Granbury Community InformationWe think you’ll enjoy calling Granbury, Texas home!
Granbury always has something to do, whether it’s volunteering with a local organization like the Granbury Habitat for Humanity, attending the annual Granbury Old Fashion 4th of July Celebration or playing a round of golf at one of the 10 golf courses! See below for all that Granbury has to offer!
Recreation & LeisureGranbury Has Something For Everyone!
Area restaurants offer everything from home cooking to fast food to fine dining. Many establishments offer catering for weddings, business conferences and other events.
Showbiz 6 Movie Theatre, Brazos River Drive-In, Barking Rocks Winery, Bluffdale Vineyards, Pins Bowling Alley, Granbury Skating Rink, Granbury Trolley, Granbury Live, Granbury Opera House, Divine Wine, Revolver Brewery, Painting with a Twist.
Downtown Granbury offers a variety of specialty stores and antique shops that invite browsing. Off the square, Granbury also has a variety of retail shopping from small entrepreneurial shops to national chains. You can find most anything you’re looking for in Granbury!
Granbury Opera House, Granbury Live, Tarleton’s Langdon Center, Shanley House Center for the Arts, and Art Renaissance Centre.
Granbury is best known for it’s 33 mile lake that runs through it. Lake Granbury has 103 miles of shoreline which attracts homeowners to lake-front living. Activities enjoyed include boating, fishing, skiing, jet skiing, and swimming. Granbury has a City Beach Park where residents and visitors can swim and play on the shoreline. Pier 144 Marina has boat slips, personal watercraft, full-service marine store, RV park and dining.
Golf & Sports
There are 10 golf courses in the immediate vicinity, ranging from private, public and private/public courses. In addition to school-sponsored athletic programs, Granbury offers team sports for adults and youth of all ages. Whether you favor baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer or football, there is a league for you and your children.
Parks, Swimming & Sports
The City of Granbury has several parks: Pearl Street Park, City Beach Park, Lambert Branch Park, Granbury State Park and Shanley Park. The largest, Pearl Street Park, has a four-field complex with a total of 10 ball fields, 8 soccer fields, a basketball court, sand volleyball court and a swimming pool. Connected to the park is Granbury’s Hike & Bike Trail for walkers and bikers.
Annual EventsLocal events that are schedule each year
January – March
Hood County Junior Livestock Show
General Granbury’s Birthday Party & Bean Cook-Off
April – June
Granbury Wine Walk
Relay For Life
Hometown Fair, Picnic & Carnival
July – September
Granbury’s Old Fashion 4th of July Celebration
Lake Fest Labor Day Weekend Festival
October – December
Harvest Moon Festival
Halloween on the Square
Veteran’s Day Celebration
Santa’s Gazebo Workshop
Granbury Living Christmas Cards
Country Christmas Celebration & Lighted Parade
Granbury Candelight Tour of Homes
Community InvolvementGetting involved by volunteering is one of the fastest ways to become part of the community.
There are many organizations that contribute to the quality of life by serving the needs of others.
Below is a listing of some of those groups, as well as the type of volunteers they need.
Provides for the basic needs of individuals to move adults and children from crisis to self-sufficiency. 817.579.6866 www.missiongranbury.org
United Way of Hood County
serves a number of charitable organizations in Hood County.
Lake Granbury Medical Center Auxiliary
provides assistance with educational programs, scholarships, and non-revenue producing items at Lake Granbury Medical Center for the benefit of patients, families, and the community at large
Granbury Habitat for Humanity
help plan and build homes in the community
Hood County Committee on Aging
needs volunteers to deliver Meals-On-Wheels to the homebound Monday through Friday for one to two hours.