Vineyards Campgrounds

Located on Lake Grapevine, the Vineyards Campgrounds and Cabins are highly recognized and award winning campgrounds. The Vineyards Campgrounds were named one of 21 campgrounds nationwide to be given an “A” rating from the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds. The Texas Association of Campground Owners gave the Vineyards Campgrounds the Medium-Sized Campground of the Year Award.

It is easy to see why this campground is so highly regarded given the close proximity to the lake, the well maintained grounds, the roomy RV sites, and the ample and clean restrooms. Here are some of the highlights of the Vineyards Campgrounds:


    • Thirteen lake cabins for nightly rental
    • Eighty-eight RV Sites
    • Two restroom facilities with showers
    • Laundry Room
    • Wireless Internet
    • Campground boat ramp
    • Fishing pier
    • Kayak Rentals
    • Fish cleaning station
    • Swim beach
    • Camp store
    • Performance stage
    • Playground area
    • Group Pavilion
    • RV dump station
    • Plenty of shade trees and lake shorelines

Premium RV Sites (or campsites) start at $45 per night and go up to $65 per night.

One bedroom cabins start at $130 per night and go up to $150 per night.

Two bedroom cabins start at $145 per night and go up to $165 per night.

There are a fairly large number of discounts on RV sites and cabins including those for Grapevine Residents, Seniors, and many others. Please check the official Vineyards Campground website for full pricing details and discounts.

The Vineyards Campgrounds have recently added additional parking, a huge new restroom / wash room facility, upgraded the boat ramp and courtesy docks, and added a very nice camp store for sale of miscellaneous camping items.


Here is a bonus preview video tour of Cabin #8:



For Reservations: 817-329-8993

Toll Free: 888-329-8993

1501 N. Dooley Street

Grapevine, TX 76051



If this campground does not meet your requirements, you might be interested in more information on Lake Lewisville camping or Lake Texoma camping.