personal transportation from the front entryway to your site only.
  •  No four-wheelers, ATV’s, or anything with loud engines are to be ridden on resort  unless going to  your site or leaving the resort.
  •  Texas Hall is for people 18 years and older only.
  •  Cimarron Hall is for children 17 years and younger, parents included.
  •  Pool Rules
  •  The pool is unguarded. Swim at your own risk.
  •  Those 15 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
  •  Swim attire must be bathing suits only. No cut off shorts or regular clothing.
  •  No glass containers of any kind.
  •  No food or drinks inside the pool.
  •  No river tubes are allowed in the pool.
  •  Please refrain from heavy horse play and running.
  •  Please rinse off before entering the pool.
  •  No smoking or alcohol in the pool area.
  •  Please refrain from urinating.
  • Pet Rules
  •  All pets must be on a leash maximum 6-foot and must be attended to at all times.
  •  All pet waste is the responsibility of the owner and must be promptly cleaned up and    disposed of properly.
  •  If any pet causing a disturbance, such as being a nuisance toward other or exhibiting  any type of  aggression, shall be asked to be removed from the resort.
  •  All pets must be current on, and have, papers, vaccinations ad appropriate licenses as  required by law. If any event occurs where the pet harms anyone, these must be  present.
  • All pets must have identification collars and tags with contact information for the owner.

Public - RV Site - $50.00  

NO Tent Camping

Members - Free

Cabins availiable but must call for rates and availability.

Local Interest: 

Area Atractions

If you are looking for something to do off park, then you are not short of things to choose from! From here in Glen Rose to north of Dallas-Fort Worth are, there is an array of attractions for you and your family to enjoy. Listed below are just a few in each of the local towns.


Glen Rose

  • Big Rocks Park – Exactly what its name implies! Enjoy a picnic and climb the big rocks while the Paluxy River streams through the background.
  • Dinosaur World – Since Glen Rose is the ‘Dinosaur Capital of Texas’, take a walk through this  center of life size dinosaur exhibits and learn about the prehistoric animals.
  •  Fossil Rim Wildlife Center – A 1,700 acre conservation facility with more than 50+ animals from giraffes to zebras to see.
  • Squaw Valley Golf Club – Located across the highway form the resort, take a day to play this 36- hole course featured in Golf Digest Magazine.



  • Downtown Square – lots of boutique shops to find neat and eclectic treasures, tasty restaurants, and diners to choose from.
  • Lake Granbury – Public beaches and boat launches for you to spend time enjoying the  sun and water.
  •  Brazos Drive-In Theatre – One of only 10 remaining in the entire state of Texas!
  •  U.S. Veterans Museum - Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am until 4 pm.



  • Lone Star Arena – Weekly events take place in this Texas-style Rodeo Arena.
  • Cowboy Walk of Fame – Known as a ‘Cowboy Capital of the World’, come see the famous rodeo stars, cowboys, and others that are significant part in the western heritage of Texas.



  • Dr. Pepper Factory – See the original site and museum where Dr. Pepper and many other sodas are from.