Within Hood County, the settlement of Acton is just the place to relax, retreat and relive the past. Whether it’s solitude, action or merriment you’re looking for, you’ll find it here. From butterfly tagging to star gazing, bird watching to beer tasting, camping to quilting, this community adjacent to Granbury offers year-round fun for adventurers of all ages.
The Hood County Development District #1 is a county development district authorized by the Texas Legislature under Section 383 of the Local Government Code and approved by voters in Hood County in 1999. Its purpose is the attraction of visitors and tourists to the Acton area that will result in employment and economic activity. The District is governed by a seven member board and maintains an administrative office at 6430 Smokey Hill Court, Suite 104 (next to the Acton/DCBE Volunteer Fire Department). The Administrative Assistant for the HCCD is Mel Schrader, and the office can be reached at 817-326-6005.
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 District