Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Bluebonnet Ridge Campground

Bluebonnet Ridge Campground

On the way home from the Fall 2017 Get Together in Ft. Collins we stopped for the night at the Bluebonnet Ridge Campground in Terrell, Texas.

This park is just off of I-20 about 30 minutes East of Dallas.  For us, it was perfect since we had just gone through 5:00 traffic in Dallas and that was enough stress for the evening.

Bluebonnet Ridge campsite

This is a very nice luxury campground.  It appeared that over half of the units that were parked here were here for the season.  It must be popular, since they were adding additional spaces as you enter the park.

Bluebonnet Ridge Office

We pulled in after the office had closed and our information packet was on the bulletin board at the office door.  It was easy to find our spot and we set up camp. The place was immaculate.  Everything was clean and orderly.

Bluebonnet Ridge Campground

There was one downside.  No open fires or grilling.  I had picked up some steaks along the way and was counting on grilling out.  They did have an accommodation.  There is a community propane webber grill at the clubhouse.  So off I went and grilled our steaks.

Bluebonnet Ridge office

The showers were in the office building.  Unlike some we have been, they were both heated and cooled.  Important for the heat and humidity in the south if you are looking for a nice experience.  The building also had an interior club area and a covered patio next to the pool.

The other thing about the campground.  There is a Buc-ees truck stop just a couple exits to the West.

A note from one of the other campers:  This is a good location to stay at when visiting the Texas State Fair and other Dallas - Ft. Worth locales.  Easy access to the interstate, but peacefully quiet.

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