Whether you stay one night, several nights, a week, a month or several months at Weatherford KOA, you will be happy you did.
Our 58-site campground is open year-round and is located just west of Fort Worth off I-20. Weatherford is the cutting Horse Capital of the World so it is common to see real cowboys and cowgirls wearing their western hats, boots and spurs as they shop in our local stores.
Our Historic Shopping District is full of antique, boutique and specialty stores. Many specialize in western memorabilia and rustic, ranch-style furniture. There’s also an old-time Farmer’s Market, where you can buy fresh Parker County produce, including watermelon, pecans and of course our famous peaches.
The crown jewel of the downtown is the Parker County Courthouse, recently restored to its original splendor.
Chandor Gardens is Weatherford’s pride and joy. Built by famed English portrait artist Douglas Chandor for his Weatherford bride, the Gardens capture both the elegance of a formal English garden and the ornate design of Chinese architecture. From the 30-foot waterfall to soothing fountains, from a bowling green to secret hideaways, Chandor Gardens will capture your awe and wonder at every turn.
We have over 30 places to eat and more than 30 places to shop within one mile of the park.
Area attractions include the Fort Worth Stockyards, the Bass Performance Hall, the Fort Worth Zoo, Texas Motor Speedway, Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas Rangers baseball, Dallas Cowboys football and Fort Richardson in Jacksboro.
First Monday Trade Days will be Jan. 3-5 at the corner of Santa Fe and Highway 180 in Weatherford.
The Weatherford KOA will host the KOA booth at the Tarrant County RV Show Jan. 9-12 at the Fort Worth Convention Center.
Reserve a campsite at Weatherford KOA by calling (800) 562-0848. For information call (817) 594-8801 or visit http://koa.com/campgrounds/weatherford.