Burleson, Texas is where to travel for unique glamping options, along with the opportunity to swim in an enormous swimming pool. North Texas Jellystone Park has made some park expansions sure to impress the entire family.
Open by Memorial Day, the new glamping options will be available to book, with choices ranging from covered wagons, decked-out tipis, and the most unique, grain bin cabins.
The grain bin cabins opened today, offering up all the comforts and conveniences glamping is famous for. Each grain bin sleeps up to six, with a queen bed, kitchen, and bathroom downstairs and bunk beds and a half-bath upstairs. Outside, there is a charcoal grill and outdoor picnic table, while the inside boasts a full-size fridge, full stove/oven, microwave, and coffee maker.
Other glamping options include cabins, the Pirate Ship “Suite” Vacation cabins, ‘glamping’ cabins, and the bunkhouse rooms or a larger bunkhouse apartment.
The cabins all feature different amenities, ranging from screened porches, washers and dryers, full linen service, and gas grills. The Pirate Ship “Suite” vacation cabins can house up to eight guests and are sure to impress guests of all ages. As you might imagine, this cabin is a huge ship, coming in at 260 feet long. The masts are 85 feet tall and this cool lodge even has cannons that simulate cannonballs being fired, with the use of red lights. A three-story, high-seas overnight adventure awaits a family of up to eight. There are ten different ‘suite’ vacation units, with each one equipped with a kitchen and private bathroom.
Docked at the Pirates’ Cove Water Park, guests are just a few steps away from the entrance. Need more insight into this lodging option? Here’s a video!
Glamping tipis are just as glamourous! The amenities included in a stay at one of these North American-style dwellings include a king-size bed, futon sleeper, a bunk bed set, full linen service, and wif-fi access. There is a community fire ring, an outdoor picnic table, and a grill. Heating and ac is included, so comfort can be felt no matter the outdoor temps.
From the Indians to the Cowboys, another option for lodging is the Conestoga Wagons. Think Little House on the Prairie, but with modern comforts. Heating/ac, a fridge, microwave, and a wagon wheel dining table. The wagons are circled together, displaying a large rock firepit within the center of the circle. Roast some marshmallows or S’mores, and unwind after a day of play. Each wagon has its own separate, private bathroom.
Rustic cabins, cozy family cabins, Red Carpet RV camping sites, and two-story, two-bedroom cabins are a few other lodging options. View all the available lodging types on their website.
There is an indoor mini-golf, a petting farm, two swimming pools, laser tag, and a games pavilion, included for guests. Each guest will have a resort fee applied to the camping costs. Each member of the family or group will receive a wristband that must be worn at all activities. Here is a full list of what is available for overnight camping guests:
To learn more, or to make reservations, visit their website. With so many lodging styles, fun activities for the whole family, and plenty of themed weekends, the North Texas Jellystone Park is the place to be this summer!