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Cabin in Granbury
Magnolia - Hot Tub Gazebo - City Escapes Cabins
Reserve a romantic cabin for two and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Our jacuzzi tub and shower are big enough for two, and don't forget to visit our hot tub with its own gazebo. We also have a hanging day bed on the front porch; it's perfect for snuggling with your favorite person. There's a full kitchenette available, or you can visit fantastic restaurants that are just minutes away. We're located right between Glen Rose and Granbury, and there's plenty to do nearby.
$114 per night
Cabin in Bluff Dale
Cozy Cabin w hot tub, fire pit, fishing, hiking
Take a few nights away from city life to relax and recharge! With this single cabin rental, you will have access to the entire ranch, the fish-stocked pond, & hiking trails. Ready to reconnect with yourself & with nature? This is the PERFECT place to escape the hustle & bustle of life and enjoy big open skies, rolling land, and incredible 360 degree views. We have three cabins on this ranch, which can be rented individually for a couple’s getaway or all together for your entire group.
$191 per night
Cabin in Glen Rose
THE NEST by Skybox Cabins
At the tip top of the Texas hill country, The Nest offers spectacular views from its perch. Recently featured on the Southern Living website, The Nest is a hybrid cabin with features of both a treehouse and a bohemian bungalow. This truly customized getaway, is filed with wonders from the portal entry to its Texas cedar observatory. Once you arrive at this "Pinterest perfect" cabin, you'll never want to leave. Minimum age for guests is 18.
$249 per night

Stay near Glen Rose's top sights

Photo of Big Rocks Park
Big Rocks Park51 locals recommend
Photo of Big Cup Eatery
Big Cup Eatery17 locals recommend
Photo of Oakdale Park
Oakdale Park8 locals recommend
Photo of Riverhouse Grill
Riverhouse Grill21 locals recommend
Photo of Hammonds's BBQ
Hammonds's BBQ17 locals recommend
Photo of Los Primos Mexican Restaurant & Cantina
Los Primos Mexican Restaurant & Cantina10 locals recommend

Glen Rose vacation rentals

Private room in Glen Rose
The Cowboy room
$65 per night
Cottage in Glen Rose
Comanche Cottage • Walk to Downtown Glen Rose
$117 per night
Treehouse in Glen Rose
THE BIRDHouse by Skybox Cabins
$229 per night
Cottage in Glen Rose
Villa 101, Scenic river view from patio
$140 per night
Tiny home in Glen Rose
Big Red Tiny Cabin
$75 per night
Private room in Glen Rose
Treetop get away
$65 per night
Private room in Glen Rose
La Chula Vista II
$99 per night
Tiny home in Glen Rose
Cabin in the Country - #41
$50 per night
Cottage in Glen Rose
Compass Cottage • Walk to Downtown Glen Rose
$130 per night
Tiny home in Glen Rose
Cabin in the Country - #42
$50 per night
Home in Glen Rose
Cactus Bluff-Beautiful Scenery, 1 Mile to DT
$161 per night
Cottage in Glen Rose
Country/180° views/fire pit/near Fossil Rim
$129 per night

Your guide to Glen Rose

Welcome to Glen Rose

Glen Rose, Texas, is an exceedingly family-friendly destination, but you don’t have to be a kid to delight in the sight of 113-million-year-old dinosaur tracks or to cannonball into a swimming hole on a hot day. There’s no doubt that dinosaurs drive tourism to this little enclave of 2,500 in the middle of Northern Texas, but if you come for the sauropods, you’ll stay for the small-town charm. Glen Rose’s historic downtown area is a cluster of family-owned restaurants, shops, and antique stores, as well as churches and museums. It also hosts a long-running weekend farmers’ market. Twenty-nine buildings in Glen Rose are on the National Historic Register, including an ancient mill turned art museum; the visitors’ bureau provides an informational pamphlet that details the legacy of each. And just a mile from downtown along a tree-lined riverwalk, people gather at idyllic Big Rocks Park to splash in the river and cool off during the hot Texas summers.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Glen Rose?

Spring and fall are the most pleasant times of year to stay in one of Glen Rose’s cabins. In April and early May, the days are warm and sunny and wildflowers such as the Texas state flower, the bluebonnet, are in full bloom. September and October boast similar weather but different colors as the leaves turn red, yellow, and orange. Fall is also the quietest time of year around here.

Amateur paleontologists should visit in the summer, particularly in August. The days are hot and the weather can get humid, but the Paluxy River is at its lowest then, exposing the famous fossilized footprints on the riverbed. Summer is also the best time to soak up small-town culture, whether you’re cooling off in the water at Big Rock Park, attending summer concerts and outdoor movie nights, or taking part in such annual events as the National Day of the Cowboy celebration in late July.

What are the top things to do in Glen Rose?

Hiking in Dinosaur Valley State Park

At Dinosaur Valley State Park, everyone gravitates to the riverbed to check out the tracks of Acrocanthosaurus, a sort of smaller T. rex, which roamed the area millions of years ago. But the park also contains a number of hiking trails of varying lengths and difficulties that will bring you to overlooks, natural springs, and interesting rock formations. Keep an eye out for winged wildlife including black vultures, great crested flycatchers, eastern bluebirds, and many kinds of butterflies.

The historic farmers’ market

The Glen Rose farmers’ market has been running for so long that even locals aren’t quite sure when it started. Each weekend, they gather to proffer handmade or homegrown items — that’s important, because the city doesn’t allow vendors to sell commercial or prefabricated goods — including seasonal produce and preserves.

Wheeler Branch Park

Opened in 2010, Wheeler Branch Park sits on the southeastern edge of Wheeler Branch Reservoir and is a popular place to pass a summer day. The park features a boat ramp with a floating dock, a beach area, a fishing pier, a pavilion, and public restrooms.

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