Lake Godstone ™ is located between Jacksboro, Texas and Possum Kingdom Lake in the hills of the Northern Edwards Plateau near Graford, Texas. We host family reunions, youth camps and business organizations in a quiet, secluded wildlife and nature environment. This “Whole Campus” listing includes exclusive use of all of our housing options and amenities which are also available for rental individually. Included in the base pricing is our 35-person lodge, three-bedroom guest home, sports field cabin, wilderness roost cabin, inspiration cabin, reflection cabin, serenity RV campsite (includes RV), panorama RV campsite, three primitive cabins (coming in April 2022), top of dam group campground, refuge group campground, area comfort station with toilets and showers, our sports fields (lit basketball court, sand volleyball, soccer and baseball practice fields), observatory with telescope, 300 yard gun and archery range, four-mile hike and bike trail winding around the forested lake and upper wooded meadow, six partially covered docks with canoe moorings and swim ladders, fishing at Lake Godstone ™ (40 feet deep), our beaver pond and our crappie pond, campus-wide wifi, eight-person pontoon boat with trolling motor and Bimini and life jackets, a row boat, four canoes, seven kayaks, four pedal boats, two 6'x18' lake lily pads, a six-person UTV, four person UTV, four person golf cart, firewood at our 17 fire pits, six miles of all-weather road, tree house shelter, numerous picnic and small group meeting areas, ten primitive tent-sites, parking for 30 vehicles, water slide, three wildlife viewing stands, a bird view house, a children’s fenced playground, and a horse stall with small pasture, four washing machines and four dryers, and a commercial ice maker. In addition to renting individual housing venues our guests can also book exclusive use of all of the above and the pricing includes cleaning upon departure. 

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Lodge Video Walk-through

Lake Godstone Introductory Video (3 minutes) for Group Presentations