We had reservations to stay at Bear Creek Campground in Ft. Worth, but at the last minute our reservation was cancelled due to flooding at that location so we ended up spending the week at North Texas Jellystone Park instead. The kids were super excited about that!
We have stayed at several Jellystone Parks and I have to say this is probably my least favorite one we have visited. Jellystone Parks are not cheap so we don’t splurge on them very often, but when we do we expect it to be an awesome park, and this one just wasn’t. I don’t think it was worth the cost. The kids would disagree with me however because they loved it. They are so easy to please, I should try to become more like them. 🙂
They especially loved the Air Zone which had several bouncy houses. This was only open on the weekend so the boys were counting down the days all week waiting for it to open.
We also rode the hay ride, fire truck ride and the boys loved this train ride.
Most campsites at this park are super close together, but thankfully they put us on the other side of the park in between 2 cabins that were unoccupied for most of the week. This site was really nice and at least had a bit of a yard unlike the sites on the other side of the park.
Some places we stay have awesome views, but this one — not so much. We had a nice view of the parking lot and the water park that wasn’t open.
We enjoyed a visit with another Fulltime Family. We met the Thomas family in February at the rally in Tampa. It was fun to meet up with them again in Texas. We really enjoyed getting to know their family a little better, and we hope to meet up with them again later this summer.
Look how many kids they travel with! And all 6 of them are super sweet and polite. I have had people tell me they could never live in an RV fulltime like we do because they have 3 or 4 kids and it’s easier for us because we only have 2 kids. Well here you go. A living example of a large family making it work. We’ve actually met many large families living on the road. I think we’re in the minority with our small family of 4.
I’m currently blogging at 60 mph on our way across North Texas on to our next adventure. Sometimes a place we go doesn’t quite live up to
our my expectations, but I guess that’s all part of this unpredictable lifestyle. So it’s onward and westward!