Murrell Park Campgrounds


Address
880 Simmons Road
Flower Mount, Texas 75028

Contact
817-865-2600

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Murrell Park offers 22 tent-only campsites for along scenic Grapevine Lake. Most campsites have tent pads, campfire rings and grills; some also offer picnic tables and shelters but no electrical or water hook ups are available. One pit toilet is provided; shower and flush toilet facilities are not available.

Water fountains are available from spring through fall and are shut off during the winter months. It is recommended that campers provide their own water.

The park contains one boat ramp and a private marina but trailer parking is limited.

This facility is open year-round and popular for picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, boating and fishing. The park is home to the well known Northshore Trail, which welcomes hikers and bikers.

Horses are not permitted on the Northshore Trail or in Murrell Park; however, there are horse trails available on the south side of the lake in the town of Southlake, TX.

Hunting is not allowed in the park, but is available in some of the surrounding public lands. Anglers can fish along the shoreline or from the water; popular species include black and white crappie, catfish and bass

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Lake Grapevine Weather Forecast

Thursday

Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 50

Thursday Night

Chance Rain Showers

Lo: 40

Friday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 69

Friday Night

Clear

Lo: 52

Saturday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 82

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 59

Sunday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 82

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 61


Lake Grapevine Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 2/29: 535.07 (+0.07)



Lake Grapevine

Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 28)

FAIR. Water slightly stained; 57 degrees; 0.09 feet above pool. Most of the white bass have moved into the creeks to spawn. There are still some fish in 40-50 feet of water suspended down 20-35 feet of water biting slabs on stingers hooks using a thumper. Crappie are in the deeper water and can be caught on jigs. Reports that bass are in the backs of creeks on spawning beds. Report by Omar Cotter, Luck O’ the Irish Fishing Guide Service.

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