Rio Brazos Master Naturalist Monthly Meetings
The Rio Brazos Master Naturalist chapter generally meets the first Thursday of every month at 6:00 pm. Meeting locations rotate between the three counties. Specific information on date and location can be found on the website

Members bring a dish for potluck dinner. Visitors are encouraged to attend and have dinner on us! There is usually a speaker and members will accrue either volunteer time or advanced training time for attending, dependant upon that night’s topic.

The following locations are most frequently used for meetings, but members are encouraged to check the website front page before each meeting as sometimes locations can change.


FREQUENTLY USED MEETING SITES:

Current Locations:

Hood County:
Camp El Tesoro
Conference Center across the swinging bridge
(with limited parking on the other side for those that cannot cross the swinging bridge)
7710 Fall Creek HWY
Granbury, TX 76049
Google Map

Somervell County:
First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall
2000 Bo Gibbs Drive
Glen Rose
Google Map

Johnson County:
Cleburne State Park
Dining Hall Located 2/10’s of a mile past Cedar Lodge, on the right.
Park is located between Cleburne and Glen Rose
Six miles off Hwy 67 – exit Park Road 21
Park Map
Google Map (satellite)
Google Map (standard map)


Langdon Ranch:
9301 Langdon Leake Court
Granbury, TX 76049
Map at this link





Previously used locations:

Hood County: 
Hood County Development District # 1 Building
Opal Durant Community Center
6430 Smoky Hill Court
Acton Texas
Map at this link

Somervell County:
Somervell Training Center 
2783 County Road 302
Glen Rose TX
Map at this link
 
Johnson County: 
McGregor House
Winston Patrick McGregor Park 
1628 W. Henderson
Cleburne TX
Map at this link

Johnson County:
Cleburne State Park
Cedar Lodge
Between Cleburne and Glen Rose
Six miles off Hwy 67 – exit Park Road 21
Google Map
Park Maps





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