Decatur, Texas Glamping Getaways
Head to Decatur for the best glamping in Texas
Established in 1856, Decatur, Texas was named in honor of a naval hero, Stephen Decatur. It’s built on top of the tallest hill in the area, a strategy for watching for attacks from Native Americans. Nearby is Rucker Pond, a reservoir within the Lyndon B. Johnson National Grassland. Visitors can go horseback riding, hiking, and fishing to admire the scenery. Lake Bridgeport lies to the west of the town, a great place to spend the day on the water. The Palo Pinto Mountains are an isolated, rugged, and scenic range are great for hiking. Only 25 miles from Fort Worth, Decatur is the perfect place for a weekend escape from the city, and is also easily accessible to those flying in from out of state. Be sure to include Decatur, Texas in your next glamping itinerary.
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