For an even more adventurous outdoor experience, plan to camp overnight at DeCordova Bend Park. The campground has a great view of the DeCordova Damn on Lake Granbury, and includes restrooms, picnic tables, a public swim area and a fishing pier. The Brazos River...read more
At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow & thrive....read more
Whispering Creek Ranch & Chapel is a 200-acre wildlife preserve with beautiful views and unforgettable settings. In business for more than 20 years, we have an impressive wedding chapel, gazebo, and reception hall that are ideal for any wedding party....read more
Revolver Brewing is located thirty-five minutes southwest of Fort Worth in historic Granbury, TX. We are a Texas family owned business founded by father and son, Ron and Rhett Keisler, along with seasoned Master Brewer and Cicerone, Grant Wood. We don't take ourselves...read more
A few months out of the year Cullen and Ashley Crisp open Fall Creek Farms for the public to come and pick their own fruits. upicktx.com U Pick Seasons At Fall Creek Farms Spring Strawberries – Giant two acre patch of more than 17,000 Chandler and Sequoia plants....read more
Camp El Tesoro has grown over the years and now includes a variety of year round opportunities such as family camping, spring break events, group retreats and outdoor education for students. During the summer El Tesoro offers traditional overnight camp, day camp and a...read more
The Acton Nature Center of Hood County is open to anyone who enjoys the peace and quiet of nature at its finest. Trails will lead you around the center to view the natural pond filled with croaking toads. In a heavily shaded ravine you will find a large old Live Oak...read more
Acton is approximately 40 miles southwest of Fort Worth on the Brazos River in Hood County. From Hwy 377, head east on Fall Creek Hwy.
From The Acton Blog
published by the Hood County Development...