Links To Additional Local Attractions

  • Dublin Dr. Pepper Bottling Plant.
    The oldest Dr. Pepper bottling plant in the world. Open 7 days a week.
    221 S. Patrick Dublin, TX
    (254) 445-3939





Glen Rose:

  • Glen Rose Historic Downtown Association

  • Dinosaur Valley State Park
    (254) 897-4588

  • The Promise

  • Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
    (254) 897-2960

  • Two Grannie's Down Home Cookin
    (254) 897-9773

  • Squaw Valley Golf Course
    4 star rating. 36 holes. PGA instruction. Golf shop. Cafe.

  • Texas Amphitheatre
    (254) 897-4509

  • Rivers, Brazos and Paluxy
    Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, tubing and fishing. Rental service offers drop-off and pick-up. Visit Big Rocks Park. Rhodes Rentals (254) 897-4214. Low Water Bridge (254) 897-3666.

  • Blue Grass & Dulcimer Music Festivals
    (254) 897-2321
    Glen Rose is the Blue Grass Capital of Texas, and hosts festivals each April and October.


  • Granbury Live
    800-989-8240 - 110 N. Crockett

  • Granbury Opera House
    (817) 573-9191 - 116 E. Pearl

  • Granbury Riverboat
    (817) 279-0204

  • Brazos Old Fashioned Drive-In
    817-573-1311 - 1800 W. Pearl

  • Grandbury Carriage Company
    (817) 517-7882 / (817) 648-1653

  • Grandbury Historic Courthouse District
    (817) 579-7200
    Experience Texas in the 1880s as you visit more than 50 antique and specialty shops, restaurants and boutiques housed in historic buildings. The Granbury courthouse square was the first in Texas to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

  • The Jail and Hood County Historical Museum
    (817) 279-0768 - 208 N. Crockett
    Old Western jail built in 1885, operated through 1978. Complete with an original cell block and hanging tower. Collections of artifacts and memorabilia depicting the history of Granbury and Hood County. Now Open Everyday

  • Lake Grandbury
    (817) 573-3212/573-1407 (permits and licenses)
    A scenic 33.5-mile long lake offering boating, fishing (black bass, catfish and stripers), water-skiing, canoeing and swimming. Four parks operated by the Brazos River Authority provide boat ramps, public swimming, camping and picnicking. Granbury City Beach, operated by the City of Granbury, provides a boat ramp, public swimming and picnicking.

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