Silver Dollar Steakhouse
Head for the Hideaway!
Located at the
of CR 196 & CR 1014
Look for the rustic log entryway!
the property, we offer hiking trails, fishing ponds,
and views of good ole Texas Longhorns and Paint
horses. Nearby you'll find lakes, rivers, state
parks, antique shopping
and even a vineyard. You
can float on a river, putt for
par; take in a drive-in
movie, or stare a giraffe in the face.
That's right, a giraffe. Nationally-known
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center is nearly next
door. Historic Granbury and Glen Rose,
charming Hico, the
Dale Winery, and the famous
Pepper Museum are all just a short drive away.
Let's not forget the Cowboy Capital of
Texas....Stephenville, is only a 25 minute drive.
people prefer just to stay at The Hideaway,
though, and enjoy the countryside. Fish in the
ponds, swim and sun at the pool, hike in the
woods, go for a horseback ride, stargaze from your hot tub spa, or just
relax on the porch swing with a good book.
Dinosaur Valley State Park
113 million year old Dinosaur Tracks in the Paluxy
River bed. Camping, picnicking and nature trails.
An epic Musical drama of the life of Christ.
Performances 8 pm every Friday & Saturday, June
through October - Season Ends November 1.
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
A 9.5 mile scenic wildlife drive to see exotic and
endangered animals. Open year round 9:00 am - 5:00
pm. Adults $16.95, Seniors $12.95, kids $9.95
Barnard's Mill & Art Museum
Built in the 1860's. Registered with National &
Texas Historic Places. 12 rooms of original art
featuring oils, bronzes, watercolors, etchings and
artifacts. Open Saturday & Sunday.
Comanche Peak Information Center
Learn about the generation of electricity using the
atom. Open Monday - Saturday, 9:00am till 4:00pm.
Conference center. Seats 2,000+. Concessions.
Equestrian events. Meetings and Receptions. Bring
your event here!
Squaw Valley Golf Course
4 star rating. 36 holes. PGA instruction. Golf shop.
Creation Evidence Museum
Archaeological excavations. A scientific look at
Creation. Dr. Carl Baugh, Director. Open 10:00am
till 4:00pm. Admission $4.00.
Over 3,000 seats, state of the art lighting & sound
system, tri-level stage. This amphitheatre really
draws a crowd!
Rivers, Brazos and Paluxy
Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, tubing and fishing.
Rental service offers drop-off and pick-up. Visit
Big Rocks Park. Rhodes Rentals 254-897-4214. Low
Water Bridge 254-897-3666.
Blue Grass & Dulcimer Music Festivals
Glen Rose is the Blue Grass Capital of Texas, and
hosts festivals each April and October.
HARBOR LAKES GOLF CLUB
Brazos Old Fashioned Drive-In
817-573-1311 - 1800 W. Pearl
Bring your lawn chair and enjoy family entertainment
under the stars in an authentic 1950s drive-in.
Cinema showing two great shows for one great price.
We post the current listings in our office each
EAGLE FLIGHT SKYDIVING
817-874-7591 - Granbury Municipal Airport
Enjoy the thrill of a lifetime. A highly trained,
U.S.P.A.-rated staff is ready to teach you to
GRANBURY AIR TOURS
817-573-8672/817-691-9637 - Located at the Granbury
See historic Granbury from the air. See the
Courthouse Square, Comanche Peak, Lake Granbury,
DeCordova Bend Dam and other sites as can only be
seen from the air. A unique flightseeing experience.
GRANBURY CARRIAGE COMPANY
www.brazoscarriage.com - on the Granbury
courthouse square Carriage rides in a white French Vis-a-Vis, drawn by a Percheron horse throughout
Granbury's historic district, with a narrated tour.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, only.
Houston and Moore Sts.
Wander through Granbury's old cemetery and visit
Gen. Hiram Granbury's gravesite and Jesse James'
final resting place.
GRANBURY HISTORIC COURTHOUSE DISTRICT
Experience Texas in the 1880s as you visit more than
50 antique and specialty shops, restaurants and
boutiques housed in historic buildings. The Granbury
courthouse square was the first in Texas to be
listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
817-579-2695 - 2210 E. Hwy 377
A 24-lane bowling center featuring Brunswick
automatic scoring, pro-shop, supervised playroom and
GRANBURY SKATING RINK
817-279-8881 - 1901 W. Pearl
An air-conditioned skating rink open to the public
Friday nights, Saturday mornings and nights, and
Sunday afternoons. Available for private parties.
ACTON STATE PARK- Acton
Known as the smallest state park in Texas. Acton
cemetery is the final resting place of Mrs.
Elizabeth P. Crockett, wife of Alamo hero Davy
HISTORIC TOURS OF GRANBURY
Granbury Visitors Center Guided group tours.
THE JAIL AND HOOD COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM
817-279-0768 - 208 N. Crockett
Old Western jail built in 1885, operated through
1978. Complete with an original cell block and
hanging tower. Collections of artifacts and
memorabilia depicting the history of Granbury and
Hood County. Now Open Everyday
817-573-3212/573-1407 (permits and licenses)
A scenic 33.5-mile long lake offering boating,
fishing (black bass, catfish and stripers),
water-skiing, canoeing and swimming. Four parks
operated by the Brazos River Authority provide boat
ramps, public swimming, camping and picnicking.
Granbury City Beach, operated by the City of
Granbury, provides a boat
ramp, public swimming and picnicking.