This is an older park that needs some maintenance. That said, the staff was very friendly and helpful. The park is just off a very busy freeway, but the noise level inside the rig was very quiet. This park is the closest one to downtown and is right on US287. This is not a vacation getaway park, but if I am coming through Amarillo and need to stop over for a night or two, this would be the park I would choose. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. Interior roads are rough with lots of ruts. Hook ups were fine. Primarily permanent residents with a few pulling in for the night. Site was dirt and very uneven which made it difficult to level. The owner is friendly and helpful. The entrance isn't well marked so go slow when trying to find your way. Verizon cell and hotspot were strong and satellite was good. If in this area again, I will find another campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The full-page ad in the Good Sam Trailer Life Directory sold me on trying this place. When I first laid eyes on it, I was disappointed. It looks like it had paved roads and sites 50 years ago and it was left to crumble away from neglect. The sites sorely need some landscape touch up. But other than that, the front desk lady was very friendly and they had Internet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The first thing to note is that "Best" is in quotes even on the RV park's own sign. The park's roads are uneven, bumpy, and narrow. We had to drive over the front part of the sites on the left to swing wide enough to get into our assigned site. The WiFi is sketchy. It worked well for my husband, but worked only sporadically for my iPad and laptop. There was a definite smell of manure when the sun was out. A lot of long term residents with ill-maintained RVs and barking dogs. On a positive note, the lady at the office is as friendly as could be, and it's pretty centrally located. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is with GS discount. OK for overnight stay, but park is another disappointment with Good Sam Parks lately. The staff is very friendly, knowledgeable, helpful, and genuinely glad you are there. The laundry room is large and clean. I didn’t the use showers, but they looked clean. Store is very nice and inviting. The rate was certainly inviting. Even though close to the highway, the noise wasn’t that bad. Power steady, Water 45PSI and Wi-Fi was fast and steady. Trains are infrequent and distant. However, this is where the good ends. The roads are horrible, slanted, pitted and potholed. The sites are worst, dirt and rock, not at all level. The park is about 90% full timers in old, patched and derelict RV’s. Trash just blows everywhere; no one bothers to pick it up. Not once did we see staff out picking up the trash or attempting to get the full timers to clean their areas up. Most sites have multiple vehicles parked at them; many of the vehicles look as bad as the trailers. Most of the units appear to be roughneck type workers, a few with families. You cannot really walk around here; because the roads are too rough, too steep. Neighborhood is not one that encourages roaming. Very surprised to find this park in this condition. We stayed here because it is listed as belonging to the Tom Sizemore RV dealership which is a very clean, professional dealership. We would probably look for somewhere else to stay next time in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We paid the weekly rate. It was a bargain for a good park. It is terraced and we were concerned about getting into the pull through site, but it turned out to be no problem. Electricity and water was good as was the Wi-Fi. It turned out to be a good location for the 10 days we were in Amarillo. The hosts were very friendly and welcoming. In fact, the GPS was getting us there a weird way and host stayed on the phone with me and talked me in! Once the host saw me on the highway we were good to go! :) We will return! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Texan hospitality all the way; owners and "permanent" residents alike. Park is tiered. In one review I read it used to be a "drive-in" theater in a former life and honestly you can see it if you take a step back. Sites are fair sized. RV's park on semi-paved (needing reworked) pads. Front yards are grass. Most sites have a tree or two. Picnic tables are worn and in need of repair. Fire pits are metal drum type things and in unusable places. Roads are in desperate need of re-paving, graveling, etc. If highway noise is an issue, the park is right on 287 and you can hear it. One major kudo is that the laundry is a $1 paid in the office, and washers are clean. Wi-Fi was awesome the whole stay. Cell phone service was awesome as well. Our rate reflected the weekly daily rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a motor home pulling a trailer. The site was plenty long but very tight to maneuver out of due to a fence directly in front. The street corners were also very tight. The entrance from the street has 2 dips that will make a big rig drag bottom. Be very careful. There is a nearby feed lot that will run you inside when the wind is from the west. The pads were dirt and level, the staff was friendly and helpful. It had just rained when we were here, so the dog runs were mud holes. The sewer hook ups are at the very rear of the sites, so bring an extra long sewer hose. Wi-Fi and cable were adequate. We will not stay here again due to the strong possibility of damage caused by the entrance area. It appears that the majority of the people in the park live here full time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The glowing reviews here are very puzzling. Now, WHO would write such inaccuracies? In reality, here is the good: shade, utilities. The bad: terrible roads, problematic tree limbs, numerous old permanent trailers, abundant dog waste, neighbors being loud after quiet time, many noisy early risers (5 a.m.), very close to the expressway. Probably would not stay here again, but if you're passing through and are really tired they DO have easy access from the highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I choose this park because reviews of others in the area mentioned noise from I-40. It turns out the park is near US-87 which is also a controlled access highway. The noise wasn’t awful, just always there. The biggest problem is getting to the park. It isn’t the managements fault. Don’t trust your GPSR, call for directions. Get off US-87 at 24th Street, turn left across the bridge and left again on the feeder road and be alert for the entrance. If you pass the drive-in theater, you have gone too far. As for the park itself. The roads and sites are gravel. There are a lot of long term tenants. I consider the park as good for an overnight stay. He staff was friendly. The price reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park with lots of amenities. We stayed for three days. The management was friendly and helpful. It would be a 10, except that we were parked right under the Wi-Fi and still got very weak signals. Level spots, good cable and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here with PA. It is a nice park, great for an overnight. Large sites, excellent hook-ups and very convenient as it is right near the I-40 and the Big Texan. We only stay the night, but would stay longer if our plans so dictated. We camped here in a Motorhome.
KOA park in Amarillo is EVERYTHING you want in an RV park: clean, excellent staff, modern and up to date. If and when we go back out west, Amarillo will definitely be one of our stops. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly staff. Wide sites. Many permanents in old rigs with lots of stuff around. Laundry is honor system and clean. Would rate much higher except for the roads. The posted 5 MPH speed limit is too high! Difficult to walk and even more difficult to drive. Be very careful with your fiver. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice older park. Site was a little unlevel but long. Managers were super nice. They put "reserved" cones on our site so late-comers wouldn't park there. Price reflects Good Sam discount. Good hookups. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a basic park. It is all gravelly with patches of grass and the roads are very rutted and uneven lots - made it difficult to maneuver around. It is on a hill. If there had been rain, I think it would be terrible. It was fine for a stopover, and the people were nice. We arrived late so they put out an orange cone for us to see the spot more easily. We were in late and out early, so I didn't use the restroom facilities. They did have areas to walk the dog. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We picked this campground rather than trying to stay on busy I-40. This location may be slightly quieter, but only slightly. How they can get away with advertising their resort as "quiet" is beyond me. It is right on busy 287. Not only that, the intersection to the north seems to attract lots of cars with loud boom boxes. The campground has many nice trees, however, many trees need pruning. We had to back out of our pull through site to avoid running into tree branches and managed to brush against branches of a different tree. On the plus side, the manager was friendly, there is a nice park across the street and an amusement park and a golf course are close by. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An older park located near down town on the north side of Amarillo. All pull-thrus with mature shade trees. No fancy landscaping and the interior roads could use some work, but a reasonably priced alternative to the more elaborate RV parks out on the Interstate. Located across the street from a large city park with golf, zoo, swimming pool and amusement park. Right on busy Highway 287, so expect some highway noise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed at this park several times over the years. I am always amazed how people exaggerate their experiences on this website. Yes, there is an airport nearby, but the plane traffic is so seldom it's hardly worth mentioning. The trains are to the north of the park and not the nuisance people would lead you to believe. They actually have grass here, not a paved parking lot; they escort you to your site and the staff is very helpful and friendly. We will continue to stay at this KOA whenever we are in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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This was an overnight stop that we picked because KOAs are generally a known quality. The restrooms were very clean and the general appearance was as nice as could be expected in Amarillo. However, trains passed by blowing their whistles about 1/4 mile away every 30 minutes. In addition, there were mosquitoes and an odor from a nearby cattle feedlot. The 2 person rates were also stupidly high in my opinion at $28 for a tent site with no hookups and $41 for water and electric. Full hookups were even higher. We will likely not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I am used to every KOA having a railroad track close by...and actually love the sound BUT, this place has an international airport 1/2 mile away and the planes taking off made having a conversation impossible...and then there were jets (air show type) practicing. Other than that, it was fine. I wouldn't stay there again, however. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We overnighted while en route to south Texas and overall had a pleasant experience. The staff were pleasant, helpful, and escorted us to our site. Facilities, pool, office, restroom/showers & laundry, were very good. Food, The Big Texan Steakhouse, and fuel, Pilot, were within 10 minutes. Sites were dirt/gravel, but level. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We also stayed here 2 years ago, and both times the service and park were great. Good location, family run, very efficient. The park is very clean, with nice wide and long pull throughs. We will be back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second stop here this year. The worker seem very happy and from check in to departure it was a pleasant experience. I have seen wider spots, but I have seen much narrower ones. Electric and water worked flawlessly. This place has the cleanest restrooms we have ever seen in a campground. It was crazy hot, but the pool was clean and relaxing. We weren't able to put our awning out due to the wind, but one has to expect it on the plains. We did the obligatory limo ride to the Big Texan. The girls in the office arranged it for us. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical KOA campground. Very clean and easy to maneuver RV around. We drove in from from Dallas at about 9 pm. Late check in was easy - even without a reservation. Check-in paper work only has one code for Wi-Fi. If you need to get two computers or iPads on the internet you will have to get another code from the office. We didn't stay the whole night because of the train. By 5am the wife and I were tired of being woke up by the blowing train horn. It sounds like it is right by the campground, but it is actually across on the other side of I-40. It is very loud; especially, if you aren't used to train horns. We wouldn't stay here again. Need a quieter place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a good pull through site, nice grassy areas, nice pull in area for check-in. We never felt unsafe as someone had posted. A limo came to pick us up for the Texan Steakhouse, and was set up painlessly at the front office. Good voltage and good cable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Despite the earlier review, we had a great stay here. We felt very safe for our three day stay and we had three grandkids with us. There is always very friendly staff working around the park. They just remodeled the pool and the kids had a blast. The bath houses are super clean and the store is well stocked. We will be returning in in a week on our way home. Thanks to all the staff for a great stay! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is horrible, noisy, dusty and not safe. This is a big dirt lot with not many trees for shade or protection from the wind. It's located next to an airport and next to train rails. Between the trains and planes good luck getting some rest. The wind is not blocked by anything and was pushing in one of our slides. So your camper is constantly sandblasted by the wind and sand. To add insult to injury our tow vehicle was robbed while parked at the campground, and we were inside napping. They popped the lock and stole approximately $2k in camera gear. You couldn't pay us to stay here ever again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice interior roads, long spaces, but tightly packed in. Nice, efficient staff, nice pool area. Good Wi-Fi & cable. Lots of area to walk dog, plus a small Kamp K9. Little bit of plane noise. Close to fun stuff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They are a fairly new campground, run by a really nice family. Very friendly and helpful. Clean, well kept. The campground itself is pretty basic with gravel sites, one right after another, side by side. Grass surround with a picnic table (no fire rings). Young trees, and it's Amarillo, so windy - but it did put on a spectacular sunset for us! Easy in and out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were pleased with this park from arrival to departure. The staff were pleasant and helpful. It is an older, but well kept park. The bathrooms/showers were spotless. The sites were plenty long, but typical "close to your neighbor." That is in most parks, but we had plenty of room on both sides for our slides. Reading a previous post I wonder if they stayed at the same place. It is far from horrible and I felt safe at all times. Winds are expected on the plains and dust happens at any park in a drought. We saw trains in the distance; but noted them being loud, but I suppose a strong wind from that direction may change that. The airport was close, but seemed to be closed at night. We'll definitely be back on our way home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, well maintained, typical KOA park. It is located between the airport and a railroad track, so it can be somewhat noisy, but not a serious issue for us. However, it is a wide open park, and was very windy and dusty. Located on the east side of Amarillo, it is close to the interstate, and access to attractions is quite convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Parked here as an over night stay on a cross country trip. Staff very friendly and helpful. Sites level, all utilities worked properly. Nice enclosed dog run which we always appreciated. Did not use the rest rooms or laundry so can not comment. Nice store with supplies and collectible items. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here many times for an overnight stop. Staff is super friendly. Has a nice stocked store for RV needs as well as gifts and collectibles. Sites are gravel. We stayed in a pull through. Some sites are wider so when making reservations, please make sure you select correctly. Even though our site was gravel, we got lucky and got a level spot and didn't have to level at all. One negative is that it is right next to the airport and train tracks so you hear both all the time. Has a fenced in dog park but it has no grass and did have waste that other people had not cleaned. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good "overnight" park. It is easy to get in and out of and the staff is friendly. We have stayed here several times and will stay here when we spend the night at Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very good park all around. Good cable TV, Wi-Fi and attitude. Gravel site floors are fine and level. We had a back in vs a pull through which we prefer: but were a bit late in calling. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly service. Two sanitary stations, one older and one newer. Both very good, both clean. Internet and cable worked fine. A rather industrial feeling area of town. Near the trains, which seemed to run quite often. Also near airport but we only heard one plane. Neither of these really bothered us (a train every few hours is no worse than constant road noise!). Rate reflects KOA discount. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
A better-than-average KOA. It is roomy with fairly level gravel sites. I was a late-arrival, early-departure overnighter. The late-arrival materials they provide are better than many I've seen. There is a railroad nearby, which wasn't too bad. The campground is right up against the airport, but it also wasn't too bad. (Disclaimer: It's hard for me to judge this, because I'm a pilot and airplane noise is like music to me). I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I stayed here for 2 days. Campground elevation is 3,735 feet. Maneuvering my 40 footer towing a dinghy in the park was no problem. Roads, sites and patio are all gravel. Site spacing is good. Pull through sites hold a 40 foot motorhome and tow. My site 85 offered 30/50 amp service & full hookups. Wi-Fi and Cable were included in daily rate. I was able to receive AT&T Wireless G3 Internet & Cellular service. I received Dish Network 110/119 Satellite TV from dish on roof of motorhome. Campground is pet friendly. WalMart and major grocery are 6 miles away. I am unable to comment on other amenities due to not using them. Campground is between the airport and railroad tracks. Plane noise during the day and train noise both day and night. It can be dusty at times. Other than these two things, this is not a bad place to stay. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was adequate for an overnight stay. It is a bit off the beaten path, but not too difficult to find. The roads have developed some potholes after the recent snows and rain, but easy to maneuver around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an OK place, nothing great, but a good spot when traveling. It's about 3 miles from 1-40, exit 75 and easy to find. Plenty of gas stations right off the highway. The staff at the KOA is friendly at check-in. Pull-through sites are level, gravel and long enough for our motorhome and car. Our site was narrow, but with sufficient room for our slideouts and a little room for table and chairs. Could use some cleaning and raking. Very little shade, some scruffy looking trees scattered about. Good services, 50 AMP, water, sewer, cable TV & Wi-Fi. It's not very quiet..traffic, train and airplane noise all the time. It's a good place to stay if visiting the sights in and around Amarillo. We stayed here for 2 days on our way back east..this is OK for overnight night, that's the best I can say. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent campground; friendly staff; 2 clean bath houses, large store, just a few miles from expressway but less than 5 miles to Wal-Mart, the Big Texan & Quarter Horse Museum. Only place we'll ever stay in Amarillo. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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We stayed three days and found it to be a so-so campground that is way overpriced. The rate was for KOA members. The cable connection kept cutting out and the Wi-Fi was almost non-existent. There were shade trees, but the park was pretty much forgettable. We would not come back to this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a perfect place to stay overnight. Very quiet. The ladies in the front office are very nice. They will arrange anything you would like to do. They will also tell you secrets like getting you a limo to the Texan etc. This place is very very clean. Every morning there was someone cleaning something. I would use this place again and again. The store also has the best salsa in Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice KOA, well-maintained with a friendly staff. There is not much shade, but that's good for satellite reception. My main complaint is that the sites are narrow. We had to pull around a second time to get centered in the site so we could safely extend our slides. The problem wasn't being too close to the site next to us, it was how to avoid the trees, on one side, and utility posts on the other. Once situated, it was fine. It was 106 degrees and the wind was brutal while we were here. We finally pulled in our street-side slide to keep the slide awning from being torn off. The site is quiet and located away from the hustle and bustle of the city. I will definitely stay here again, assuming, of course, that I have some reason to visit Amarillo in June. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great night stop. The shuttle to the Steak restaurant was definitely a plus. Friendly staff. Every campground should have a dog park like this. After a long drive, the pool was a welcome retreat. We definitely would recommend this CG. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were pleased to be greeted by a chalkboard with our name on it, welcoming us to this KOA. The check-in was smooth and speedy, as the front office is very well-staffed (3 behind desk, and 2 or 3 guiding guests to spots). The restrooms/showers are new, large, and very clean. WiFi is fast. The pool is sparkling, with plenty of lounge chairs. The store is well-stocked; it has gifts, groceries, RV supplies, and even beer/wine. We especially loved the rabbits wandering and lounging around the campground. Only downsides are the few questionable-looking residences just outside the park's entrance, and some of the sites are pretty tight together. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here before and will stay here again. The check in staff was very friendly and informative. After check in a staffer escorted us to our large pull through space and even offered to help me hook up. This park is very near the Amarillo airport but there is virtually no air traffic after nightfall. There is a railroad track nearby but it is far enough away that it not a big deal. The big tourist draw around here is the Big Texan Steakhouse. The steakhouse will send their free limo to your space to pick you up for dinner, cool. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed camping here, friendly hosts and a very clean park. We enjoyed the free shuttle to and from the Big Texan. Visited the nearby Palo Duro State Park which was beautiful. The hosts pointed out many points of interest for us to see. We will be coming back in the summer to see the outdoor play Texas and will stay here on that visit as well, already have our return reservation. Very enjoyable stay, nice friendly hosts and great amenities. Even their Wi-Fi worked better than any other park we have stayed at. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great stay, very friendly camp hosts who made us feel very welcome. Excellent, clean restrooms and grounds. Easy access into and out of the park itself and the site we occupied, we are almost forty feet long with a tow vehicle. We would definitely stay here again and not return to some of the other Amarillo parks we have tried before. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large entryway. Good roads to sites. Friendly and helpful staff. Wide sites. Nice pet area. Nice gift store. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Decent place. We stayed on 2 overnight stops. Be aware that it's sandwiched between the airport on one side & very active railroad tracks about 1/4 mile away on the other. Airport wasn't an issue since they stopped flying around 9pm & started back up around 6:30am. Heard trains around 2-3 times during the night; if you're a light sleeper this is probably not the best place. Playground equipment was pretty minimal for the kids, and it had a doggie play area that looked pretty nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice KOA. A few miles from I-40, but easy to find. Caution this park is at the end of the runway for the airport. Planes stopped running after 10:00 pm. Also near to the railroad. They did not stop running. All in all, very well maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Like most KOAs the sites here were fairly narrow but they accommodated our rig with 4 slides fine. The staff was friendly and helpful; all facilities and pool were very clean. An unexpected touch was the menu for salads and sandwiches that, once ordered, were delivered to your rig. We enjoyed watching the B52s practicing touch and goes at the airport nearby. Noise from the airport was not a problem at night; however, the trains did start running and blowing their horns fairly early. This was a good place to stay when passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly and clean park. Roads & sites are gravel but level. Campground is near airport, but not much air traffic or noise on our stay. The Office, community room, laundry, and restrooms very clean. Very nice pool and very clean grounds. The local Big Texan has a limo that drives through to allow campers access without driving. Stayed only one night, but would definitely return but stay at least two days. This is a rural park, but very clean & friendly We camped here in a Motorhome.
I rate this park quite high because it met all my requirements for an overnight stay. Easy access, no need to disconnect the toad, good services, and friendly staff. Nice, wide sites and easy turns makes for a trouble-free experience. All gravel roads and sites. First time I ever saw jackrabbits! I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed overnight here a few years before and returned based on that stay. Was here for 4 nights and enjoyed it. WiFi worked well, clean park, friendly staff, great pool. Campground is next to the airport but not many flights and being inside with the a/c running didn't hear anything. Summer staff could be a bit more familiar with the attractions in the area, but other than that enjoyed our stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice campground, well manicured, easy distance from interstate. Lots of space for dogs to walk. WiFi worked well. Airport is right behind the campground but not many flights per day and the A/C is on all the time anyway with 100 degree temps. Nice lady in visitor info center at exit 76 told us about English Field restaurant at the airport for breakfast. Very good. Would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great stay in Amarillo! We've stayed at another park two years ago and it was terrible. This park was a GREAT surprise! It has grass! They have a good amount of space to walk dogs. We ordered the pizza based on one of the recommendations on this site. Don't do that. The restrooms were clean, the hosts were nice, and the WiFi worked great. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Enjoyable week-long stay: it was clean, friendly, quiet, and an enjoyable place out in the country. The park owners and staff were very friendly. Very easy park to negotiate both in entering and also in sitting. New cable TV system which is great for those days when we wanted to sit back, watch TV and relax. We were here before, in Dec 2008: enjoyed grass and flowers this time around. Staff is very friendly and the Kafe is great for suppers. Has a very nice, enclosed dog run which our dog enjoyed. If in the area again, definitely will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A nice park on the eastern side of Amarillo. The staff was friendly and accommodating. The site was possible the most level I have ever had. It is next to the airport but since we only stayed overnight we never heard any flights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our nightly rate included an additional charge because we are traveling with our dog. This campground is one of our favorites so far. The staff who greeted us when we arrived were extremely friendly and helpful. They have a great playground for the kids, and even a little playground for dogs. Our Wi-Fi worked well and we had everything we needed. We even ordered pizza from the office, which they delivered right to our RV, and it was delicious. Even though we were close enough to see the trains going by, we didn't hear them at all. We did hear a few planes overhead at about 10:30 p.m., but other than that, there was no trouble with noise at all. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is about 10 miles off of I-40. The people couldn't have been nicer in the office. They told me there's a restaurant that will pick a guest up and bring them back at no cost. They had a well-stocked store, and a very polite gentleman escorted me to my site. One of the gentlemen in the store even checked my tail light bulb to see if he had the right one in stock. They have a dog "playground" that is fenced--for little dogs, really. They have big open fields where I could take my lab to play ball and get rid him of his energy. The Wi-Fi is GREAT. Amarillo is Amarillo, there are trains, ranches, cows, and yes, a small air field in back of the campground. I like a campground that has things to watch so it doesn't bother me, and the noise doesn't bother me, either. There's a cold wind from the north blowing so I'm content with a sunny site. I'd recommend this park for overnight if you're traveling I-40. In fact, I'm staying an extra night to give myself a rest from driving in the wind and the washboard that is Oklahoma I-40. I'm also staying because my pup likes it here. It's not a destination campground so has to be judged a little differently--it meets all my requirements as a stop over while traveling I-40. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We arrived late at this KOA and found the majority of sites blocked by snow leaving only a few back-ins usable. There was a nice note stating that if you got stuck it was your problem. After this less than great beginning we were able to get our smallish class C into a site and waded around through the snow to hookup. The restrooms were clean enough but the heat was either off or inadequate because the rooms were quite cold. We headed out around 9:30 the next morning and there was a sign on the closed office stating that they opened at 9:00. We went on our way without seeing a single human being during the stay. I realize that snow can be difficult to deal with but if a park isn't going to make an effort to make the sites usable it would be better to close. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy to find from Hwy 40. Check-in was a breeze. You will hear the train often during the day and night. Cabin was clean and close to the restrooms and showers. We were tired from a long day of travel. They offered pizza at a reasonable price and even offered to deliver it to our cabin. It saved us from getting out that night during bad weather. We were on a motorcycle. Price reflects the extra $10.00 pet fee. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
The campground is on the outskirts of the city and well off the highway. Even so, the location was very noisy due to nearby trains, an airport, and what sounded like stock car racing during the evening. The pull through sites were quite close together but there was more spacing between the back-in sites where we stayed. There is little shade. The restroom/shower building was very clean and quite spacious. Staff were very friendly and welcoming. This was our second stay here and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground was very clean and new. The staff was nice. We reserved 50 amp service but it was locked out when we arrived late so we had to use 30 amp service. The playground and dog area was great. The bathrooms and washer/dryer areas were new and very clean. The pool was small but clean and nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are very clean restrooms and nice staff. The camp sites were small, and many did not have shade of any kind. The noise level was really bad, at night, from nearby airport, interstate, and train. It was very difficult to get any sleep. It is VERY windy. One has to drive past several seedy-looking houses to get to the campground. The turns are very clearly marked to get to the site from I-40. There is a store on-site, but it seemed over-priced. Overall, we would not stay here again. We camped here in a Tent.
A nice park well off the major highways and easy to get to. But, as others have noted, it is adjacent to the airport and a short distance from the rail line. The airport is not a major hub so traffic is minimum. Two or three times one day military jets screamed by but the airport apparently shuts down at night so there was no night traffic that disturbed us. And the very few low moans of train whistles in the distance brought back pleasant childhood memories. The sites were grass or gravel and level. TV was strange in that a limited cable system did not carry any of the local channels (ABC, CBS, NBC). Then when I switched to the antenna for local channels I lost all cable channels. WiFi signal was strong and constant. There is a special restroom and shower for handicapped but you have to ask for the code to get in. The staff were friendly and helpful. The restrooms were clean. Rabbits freely roam the campsites and did not seem to be bothered by humans. The staff may suggest dinner at the Big Texan, home of the “free” 72 oz. steak and a great place to eat, but be prepared for a minimum tab of $25+ per person. All in all, a nice place for a short stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground is near an airport and there are train tracks that run by. I would have rated it higher except for this. It was convenient to the highway. Had friendly staff. We enjoyed sitting out watching the rabbits and prairie dogs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A typical KOA, clean and well laid out, friendly staff, level sites, dog run etc. We enjoyed the limo ride to the Big Texan and really did not notice excessive road noise and only a couple of A/C on approach but is really not an issue for us. We will stay here again on the return trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was an easy stop right of off the high way. However, you have to contend with a lot of road noise that does not die down. Also, you are right at the end of an airport runway. The planes stop sometime after 10pm but start right up again around 6am. We were also kept awake by the constant noise of trains. On a good note, the WiFi service was good here and the staff was very friendly and helpful. If given a choice, I would not stop here again due to all the noise pollution. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 7 / 10 ]
We stayed there three days while visiting friends. The staff was very helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Enjoyable stay - rate included tax and was for a weekly rate of $203 - enjoyable place out in the country. We enjoyed watching the helicopters flying in and out of the airport across the way. The park owners were very friendly and the park was quiet. A very nice enclosed dog run which our dog enjoyed very much. The dog had not seen jack rabbits before so all 8 lbs of her wasn't sure about them, so enjoyed the fence between her and them in the dog run. Very easy park to negotiate both in entering and also in siting. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall a very nice campground just outside of town. We stayed one night. It was easy to find. We didn't get to talk to the staff because we arrived late and left early, but they left very good instructions for finding our site. They had a lot of rain and roads were muddy. But our site was grass. The campground was next to airport but we didn't hear any noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient off the interstate for an overnight stay. We called for a site and arrived late after the office had closed, but they had all our information ready and waiting for us when we got there. Plenty of room for out 34 foot motorhome and 16 foot trailer. Office staff were very courteous. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level sites a little close together. Small dog park. Convenient to Amarillo sites. Friendly people at check in. Our surge protector shut off the electric and the maintenance person said they didn't have surges in the area. Not sure if we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was nice stop-over for our two week trip to the northern US. Campsites are very level, and the restrooms were in really nice shape. Pool was nice break from the 100 degree weather! The trip to the campground was a little interesting, in that you have to pass a few "adult entertainment" venues, so we needed to explain what "XXX" meant to the kids. That was fun!! Overall, I would stay there again for a short visit. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here for 3 nights. Found it a very nice place. The first night the lady in the office said we should go to the Texas steak house to eat and called for a limo to come pick us up. It is part of the steak house service. It was fun. The park is located right off the highway so it was easy getting on and off to go sight seeing. Didn't hear any traffic. Park is clean and well taken care of We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Over priced!! There are better campgrounds in the area cheaper. You are in a large field located on the back side of the airport. So planes start leaving at 7:00 in the morning. The trains also run all night. There is no traffic noise though since you are away from the highway. But my main complaint is the cost. I just booked a resort located on the other side of town for $33 a night that includes free laundry and adult spa etc. I think you get the point!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Over priced compared to other 10 KOA campgrounds I have stayed at which averaged 27$. Forced to pay for 5 gallons propane when only needed 2.5 and was mis-led by attendant who stated "you probably wont need to get 5 gallons" at time of fill. De-meaning attitudes. Will not camp hear again and will post my review on all RV forums. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A clean, well kept park convenient to I-40 (about 2 miles off the interstate). Good hookups and level sites. The cable reception wasn't very clear, but the WiFi was good. They have a well-stocked and classy little convenience store on site. Although the park is located in an acceptable area (near an open field), you will drive by numerous XXX establishments on your way there. However, don't get the impression that it's an inner city setting, because it's not like that at all. Be prepared for wind! I give it a 7 instead of an 8 because it is overpriced compared to similarly good KOA's that I've seen. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I oftentimes check out the reviews just to see what campgrounds sound like wonderful places to visit! We've stayed at some wonderful campgrounds thanks to this website! I noted the recent particularly negative review (Jan 2008), about the Amarillo KOA & I haven't left a recent post on it, so now I am. We have stayed at this park every August on our way to & from northern New Mexico. Yes, you have to pass by a mobile home park & fields to get there & there is occasional airplane & train sounds (from a distance), but those are the only negatives that I can think of! During our last stay this past August, their sewer system had been accidentally damaged by someone, in another area digging into the city's sewer line, thus affecting the KOA park. They were decreasing the campers fee to compensate for the inconvience & allowing campers to empty their gray water tanks, just not black water. They were very apologetic about the situation & I'm sure by now, the city has fixed the mishap. The staff is very friendly & goes over & beyond in making campers stay pleasant. They also escort you to your site & stay around to make sure your pleased. We did see the cute hayride wagon loaded with campers & it was darling! The park also furnishes cute little cycles to ride around the park in. Their pool is immaculate (I know, I'm an avid swimmer) & their gift shop is darling! Their grocery area in the office is very well stocked & reasonably priced. The cable & wifi work well & wonderful cookies are given out at registration. The campground is very clean & pretty much quiet! Will we go back there? Absolutely! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly staff. They gave us free cookies at check-in. They had a hayride for guests that was really cute. Good wi-fi (a little slow at times), not too many cable channels. Clean campground, level sites. Great overnight spot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I compare KOAs to McDonalds - you pretty much know exactly what you are going to get. This campground was clean, the store very well stocked and the pool area great after a long day's drive. WiFi worked very well but the cable TV was a little iffy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Drive to park makes for nice surprise once there. Staff is friendly, helpful. Park is clean and well cared for. Store has great gifts, food items. Pool just opened was crystal clear. They were putting in either new or more cabins which were very nice. Laundry clean, game room, nice. Next door an airport but not too overwhelming. If you like military planes you can see a few landing and taking off. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice staff that were helpful getting us a ride to the Big Tex, limo with horns on the front. Campground is close to the airport, not busy but occasional noise. Big dip when coming off of the main road, had to work the angles to not scrape. Sites were gravel and level, no trees where the pull thrus are. Pricey for what was there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An older KOA but lots of wide-open space around the park and clean restrooms/showers. Decent wifi and cable. Nice owners. Funny feature is that there's a pack of wild jackrabbits that live near the pet walk area. My dog thought they were the weirdest looking "dogs" she'd ever seen hopping around and such! Even though the park is adjacent to the airport land, there is virtually no planes at night so it's quiet (but during the day, there can be an occasional military or commercial jet). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This KOA is a nice park to stay overnight. There is a little train noise. During the day you can hear some airport nice, but there is no airport noise at night. The playground is not as thrilling that most kids dream about. The pull-thru have no shade, but the back-ins do have some shade. None the less this is a nice park to stay overnight. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Two-miles off I -40 so it was quiet. Level gravel sites, with picnic tables on grass. Excellent restrooms and showers. Free Wifi and cable tv. Pool was closed for winter; game room, playground, basketball court, nice gift shop. Staff was friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is located near the Amarillo airport where the other Amarillo RV parks are located too. The park staff is very friendly and the WIFI worked great. The Big Texas Restaurant nearby will pick you up in a limo (with longhorns on the hood) at the KOA for free. This was alot of fun and I would recommend the experience for anyone visiting Amarillo. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean sites, older KOA. Main drawback was the area where it was located in Amarillo. The area looked run down. Some noise from the airport, but not unbearable. I appreicated all of the signs posted to warn customers of potential bad weather in the area. Very comforting touch. There are nicer RV parks in this area, but it seems to be one of the most family friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. There's a lot to do, with a pool, mini-golf, a diner area, and many friendly people. Most sites are at least partially shaded. The other review here mentioned that this would be a good destination RV park. I found that hard to believe, but now we'd like to go back to spend a weekend. It's that nice, and Amarillo seems like it has some things to do as well. There's a dragstrip a couple of miles away.
This place is very well run by an energetic young couple. The only thing that detracts (and earns a 9 rating rather than a 10) is that there are no trash bins around. You leave your trash outside, and they come around and pick that up. While that's somewhat convenient, it's also a bit smelly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This was an excellent park. We were coming back from Taos NM and spent 1 night here. The pool was wonderful for the kids. The rest rooms were clean. This park is a couple of miles from the interstate but easy to find and worth the drive. It is easy to get to and quiet. The store was wonderful and they had a dinner wagon if you want. We chose to go to the Big Texan which is right down the road. It was excellent too. We are planning on returning and making Amarillo our destination because we liked the place so well. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an average RV park needing cosmetic updates to the parking sites. The sites are gravel and overgrown with weeds. The only well-kept grass surrounds the office. As a result, the overall looks of the park are lacking, it's just not very pretty to look at. The staff were very nice and we enjoyed the escort to our site. The cable tv very good and has plenty of channels. The internet is terrible as it is hard to access and drops out once you get on. There is only one wi-fi access point. We didn't use the showers, restrooms or indoor pool or spa. If we come back to Amarillo we would be tempted to try a different park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pea gravel parking, paved streets, limited shade. Very nice staff and escorted to site. Easy off freeway. Spotless and exceptionally clean and well cared for. Ice cream social on 4th of July for guests. Inside pool, spa and sauna. Next door to a Splash World--would be great for kids. Lots of permanent campers, trailers. We heard some freeway noise but from inside motorhome, no noise. All grounds very well cared for.large check in office . Strong wifi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good choice for pull-thru if you are traveling - easy access from I-40 but right next to interstate and a bit of noise but not terrible. I would guess half the campers were just there one night but several appear permanent. Folks are very friendly and helpful, escort you to site, well maintained and neat. We stayed both ways on trip out west. Be careful of campgrounds in Amarillo - there are a lot of feed lots, railroads, and airports, and apparently land is cheap next to those. This was the best location I could find to avoid that. We would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nightly rate does not include the 10% Good Sams discount. We have stayed at this park several times in the last couple of years. The staff were very friendly and offered to help in any way they could. The park office and pool appeared to be very clean. The Wi-Fi was terrible. We finally just gave up using it. The staff readily admits that the system needs to be updated due to the increase usage in the park. We believe the park is really starting to show it's age. The grass hadn't been touched in quite a while it seemed. This park is good for a one night stay because of the great on and off location to the interstate. We were in Site 118B. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here twice in the last month. It is very convenient to the interstate, shopping and anything else you might need to do while in Amarillo. They take you to your spot which is necessary due to the setup of the park. The park is a good place for a one night or short stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We checked in and found the hosts to be very cordial. We were guided to our site and the gentleman stayed to be sure we could hook up okay. Some traffic noise but we ran the a/c and didn't mind it. Voltage was marginal according to our meter as everyone was running the a/c in the Texas heat. Water pressure was good. Not a lot of shade or grass, but this is an arid part of Texas. Somewhat unusual layout as this probably was formerly a mobile home park, but no problem getting in or out. Coffee and donuts in the morning! We stayed overnight going north and coming back south and will certainly come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Contrary to a previous review, there is no “rally” site area here. There is an area used for overnighters and serves that purpose well. The park is convenient to the I-40. Easy check-in and you are escorted to your site. There is some road noise, but it wasn't that noticeable inside the RV. The pea-gravel parking spots are level and handle big rigs easily. The rest of the CG is similar, but with grass, some trees, and space between sites. Nearby you will find plenty of restaurants, a couple of truck stops, Walmart, and shopping areas. The check-in building is large. There is a TV viewing and reading area with some tables, as well as a nice sized indoor pool. The WiFi wasn't blazing speed, but it was a solid connection. Voltage was good with two A/Cs running. The water pressure was a bit high at 80psi. Verizon 4G cell service and plenty of cable channels. The rate is with three people and with one of three offered discounts which are AAA, military, and Good Sam discounts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We made reservations here months ago and asked for a pullthru site. We arrived early afternoon and were put in what I would consider a rally field . The system here seems to be -give out the crappy sites first and give the late arrivals the good sites even if they are only overnighting. We spent a week in the worst site in the place so will never come back. We had to back out of our "pullthru " because of the ridiculous layout they have. It could be a nice place but it isn't now. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great location for touring the Amarillo area. The restrooms and showers were the cleanest I've seen for a long time. I will stay here again, but not for a long time as there is no shade in the short term parking area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park but close to the expressway. We had the air on so we could not even hear any traffic. We pulled in our site and got right on the shuttle to the Big Texan. This was an awesome benefit. We were only staying for 1 night so we did not unhook. The Wi-Fi did not seem to be working. The showers are very nice with full doors and a changing area. They also provide coffee and donuts in the morning which tasted very good. The price reflects 2 adults and 2 teens with a 10% Good Sam or AAA discount. We would definitely stay here again and hopefully take advantage of the indoor pool. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is based on monthly stay. We will never stay here again. Check-in was a nightmare. They screwed up our reservation. I spoke with five people over the course of three days in order to get it straightened out. During that time, I overheard two other people discussing the problems they had with their reservations. When we were led to our site, there was no table. We asked for a table and were told that they don't have enough tables to go around but that they would get us a table as soon as possible. We were there for a month and never got a table. However, across from us was an area for overnighters, and those sites all had tables. I understand they have no control over the weather, but I have to let you know what to expect: high winds and dirt flying everywhere. The good things about this campground: a nice indoor pool with a hot tub, very nice clubhouse, and a clean laundry with four washers and four dryers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is based on monthly stay. We will never stay here again. Check in was a nightmare. They screwed up our reservation. I spoke with five people over the course of three days in order to get it straightened out. During that time, I overheard two other people discussing the problems they had with their reservations. When we were led to our site, there was no table. We asked for a table and were told that they don't have enough tables to go around but that they would get us a table as soon as possible. We were there for a month and never got a table. However, across from us was an area for overnighters, and those sites all had tables. I understand they have no control over the weather, but I have to let you know what to expect: high winds and dirt flying everywhere. The good things about this campground: a nice indoor pool with a hot tub, very nice clubhouse, and a clean laundry with four washers and four dryers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I've stayed here twice now. Nice staff. Love the pickup and delivery service to go to the Texas steakhouse. Small park and quiet. Close to the interstate but didn't hear any traffic. Easy to get to from I-40. I would go back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was friendly and very helpful. Grabbed the shuttle to Texas Steak House. There are better steaks in town, but we came in late in the day and did not unhook for early departure so it was nice to have a shuttle even though the food was mediocre. The park is easy to maneuver, however, the curbing is a bit much and should be redone. Okay for an overnight. Nothing scenic here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Spent one night here. On the edge of town coming from the east on 40. Just past the Big Texan Steak Ranch. Free shuttle to and from the steak house. Large park with full hook ups. Gravel sites but level. We were put in a kind of inner circle with no grass or tables. Would want another spot if staying more than over night. Some road noise from highway, not bad. Pretty close to an Air Force base I think, we had 4 jets take off right over us as we were hooking up. Did not notice any other activity. The steak house looked like a tourist trap as we drove by and we were going to skip it but thought we could check it out. We decided to walk, about 1.5 miles or so, since the weather was nice. It is a gimmicky place but the food was excellent. Our steak was done to our liking and was full of flavor. Prices were reasonable. Glad we went. Caught the shuttle back to the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Adjacent to I-40, the RV Park was easy to find. Park personnel guided us to our space which was large and adequate for our 40 ft. RV and tow. Each site had modern service pedestals. We would definitely use them again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here because of its easy on and off to Interstate 40 and its close proximity to a Freightliner Oasis where we were having some work done. The paved road in and around the park is rough but there are no tight turns. Their 50 amp full hook-up pull-thrus in front is a large gravel area where the biggest of rigs and toads can easily pull in and out. You might find it hard to level in some of these sites which all seem to be rear wheels low, making it hard for us diesel pushers to lift our rear end. There are a few trees in this area so let them know at the office and they will get you a space with an open sky for your satellite. Free Wi-Fi worked well as did our Sprint phone and 3G. Bathrooms, laundry, and indoor pool were all clean and well kept. Staff was very friendly and helpful. There is some road noise but it was not intrusive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our go-to place to stay in Amarillo. We like the park and the facilities. Utilities are well-located, in good shape, and all worked well. Lots of info available in the office and staff is very helpful. Visited Palo Duro Canyon this time (got Cadillac Ranch last visit), and a MUST for us is dinner at the Big Texan. Due to the bad storms north of us, we stayed an extra 2 days which gave us time to enjoy the breakfast buffet at the Big Texan. Yum! Great location. Will definitely stay again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park right on I-40. This is the third time we have stayed here. Good Sam rate has increased to $33.30 per night for level gravel full hookup sites. Escorted to site by very friendly staff. Free WiFi and good cell service. They also offer free shuttle to Big Texan Steak House. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Decent overnight park. The sites at the front of the park are for daily stays. The sites in the back are long term or permanent. Sites are gravel and parking pads are hard packed. Easy to pull in and not have to unhook the tow car. A limo from the popular steak house up the road will come and pick you up at your RV for free if you desire to eat there. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When we arrived at this park at 5 pm. The spot we were assigned did not have any electric power. We were moved to another spot. That spot did not have any water. There was a leak in the park and water service did resume after 9pm. We were never able to access the WiFi (the office said it was "complementary" when we complained). We tried to call the after hours emergency number to report the water outage and it did not work, either. There was only one operational shower in the Women's Room, and we all had to wait in line to use it. The other two showers appeared to be in the remodeling stage. After an argument, we did receive a refund for our stay. After all, if we wanted to park without water, power or WiFi, we could have parked at a Walmart. While we understand that these things were out of the control of the park, they still made our stay miserable and the argument over a refund at the front desk made it even worse. We will not return to this park at all. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Right off I-40 on the east side of the city, one mile from the Big Texan Steak Ranch. Park very nicely maintained with paved interior roads. Rest of park is all gravel/rock with the sites being level and long. The overnight sites are a little closer together, but overall they have ample room. Wi-Fi is free and worked fine during our stay. Road noise is present but not an issue. Staff was very friendly and provided an escort to site. Highly recommend for an overnight stay or an extended stop in Amarillo. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very close to highway, but noise is not too bad. Nice level sites, good hookups, Wi-Fi and cable. Free limo service to the Big Texan Steak Ranch which is just down the road. Great steak dinner and nice ambiance and if you can eat a 72oz steak it is free! We would stay here again just to go to the steak ranch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this park for a quick overnight stop, in after closing/out before opening, which led to some problems. Friendly and efficient reservation over the phone. We had the same problem others have had when exiting I-40 from the west. You need to NOT exit at Eastern Street, exit 73 despite what your GPS says, but go on to the next exit, #74 and double back on the service road. The written directions to my pull through site mis-directed me to the wrong orientation and I had to find my way to the correct access in the dark. The pull through sites seem to be back ins that you reach by pulling through adjacent empty back in sites. OK for my purposes, but a Walmart parking lot may have been simpler. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites here are large, and that was very nice. They show you to your, site which is always helpful. If you are bothered by traffic noise from the highway, it is constant. I was very surprised that their indoor pool, sauna, and spa closed at the same time as the office which was 7 PM. No where on their web site did they give hours for these facilities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a park that advertises easy access from I40. This is the case IF you come from the right direction. We came in from the west and followed the GPS right through a neighborhood and by an elementary school letting out for the day. It was scary to say the least. The trick seems to be going one exit beyond the GPS recommended exit and backtracking, which is easy. It would have been nice to know that going in. That said, the park has good wi-fi, good cable and is easy to maneuver. It is good for a 1-2 night stay and now that we know how to enter it, we would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate noted is based on weekly stay. Park is very clean. Utilities were fine except for the cable connection which did not work at our site but we received all the major networks in hd using our antenna. Staff was friendly, they take you to your site. They have a nice heated indoor pool, but we did not use it. Close to I-40, but noise was not that bad. Take exit 74 off I-40 to avoid going through neighborhoods which is an easier drive into the park. At night you can hear a few train whistles but again not that bad. Fairly close to a Walmart. About 10 miles to Westgate Mall which is a big shopping area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great place to stay, paved roads , gravel sites, older park right of I-40, some noise, but not bothersome. We stayed here 4 days visiting relatives. Close and convenient to Walmart, Whataburger and the Big Texan. Will be here again soon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access to I 40 and well kept campground. Lots of seasonals, but clean and neat...no junk around. They do a booming overnight business, so reserve early. Free coffee and pastries bring in a big morning crowd in the very nice office/clubhouse. Sites big, level and good services. Very good cable TV. Most sites have a big concrete lip for drainage so go slow pulling in. Indoor pool and hot tub a bonus! Staff and manager are really great folks. We were broken down here for 4 nights and they couldn't have been nicer to us...even loaning us a floor jack to repair fifth wheel suspension. Limo comes through nightly for free transport to Big Texan steak house. This is the place to stay on I 40 in Amarillo. Thanks to all the staff for making our breakdown the best one yet! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park could be a 10 except for a few minor issues. The shower stalls do not have a curtain between the shower and dressing area. There is no mat in the dressing area. The hot tub was down for cleaning. I had asked when I called in that morning for a site if the hot tub was operational; the reply was “yes”. I should have asked if the hot tub will be filled with clean hot water when I want to use it. I was told at 2PM it would be ready in a couple of hours. It was still down at 6PM. They should do this maintenance in the AM if they want happy campers. The sauna was operational, but was no co-located with the pool area. It was by original design but some one messed that up by locking the door. Now you have to go from the sauna to the pool via the front office. There is some constant road noise from I-40, but not too bad if windows are closed. We stayed here specifically because of the limo service available to the Big Tex. We had eaten there some years back and I wanted another platter of Mountain Oysters. This time they were very small, like marbles. Must have been from miniature steers from some place other than Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second visit to this campground. Staff is great! Sites are level, gravel pull throughs for short term. Love the donuts & coffee for breakfast. Met another couple in the limo to the Texan to enjoy the evening with. Watched 3 guys try to eat the 72 oz steak. All failed! The limo runs to ALL RV parks & hotels in Amarillo. Would stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
People were very helpful ... we were getting in late and kept in touch with them. They waited an extra few minutes to help us get to our site. Dog area was great. Donuts and friendly conversation in the morning in the clubhouse was very welcome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Only stayed over night trying to stay ahead of storms causing flooding. Park very clean. Escorted to site. Level gravel site which was good because our legs did not sink into ground when we leveled up. Had been lots of rain. Electric and water excellent. We didn't hook up to sewerage. Staff professional and friendly. Stayed here in a 40' coach with tow vehicle. Site long enough to leave tow vehicle attached for quick departure in morning. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is convenient to the interstate though arrival is through an older residential neighborhood. It was quiet even though close to the highway. Spaces are large with plenty of room for larger rigs. There are two fenced dog play areas. The facilities were well maintained. We will stay again if passing through Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed our stay at this park. Stayed for 1 night on way home from Colorado. Staff was friendly and escorted us to our site. Sites were grass/gravel and were pretty level. Very nice dog walk area. Restrooms were clean with spacious shower areas. Only about a mile from The Big Texan Steak Ranch which was a good time. The Big Texan runs limos to this park every hour which is great if you don't want to unhitch. We will stay here again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not overly impressed with this park, but no major complaints. Our spot was just a connection in a gravel parking lot. Pool was nice, staff okay, quiet, but just adequate all the way around. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
So far, we are liking our stay here. The sites are large, although a few fifth wheel sites are not clearly defined. We have woken up twice with a new person within arms reach from our front door, when there is a lot of room around where you would think they could put people. There are many trees for a little shade which is great in this heat! The office staff is great, helpful. They offered to have a limo service pick us up to go to dinner. The Wi-fi is wonderful. The indoor pool is ok. The water is a bit murky and needs some repair. The playscape is great and safe, but could also use some easy basic repairs. The laundry room is small, four washers and dryers, but I was happy to have them to use. One dryer I used was not heating, so I told the staff and they put up an out of order sign and refunded me my $1 right away. I am glad we found this park and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a nice place, we were only going to stay one night but decided to stay another. We will be back and this time we will be smart enough to know not to eat at the Big Texan Steak House. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The office personnel very friendly and helpful. The restrooms and laundry room very, very clean, so the person doing the cleaning is excellent. However, there are only four washers and four dryers (very old) and there should be more for the size of this campground. The sites are long, dirt, and when it rained there was mainly just mud. The Wi-Fi and cable TV great. We probably would not stay here, again, due to all of the dust. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Very neat and clean place. Person who took my reservation over the phone was very attentive to my needs and help find the right spot for me. They have a great system of leaving your information for you if you arrive after hours (which I did). Park was immaculately clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
$29 with the GS discount. We have been here a few times before though only for one nighters. This time it was two nights due to weather. The place seems to be on the slow slide downwards though not bad yet. No tables, no firerings, Wi-Fi in the back, where the one nighters get put, was iffy, the odd layout of sites means that people drive everywhere so no grass. Side by side utility hookup with only one 30 and one 50 amp to share is a nuisance. We arrived first & took the 50amp, primarily to power electric heaters since we were experiencing record cold. The big class A which arrived next to us on the second day was not happy about having to make do with 30amp. Still, it is what it is, and it is plenty good enough to come back to if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our first two nights were in a newer area which accommodated the larger RVs. The gravel sites were level and the electric boxes almost brand new. Someone guided us to our site. We left for a night to go to Palo Duro Canyon which they highly recommended. It was a wonderful experience. When we came back we were put in with the smaller units and 5th wheels. The electric boxes were older but worked fine. Throughout the park the Wi-Fi and cable TV worked wonderfully. In the second location the gravel was level but my husband felt we were packed into a small parking lot. The indoor swimming pool was warm and large enough for a great swim. They had restrooms right there for showering before and after. The hot tub was lovely as well. Very few people used the pool while I was there so it felt like a private pool. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stay only one day and you might not be disappointed. The "nightly" site area looked nice, level and clean. We ended up not staying here. We tried, but if you want to stay longer than one night to tour the Amarillo area, they put you in the back with the long termers and workers. They have split a lot of the sites into A/B's with one 30 and one 50 on the pedestal. So the power grid is not set up for big rigs, they are old side by sides. We could not get our internal surge protector to stop shutting us off as it was pulling 134V from the pedestal. Manager was not happy after moving us to another site, also in the back of the property with the same problem. We were the only big rig coach in that area, most were small 30A trailers. He did agree to refund our payment for the week; though grudgingly. If we had been allowed to stay in the "overnight" area, we might not have had the problem. Those pedestals are new. Ladies working in the office were polite. For the hour we did stay there, the park was clean, and the water pressure was good. It is right off the interstate so there is some traffic noise. We would not try to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used the place as a stop over for two nights. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The park was OK but on one day the restrooms and showers were not as clean as one could expect. It seemed that no one was available to do the job due to a Sunday and/or public holiday. It got cleaned the next day, however. Since the interstate is close, it's not the most quiet place but still OK enough to get some sleep. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Great park! Level sites even though they are gravel. Wi-fi was awesome! Cable awesome with tons of channels. They arranged for a limo to pick us up and take us to the Big Texan Steak house. Will stay again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first stop on our way from Colorado to Florida. Our fifth-wheel is 36', towing a 12' cargo trailer. Ace guided us to a long pull through site that was easy to enter/exit. Everything worked, wifi is great. We appreciated the hospitality & the ride to Big Texan for steak dinner. We Will make it a point to stay again on our return trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
People in office were very friendly and helpful. Received an escort to the site. Sites are gravel, very roomy and level. Electricity is very good. Water pressure is high, be sure to use a pressure regulator. Easy access to/from I-40 and nearby restaurants. Wi-Fi worked well and cable TV was good. They have free donuts in the morning. They do have an indoor pool, although it appeared to be closed down. We will most likely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Neat campground with wide sites. Personable, friendly staff who were very helpful with local information. We were only there two days, but would have stayed longer if our schedule allowed. We would definitely return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a good park for a visit or long term. The sites are long and wide. Wireless works good and the cable has about 60 channels. There is a lot of noise from the airplanes landing and taking off, but acceptable. The check-in is very pleasant and the nice lady is friendly. Would for sure stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I have to give this park top billing from the level sites to the friendly staff to the handiness of the whole facility to I-40. They even setup transport, free of charge, to and from an excellent BBQ restaurant about a mile from the park. I'll take this park over some of the overpriced, city like parks we've stayed at during this trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy in/out. Gravel sites, but level. Mature shade trees. Very friendly and helpful staff. NICE heated pool and hot tub. Clean restrooms and showers. Good size sites. I found nothing to downgrade this park on. It is on my list of favorite parks in Texas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Don't know why we paid the highest rate listed here! Certainly not worth it. Gravel parking lot with so called pull-throughs that were not the norm -- nose to nose and had to negotiate with neighbors to get out. Easy on/off one nighter, but I wouldn't stay longer. No shade. Utilites fine. Huge pet walk area with grass and BURRS. Great staff, however, very friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good overnight spot with adequate room between the sites. The spaces are gravel and concrete and include a picnic table but no grass and few trees. The "pull-through" sites are really nose-to-nose with another camper facing you but it seems to work. The cable was excellent as was the internet connection. We stayed on site #127 and traffic noise was minimal with easy access to I-40. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an adequate no frills park. We camped in pull through site 119B which was spacious. All utilities performed without problems. We are Passport America members and received the discounted nightly rate. We would return if in need of an overnight space in the Amarillo area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Looks to be a little older park. Office staff very friendly and helpful. We were escorted to a nice pull through spot conveniently located across from office and rec center. They do have coffee and donuts in the morning, but didn't sample them. WEIGHT! Passport America rate was good for only one night. She gave us another discount for the second night, as my husband is a retired Marine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came in late and called ahead of time as we were driving through a bad storm. They waited for us to be sure we were settled in fine. I must say this is one of the few parks where customer Service has hit it out of the park! In the mornings not only do they have donuts/coffee, but they are actually making sure everyone had their mugs topped off! All utilities worked great and the water had ideal pressure for final maintenance flushing. The facilities were a bit aged, but nevertheless very clean. The kids loved the indoor pool and the playground set. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We called ahead on a Friday; they answered! We enjoyed the pool (skylights would be nice), showers (large stalls, very clean). WiFi worked OK. Did not use the cable hook-up. Nice staff. We were escorted to our long pull through and parked just right for the full connections. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park. We chose it because it was convenient and off the interstate, but we were not bothered by the noise. They have an indoor pool and hot tub which was nice. They also have free shuttle to and from the BIG TEXAN steak house which is nice. We enjoyed our stay and will stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America rate. Easy on/off interstate. Friendly staff. Interior roads paved. Sites wide and level, some with shade. Offer free coffee and donuts each morning. Would stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night, and did not use the swimming pool, restrooms, and showers. This is an older park with few shady spots, and the sites surrounding ours were gravel. The staff was very gracious and friendly. The park was nice and clean. The price was right for us. The initial rate was $33.00, but we received a Good Sam Club discount of $3.30, leaving us with a bill of $29.70 before tax. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We paid a discounted rate based on our Passport America affiliation. Access to and from the interstate is quick and simple. Staff are friendly and helpful. One is escorted to one's site. Interior roads are paved, and sites are level. A free shuttle to a local steakhouse is available. The campground provides free coffee and donuts for campers from 8-9 each morning. A water park is directly adjacent to the campground entrance. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We are repeat overnight visitors here each year going north and back south. We return because of the friendly and accommodating hosts and the pull through sites. Escort to your site. Park appears to have started as a mobile home park that converted to RV's, but that gives plenty of room. Easy off and on the Interstate, but that means some noise. We ran a/c, so no problem. Trees are scattered and grass is sparse, but this is an arid part of the world. Sites are level. Water quality and pressure were good. Most importantly, the electric power level was "in the green" according to our voltage meter, even when everyone pulled in and started their a/c's in the 100 degree heat! Big Tex Steakhouse is near and worth a try! Free coffee and donuts in the morning.We will certainly come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stay here every time we come through this area. It is perfect overnight stop -- large spaces, full hookups, level, close to a good steak at Big Texan, and close to every diesel service you may want. And a free donut and coffee to start you off in the morning. There is a bit of freeway noise but not enough to bother. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is just an overnight stop when traveling the panhandle of Texas. Rigs are parked in every direction. Glad we had an escort to our site, it was just a little confusing. With the way the rigs were parked there was no way for me to pull through our pull through site. I had to back out when we left. Not my favorite place, we are unlikely to return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They no longer are Passport but gave me a special rate anyway for one night. Good Cable TV lineup. Clean pull through sites for transients. Free Donuts and coffee in AM. Dog waste bags provided. Indoor pool is very nice, nice clubhouse. Definitely would recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We parked on hard packed gravel that was nice and flat. The lot had a few trees and was clean enough to keep our white dog white. It was not dusty but we heard a fair amount of highway noise. Showers were acceptably clean and modern. Donuts and coffee were available from 8 to 9:30. It is next to a water park if you have kids. Our neighbors all called the Big Texan for a ride to the steakhouse in the limo. We went to Red Lobster instead. The TV and Wi-Fi worked well. They accept Pass Port America and Escapees discounts. Fine for a night or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly, helpful staff on check in. Our site was a long and level pull through (as were many of the sites). Utilities were well positioned and the park is well located with regard to the Amarillo attractions. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most transient spaces are pull-thru on gravel and level but RV's are pulled close side-to-side. Hookups are convenient and there are a few shade trees. Escort to site. Concrete sidewalks. Near the highway so road noise can be heard. We'd stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has paved roads easy check in friendly staff. They also have some weird site arrangement in the area I was parked in. My site didn't look like a site I was parked in a south direction another RV pulled about 2 feet from my slide facing a north direction. They take you to your site thank goodness. They some how make it work with no problem getting out of your site which is dirt. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice 4-day weekend stop on our way west. Handy to city, services, and attractions. Lots of transient traffic. Gravel sites, level area with easy service connections and excellent Wi-Fi. Good dog walking areas. Very pleasant staff. Very inexpensive laundry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The noise at this park was intolerable. Emergency vehicles and lots of trucks speed all night long on the interstate which is only a stone's throw away. AWACS planes fly overhead during daylight hours. They need some serious pigeon control. Those nasty birds make a mess everywhere. They parked a motorhome so close to us we could not walk on that side of our coach. Not sure why they felt the need to do that. The breakfast you pay extra for is not good at all. We hope and pray we will never be in a position where we have to stay here again at any time in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were looking for a convenient overnight site, and we found it here. Not the prettiest place we've stayed at, but we got a very long pull through which was level and had good utilities. Friendly check in, and we were led to our site. Easy access on/off I-40. Did not use the restroom, showers, laundry, cable or wi-fi so no comment on those items. Price reflects Passport America. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is PA. We have stayed here before a few times and like the park. It is older but clean and the people are friendly. Cable TV with LOTS of channels, good WiFi and a great spa. Close to the Big Texan Steak house. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects a supposed PA discount. No mention of 'electrical surcharge'. Huge gravel spaces with a lot of space between rigs. Fairly clean but rather old and dingy laundry room. One of the washers was leaking and the problem was 'solved' by jamming a rag along the bottom of the machine. The bathrooms were similar. The Wi-Fi was strong and our satellite worked very well. We enjoyed exploring the city and found the park staff to be helpful and friendly. Conveniently located and, although it is next to the freeway, it was not noisy. Would return again. Very popular place judging by the in and out activity. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great cable TV, heated pool, and hot tub. Bathrooms are modern with 3 good spaced shower stalls. My only gripe (and it's a big one) is that they charge PA folks an "electrical surcharge". They have a xeroxed page highlighting the phrase "Electrical surcharge may be applied". I asked that since it stated "may" , what were the conditions under which the charge would apply and was answered that they have the right to add surcharges. I asked if my small class B qualifies for an added electrical surcharge. The answer was "If I didn't like it, I was free to move on". While there I witnessed 2 non PA folks check in and not be charged the "electrical surcharge" and they were in class A rigs. When I tried to explain that this sounded like a bait and switch and a way to have a lower price on the website both they and I became ticked. My wife, the ever gentler person, asked if there are times when the charge isn't added and was told not really. So in short, I'd have paid the $21 without qualms if they'd been upfront and straight forward about it instead of devious and defensive about it. It was apparent they'd been asked this before. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The nightly rate reflects the Passport America rate. This is a very attractive park that is well maintained and with friendly management. There is plenty of room between sites and all of the hook-ups are convenient and working.This a is a very good place to stop for an overnight when on a trip on Interstate 40. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a weekly rate. Huge gravel sites. Very level and lots of slide room. Full hookups all good. Escort to site. Check-in and all park employees very friendly. Wi-Fi was strong. Cable was good and Verizon phones worked well. While in Amarillo we visited the Big Texan, Cadillac Ranch, and the Zoo. The DW went swimming almost every day. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there. Highly recommend this great park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A good park close to the interstate, so there is traffic noise. Lots are roomy as it looks like the park was supposed to be a housing project that did not get off the ground. There are curbs to the entrance of the sites.sites are level. Very friendly people and we got an escort to our site. They serve free coffee and pastry in the morning. Internet very good. Would stay there again when passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park with good interior roads. Although the roads were paved, it still seemed to be a lot of dust stirred up anytime a rig came driving by our site. Maybe that is just northeast Texas environment; as I am not familiar with the area. The showers and restrooms were clean and we had a good, strong Internet connection. We really liked the fact that they had an enclosed pet walk. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been staying here for 4 years and using PA. For the PA rate it is an OK park. We had been staying in a part of the park that had tables and was not side by side even though it was only a pea gravel lot. This time PA rate only gets to the back of the park in side by side sites with no tables, and when I asked the manager about this I was told no exceptions, and I would park where he wanted to put me not where I wanted to be. So I told them that from now on I will park in some other park in this area. We will not be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very large park that we always stop at for 1 night, its super cheap at 25 dollars a night, and they always have space. Oh if the wind is out of the South you will smell the cattle feed lot a few blocks away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were rather disappointed with this park. We use the Good Sam Trailer Life Directory religiously and I think this park was way overrated. It's rated at a 9/9/9 but I don't think so. It was OK and everyone of the staff was friendly but the sites are dirt, lots of dust. A few trees but not worthy of a 9/9/9. Quite a few full time residents and their sites are not kept up to par. I sent them a web inquiry from their website about availability and never did get an answer. We would probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just stopped for the night and it was just OK for that. Gravel sites with ruts, it must have rained and there were ruts from tires. Some sites may have had shade but all the ones around me had the sun blazing on them in the afternoon. Showers were barely passable with just 2 stalls available for the men. Close to town and several restaurants but I probably would not come back even for one night. Lots of permanent residents as well. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We found this park via Passport America. Good overnight, but I would go elsewhere if I was in Amarillo for any time. Staff super friendly, park is clean, and good power. Water pressure is over 60 PSI and notice that some of the sewer connections where a little high. But, this was formally a mobile home park that has been converted. You have to drive over the curb to get in all of the sites for trailers. After spending $800 to straighten and align our axles, I was very leery. Had to block the curb and drive on the side walk on the opposite side ( we are 57' long hooked up ) to get a straight approach to go over the curb with out dragging a tire sideways over it. There are a lot of permanent residents, about 50%. There is no grass at any of the sites, mostly small gravel, and few trees. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff. Used Passport America for $17.00 rate. Small fenced off-leash dog area 30' x 30' maybe, Wi-Fi good, and pressure for water was fine. There is a train near that you can hear sometimes in the night but I am pretty sure trains are a requirement for RV park location. Good for an overnight or for longer stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very accommodating to our 80 ft rig. Big streets. Limo service over to steak house for dinner was complimentary!! Will stay again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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What a great park! Super friendly staff. Was escorted to my site and shown the hookups. 50 amp service. Wi-Fi strong and fast. HUGE sites and very long. Free Limousine to the BIG TEXAN steakhouse. Easy on and off highway access. Was fairly quiet for being located so close to highway. Loved it! Would recommend to anyone and would stay again for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a large commercial park, but nice. Staff was friendly and helpful. We used Passport America, thus the lower rate and only stayed one night. It was easy on and off the interstate. The only problem was the 3 am train horn! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We are repeat customers. Nice place for an overnight stop. Friendly and accommodating hosts, an escort to our site, clean facilities, and donuts and coffee in the morning. Easy off and on for the Interstate, but that means some noise. We used AC, so no problem. Good electrical power, good water pressure, no problems with Wi-Fi. Could be a few more trees, but this is an arid part of the world. We'll definitely come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here from January 2011 to July 30th 2011 and the overnight rate is based on the monthly cost + electric. About two weeks into my stay, while we were shopping the electric box fried my power cord. Apparently there was no safety at the box, it overheated with one space heater running. My new power cord was patched with a cheap end (the electrician told me so) and I was promised a new cord by the manager. I never got the cord. I reminded him multiple times. Many months later a new manager brought a cord over (bright yellow) after I told him about the incident. The replacement cord was not of the same quality (marine grade) and actually deformed when he tried to plug it in. A few days later, he came over with the same cord. I explained that I needed a replacement that was marine grade, not what a rental company would send you out with. He never replaced the cord, even after multiple promises to do so. The park is not well maintained, with grass at the front sites, but none in many of the monthly's. Just blowing dirt and trash. I was backed in on dirt and needed lumber to level my fifth wheel. I am not sure if a man would have gotten the same treatment over the power cord as I did, however I hope this review is helpful to others. My overall impression was one of no integrity and I was very disappointed in management. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly staff. Big pull-through sites. Paved interior roads, stone sites. All of the utilities worked fine, including Wi-Fi. Many permanent residents, but the area they put the visitors in is very nice. Park is an older, but well kept. Great for an over night or a few days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good park for visiting the area. It is an easy on/off of I-40. The section we were in for an overnight stay had paved roads and stone sites. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The pool was clean and cool and the sauna made my day. The WiFi is very weak. We used our AT&T air card. The park provides a free shuttle service to a local eatery. Call ahead if you plan to use PPA. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were huge. Very clean showers and restrooms. Free coffee and rolls in the morning. We did not call ahead for reservation and they would not honor PPA rate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The price reflects the PA discount. The hosts were very accommodating, escorting us to our pull through site. Long and wide enough for both slide outs. Power was good. Nice indoor pool. Free donuts were real donut shop big ones, not cheap Costco stuff. Not much to say, other then for PA price this is a bargain! Will stay again when coming through Amarillo! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had stayed here before and had a nice spot. They put us in a different one which was small and had only one hookup for water. The man next to use chose not to use it fortunately for us. Also it was only a 30/50 amp site but fortunately we had a 30 amp adapter. The person next to us was using the 30 amp outlet so all that was left was the 50 amp outlet. The owners drove up to the spot but did not stick around to point out these things. It was a confusing site. It was like one hookup for 2 sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK place for an overnight. Sites are decent size and facilities all worked fine. No shade to speak of so it's very hot and dusty. Nice walking area for dogs. Easy access to interstate. Good place for an overnight visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was OK, but expensive considering you can stay other places for 11.00 a night with Passport America. If you go to this RV place just make sure you say you have Passport America if you do, because they will not refund your money. They ask if you have Good Sam's and it throws you off forgetting about other clubs you may have, but all they ask about is Good Sam's. The sites were OK, but we and others had a curb you had to exit your RV with. They should chisel those curbs out so you don't have a 6 inch drop for your truck and RV. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We’ve stayed here three times, and it’s pretty nice. We really stay here for the location, rather than the quality. It’s right off the highway, directly across the street from a terrific water park, and a mile or two from the Big Texan Steakhouse. Big sites, too. Overall, a good park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this RV park and it is very nice. The people are super friendly and they have coffee and donuts every morning. Their is nothing bad about this park except maybe they could be a little cheaper. We would stay at this park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I would stay here again. They have an indoor pool with a 10 ft deep end. The RV lots are big, and we had a massive shade tree beside ours which is rare in Amarillo. The staff was very friendly. They did not sell propane, but the Flying J a couple of miles west of there did. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great overnight stopping place on the east side of Amarillo on I-40. Very courteous staff that escorts you to your site. Plenty of amenities and even free donuts and coffee in the morning. Highway noise was negligible and it is easy off, easy on to I-40 traveling west. Only reason I can't give it a 10 is because it has no shade and is very dusty. The rate is a one night Passport America rate which makes it a very reasonable overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I always use this C/G when passing thru Amarillo. It is easy access to the interstate, has amenities, and is one of the nicer ones on the Passport list. There is free coffee and donuts in the morning and one of the local steak houses has free limo service to the campground. You can take a dip in the pool or just chill out in the rig with 60+ cable channels and strong Wi-Fi. There is some road noise, but it’s in a convenient metropolitan location. I have never smelled the fragrance of cattle pins while in this campground, but as one reviewer said; it is Texas. Perhaps that also negates visiting IA, KS, OK, CO, MO, etc. Overnights are usually put in a graveled pull thru area with less space between rigs. If you want something larger you need to ask for it. Rate reflects PPA discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The price reflects a Passport America discount. We really wanted to like this park, it's a converted trailer park that is still attached to remaining trailers. PROS: great, helpful staff,large sites, good electric, good water pressure and good wifi. Now the CONS: substantial road noise from route 40 and we were way in the back. It smells like Texas ,which means cow manure. Trains run ALL NIGHT long and blow whistle at each crossing, which means for each train that's 15 minuits of whistles. 2 trains passed through at 3:30am and whistles went till 3:55am. This meant I was awake at 4am for the gun fire from the ghetto that partially surrounds the park. We won't stay here again, which is no reflection on the great staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A friendly checkin and guided to our site. Nice level, long, wide sites with good turning radius. Quite easy to access from the interstate and signage was good. Very good WiFi as the checkin lady said they had spent a substantial amount of money upgrading the system. Very good park cable TV as well. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Folks in the office were very helpful. Efficient at getting us checked in. Recommended restaurants. They led us to our site. Used Passport America, so a great rate for a decent park. Got a nice pull through site: did not have to unhook the toad. Site was level. Had a picnic table, which many parks don't seem to have anymore. Good WiFi and great for walking the dog without leaving the park. Perfect for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflected Passport America discount. Stayed one night on way through Amarillo. Park clean, well organized. Sites flat, many sites with small trees, picnic tables. Close to several amenities, water park across street. Would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has easy access from the highway with driveways wide enough to accommodate big rigs. The staff will arrange a for a limo to pick you up and take you to The Big Texan Steak Ranch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice RV Park with friendly owners, a great location right off US 40, and large sites. Don't know how good the WiFi was since we have MiFi. They take Campground USA so our price was half - $16. Other cards were accepted as well. A great place for an overnight or extended stay to tour the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Second stay in this park during the past 5 years. I really can't find anything to complain about. Hosts very nice. Excellent Wi-Fi and cable. Free coffee and doughnuts in the AM. Large spaces. Easy access from freeway, but not too noisy. Indoor pool. Passport America. Can't beat this place for the price and I'd surely stay here again. Solid 10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good park for an overnight stay. It is located close to I-40 so there is some road noise, but with the air conditioners running, we didn't notice it inside. Staff was friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. Sites were adequate, but nothing to brag about. Some had picnic tables, but ours didn't. Plenty of room for our toad, and the utilities were located so that we didn't have to unhook. WiFi and cable TV worked great. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly and helpful staff. Escorted to site. Women bathroom and showers were closed, so men and women shared men, hopefully a temporary arrangement. Enclosed dog run. Small cafe/snack bar in office. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here before, but this time was not a good stay. Even though we called ahead and gave the park several hours lead time, we had to dig out our own site before we could get into it. Otherwise, it's a quiet park, easy to find and the owner/managers are very pleasant to interact with. I'd stay here again in nice weather, but certain would give it a pass in the winter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location and amenities for our overnight stay while on our way to Arizona, although not a park we would stay in for more than one night since it is located so close to the Interstate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A lot of people seem to be living here. The "Finnish Sauna" advertised was what drew me here. The front office confirmed on the phone they had "two saunas-one wet and one dry." When I arrived they unlocked a smelly small dry sauna which the front office confirmed wasn't used very often, and to make it a steam sauna, one would just put water on the heater. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stop over place only. No charm or extras, elect. good, so is water and dump. Sites are small but level, the guy running it is a cool older guy that tries, but the place is running down. Overnight, quick off/on the freeway and go. Cheap stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My review is based on a one night stop. From that perspective this a jewel. It is close to I-40, there is a Love's Travel stop just as you get off I-40 so if you're like me you can start the next day with a full tank. The campground's staff was friendly and helpful. the pull through site I had was large and level. They lead you to your site and everything worked the way it should. It's a Passport America park and from our experience it's one of the best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful park for an over night stay. Has nice friendly staff. We arrived late with a busted jack and couldn't unhook our fifth wheel. They found a site for us even though they were very busy. We hope to be back next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean, well-managed park with huge RV spots, grassy areas (not just a gravel or asphalt park). Has a fabulous indoor pool and an adults-only jacuzzi. Right next to I-40, a heavily traveled-by-truckers freeway. Not too close to the airport. Stayed 3 nights, would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is right off I-40 in Amarillo. It is clean and well maintained and has nice pull-throughs. Management is friendly and helpful. We had an electrical problem with our coach and they gave us the number of a mobile service that made an after supper call and had us up and running by 9 p.m.! We stayed there two nights in a 40 footer. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here overnight. We were looking for a place on I-40 and close to the Big Texan. You can't beat the location of Amarillo Ranch. It's down the street from the steakhouse (which will pick you up and drop you off for free), easy on/off I-40, across the street from a water park, and set back enough from the highway that there's not a ton of noise. The price was right for full hookups with cable TV. The pool was indoors and clean as were the bathrooms and showers. I think it's important though, that a park shouldn't advertise amenities is no longer has. While we were here we couldn't find a sauna/steam room and the hot tub was closed. That was a bummer after 10 hours on the road. The pool closes at 8pm and the only Wi-Fi is at the office although we had plenty of Verizon service at our site. Some sites are grass, some gravel. All were plenty long and level. This park appears to be about 2/3rds full timers though and I was a bit concerned that we had to sign a liability waiver as well as a "we'll kick you out in a heartbeat if you break the rules" waiver when checking in for a 1 night stay. We'd stay here again, but not without looking around a bit first. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly, helpful, office staff. Escorted to our site. Very clean park, well maintained. Nice long, level pull throughs. We camped here with friends and our sites were facing opposite directions so we could share a patio and we loved that. We also had a shade tree over our patio, very nice for sitting out enjoying the breeze and visiting. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An older, established park with plenty of room for big rigs. Really enjoyed our stay here and the office staff actually said "welcome home" when we checked in. We have stayed here in the past and will return when in the area. Great customer service. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed one night on July 4. The pull-through sites are plenty long (pickup, fifth-wheel and cargo trailer). Some grass was green but most was brown buffalo grass which just needed water to perk up and be green. Campground is fairly quiet and safe. Called before arriving to check availability and the person manning the phone gave us directions for arriving on I-40 via taking exit #, but we were coming in from the north on Hwy 87. Took a while to locate the campground because of this. Bad directions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Amarillo RV Ranch should be called pack in the over nighters onto a gravel lot while we provide the seasonals extra wide shaded spaces, this is just a former mobile home park that obviously was never occupied and now is primarily "seasonal" year round occupants with a few spots for over nighters. We were extremely disappointed with the property. The pool closes at 8 PM, which is not that early except it is still light out and hot as hell in Texas in July. We have stayed at Oasis before and the two parks are completely different. Oasis has truly wide pull through spots, here at the "ranch" we have less than 7 feet between us and our other 40 overnight neighbors we actually felt bad having our slides out as we were at the edge of their picnic table, in addition the freeway noise is very loud, compared to Oasis which is set back well from the freeway and fairly quiet. We decided to stay at Amarillo RV Park based on location to The Big Texan, I would have rather driven the 10 minutes that stay here had we been able to see the sites before checking in. The sites are NOT as advertised, yes they are level, but VERY close together. The playground is nothing more than a swing set with monkey bars, and a slide. Overall a big disappointment and we would recommend staying at the Oasis at the end of town if you want wide and long pull though, nice clean grounds, and Wi-Fi at your coach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are repeat visitors here. Nice place to lay over for the night. Very nice staff, and an escort to your site. Easy access off interstate, but that means some traffic noise. Level sites. We ran a/c, so no problem. Water pressure and electric service very adequate even with 100 degree temperature and a/c running. Wi-Fi in office, but not on-site. We'll certainly come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park's sites are level and fairly large. There are grassy areas, but not much shade. It appears as if the park has good amenities; however the park office has very limited hours, so we were unable to enjoy any of them. If you are traveling on I-40 and just "passing thru", you better be there before 7 pm if you want any contact with staff for questions, suggestions, help with problems, etc. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects P/A and we stayed here a week: they gave us the P/A rate for the entire week. The sites are level and huge, we had plenty of room on both sides and a paved parking space in front of our rig. This was our second time staying here. Any time we travel I-40, we will make sure we include this park as one of our stays. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a convenient overnight stay more so than a destination. Most people here are overnight stays. Spaces are roomy, staff is helpful. Big Texan, just down the road, is OK theme steak house. The interior road ways are getting potholes, but still, as a Passport America member, this is an convenient and inexpensive place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy in easy out. Our GPS took us through a bit of a residential area to the park coming in. The park itself is a nice, no frills with nice wide streets and long enough sites for big rigs. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were only here for 1 night, but we were impressed. These folks were nice, and the place was nicely kept. This was the very first RV park we stayed at and we were not disappointed with it. We loved it and will definitely come back to stay. Hopefully, for a longer time. We enjoyed the stay and staff. Good job, Amarillo Ranch RV Park! Good job! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camp Club rate. Flat sites easy in and out. Next to freeway but no noise problem. Easy to get to. Has a pool and a water park next door. The kids would love it in summer. Good place to stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off I-40, easy to find. All gravel, no trees, level, big sites for over nighters. Good for overnight stop in Amarillo. No Wi-Fi except in office, cable TV OK. Price we paid is their one night Passport America allowance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient location off exit 74 off I-40. Price is Camp Club cost. Level gravel lots. Friendly workers. Minimum trees. Great place to stay in this area. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate was for Camp Club USA. We were a tad worried as we drove through the neighborhood to get to this park, but it turned out to be a nice experience. The people were very friendly and we even got free coffee and donuts the next morning. If going through Amarillo again we would stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice place to stay in Amarillo just east of city center. The hookups are excellent and the sites are very large and open. There are few trees and therefore shade is not available for those visiting during the warmer months. Certainly a good overnight spot. We paid the Passport America 1 day rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very comfortable place to stay overnight (as we did) or longer (as we plan to do). The workcamping staff were very friendly and helpful. The laundry is very convenient (and not overly expensive, $1 wash/$1 dry). Our site (#P5) was level and an easy drive through for our 40' class A and towed car. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It's been used, but very clean/manicured lawns, trash area, showers,etc.(too bad the pool closes at 8pm) Very impressed with handicap shower. you don't find them like this in newer camps. You can't get away from the traffic/airplane/train noise in this town..it's just how the town grew up. Great price for Camp Club, open spaces, few trees, paved st. rounded curbs & very nice personnel. I'll go back there, but you can forget the "steak place' attraction, it's tasteless. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My biggest complaint is the Wi-Fi only works in the laundry or the club house is is an open site and they don't want to broadcast it i guess. Some of the sites are very close together but the length is fine, sites are level pea gravel, water, and electric are good. Some road noise but not bad. Office staff very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was not a very good place to stay. The business center was old and dirty. The bathroom, showers and washer/dryers were not well-maintained. The road noise from the interstate was loud. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We paid the Passport America rate. This park has efficient, pleasant staff. The sites are huge and well maintained. All hookups were convenient and in working order. There is convenient access to/from the park to Interstate 40. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Large sites, well-maintained park. Beautiful indoor pool. Large clubhouse/tornado shelter. Park is right off I-40, which is where all the shops and restaurants are in Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Parks appears to be an older but nicer mobile home park that was converted to an RV Park. Accordingly, hook-ups might be a bit unusual necessitating a pull-in/back-out parking at some sites, but really not a problem. Sites are wide, some have trees. Even saw cotton-tailed rabbits in the park! Very accommodating and friendly hosts with escort to the site with care taken to be sure hook-ups are adequate for your rig. Easy access from I-40, but that comes with traffic noise. Since we were running the A/C, was no problem. Electric service was adequate, even with 100 degree temperatures. Good water pressure. Limo from Big Tex Steakhouse a few blocks away will pick you up in the park free. Coffee and donuts in the morning at the office! A good overnight stay! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice clean park with sidewalks! Donuts & coffee in the office for breakfast. Site was large and level. Office hosts were nice. Good size park. The wi-fi was available, but you have to pay. They do have a PC in the office. We had to run the AC fan all night to quiet down the road noise. Easy on and off I-40. Some sites had trees. We had an escort to the site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 1 week. The park is clean and well maintained. The pool is inside and clean. This park has lots of nice amenities. Even free coffee and donuts in the morning. Easy on and off of I-40. Right next to The Big Texan restaurant. There is even a free limo rides from here to there. Price reflects weekly rate. A good place to stay while visiting Amarillo and Palo Duro Canyon. We'll stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The big advantage to this park is the easy access to the interstate (and it is a Camp Club USA park). The owners were very helpful. The site was plenty level and hooking up was a snap. The cable hookups were a big plus. Within a couple of miles from the park is the famous Big Texan steak house. (And it was _the best_ steak I have ever had!) Be aware that even though the sites by the office are "pull-through" you will want to make sure to plan your exit as going the wrong way will put you on a dead end (and it's not so easy to extricate yourself when pulling a car). The biggest downside to the park is how quickly the pool closes. The pool closes at the same time as the office (8 pm). But it does have a very nice pool area. A hard-wire internet connection is also available in the office if you cannot connect via the wireless or you need a more secure connection. I will definitely stay again if I am in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Old park, with poorly maintained grounds and roads. We stopped here because of the promise of fenced dog runs (which were really tiny). Helpful front office folks drive you to your site. We were happy to have a little grass alongside the site (well, the dog was happy), but feel that $33 (before Good Sam discount) is a lot. There is an indoor pool with hottub, which we didn't use. That may explain the price. Weather was poor, so we opted not to find a state park, but that might've been a smarter move. We camped here in a Motorhome.
C/G has all of the facilities one would expect from a higher rated campground so I will only add to the previous reviews. Pool is indoors. Overnight sites aren't spacious, but the rest of the park sites have plenty of space between them. Free Wi-Fi in the club house, but on site it is a pay for use system. Some playground equipment for kids. Plenty of cable channels. Water pressure and voltage was very good. Rate reflects a Passport America discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As with previous reviewer, we are also on our way to Maine. Excellent park with long,wide pull throughs. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Park is very close to the best steak house in Amarillo. Good clean restrooms and nice enclosed dog run. We used Passport America for the $15 rate, so this park turned out to be a real bargain. We will definitely be staying here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were traveling thru from New Mexico to Maine. Using the Woodall's book we picked this particular park. My wife and I were very pleased, the staff were very friendly, the sites were really, really large and the park was easy on/off the highway. My wife and I visited the well-known steak house down the road and had a great one night stay during our travels here. I would visit again. I would have given it a 9 but the road/highway can be heard at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground has really nice big concrete level sites. The owners are really nice and they have a great pool and hot tub for your convenience. The restrooms were nice and clean although you've only a shower curtain to cover up your space. Internet was free available in the office but you have to pay to get it at your site. You can use their printer for a small fee. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a fancy park, but nice. It is an easy on and off the freeway. The inside pool looked wonderful and the people in the office were very nice. We used Passport America. We didn't have reservations which this park seems to really want, but were allowed to use it anyway. A limo service to the local steak house was available. We didn't use it, but saw it go thru. Nice large pull through sites. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very attractive, clean, quiet park. We were escorted to our site and the lady was most helpful when it came to parking our rig as the spot was tight. Once in, however, we had plenty of room for the slideouts. Being able to walk our dogs is very important, and they provide a nice area for that. We will be going through Amarillo next spring and will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed here a few times before and it is a nice park with a good rate for Passport America. It probably used to be a mobile home park and the entry to the site is over a rounded curb. The sites are big with lots of grass and level. It has a pool and a spa that are nice to use. The wifi is $3 for 24 hours and is the usual park wifi that is great to poor depending. If you are using PA you need to make a reservation the day before staying. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice park with plenty of room. Near interstate, and easy to get on and off. I Agree with most everything other posters have said. The only weird thing is that you have to have a reservation to use Passport America. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Large gravel pull-through sites, full hookups and clean grounds. Good areas for dog walking plus two small runs. We took the free limo to The Big Texan restaurant, which was surprisingly good. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here one night, level sites spaced apart from each camper. Nice paved roads to and from site. Office people very nice and show you to your site. Clubhouse was nice with an indoor pool,adult only jacuzzi and swedish sauna very clean restrooms & showers. Limo service to and from the Big Texan Restaurant available free to your site. We stayed with Passport America. We used as an overnight stay, we will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is clean and well kept. No noise from the other campers. And it is the closest park to the Big Texan restaurant, which I would heartily recommend - they even have limo service from the campground to the restaurant and back, which is great if you don't want to unhook. All that being said, it is very noisy with I40 running right by and truck noise all night. But I didn't see any other park in Amarillo that was any better, so I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Lots of grass (alot of mowing going on!), some trees and fairly roomy sites where I was placed. I stayed two days and at $48 for that, using Passport America and Good Sam's, it was a little pricey! Nice clean pool. The I-40 freeway is close enough that there is plenty of noise and there is construction which makes finding the campground a little difficult. Campground is either full time residents or overnighters, but all is very neat and well kept. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Aesthetically, this parks looks very nice when pulling in. We had a nice site, although not one of their oversized sites as advertised. We had full hookups. Internet costs $3 if you wanted it from the site. Otherwise, WIFI was available in the clubhouse for free. Coffee and donuts in the AM. We had a nice big shade tree, a level gravel site, and a picnic table. This could be one of the nicer campgrounds with some updating. The noise from the highway and the water park were there but did not disturb our sleep. We did not use the indoor pool. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is right next door to a water park and a short ride to the heart of Amarillo. There was a nice hot Jacuzzi and indoor pool. We really enjoyed the American Quarter Horse Museum and recommend it to everyone, even if they weren't previously horse lovers. Also "Cadillac Ranch" is just up the road and a quirky roadside attraction no one should miss! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here for one overnight stay only on our way home. Didn't use the facilities at all, but the staff was very nice. They directed us to our spot, even though we arrived after the office was closed. They didn't charge us for our 2 kids (one was under 12 and they comped us for the 16-yr old since we didn't use the facilities). Nice, older park - some highway noise, but not too bad. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park that looks like it was built as a mobile home park. Still has several mobile homes in the back. The spaces are long since they were designed for mobile homes. Our "pull-thru" site was piggy-backed behind another RV that was leaving the next day as we were. We were supposed to wait until they left before we left. The free WI-FI was available only in the clubhouse. We were told that there was a charge for WI-FI access from the RV sites. We found two unsecured WI-FI connections from our campsite, one being the same as available in the clubhouse. I was unable to send email from the park's WIFI connection. We enjoyed the roadrunners and rabbits in the park. We would stay here again as long as we could get the Passport America rate. Without the PA discount, it is too expensive. The PA discount is not available to walk-ins, but only with reservations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park Sites are large and roomy, but except for a small pad you're in dirt. If it rains you're in mud. The Showers although clean have an unpleasant odor much like a combination of mold and pool chemicals. We had a bad 30-amp circuit breaker, which we had to keep resetting. This was reported to the park management and was told they would repair the breaker the following day. They never did. We had to purchase a 50-amp to 30-amp converter to have uninterrupted electricity. Most of the hot tub jets were either broken or not working. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As stated by other reviewers the park is readily accessible from I-40 and capable of handling any big rig. The management is trying to keep the grass green but having problems due to the drought in this area. The Wifi is weak and hard to access. This is a nice park for an overnight or couple of day visit. They honor Passport America but only with cash or check payment. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off the interstate so easy to get to without a lot of road noise. My rate was $26 with Good Sam. Large park with trees, but no shade for the rv itself, and today was hot and windy. The grassy areas lacked watering and were dry. A dog walk area which is adequate but they don't want dogs walked around the park other than the dog area so it is limiting. This is just a big park that has what you need for overnight, but unless you need to be in Amarillo, nothing to recommend it for longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A really nice, clean, spacious RV park with wide, long spaces and all the amenities except wi-fi. You can get free wi-fi in the office, but it is slow, and, if you pay for wi-fi, you get a faster speed but it is $3.00 per day and the sign on procedure is ridiculous each time you use it. I would give it a 10 except for the wi-fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an easy park to get to. You can see it from I-40. The pull-thru site we were in was gravel but we also had a choice of a pull-thru on grass. The gravel was easy to level and the grass may have been a little more difficult. Some sites have picnic tables, but not all. Good hook-ups. The staff was friendly and helpful. The campground was clean and all the sites were neat. We were escorted to our site. There is nothing to separate you from the rig next to you. The sites are somewhat close, but there is plenty of room to put out slides and not right on top of your neighbor. There is a large indoor, heated pool which is open during office hours. The laundry room was clean. The machines were older, and the cost was $1.00 per washer and $1.00 per dryer. The restrooms were clean. The showers do not have a separate dressing area, but they do have a hook and a chair, and are wide enough to keep your clothes from getting wet. I did not use the shower however. Both the laundry and the restrooms have locked doors requiring a code to get in - or you can go in through the office. Good cable reception with many channels. There is a complimentary breakfast every morning. The office area is large with several tables, couches and TV. There is Internet access in the office. I chose to pay $3/day for the convenience of using it in the coach. It was a good connection. Passport America is honored for one night with a reservation. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A fairly nice RV park. Good paved roads, sites are dirt/gravel and pretty level. Good cable tv. Park was quiet. Spaces are wide and they have nice pull through sites. Park is located on the East end of town, close to the intersection of Hwy. 40 and Hwy. 287. Access to the park is quite easy. Attendant will guide you to your site and explain all of their hookups. We stayed here 1 night in our 5th Wheel, would stay here again when traveling through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice place to stop. Big sites, easy on/off I-40. Clean, level sites. Very nice hook-ups. WiFi free in office and if your are close to office, otherwise $$. Great overnight stop. PassPort America rate for one night. Reservations needed for Discounts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the better Passport parks we have stayed in. We had a nice long level 50 amp spot. As mentioned before we took the limo to a local steakhouse for dinner. Staff was friendly and there seemed to be many amenities. We only stayed one night since we need to get home. But we would stay here again and see more of Amarillo. Grass and gravel sites. Grass was not looking great but this is dry part of Texas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a large park. Some of the sites are laid out in an unusual manner. The site we stayed in were side by side using the same water post (two faucets on the same location), cable on a splitter from one source. Electric in the same box. I asked for a 30amp but was given the 50amp of the box that the person next to me was using. WiFi cost unless you go into the office. Large gift shop. People working here are nice and are work campers. I am a member also. They were not very familiar with some of the local facilities. It rained heavily the night we stayed. Had to level the trailer over 2”. The area is a tourist trap and they get a lot of business. If you stay here go over to the Flying J and have a good Chicken Fried Steak. I would stay here again if I came through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I agree with the other comments, no sense in repeating. The work camper staff are quite friendly and helpful. They only allow one Passport America night, we used Good Sam discount for subsequent nights. It should be noted that there was an "electric surcharge" of $2 or $3 per night (can't remember which) under the Passport America rate of $15. Not a real big deal. They should take the lead with other parks and provide free WiFi, instead of charging by the day. We would come back if passing through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very clean and convenient campground. Staff is friendly and helpful. Large, long pull throughs with conveniently located utilities. Limo service to the Big Texan Steakhouse was a plus. Great food there. Pool was clean and heated. Hot tub was covered over but management was quick to tell us know they would open it up if we wanted to use it. In spite of being very close to I-40 we didn't notice excessive noise. Easy in from the freeway, easy out. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was good for an overnight stay, close to I-40. They placed us in an overnight parking site, nothing fancy, no grass and WiFi only works in store and costs. Staff was very helpful, even called the Big Texan for us to arrange a car to pick us up for dinner and then return. We would stay here again but only for overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed there this past July and found it very nice. Only stayed 1 night on my way to Gallup but would stay again if in the neighborhood. The space I had was very large and shaded. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place for overnight. Large pull-through sites. Convenient to I-40. The morning coffee/donuts was too late for someone needing to get on the road by 8 AM or so. Convenient to the sights of the city and short trip to Palo Duro Canyon. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, well organized, with quick easy access from the interstate highway. It was a nice touch that they have free coffee and donuts between 8 and 9:30 am. We stayed here for just one night, and it was a nice place to stay while passing through Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with all of the prior reviews but I would add that the front pea gravel sites are where they put Pass Port America members. The better sites are for those paying the full rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great people that were quick to welcome you the Texas way. We had to hook up to a 30 amp because there were no more 50 amp spots available. There was no WiFi but a computer was available in the office for your use. The steak place down the road was awesome food with a fiddle pickin' group going around to your table accepting requests. We received half price with Passport. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy to get on and off the Interstate, yet we did not have any noise problems. They use a limo service to go to the Big Texan, a regionally known restaurant which is a "Must See" attraction if you are visiting the Amarillo area. Very friendly staff, free breakfast rolls and coffee, and clean campsites. Well worth the price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It's hard to beat the price (Passport America rate) for a one night stay. We wanted an E'S, in/out, pull-through long enough not to have to unhook our tow vehicle. We got all that convenience and more. Staff (front desk and the escort to site) were welcoming and friendly. Wi-Fi was available for free if you used the office facilities. I signed up with their provider (The Wireless Web) right on line in my own coach and they accepted a credit card for the $3/day fee. My Verizon Broadband access was not available and went into ROAMING mode so I was glad to take what the RV Park had to offer since the signal was good. The property has the look of a former mobile home community and there are still some of those permanent residents adjacent. However, it also seems like the owners/mgmt have plans to redesign certain areas and update them to accommodate Big Rig visitors. For the value alone, we would return for an overnight just to watch this Park's progress. It could be one of the better places to stay and we wouldn't mind recommending them if they continue to offer generous discounts to those just passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown is a Camp Club 50% discount. Nice park, easy in and out. Just off I-40. Some road noise, but not bad. Didn't notice any airport noise. Other reviews commented on the feed lot smell. Well, that's Amarillo and whole town gets covered by the odor if the wind is out of the East. I would have given them a 10, but the Wi-Fi isn't free. We'll stay here again for sure if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife and I stopped for one night in February and liked it so much we stayed two weeks. We then went on with our journey and came back to this park and stayed for another 6 days. We had some problems with our motorhome on our first stay and the owner/manager went out of his way to help us not only find the parts but also helped us repair our motorhome. The sites were very clean, large and the staff was super friendly. Even though I-40 is close by and convenient, the noise was not that bad as described. As for the airplane noise, there is a SAC base near by and once in a while during the day a plane would fly over. As for the issue of the odor from the feed lots, when you're in cattle country, you should expect what comes with it when the wind blows in the right direction. Yes, we will return to this RV park any time we are in the neighborhood even if we have to travel out of our way to get there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 4 / 10 ]
This park is nothing but a big dirt and gravel pit. There are a few shrubs that they call trees but not enough to provide any shade. The staff is friendly enough but the owner is a crotchety old man who is anything but customer friendly. They claim to be away from the airport but we had numerous planes overhead landing at the local airport. The rail yard must be close by was we had trains blowing their horn all day and night. The park in right next to busy I-40 with trucks and traffic roaring by all day and night. When the wind is blowing, which is almost all of the time the place smells like a barn yard or feed lot. Some of the lots are large but covered in pea gravel that makes footing unsure and hazardous. We would not recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$15 rate reflects Passport America. Normal rate is $25. PP America rate only good for one night. A nice place, convenient to I-40 as well as downtown Amarillo. Friendly staff. Wifi is pay ($3/day), but they have a free computer in the rec room as well as several lines to hook up one's own computer to wifi. Sites were gravel, but well-graded and the jacks didn't sink into the gravel. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very roomy pull through sites. Plenty of extra room. Exceptionally nice indoor pool and jacuzzi. All employees very friendly. Free morning donuts. Manager went above and beyond to help diagnose the cause of our battery problem, which could have been very expensive but instead cost nothing for the simple fix. We stayed a couple extra days and would definitely return. An exceptional value. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff. Big sites with lots of room to maneuver the big rig. Clean park with nice pool and spa. Internet free in office and fast dependable wifi on site for $3 a day. We stayed here four days in July and were very satisfied. Plan to stay again. I would bring drinking water next time. Amarillo city water was not to my liking. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Texas sized sites are easy to get into. Staff is very friendly. WiFi is extra cost. Restrooms are not fancy but clean and well kept. Free limo available to nearby Big Texan Steak House. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in this campground on 6/3 & 4. The campsites were close but reasonable. Most campsites had trees and grass along with a picnic table. The facilities were clean and in good repair. They charge for WiFi but have free WiFi available in the office. There was road noise but in our opinion it was acceptable. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
10% discount with Good Sam or AAA. This was a good overnight place as you can pull in with your toad, leave it attached and pull right back out in the morning. Limo from Big Texan will come get you and all the truck stops are in the area, so fuel / truck wash / services are all close. Nice folks there too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Visited park in 40' motorhome for overnight stay. Have used park many times over last five years. During that period have not seen any improvements. The usual overnight area has lots of gravel, but the site we were placed in needed more gravel as mud was present from recent rains. The site did not have a table. The pool was great after a long day of driving. We would ask to be placed in overnight area or go to another campground in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park. Friendly staff,good security. good big rig sites on row p-1-5. Wide paved roads w/ mainly new level gravel sites. Good hook-ups. As for restauraunts skip Big Texan. Tourist Trap! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really liked this campground. The staff was super friendly, and the campground was immaculate. Bathrooms and showers were spotless. The staff suggested a superb buffet restaurant in town called the Longhorn. We will stay at this campground again if we're passing through Amarillo in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this park as first night and last night on a three week excursion. Excellent, because pull through sites are level so we did not have to unhook. Loved the limo to the Big Texan, could have a cocktail after the long day, and not have to worry about cooking or driving to dinner. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very big rig friendly campground that has paved roads and well-gravelled sites. Excellent for one nighter or for longer period. Famous Big Texan Steakhouse nearby, with free rides to and from steakhouse. A good place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean park for overnight stay. Easy in/out for "Big Rigs." Trees not a problem. Modern hook-ups on gravel sites for "Big Rigs". Very friendly staff. Somewhat noisy because it is adjacent to I-40, but OK. Limo will pick you up free and take you to the "Big Texan" steakhouse! We stayed in Oct. of '04 with 42' motor home and towed car. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Only park I have given a 10. We had to stop due to a snowstorm, glad we did. Want
internet?? They have phone, cable modems, wify connections. Very friendly staff and top of the line hookups in the premium area. Next door to a waterpark for summer recreation. Will be back on the return trip for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Stopped for an overnight stay. They put their overnighters together in one area. The sites are smaller than their extended stay sites. Site was a pull-thru, gravel and wide enough for any number of slideouts. Hookups were well placed and modern. Sites did not have a table or trees. Park is very clean. All roads are paved. Indoor pool was very nice. The park personnel are friendly and helpful. Will stay at this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Level, open, on frontage road just off I-40, so you hear the road noise; swimming pool indoors, everything immaculate. New management. Great overnight stop. We camped here in a camper.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Campground under new management. Very clean.Large pullthru gravel sites. All hookups. No picnic table. Park is 1/2 block north of I-40 and quiet. Very complete cable tv. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Free internet access in clubhouse. We camped here in a camper.
Believe this park has recently changed owners/name - no web site but phone number was good. Called ahead same day and was able to get site with late arrival (manager even came around to see that we found the site). The sites are close together and looked to be older. No problem leveling our rig and hooking up. There were several long-term residents. The car display and large cowboy statue are a nice touch. This park just east of the Cadillac ranch outside of Amarillo. Easy access to I-40 and there was some road noise (didn't keep us up at night though). A good choice for our overnight stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has become so run down since we last stayed here. Price hasn't changed but there is no cable TV and no Wi-Fi. Spaces are so dirty with weeds not controlled. So many permanents with no care at their spaces. We won't stay here again. Sad, as this was such a convenient park to the freeway. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park was an excellent stop for the night. There appear to be quite a few full timers here, but that didn't bother us. The manager was very friendly. The parking spots are tight, but that didn't bother us either. We were going to stay at the park across the interstate. However, they wanted more then double the price, of this place, for our group. We left there, and came over here, and like the place. Most of the sites are pull through. We have a 45' rig, and didn't have a problem. Overall, I would say the park is clean. The restrooms were newly remodelled, and clean. Bottom line? Yes, we would stay here again in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were in site #43. The majority of sites are pull-throughs with the outside edge back-ins and the more permanent RV's. This was a good stop to rest, which is all we did. Sites are all gravel and the road is dirt with some potholes in it, make sure you go slow. Site has nothing in it since they mostly get overnighters. Size was ok, but we only deployed our bedroom slide to sleep. There were bushes and trees between many sites. But the sites are quite close together. There is a laundry and the bathrooms were clean. They have cable TV, but we didn't use it. It is 1 exit east of the Cadillac Ranch, and a Love's Gas station. Easy in and out on the frontage roads. Shopping is nearby in Amarillo. The road noise was loud, so hopefully you are so tired it doesn't bother you. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a perfectly nice parking lot-type campground, close to the interstate. The Wi-Fi no longer works (canceled contract). The bathrooms are spotless and modern. There is a lot of road noise, but it's fine for a night. It's right by the Cadillac Ranch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is for a quick pull-off from the freeway, just to spend a night. Park Roads are bad and permanent campers are not that tidy. Park could use a good clean-up. Freeway noise is loud. Park is pet friendly but no place to walk pet. WiFi was good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small park. No frills. Inexpensive. Park on gravel. Friendly staff. Close to town. Great for 1-4 nights. It's not a "destination" park, but I would stay there again if I were passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pull-thrus are 16'x60'. Great for a one night stop, especially if you have a long rig as we do, (54'). The new Gander Mountain store is also at this exit. (I-40 and Hope Road, Exit 72 or 70, on south service road) Next door to Sundown which is also reviewed on this list. We have stayed at both, but most of the Sundown sites are only 50'. TL rating in 2000 was "park: 4. 5, Restroom: 5. 5, scenic: 5" Phone 806-352-8567. Open all rear. It appears that the 2000 Trailer Life was the last year that this CG and Sundown were listed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate is now $12.50 with Passport America. Terrible, depressing campground if you intend on staying more than 10 hours. Perfect if you just need a place to sleep with electricity, water, and sewer. Price went up from $11. Cannot pinpoint any improvement made to the facilities. Free envelope to put your money into to pay. That's something I guess. You will hear planes, trains and automobiles, but if you are just here for a few hours, you won't mind. We have stayed here several times and have yet to see any sort of owner, manager, or employee at this place. We are self contained, so it is not a big deal. It is just a place to sleep for us. Where is the pride of ownership of the owner/manager? We camped here in a Motorhome.
The good: Price, $11.00/night with Passport America Sites are level The bad: No water or sewer hookup at our site. Well, there was a sewer hookup, but my next door neighbor had hooked up to it with what looked like a semi-permanent arrangement. Electrical hookup was on a high pole in front of RV, requiring some back and forth to reach. It was only 50 amp, no 30 amp so 30 amp extension cord could not be used. Narrow, slide out inches from electric pole mentioned above, and on other side slide out brushing a sapling , planted , I suppose in a failed attempt at landscaping. Generally unattractive, and poorly kept up. We would not stay here again, even though all nearby parks are several times more costly We camped here in a Motorhome.
All I can say its not A.O.K. By far the most terrible place I've ever stayed in my 28 yrs on the road. It's a run down dirt lot where nothing works. Noise from planes, trains,and the freeway. Our spot the electric didn't work (wired wrong) dump hook up broken off below the ground and full of dirt. Water valve handle missing. Full of run down permanent campers with trash and miscellaneous junk all over the place. I know this is a unattended pay on the honor system, but really the owner/manager needs to pay a little more attention to this place. We live and learn in traveling, this will be one for the books. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate based on PA discount.Very basic park, be sure to check electrical stand before parking (took me two tries). Has some very transient folks, dogs running loose, kids unattended (although cute). Park is good for a one- nighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Second visit to this park. It is OK for a night or two. Spots are level and easy to get in and out of. Sewer hook-up was too far back for me to use but I did not need it. This visit there were a few permanent residents which was fine, they were quiet--but there were two dogs running around loose at different times. They did not appear aggressive but it still made me worried for my dog while I was walking him. He is a little guy so I wound up carrying him back to my rig. Because you do self check in, there was no one I was aware of that I could say something to about the loose dogs. While the planes do not fly over often, the park is under the flight pattern of the airport. This park is cheap and easy access from I-40 --and as they say, they are set up for a place to stop for the night--but if I can't walk my dog . .. I may just pay extra and find another park in Amarillo-so not sure if I will come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Looks like it was an old KOA or similar campground. It is a place to rest overnight and nothing more. Plenty of RV parks around the area if you need better facilities. Price reflects Passport America. No one on duty. Drop your money in the box. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here before so we knew what to expect. No laundry; no restrooms. Just an inexpensive (Passport America), safe place to spend a night or several nights. There is highway noise from I-40 and an occasional plane taking off from the nearby airport but in the summer you won't hear them with the a/c running and even so, it's not all that loud. The new owner appears to be sprucing the campground up a bit. We'll see just how spruce he makes it. Could use a new sign outside, that's for sure. Lots of geocaches within 5 miles plus a short drive north to Alibates Flint Quarry and Lake Meredith or a short drive south to Palo Duro Canyon. It is the 2nd largest canyon in the U.S. Nothing fancy but it serves our purpose well. For an inexpensive, safe place to stay I'd recommend this to others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Hard to rate. For us it was an alternative to a rest stop or Wal-Mart parking lot. We just needed an overnight spot while in route. With the temperature at 107 degrees, it was better to be somewhere with electricity so we could run the A/C. This park has no frills and not even an attended office. There is a building with a sheet listing the price and instructions on filling out an envelope with your money, and slot to drop the envelope. Nightly rate was $22 and Passport America rate was honored. Thus, $11 for a cool night was well worth it. The sites are first come first serve and there were only a few permanent residents here when we arrived. By next morning, we were still the only overnighter. Sites were all level so we didn't even unhook from the tow vehicle. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We read the prior reviews and decided this is the place for us since it is just an overnight. The price is right $11 Passport America one-half price. Just off the interstate. Must be close to airport since two planes have taken off since we arrived around 4 p.m. Since then, no air traffic. As a previous poster said, there is no camp host. There was a small area that had envelops and said to put your money in the envelope and drop in slot. I could not find a slot to drop it in. A lady next door told me that the owner had passed away and the new owners were across the street at the gas station. I filled out the pertinent information, i.e., lot number, PA discount price, name and address. I put everything in the envelope and gave it to the lady at the gas station. This place is what it is - a place to spend the night. We are very pleased with it. Great satellite and Verizon air card reception. Just perfect for what we want at a low cost. It is only 30A and no sewer. We came in with empty gray and black tanks, so we have no problems whatsoever. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects the Passport America cost. This park is quite run down. It only has 30-amp power, water and sewer. All units must be self-contained as there are no restroom or shower facilities. The park is all gravel with some grass. The intent is for two RVs to share a wide space in opposite directions. There is one power pole between the sites located in a grass area. The park is at the end of the Amarillo airport so planes may land or take off over you, but there were very few flights landing while we were there on a Saturday. The railroad is close but we never heard it. Most sites are open with small trees. Some RVers are staying for extended periods. This is really a park to dash into for the night to get off the road. Likely we will stay here again as we head south in 6-months. There is a phone number listed; however, there is no one apparently living on-site and no real office, so I don't know if or when the phone will be answered. You use a drop slot for your money. Re-reading my note, it hit me that many RVers complain all they need some nights is a safe place with basic services at a reasonable price to stay. This is why they frequently use a Walmart or roadside stop vs. a campground. They are tired and have no energy to go to a pool or other things some parks offer. Instead, they want to sleep so they may be on their way in the morning for their ultimate destination. If that is your story, this park may be for you. Although the 30 amp power may not be all you want on a very hot summer night, that might be the only down side to coming here for a night or two while in the area. I hope this will give you a better picture how this park might fit your travel plan.
We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not too hard to find off I-80, even in the dark. Basic hook up was all I needed to not freeze to death and that's what I got. Didn't explore the park itself, seemed to be just the basics. I only stayed the night because I was exhausted. I'd stop for another nights sleep if I was in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. FHU pull-through site with 30 amp electric. This is just a field with some sites, no attendant, no bathrooms. Good for an inexpensive overnight stay. Easy access to I-40. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They are really cleaning this rundown park up. Its easy off and easy on I-40. There is a few year round folks here. The airport is close but didn't bother us. Good over nighter and I believe it will be pretty good for visiting local stuff soon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$11 is Passport America rate. $1 additional if you want to use ac or electric heat. Electric connections are shared between sites, 30amp only, and in poor condition with badly burned sockets. Some outlets do not provide reliable power. The first I tried/tested had only 85 volts available. This would cause terminal damage to RV electronics! Do NOT go here without over/under voltage protection. There are no restrooms and no showers. It's a self check-in procedure with no campground map around. This place is OK for an overnight, but not much more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America rate. Basic stopping place, no frills, restrooms or showers. I had to change spots to get working electricity. Check-in is on the honor system, and I have seen no management around the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
That's a Passport-America rate. Campground is a good place to stop for an overnight due to it's proximity to I-40. Be aware that if you're driving west, you turn right when you get off the interstate. Our GPS told us to turn right (and the directions from the website) told us to turn left and we ended up at an "exotic club". Absolutely nothing fancy about this campground. Full hookups and that's it. Also located under the flight path for the Amarillo International Airport which is sort of interesting the first time a big 4-engine jet flies over your RV! No flights after around 10:00 though. Propane and convenience store across the road. There are permanent sites but residents are friendly. Inexpensive place to use as base camp to visit Amarillo, Lake Meredith, or Palo Duro Canyon. We wouldn't hesitate to stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As all other reports state, no rest rooms or showers. And the entrance looks pretty seedy, but for big rigs, the pull through sites are at least 80 ft long. The site is basic and level with easy entrance and exit. The rate shown is a Passport rate, otherwise it was $22.00. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Definitely just a place to stop overnight & pull out early the next morning. No amenities at all but the price is right. Easy access off and on I-40. Airport nearby but no planes in or out after 9 p.m. so not a problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very very basic pull in for the night & pull out in the morning type place. No facilities at all except a convenience store across the road for coffee or ice. Airport nearby but last plane goes over about 9 p.m. Very convenient to I-40. As earlier review stated, the park is nothing to look at & the permanents that are there are pretty rundown but are no problem to overnight visitors. $10 rate is for Passport America, 50% discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very basic park offering exactly what is advertised: "specializing in overnight sites for the weary I-40 cross-country traveler". Entry to campground looks very run-down and there's an old pool no longer in use with weeds growing in it. Registration and payment are self-serve; campground is clean, and sites are level. It is fine for people like us who just want a reasonably-priced, convenient place to park for a night or a few nights. It is close to the airport, and planes do fly over on the approach; however, the airport is not very busy. Very convenient to I-40 and very little road noise from it. There are no restrooms, laundry or showers available. Overall, for $10 (the Passport America rate) this park is fine--just don't expect more than the bare basics. The main reason we rated it a "3" is because of the run-down entry appearance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly and helpful staff. A lot of upgrade going on as seen in the replacement of the fences around the campground and campsites. The campsites are level but dusty. The Lizzie Mae store is an unique store that contains unbelievable variety of products to satisfy any shopper. Bathrooms and laundry room are very clean and at $1 per load is the most economical of all the campgrounds during our 52-day trip. Be sure to get the free limo ride to check out the good food at The Big Texan. We will definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was an overnight stop while passing through. We arrived early enough to be able to meet some of the staff who were very friendly and helpful. It was Sunday afternoon so they closed early and we didn't get to browse the store but it looked very inviting. The park is very well run and very clean. They were in the process of doing some refurbishments/upgrades to the playground area when we were there. There is a nice little pond in the center of the park where we enjoyed watching the duck. WiFi work very well. I would definitely recommend this campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park layout is confusing and in very bad need of upgrades/repairs. We had a pull through site but the placement of the electrical box required us to stick out in the road. Interstate noise was loud. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a well-maintained park with really friendly people and great hook ups and wi-fi. A perfect place to stop for the night. We'll be staying here again on our way back through the panhandle. We camped in a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects monthly charge. Older campground, but kept up. Many permanent or long term sites but they are well kept. Roads and sites dirt and gravel with picnic table on pad. Some sites have small grass area. Amarillo is windy so does get dusty. Could get level on site. Amenities like exercise room need some updating and new equipment but there are signs of work in park. Sure it is costly to do all at once. Lizzie Mays is an incredible gift store on site. Can walk to Gander Mountain. Convenient on and off and convenient to stores and restaurants. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second time staying at this RV Resort. Very courteous and friendly staff, and well organized. Would have liked a little more space in between spaces, but was pleased that the pull through spaces were easy to maneuver. We just love the store Lizzie Mae's. Hard not to buy something cute there. Could hear a little road noise in the night, but not bad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground convenient to area. We had a level pull thru site. All utilities work great. Bathrooms were clean. Sites separated with small fence. Indoor pool very nice. Staff friendly and helpful. Very quiet park. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is convenient to the area. Spaces are level, power and water are good. Restrooms are extremely clean as are all common areas. The spaces are separated well. The cable was fuzzy and the Wi-Fi was sporadic. Made due with the cable and used my own Wi-Fi which doesn't make a customer feel good when paying a premium price. Some trees but no real shade is provided. Used the exercise equipment, very nice. The pool is amazing, warm, indoor and very clean. Had an unusual experience here. Someone stole away with half a washer load of laundry. Funny took my underwear and $89 Fresh Produce Nightgown, left my husbands--go figure! Hope he hangs himself with great grammy's undies. Never had this happen even when I was in college! The laundry room was very dark too, creepy. Stayed here 3 nights. Probably would find another spot to sleep next time we are in Amarillo as there are many. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground, well organized. You must visit the gift shop. Would score this park high except that there was an overwhelming, horrid stockyard smell that woke me up in the middle of the night. It was cool enough to sleep with the windows open - bit mistake! Wi-Fi was also poor. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was the perfect stopover in route to New Mexico. Easy off, easy on, Hwy 40 heading west. We had a spacious 90ft pull thru for a 43 ft RV towing a vehicle, concrete picnic area with a picnic table and water/electric/sewer. The facilities were very well maintained and cleaned. Dog friendly, contained a dog run area and our spaced included an installed dog lead. Each RV spot was separated by 4 ft wooden fence. Facilities also include indoor pool, hot tub and weight room and a clean laundry facility which included a TV. The park also included beautiful sitting areas that are well lit with relaxing waterfalls and waterways throughout the park. The property was laid out well. Drive ways and spots were easy to maneuver the 43ft RV with tow vehicle. The special treat was the huge gift and home décor shop, “Lizzy Mae’s Mercantile”. I saw horror in my husband’s eyes when we walked in! Look for the waterfall inside the shop. Highly recommend, we will look for an opportunity to stop this way again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a busy park, however it is very quiet. The office people are very nice and the shop Lizzie Mae's is a jewel! There are four smallish dog enclosures and enough grounds to walk the dog. They are a bit restrictive about where a dog can go inside the park, however. The location is convenient for sight seeing in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Big campground with gravel sites. Not a lot of shade. Convenient to Palo Duro Canyon and town. The camp sites are a little disorganized and the two young girls showing us to our site were very inexperienced. A gentleman from the park finally came over and put us in a site that we could actually pull into. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly front office people. Great gift store on property. Indoor pool and hot tub. Clean but cover on hot tub almost too heavy for two adults to remove. Showers clean. Off leash pet area is small but close to most sites. Excellent Wi-Fi throughout park. Site level with picnic table and privacy fence. We stayed one night and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is based on the weekly rate. This park is a very nice place to stay while visiting the Amarillo area. From the first inquiry phone call, to check-in, through questions during our stay the staff was helpful, pleasant and appeared genuinely happy to have you as a guest. The gift store is one of a kind and not to be missed. The park is kept very clean; there’s an indoor pool and spa; basketball court, tennis court, horseshoes, a putting green and a playground for the young children. Rules appear to be enforced. There are probably some longer term campers but they don’t stand out in the crowd. Animals were leashed and picked up after; speed limit is observed. Roads are easy to maneuver around. Sites are very nice, long enough for a big rig with tow although they do provide a little parking space on the side, in the back of the space. Cute, but we found it hard to get out the passenger side so just parked behind our rig. There are low wooden fences between each site, charming touch; everyone has their “space”. Almost all sites are orientated to have afternoon shade. Most have a nice concrete pad and all have picnic table. Utilities work well, electric is steady, water pressure is good but not harmful, Wi-Fi works great, faster than average. Park is on the west side of Amarillo, but close enough that everything is handy. Plenty of great restaurants very close. The park is on Business Route 40, freeway traffic noise is not bothersome at all. We heard no trains while staying here. We were impressed with this park and enjoyed our stayed here. We would not hesitate to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is OK. It's older and over all not attractive. Sites are OK, the dividing fence nice. But tight head room getting out. What is exceptional, however, is the gift shop attached to the office. What a surprise to walk in and see this! Also the small 'park' area in the center of the campground is nice. Four very small pet areas, but walking space just outside the park. The laundry is small and old. The managers are VERY NICE. It might have a nicer appeal when the trees are in bloom. It's quiet and OK for a stop over. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older park but kept up. Nice park area in middle of campground. Amenities - pool, exercise room, playground, -clean but showing age. Sites separated by short fence. Seems to be a lot of long term campers but their sites are kept up as well. Staff friendly and really nice gift shop. Stayed for a week and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice older park. Mostly pull through sites with small dividing fence and concrete patios. Nice, small, heated pool and fitness center. Good, free Wi-Fi. Large connected gift shop. Central area with fenced grass, a duck pond, and walkways with seating. Lots of long termers but all sites clean and tidy. Rate is weekly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is just ok. It is clean and fairly well kept with a nice store, tennis court and amenities. The spaces are very tight though easy to get in and out. The TL rating is much too high. There is nothing attractive about the site. Gravel with large puddles from the rain. Artificial turf at the site; no dog park. The attendants were very friendly. I would prefer not to stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Park is well maintained. Wifi & tv cable work great. Easy in and out. Site hookups are well laid out and defined by 3' fence around each site. Park was quiet. Will definitely stay here again. Pool appears to be nice. Rate is reasonable considering other options. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice place, but in my opinion is not as good as the others have said. My site was narrow and dirty. The tree needed trimming as it was in the way when passing by. The portico into the office looked like it was about to fall down; it was leaning and had chains holding it up. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love this park! It is immaculate and service is flawless! They have improved the grounds quite significantly since our last visit several years ago. We had a very short stay, but always friendly conversation. Late arrival with so much help from the office staff to be sure we had located the park. Ladies, make sure you have plenty of time for shopping/browsing the front store! Believe me, you will not be disappointed! Very friendly folks! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an excellent campground for an overnight or a longer stay. Sites are spacious and well laid out. Roads are asphalt and the site are all concrete pads. The laundry facilities are exceptional. Satellite as available from every site. (No trees.) Water, power, and sewer location are A plus. We use to enjoy a meal and great Margarito's but that feature has been discontinued since the campground has been sold to new owners. Hopefully the new ownership will reopen the little diner. There is an RV repair and RV wash service on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park one night, just passing through. I made the reservations several months ago from their website. I can tell you everything on their website is true. The place was immaculately clean and well kept. Our site was a pull-through and it was very large. My kids fished in the pond and actually caught several fish. We used the indoor pool and it was clean and the water sparkling clear. The showers looked as though they had just been cleaned and were modern. We missed going into the store. I do wish they had evening hours. This is by far the nicest campground we have ever stayed in and would come back in a heartbeat. Also, the folks in the office were extremely nice and full of good information. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Dusty, and reviews again did not state it was primarily full time residents. Only dog walk was bare ground, no bags provided and was on one side of campground VERY far from other end to get to. Did I say rock hard bare ground and it stank to high heaven in the 90 degree heat from the can full of dog waste. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed only one night but the staff was very friendly and the site was was clean and level. Had no trouble with the Wi-Fi at all and got several channels through the TV antenna. Quiet and nice, actually would stay again if we were coming back through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park. Large level sites and room to maneuver. It's quite close to I-40 so it's noisy. Although it's "pet friendly" it has a full page of "don'ts" and the fenced-in dog play areas are at the far corner of the park and dirt. Would be solid mud if it was rainy. We will probably stay somewhere else next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground with one huge exception. Great staff, extremely nice and helpful, and the sites are adequate. Good cable TV, long pull through and OK Wi-Fi. Someone’s observation; there was a strange stench in the air: didn't smell like sewer, but did have a farm animal smell, yet we didn't see any farm animals. That is a feedlot located to the west. When the wind is coming from the West this place stinks. We mentioned it to the desk person and he gave us a look like this: "Well if you don’t like it, go back East." What a hoot!! We think we will try a different park the next time or at least check which way the wind is blowing before we commit to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the most overated parks we have ever stayed at. The WiFi is terrible. Most of the time it doesn't work. The shower areas are terrible. No area to change your clothes, no privacy. The cleaning woman arrive at 8AM when people want to use it. The worst was the fact that the entire campground office is closed on Sundays: no one to talk to about problems. There must be better parks in Amarillo. This is definitely not one of them. Would not recommend this park to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall, this campground is nice. The people working here are extremely nice and helpful, and the sites are adequate. They did have a small little patch of faux grass for the dog, good cable, nice long pull throughs and so-so Wi-Fi. That being said, there was a strange stench in the air. Didn't smell like sewer, but did have a farm animalish smell, yet we didn't see any farm animals. This is our second time to stay here due to the ease of getting to it from the highway, plus they have a fantastic gift shop that would make the nicest boutique's jealous. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second time we have stayed here. Pull through sites are more than adequate. Nice, friendly staff. Store is great for take home gifts. Nice relaxing setting. Not too impressed with the swimming pool area. With it inside, it is more like a sauna. Putting green needs some work. All in all a pretty good park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites while small are level, have a picnic table and a fence to separate you from the adjoining site. The old west style isn't appealing to me, but everything is well maintained and works exceptionally well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here overnight for first time as part of a trip out West. We arrived on a Sunday so the office was closed, but all our paperwork was nicely labeled and ready for us. We had a large pull-through site which easily accommodated our 38 ft rig with a separate parking spot for the tow vehicle. We had a full hook-up site with a nice large concrete patio and picnic table. The rest of the site was dirt and gravel with just a small patch of grass. The whole area was very dusty but this may just be the nature of Amarillo. The cable TV signal was pretty good, just not a ton of channels. The Wi-Fi was kind of spotty, which may have been due to strong winds. There was a nice playground area, tennis courts, basketball court and horseshoe pits near the entrance. There were also two fenced dog runs with gravel and dirt. The central area of the campground features a small fishing pond with grass and small boardwalk area. It was nice to walk around in the evening when it finally cooled down. Our biggest disappointment was the swimming pool. It was indoor (fine) but surrounded by moldy, water-logged outdoor carpet. The whole pool area smelled terrible! There were two, what-appeared-to-be electronic, barbecue smokers inside the pool area that were full of grease and smelled horrendous as well. The whole pool experience was nasty! Within the same building, the showers and laundry area were very clean and well-kept. Not sure what happened with the pool, but it needs serious attention. Overall, the campground wasn't bad for an overnight stay, but we wouldn't want to spend days vacationing here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice, clean RV Park. We stayed 2 nights. The staff was very friendly, it was a little noisy from highway, but not enough to keep us awake. Lizzie Mae's Gift Shop is a wonderful place to shop and pick up souvenirs and other collectibles. We toured Palo Duro Canyon. Definitely worth a visit. We also visited Route 66 stuff such as the Cadillac Ranch and old buildings in Amarillo. We would stay here again and again when visiting Amarillo. Very easy on and off highway. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our 2 night stay was very good. The staff was professional and courteous. Each space is separated with a short picket fence so you felt like you had your own area. A large pad with pick nick table was at each site. A parking area was set aside for your tow vehicle (we did not have to park at the rear or front, although we could have). I was pleased enough to recommend this park to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is very nice. This is the first time we stayed here. Staff is very helpful and they have a nice gift shop-although very sparse RV supplies. Restrooms and showers are spotless as is laundry room. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second visit to this park. Since our 1st visit, it has gone downhill a bit. The sites have not been kept up well. Fencing needs new paint or finish. Many sites are seasonal and it shows. The showers behind the office had moldy shower curtains, so I went to the ones in with the pool. These were all in one: the shower drains into the entire room instead of the shower drain. Makes 2/3rds of the room wet. Other than these, the sites were large and the campground was clean. We came in late and they left good directions to the site along with Wi-Fi directions. Wi-Fi worked well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the nicest park we've stayed at in a while. The clubhouse and restrooms/showers are nice and clean. The store up front is amazing, full of wonderful gifts, and they have a catch-and-release fishing pond and water features, grass, trees, etc. The exercise room has great equipment. Most of all, the people running it are super friendly. They made me want to come back to Texas soon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are nice size and level. The fence between sites was nice. Easy in and easy out with our big rig. Showers were pristine. Laundry clean and $1 to wash and $1 to dry for 45 mins. Office staff very friendly. Lizzie Mae's store very nice. Some sites had a little grass, however our site and a lot of others had a little patch of astro-turf. We found only one little patch of grass to walk our dog on. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This turned out to be one of the better RV Parks. The sites are long and there is a wooden fence between each site. Most sites have a little bit of grass. All the roads and sites are gravel, but that wasn't a problem. They have a wonderful, huge gift shop with just tons of great things. The staff went out of their way to be helpful. They were great. There is a indoor pool which was great. They have a workout room, game room among other things. We definitely would stay here again if we come back this way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well-run, clean, quiet campground for a very relaxing stay. Easy access off I-40 with friendly and courteous staff people. Very pleasant grounds and facilities, large pull-through pads with plenty of room for slide-outs. You have your own little concrete pad for lawn chairs, grill, or whatever. Lizzie Mae's store is a must visit. Some of the cleanest and most modern showers we have seen. Clubhouse, workout room, storm shelter, putting green, catch and release fish pond, and courtyard for lounging. We only stayed one night passing through Amarillo, but it is a campground where you certainly could enjoy spending some time for an extended stay. If you are looking to eat a good steak while in Amarillo, we could certainly recommend Hoffbrau Steaks, which is just a short drive from the campgrounds. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A great park! We used this park en-route and back from a trip to Colorado. The sites are spacious (you have a little fence between the slots which gives you the feel of your own little haven), the facilities are clean, the pool and spa are indoors (kids loved it), and the staff was very friendly. Easy access to/from I-40 and US 287. We'd use this park again when in that area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was easy to get to from the highway. It was very clean, all the showers and restrooms were very nice. The indoor pool was really nice and a relief from the hot summer. There is very little shade at this park, but the staff was very accommodating and the park was very clean. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
When we first pulled into this park, I was surprised by the lack of shade trees, but I had to remember we were in West Texas, and there aren't many trees. We were here only one night so we weren't able to use all of the facilities. The indoor pool & hot tub were great. We used the restroom and showers next to the pool area. We were very impressed as each shower is set up as a private bath. There was some road noise at night because this park is only about 3/4 of a mile from the interstate, but it is also not as far from town as other parks. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Would be higher but for a little freeway noise and spotty Wi-Fi. We have stayed here before and enjoyed it. Good sites with fences and patios, but lots of dirt. Has a nice pond where you can catch and release, a putting green and other stuff. Good restaurants in town: love Rudy's and Rosa's Cafe carrot cake is great, not so much their food. Staff was very helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Love it, love it, love it!! Yes, the campground is dirt/gravel and would be a mess if it rained, but it has wonderful amenities. The showers were my favorite with a large "bathroom" complete with mirror, sink, toilet, and hot shower. It's very clean. The rec area has some arcades and ping pong. The indoor pool and hot tub were wonderful for the kids. Even the landscaping around was nice to the eye. The stream running through pulled a nice variety of birds to watch and hear. We'll definitely be back again! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is an amazing resort! We have enjoyed all the amenities it offers and are amazed at the cleanliness of the entire campground. The showers and bathrooms are extremely clean, the pool and spa are well kept and were a welcome refresher after a long day of hiking in Palo Duro Canyon. The sites are well placed and well spaced and easy to pull into. Set-up was a piece of cake, even for a rookie like me. I like the waist-high fences that separate each site: helps to give you a feeling of more privacy, since there are not many trees in this part of Texas. The park is located just outside Amarillo, so it gives you feeling of being "away from it all" but still having the convenience of many stores just a stone's throw away. You can hear the constant sound of the highway nearby, but for us, it really did not detract from the quality of this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park has easy late check in and level sites. Also has spotless private bathrooms and a good exercise room with two treadmills and a two universal weight machines. Not exactly Golds Gym but far better than most I've seen. Very good Wi-Fi and strong power. Nice lady working in the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent RV resort that fills up quickly so reservations are good idea. We selected based on earlier reviews and found everything as reported: excellent! We particularly liked the laundry facilities located in two spots for easy access. Each was very clean and offered several washers and dryers. Another plus is the beautiful indoor swimming pool. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here four years ago and upon returning found that it has really gone downhill! The inside roads were full of potholes and our site was muddy and in need of more gravel. Children were running and shouting as they cut through our site and dogs were off leash with no dog owners in sight! We were disappointed and do not plan to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice place, with very friendly people. Would stay here again. Convenient to I-40 but far enough away to avoid major noise. Waist high fences between sites give the impression of more privacy that is real, but still a nice touch. Has convenient utilities and stable power. There is limited cable TV, but additional over-the-air channels. Novelty store on site is a junk collector's paradise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, but it is west Texas. Drove here from Dallas in 40 to 60 mph winds. Park is level, and RV sites are multiple length so they accommodate different rig needs. Roads and sites are gravel and dirt. Friendly staff and cute novelty store. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV Park is on the West side of Amarillo. It is one of the best RV Parks we have been for size, lots of room. Excellent Wi-Fi, indoor pool and games room. The only down fall is that the interior roads are not paved and have little gravel. It had rained while we were there and they were wet and muddy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent 5 days here with a rally group and agree with the comments of the previous reviewer. Even though the sites are somewhat close, there is ample room for slides, to move around the coach, and to park a tow vehicle. The gravel sites are well maintained and level. The table area is on concrete. There are nice wooden fences between the sites which give a sense of privacy. We had heavy rain one day, but the gravel areas drained fairly well and standing water was not an issue. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice meeting rooms and quality facilities in excellent condition. Owners were on site providing quality service. Great accommodations for rallies. Large gift shop, knowledgeable and helpful staff. Traffic routing to campsites was good and it had quality site layout. Will stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed overnight here 5 years ago and would give the park a 9. This time we were disappointed in the condition. It needs a little TLC. The gravel roads and sites need to be resurfaced. It was raining when we got there. We and the dog had to fight muddy patches throughout the park. The park is very convenient and we will continue to return for overnight stays. If the park is re-graveled we would rate a 9. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here on the way home from Colorado. It was a very clean and neat campground. The staff was very friendly. The location was very easy to find, and we were able to travel on the loop and not get on the busy interstate. We plan to return to the park when we are passing through Amarillo again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This park is clean. The showers are clean. There is a nice game room. The hot tub was not working (when we were here). They have a nice gift shop: it is a little expensive but neat to look around. Located on the west side of town, close to all the eating places and the mall. It's a better place for pets than some other places I have been, but could be better. We stay here off and on because of the location and indoor pool. You are charged for children. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We arrived late, the office was already closed but the owner came by and checked us in. Can’t beat that for service. Internet worked well and is a secured system. There’s not a lot of room between spaces: each space has a little fence on each side to separate them and most have a concrete pad and picnic table. The restrooms and showers were clean and well lighted. There was an indoor pool, hot tub and a game room that would serve as a storm shelter should push come to shove on the Texas plains. There is a big gift shop in front of the campground with collectibles and gift items. The camp decor is great with a lot of eye candy. We enjoyed our stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived at 6:30pm and the office was already closed, so we had to check in and just leave a check in the slot on the door. I wanted to use the internet and there were no instructions left after closing, but I left a voicemail at the 1-800 number and a man called me back quickly and left the password and login information. We met several permanent residents at the pool, and they seemed very friendly. There is not a LOT of room in between spaces - each space has a little fence on each side of it to separate them, and most of the spaces have a concrete pad and picnic table on it. The restrooms and showers were very clean and well lighted. There was an indoor pool (with a lot of chlorine), a hot tub and a game room. There is a BIG gift shop in front of the campground with a lot of collectibles and gift items. We enjoyed our stay very much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly, large pull through sites. Restrooms/ showers were the best we have seen in all of our camping experiences. Indoor pool, hot tub and game room was above our expectations. Our stay was very enjoyable we stayed a total five nights with no complaints. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We spent a night here on our way to Albuquerque. The location was good because the west side of town is where all the "chain" restaurants, big mall, and etcetera are located. While I thought the campground was good overall, it highlighted issues in advertising and ratings in the RV guides (i.e. Trailer Life). For example, their ad states "Big Rigs Love Our Sites!" Well, I only have a 38 ft motor home, but (especially with the pick-ups parked in specific locations) found it tight to get in (if I wanted to avoid the low overhang) and make some turns. So, while big rigs can fit, I'm not sure that I would claim that they "love" the park. Also, Trailer Life gave the restrooms a 10*. While they were well-equipped and clean, age has taken its toll and it was the first RV park restroom I've every been in that did not provide some sort of privacy for dressing or undressing to get in or out of the shower. I would never give this type of setup a 10. I only used the wi-fi for a short time, but it worked well for that short period. We would stay here again. My wife also loved the gift shop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is yet another older RV park. We would not classify it as a 'resort'. Spaces were rather tight for a big rig, although lengthy enough for the rig and the tow. There is a great little gift shop. There are too many permanent residents for us to want to stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Tight quarters for maneuvering a big rig. Stay right at the entrance to bypass low overhang. If heading east on I-40 there are no signs to lead you back to interstate. Friendly hosts. Lots of lights in the park at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very good overnight, friendly staff and clean CG. Unbelievable gift store, I am not sure how they could sell enough to break even, it is incredible how much stuff is in there. Also the owner must love signs as there are signs everywhere in the CG. Specifically about dogs and where they are not allowed. Lovely center garden with water features although it is all fenced in and does not encourage you to walk in and enjoy. Also all the sites have picket fences separating each sites, although wide enough for our 4 slides, but still strange. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A so-so park. From the other people who had rated the park, we chose this one in Amarillo for a one night stay. It is not as fabulous as others have described. The roadways are rough. No one in the office on Sunday eve. The Wi-Fi worked good only after you dialed a number and ask for the password and ID. Anyway not a bad park, but I would not go out of my way to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a night. I could not help myself and went up into the turrets on the corners! Tennis courts, pond, fountain, walks in the center (no pets). Slots are narrow (but room for slides), with picnic table and some patios. There are separation fences. If you have time stick your head in the store. I imagine that this is a good park for kids. Good park but check out cautions below. Wildlife: Check out the ground hog action next door (abandoned factory just to the east). Worth a look just to see the action. Caution 1 – Web lovers – Recommend do not use the Web form but call for reservations. Caution 2 – GPS users - Call for directions – Address maps to several wrong locations in town. True location is out west of town past Loop 335 (Exit 64 on I40) and actually on old root 66! Caution 3 – Tow vehicles / low clearance - there is a deceptive entrance and clearly folks scrape tow hitches etc. Come in slow and at an angle. Caution 4– Tall Rigs - Registration has a 13 foot rain port. Drive to the right and you can bypass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and well kept park. Nice grassy park-like area in center with fountain, "stream", and sitting areas. Tennis court, putting green, etc. Really nice gift shop (but that may cost you more than the site!) Sites are close together but each is divided by a short fence. Not much in the way of shade. Reasonable price of under $30 with senior discount. Easy access to I-40. BUT, some may be bothered by continuous I-40 noise a couple hundred yards behind park. However, it is far enough away to be not too bothersome. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A really neat campgrounds with plenty of activities for the family. Indoor pool and hot tub along with large modern game room all in one building. Beautiful craft store on site for spouse and within walking distance to Gander Mountain. Grounds include a stocked fishing pond and beautiful water stream throughout the park. Sites are large and divided be a small privacy fence about waist high. Staff gave extra attention to detail to include their GPS coordinates in confirmation email knowing the GPS address was incorrect. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overall very good, sites were level and adequately wide. Friendly staff and nice store on the grounds. Prior comments were negative to available dog walking, however, there were nice grassy areas at the front of the park and along the adjoining road, the roads are gravel so walking to the grass does require walking over those. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park with level, hard gravel sites. Nice pet walk pens and plenty of grass for pets to do their business. Nice laundry with large washers and only a dollar to wash and a dollar to dry. Very nice pool. Good park lighting. Leave an empty Liquid Propane (LP) bottle out and they will refill it and return it to your site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great hospitality. Although the campsite was limited, the facilities were superior. They have private showers which was very nice. If you have dogs, there is not much to do. There's a park 3 miles away if you're up for a drive, but the park itself has limited exercise area for bigger dogs. If you have a small dog, you'll be fine as they have small dog runs. We stayed a couple of nights and had pizza delivered to our RV. This was a nice accommodation after a long day of driving. These folks don't work on Sunday, so if this bothers you, you might want to think twice about staying here. It didn't bother us! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park, and were so impressed with the creativity in design of the sites and amenities. The pull-through sites were angled perfectly, and separated from one another by a board fence and small garden for each site. Laundry was inexpensive, clean, and convenient, bathrooms sparkling clean, indoor swimming pool was sparkling clean. Workout room was equipped with 2 treadmills, bike, weight machine, and free weights. Hot tub was being moved to a spot in the pool building while we were there. There is a whole new rec building with a generous basement game room which doubles as storm shelter. Family owned & operated, with a great deal of pride. Convenient to Amarillo new and old. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There were lots of activities to do on at the Fort Amarillo RV Resort. The kids especially enjoyed the stocked catch and release fishing pond. They have an indoor swimming pool and a few arcade games. A very nice store and gift shop. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites were small and gravel but level. Most were pull throughs with some back-ins. There were fences that divided the sites and there was a small cement patio and with a little grass. Landscaping around the center of the park was very nice. We would have given a better rating, but it is not a very pet friendly park. There are some dog runs, but they are dirt and that is the only place they want you to take them to walk. There are "no dogs allowed" signs everywhere. We would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed 3 nights and were very pleased. The fishing pond was great entertainment for the kids. The staff was very friendly and the store was amazing. The only down side was the limited grassy areas for dogs. Great location to restaurants and shopping. We will definitely stop here again if in Amarillo. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Just a touch-up for 2008. (Rate was with a Good Sam discount.) I rate this park as a 10, something I’ve done only once a year since we started traveling in 2003. I agree with all of the previous positive remarks and none of the negative ones (the sites are plenty wide enough for 3 slides and an awning, and if you don’t like desert dust then don't visit a desert). However, I see in the reviews no mention of the new building at the north east corner of the park. It houses a large indoor pool – heated to 85 degrees – a soon-to-be installed spa and showers/restrooms that are so sparkling that I initially thought that the floors were wet from a recent cleaning. When you enter one of the six restrooms you get your own shower, vanity and toilet: just like home. Our original plan was to stay for two nights, but this place is so nice we twice extended for another night. The caring and helpful owners are changing the motif from grassland to rockscape with various cacti, which to me seems totally right. Not sure we’ll ever be back in this area, but if we are, we’ll sure as heck go out of our way to stay at Fort Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park to spend the weekend in Amarillo, close to great shopping and good food. The gift shop is something to see and it keeps the wife busy while I get the rig settled in. Nice pet area, 4 stalls that are lit. Easy entrance and exit. The lots are separated by a little wooden fence and have concrete porches, gravel and some need a little leveling after the rains. Decent cable tv and wifi can be slow at peak hours. Stayed here 3 times and will stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice camp, but narrow spaces. It seems dusty to an Easterner, but it's sort of in the desert, so it's to be expected. Very convenient to stores and restaurants, right on 66 and very close to I-44 and I-27. The store and indoor pool alone are worth a visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had a group of 14 RV's staying at this park. Very clean and quiet. Had a Texas BBQ provided by the owners for $8.50 per person with live entertainment. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. We stayed a week & very much enjoyed the indoor pool & fitness center. Most sites are gravel pull thrus with a small privacy fence between sites. WiFi, CATV, Phone included. The park is designed like an old western fort complete with lookout towers at the 4 corners and is well landscaped & maintained. They have 4 dog pens about 40 x 12 where you can exercise your dog off leash. They also have an exceptional gift shop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Privacy fences on each side of site with table and some grass, nice touch being in the desert. Modern convenient hook-ups with easy in/out. Good areas for dogs. Great store in front. Watch overhang at entrance - 13' max. This is our second stay here and would come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice RV Park whether you are staying for an overnight stop or for a few days. The folks that run this park are very nice. My youngest son had his 9th birthday during our stay, and he decided he wanted to have his b-day party here instead of at Gaddie's Pizza Parlor. The owners had no problem with this (since it was only us, Grandma and Grandpa and his Unlce and Aunt) and and even gave my son a "magic show" under our awning. I would HIGHLY recommend if you are coming thru Amarillo, and need a place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a tough time deciding between this park and Amarillo Ranch and are we glad we chose Fort Amarillo. It was easy to get to and quiet even though you could see I-40. We had a long pull through with a cement patio. We used the indoor pool and enjoyed that a lot. Their gift shop is superb! Worth the stop for just that, but we did enjoy all of the other amenities. We highly recommend this park for a visit to Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was another overnight stop, made on our way home. This place was crowded, but offered much more amenities than we required. Our site had a small tree and picnic table. We showered in the big shower/restaurant facility. It was very nice. We didn't use the pool or hot tub (again, it was late), but they did have a lot of very nice amenities. We did eat at the free continental breakfast the next morning. They had a first-rate store on site. Restaurants and gas were close by. It was just off the freeway (without seeming near the freeway), which was what we needed that night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here for 7 nights since we were taking our daughter to college in the area. It was a very clean "RV" park. The people were very friendly and when we had trouble with our new RV, they really tried to help in any way they could. This sites are mostly pull-through and plenty long. It isn't a "campground" but a "RV park". The one thing that I didn't like was the internet. My husband and daughter could get on fine but I couldn't. I could get a connection but couldn't sign on and when I did, it would boot me off. The campground owners told me that it happens sometime and gave me a number of their provider to call. After two phone calls to them, they finally told me it was my computer. WRONG. Since I would take it out of the campground to a cafe and have NO problems what so ever. And have now moved on to other campground and didn't have a problem. Internet was VERY important to me since I was still working. Maybe they need to upgrade to wireless "G" instead of the old fashion wireless "B". I have read some of the other reviews and I am not the first person to have this problem. So if internet is a priority, don't take your chances by staying here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After reading many comments on Amarillo campground we chose this one. We must be crazy since we did not agree with most of the high rated comments. The park is friendly and clean and the little oasis in the middle is well maintained. But the campground is mostly dirt and gravel with small strips of grass. They have slated wood fences that separate the sites making one feel closed in. The highway noise is evident. If you have a pet like us, everywhere you turn it says, no dogs. We will not return to this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, not new but being renewed. Attention to landscaping detail is wonderful and the park is owner operated. They know their stuff! The gift shop is a shoppers dream and would and does stand alone without the campground. We will stay there again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The RV park is all gravel and there was a great deal of standing water at our site when we arrived. We couldn't even find the sewer hook-up. The park was quiet throughout the night. The staff was fabulous!! We got lost upon arrival and one of the ladies "talked us in" to the RV park. The store is unbelievable!! Great selection on souvenirs, etc. It was great for an overnight stay, even though it was wet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great RV park. It is made up to look like an old west town; there is even a catch and release fishing pond. Each space has it's own little stretch of grass with picnic table. This is a great place for couples, families, and folks with pets. The showers are basic, but clean. Watch out for the store though! It has all the cute things that wives like to buy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access off I-40, but that also means there is a lot of highway noise. Clean park with wide gravel driveways and many pull-thrus. The bathrooms are clean, but there are no private dressing areas once you get out of the shower. Kitschy western theme with an impressive gift shop. Good place for an overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice, with gravel driveways, and the longest pull thrus I have seen: I did not have to unhook my H2 from my 45' motorhome. Lovely family in office, and charming store. Great spot to stay going East or West on I-40. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Entrance to campground good with large area to park to register at office. Very friendly and efficient office staff. Access roads around campground wide and well maintained. All sites are gravel with concrete patio some (the older sites near office) have grass and flower beds as well. Good infrastructure including a lovely garden area with catch and release pond, trees and a waterfall. Four good dog walk areas. Although not far from the I-40, road noise was minimum. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place to hang your hat on the way from here to there – you may even want to stay a day or two. This is a large, well-designed park with the most delightful “office/registration desk” I’ve ever seen. It is nestled in a huge, two-story, RV gift & curio store – the décor is warm and woodsy complete with an inside waterfall! They have an amazing assortment of gifts, clothing, candles, toys & western goodies – it can literally take hours to prowl through all the treasures on both floors. (speaking from personal experience). The majority of the gravel sites are pull-through and separated by privacy fences. We had ample room for our 37.5’ 5th wheel & 1-ton dually parked end-to-end. Sites have picnic tables, instant-on telephone connection, free wi-fi (good signal) and 14-channel cable TV. The park offers free continental breakfast on the weekends in their hospitality room. The sites surround an elaborate, wonderfully landscaped park with paths, footbridges, a rock fountain, benches and a catch and release fishing pond. We’ve been here twice – once for a week-long stay and once for an overnight, you can rest assured we’ll be back. We highly recommend this park both for its amenities and its casual, friendly ambiance. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a unique RV park in terms of amenities - the "catch and release" fishing pond is cute, and the landscaping of the center of the park is a very nice touch. We got in after the office was closed. Even though we made online reservations late Friday night, they are closed on Saturdays and never got it, so we arrived and picked a spot. Even though I read a previous review on this site about the new router in the east side of the park, I forgot about it. My bad, as they say. We couldn't get wifi in our site (#21) and had to stand outside or go sit in the commons area to get it. When we did, it (the west side router) was very slow. Might stay again, not sure. We're working, not vacationing, so wi-fi is very important to us. That's the only reason I didn't give this park a 10. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground was a nice two night stop for us as we wanted to visit Amarillo and Palo Duro Canyon. Park is clean and they have down a lot of landscaping. Sites close to the office are the most developed as we were place farther away (due to business) and site was just a large graveled pull through with no picnic table, grass or slab. Would have preferred a site with the patio or grass pads, however, we did not make a reservation. It looks like the owners, who were very nice and helpful, are continuing to develop park. Laundry was clean, cable TV was basic but good picture, and WIFI was excellent. Owner told me he had place a second router in the east side of the park and it was as fast as being at home. We enjoyed our visit to Amarillo and this park. One final thing, don't hesitate to call the Big Texan for limo service to their restaurant. One reviewer called it a tourist trap and it certainly is - we were tourists and had a delightful evening. They gave excellent service - picked us up at the time we requested. Had a 30 minute wait for a table (not bad on Saturday night) and a good and reasonably priced meal. Also got to watch 2 young men try to eat the 72 ounce steak. Upon leaving the restaurant, they had four limos waiting to take guests home. Both drivers, to and from, were friendly and informative. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners were very friendly. Spotless indoor pool and hot tub. A nice game/rec room, good-sized pull-thru sites, each with a privacy fence. The grounds are kept spotless and feature extensive landscaping. The Wi-Fi service was outstanding and comes at no additional charge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was beautiful and staff was very friendly. They had a little man made stream running through the park. Sites were nice and wide. Wireless service was excellent. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this park to be quite nice. Each pull-through site has some grass (unique in this part of the country), a tree, small privicy fence, and convenient hook-ups. The park is fairly new (3 years), and has a "ranch" theme. Friendly staff and very clean, well maintained. Graveled interior, but not much dust. Pretty wide spaces. Space was level, we didn't need leveling blocks. Would definitely come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice overnight stop. Road noise minimal. Nice facility. Would rate higher except for lots of pot holes in interior roads and the material that is used for the sites (some type local rock-dirt) is very messy when wet. Sewer hookup in hard to get to spot. Would use again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners & staff are extremely nice, friendly & helpful. A short privacy fences is between the sites. Updating is constantly being done as we had stayed her 6 weeks earlier. The young trees will eventually provide shade at each site. At this oasis in the middle of the Texas panhandle, a continental breakfast is served Thursday, Friday & Saturday mornings. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new RV park and shows a lot of promise. The sites are gravel and level, but that's about it. We were in the new area so the only thing at the site was a patch of sod. The older sites had a picnic table. We were too far away to receive the wifi signal. They are building a pool, but it wasn't done when we were there. They did a nice job on the landscaping around the common areas and the play area for the kids was big. There was a huge store that sold souvenirs, but no RV supplies or food. Again, this park shows a lot of promise, but it may take awhile to get there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The sites here are adequate sized and easy to get in and out. The management is friendly and they try to keep the place clean. Its a good place for an overnight stop and if I had business in Amarillo I'd stay longer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an OK place to stay although I wouldn't call it a resort. It presents as being a little rough around the edges. Interior roads and sites are gravel on hard dirt. There are lots of puddles after a rain and everything gets a little dirty. Each of the pull-through sites in the area we were in were very long and each had a side yard with grass. Some also had a concrete patio and all sites were separated by a clapboard-type fence. There is no landscaping around the sites. The common areas in the middle are reminiscent of an old west town and if you think of the whole place along those lines, it works well enough. They do offer some nice amenities like complimentary breakfast, on-site phones and free WIFI. Access from I-40 is convenient and there is no road noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Gravel and paved sites/roads, kids attractions, on Rt 66, nice Texas stuff store, easy to
get in/out We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Clean park with uniform sites and FULL hookups. Fancy country gift store. No trees, but
that's Amarillo! We were actually 5 miles from a tornado and had hail damage to our motorhome, but the owners were incredibly helpful through and after the
whole thing. Shuttle from Big Texan can come pick you up! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Great stop over park when traveling Interstate 40. We stopped for one night and ended up staying for two. While I-40 is close by, it is not bothersome. Easy access sites and very friendly accommodating staff. I will visit again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Easy on/off I-40 @ Soncy, on the west side of Amarillo. Not too much interstate road noise. Large, privacy fenced gravel sites, some with concrete patios, others with grass which is nice for your pet. Pet walk area with pick-up bags provided. Well stocked gift shop. The nicest park in the Texas panhandle. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This is a new park which recently opened. It is on the west side of Amarillo just off the interstate. The trees are new so there is no shade yet. We stayed for a couple of days and the place was quiet and restful. The owners are very nice and the place is very well kept and very clean. There is a free coffee and cereal and doughnut breakfast in the morning. It has a nice gift shop up front. The sites are level and very large with plenty of room to pull around. I believe they had cable but was not positive so I did not check it above. I would stay here again when passing through
Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. Large concrete pads and easily accessed with large RV. Pool was nice and clean. Loved the pizza and wings that are available at the front office. Only downside was we didn't have water for 6 hours. This occurred 2 out of the 7 days we were there. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great place. Yes, one day for a little while we smelled "cattle". We stayed for 5 days and only had a faint smell 1 day. The only draw back is lack of shade but this isn't the only place we have stayed that had no shade. Employees are great. They cook pizza and wings which was great for the first night we arrived. Wonderful large sites. Cement pads. Pool was clean and fine. We enjoyed the visit and would gladly come back again. We visited the Palo Duro Canyon while we were here which is a must see. Also convenient drive to Lubbock. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Huge sites! Trees are small but coming along. They had a major water leak while we were there and had to shut water off for a couple hours. Very apologetic about it. Wonderful clubhouse with clean showers. Great spot for overnight. Big pull-throughs. Limo service from Big Texan to there. Yes we would give them another shot! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I like the campground facilities. However, during two visits, separated by 10 days, the foul stench from cattle feed lots was pervasive. The wind was from south and southwest each time. I will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Huge park with huge spaces, but no trees. Quite a stark area and Hot! Pool was old & had lots of insects in it. When we checked in we were told there was no water, but it would be fixed in a couple of hours. The next morning after we packed up & were ready to leave, we found out from a neighbor that water had just started working! Management never went around to inform people of the water situation! We pulled out with dirty dishes and no showers! Will not return to this place! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great place when traveling on I-40. This makes 10 - 12 times we have stayed here. Would give a 10 if WiFi worked better. Helpful people at desk, but no escort to show you your site. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place to stay in Amarillo. Clean restrooms, so so wifi, large easy-in pull thrus. Nothing scenic, but what is in the Panhandle. Will stay there the next time thru Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our park of choice when passing through Amarillo. We appreciate the level, long and wide paved sites, and the very clean private shower rooms. Nice pool and spa and there is also an adult-only spa. Unfortunately, neither spa was hot enough. Small clean reasonably-priced laundry room, but not enough machines (two were out of order). On a previous trip, the smell of cow manure was overpowering, but it wasn't bad at all this time. No picnic tables, but not much of a problem as it was too windy to sit outside anyway. No shade. Internet was generally OK and the cable was adequate. Nice people in the office. Convenient to shopping and restaurants. Very convenient off and on I-40 but far enough away for highway noise to be minimal. Grounds are very well maintained. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
You probably won't find a nicer camp than this one, when concerning level, fully paved and very large pull through sites with well maintained gravel side yards. The grave/rock side yards are smart in this area of TX, where the wind blows hard most of the time and the gravel keeps the dust down. Facilities are excellent and the price is fair for what is there. I would have liked a picnic table, but the wind blowing at 25 MPH would not have let us use it any way. I give this a nine, only because it out in the middle of a flat barren land, which lets the wind really hammer the coach. Staff very friendly, and you can have food delivered to your door. Would stay here again, but doubt I'll "ever" drive this part of the USA again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff here was very helpful and attentive. The facilities were fine. That being said, we could find no trace of an "Oasis" anywhere near this park. The wind blew to the point where we had to pull in our slides, and the sand was blowing around like we were in the Gobi desert. Of course, this is no fault of the RV park, but a little grass might help (some parks are paved, this one is all sand). Not a good experience for us, but again the staff and facilities were fine, it was just the wind and blowing sand. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff at check in was very friendly. The pull through spots were wide and long. The showers and restrooms were clean. We would definitely stay again. Very easy on and off the freeway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful park. It is a newer park, so the trees are only about 8-10 feet tall. Clean, clean, clean. Hook-ups are staggered so you feel like you are not right on top of your neighbors. The roads are paved, the sites are concrete and very long and very wide. Our site was level as could be. We would stay here again in a heartbeat. Easy in and easy out! We never did get on their WIFI, but the park was so nice we gave them a 10 anyway. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Well laid out park with cement pads and paved roads. Easy utility connections. Very good water pressure, very good wifi although park was fairly empty, very good Verizon signal. Clean and neat and extremely efficient check-in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of space with large pull-thru sites. Not a great view and the wind howled throughout the night of our overnight stay. But the utilities were good, the staff was friendly, and we could even buy pizza in the office. Although a few miles outside of town, this is probably the nicest park in Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In my years as a fulltime RVer I have never found a RV park with a better layout than this one. All sites are on very large and level concrete pads. Electrical was strong and Wi-Fi stable and fast. Easy access from I-40, but far enough away to avoid road noise. Restrooms, showers, and laundries clean and scattered throughout park. We will definitely stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects weekly stay/discount. Good facilities, well designed/maintained park. Restrooms/showers very nice. Good site sizes and roadways for big rigs. Easy access from interstate. Some road noise but not intolerable. For visiting the Amarillo area, this looked to be the nicest park for the money. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Off interstate so very little road noise. Long pull-throughs accommodated our 63' length with ease. Level paved pads. Friendly staff. Motorhome buried a la Cadillac Ranch is fun photo op for kids! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. We used to stay here $20/night for two nights plus a third night free. Oasis Silver Cards are no longer valid. The park has changed ownership and is now priced as indicated. The sites are more than generous. There is a fenced dog area for the pups. Highway noise is not an issue although it is most convenient to I-40. Wi-Fi was up and down causing us to resort to our Verizon MiFi for service. Winds can be fierce and drifting smells from the nearby feed lot into the campground. We will definitely stay here, just west of Amarillo, at this nice park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nothing fancy but a great place for a short stay. Very nice staff and you can order a pizza and hot wings when you check in and by the time you get set up they're ready. Level sites and easy hook-ups. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Probably the nicest sites/pads we've ever experienced. The only complaint we had was the traffic. People drive way too fast throughout the park without repercussions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
We stayed just one night and was very happy with the facility. The pads were very level and large, we had a pull through. This is a very large clean nice campground. Not a lot of areas to walk the dog where we were. We would like to come back in the warmer months. Some new building going on, it appears they are adding restrooms or showers. Looks like they have a large swimming area and a nice children playground, everything was covered with snow. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. Easy access to and from I-40. Exceptionally level concrete sites and paved roads. Nice grassy area (unfenced) for dogs. Showers/restrooms are clean and well-maintained. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We didn't notice road noise at all. They do have an exercise room and spa which we have not had a chance to try yet, but plan to do so. Cable TV and WI-FI work very well. It is marked, "under new ownership" so possibly some complaints I saw in other reviews have been remedied. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Perfect for an overnight. Friendly check in. Safe and clean with up to date hook ups. I am a light sleeper and asked for a quiet site away from the freeway, and they put us in the furthest row in the back. I slept great. We did not use the restrooms. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a return visit for an overnight off interstate 40 and it met our needs; although, the park is showing some wear & tear since our previous stopover two years ago. We liked the level site, 3-Piece private restrooms, good cable and WiFi. Yes there are residents living there, but it was peaceful on a Saturday night. We would stop here anytime. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park has easy access off the I-40 and is big rig friendly. We have been coming here for years because its the only acceptable park in the area. We were met by friendly and informative staff. Our site was on the north end closest to I-40. We had to zig zag thru the isles due to large coned off sink holes in the drives. We noted many asphalt repair attempts that are failing along the way to our site. The sites are all level concrete with the utilities in the right spot. Our electrical didn't work, but our second site all was good. Our evening walk revealed the park has succumbed to the poor economy, not only its lacking maintenance but the permanents out number overnighters 10 to 1. The stuff being crammed into sites, construction equipment and there supplies, furniture, and the blue tarps are many. Why the office bothers giving out park rules at check in is beyond me. The wind does blow - only stopping long enough to change directions, you do get the Freeway noise. Wi-Fi is good. Verizon good. The park is not the Oasis it used to be. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed this park. The sites are level concrete and the hookup pedestals are new and conveniently placed. Wind is your constant companion at a rate of about 10-15 MPH. Located off I-40 about 5 miles west of town, it offers a great place to stop, a friendly office staff, and lots of wide open space(es) for your RV. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is not really a resort nor a campground, but it is a great overnight location. The sites are large, pull-through and level. The Wi-Fi actually worked! (rare it seems). The electrical pedestal was new and everything worked as expected. I was overnighting here while traveling through TX on the way to CO and it was a great experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
About 5 miles west of Amarillo, this park is fairly new, all paved roads and concrete sites/patios. Quite busy, many long-term campers, sites well kept, and no highway noise. There's a pool and a hot tub at the Rec center. Use the frontage road to visit the "Cadillac Ranch" just down the street (it is unique!). We didn't find the cattle odor objectionable, but then we like farms and animals - didn't seem overbearing though. The only thing that did bother us was the constant wind during the day, and the campground can't be faulted for that! After touring the area and seeing the other campgrounds around Amarillo, we'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park itself is very nice with wide pull-through sites, easy access from I-40 and the office staff are very friendly. There are no picnic tables or fire rings because it is usually too windy for outside activities or to use awnings. It would be a ten, if not for the inconsiderate pet owners and the lack of policing by management. Our front lot had about a week's worth of dog feces in it and we saw similar disregard for the pet waste rules while walking through the park. We would have enjoyed opening our windows for the fresh breeze, but for the odor. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Roads are black top and sites are all concrete and level. Bath houses are in excellent shape and clean. There is plenty of room to maneuver a big rig. No trees, but every place in this area has no trees. Park staff is great and they have a Pizza Parlor with excellent fresh made pizza. Large was $12. You can call one in and they will call you when it is ready. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was just an "overnight stop" on our way home from Colorado. Needing a place to spend the night, we saw their sign from the highway (Interstate 40, just west of Amarillo), so we pulled into their property and were immediately impressed with the size (huge) and cleanliness of the park. The sites are big and dead-level concrete. Power, water and sewer hook-ups were perfectly situated and in excellent working order (looked new!). While there are few-to-no trees, the park is attractive nonetheless. The restrooms/showers are extremely nice - large and clean. Oasis is just far enough off the road to be very quiet. Although brief, we enjoyed our visit and will surely be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been to this "resort" before. While the sites are still paved and level, the roads wide with easy turns - the park is in need of some general maintenance and TLC. Cable TV was fuzzy, sites are full of weeds, roads are getting pot holes. There are a lot of "permanent" units with lots of associated paraphernalia. Next time we'll pick one of the other parks in Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate shown is with Good Sam discount. This is a decent overnite stop. Nothing to write home about after that though. Staff was welcoming and efficient. Good electric and cable TV. This park is much better than another park we stayed at in Amarillo. Will stay here again when we pass through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our 3rd or 4th time stopping here while traveling the country. This time we stayed 3 nights. Price is with our Good Sam's card. Sites were level pull-throughs. Office personnel were friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level concrete sites with relatively wide paved access roads. Easy access from highway, but far enough away to avoid most traffic noise. Good drainage during heavy rains. No shade. Power, water, and Wi-Fi OK. Cable pretty much unusable, but close enough to pick up decent HD signals over the air. This would have been an 8 except for the "eau de barnyard" that was present whenever the wind blew from the south which was pretty much all the time we were there. We'll look for another place next time we're in Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had not stayed here for two years. Still very convenient to Interstate. Still a great facility - large pull through's with concrete pads, and I will stay here enroute regardless of my review just for convenience if nothing else. Check in people were very confused and could not figure how to use the credit card machine. Not rude - but not helpful either. They used to have a pizza and wings delivery service to your rig. Still have the food but they no longer deliver, and when we got the pizza it was like ice cold cardboard. Terrible. Also they have a LOT more permanent campers than my last visit including a guy with a permanent OUTSIDE dog cage and a full weight set on his space. No longer has a good feel. 10 for convenience - 5 for the rest. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park. Level concrete pads. Good utilities, clean and well maintained. Office staff was great. We stayed here to visit Palo Duro Canyon on our way to Montana. Not too many options. Right off highway. Noise was ok. I'd give the place a 8 or 9 if not for two things. 1. The smell in the local area. Stockyards and landfill to the west. Wind blows to the east. They can't help it and the locals don't mind it but we did. Now that we have seen the second largest canyon in US we probably would go another route to get back to Austin on our way home. BUT if you're going to the Canyon it is a good option. 30 miles away. Might be something closer but we didn't see it. #2 reason for not coming back, Internet was AWFUL. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for a FHU 50 amp pull-through site with GS discount. Roads and sites paved, the concrete pad was long and level. The park is open so had excellent satellite reception. Park Wi-Fi signal was excellent. This a large park located near I-40. The access to and from the freeway is easy. We picked this park due to its proximity to Cadillac Ranch, so we only stayed for one night but it is perfect location for that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped overnight in this park. It was very clean and well kept. Although there were not a lot of trees, there was plenty of space between sites for some privacy. The concrete sites were level and accessed easily. The staff was courteous and very helpful; the price was reasonable. We've stayed at other campgrounds in Amarillo, but this was our best experience by far. We will definitely stay here again if we have the opportunity. Because of the cleanliness, the price, and the helpful staff, I rate this a "ten." We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has physical facilities that are hard to beat, and the location is right off I-40. Roads and sites are paved and level, and the hookups are very well located. There is plenty of room. The fact that this park is located in the middle of nowhere west of Amarillo doesn't detract from its utility as an overnight stop. Access from I-40 could hardly be easier. We will likely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large campground with wide roads and large, level, cement sites. Minimal landscaping so place looks bare. Wi-Fi was spotty and cable not too good. Office staff was responsive and friendly. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We've been stopping here for the past 4-5 years. It used to be $20 a night and everything worked...hot tub, cable, internet. Now it's almost double the price and nothing works!! No hot tub available when we were here, snowy cable, and slow internet. How anyone can give this place a 9 is beyond us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the kind of park that looks really good to a tired driver at the end of a long day on the road. The highway is about one half mile away-so the noise just seems like faint white-noise to me. The staff is friendly and does a nice job with this place. My only beef is some of the "long-termers" drive too fast and have very loud vehicles. Otherwise, perfect, unless you've got to have a picnic table. This was our second visit and we'll stay again anytime we're on I-40. We'll probably even plan our trip to make this a stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a wonderful campground. Large, spacious, and clean. Very easy to maneuver around and easy to park and set up. Since it is a littler further off the freeway we didn't think we would hear the freeway noise, but we did. Not enough to discourage us from staying here again. We stayed overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy on & off freeway, lots of room for big rigs, good WiFi, ok bathrooms. They certainly do not enforce the speed limit. You can hear the freeway but it's easily drowned out by some of the screaming kids that obviously live here full time. There are plenty of bikes, trikes, big wheels and scooters to go around just make sure you don't run over one of them that are left in the roads. Pool was not working, I get it because it is early May but why not the hot tub. Priced to high for what it is. With that said if I were to pass by again I would use it for a overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 2nd time here. VERY big rig friendly. Clean. Easy access to I-40 with Loves at the corner. Perfect for overnight or just a few days to check out Amarillo. Negatives are the sites have no picnic table, fire ring or BBQ, and some I-40 noise which the a/c easily drowns out, but sites are all paved and level with lots of space for putting out your slides and parking. There are temporary workers who tend to be clustered in their own area. Check out Abuelo Restaurant while in the area; it is awesome! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is just outside of Amarillo, going west. Located near a Love's Truck stop if you need fuel for the RV. We stayed here in 2011 also and returned because of how friendly the staff is and right off I40. Very clean, nice grass for pets along the fence wall. No traffic noise, but can see I40. They have a restaurant but only had some wings and they were good. Going back east you need to drive about 4 to 5 miles and will find plenty of dinning. Wi-Fi has been greatly improved since our visit in 2011 and very happy that we had great Wi-Fi in 2013. Highly recommend the park and a stop down the road to see Cadillac Ranch on the same side of the Resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Windswept, flat, open, no shade. Awesome bath/shower in individual units with HOT water and good flow. High intensity Wi-Fi connection and they'll even make a pizza for you. I'll stay here again next time in the neighborhood. We camped here in a Motorhome.
RV park is convenient to all of Amarillo. It is clean and the staff are very friendly. One of the features is they let you wash your RV on your campsite. This is something that is very important for those of us who just drove over a 1000 miles, much of it in the rain, getting to this point. This was our second stay and we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I really like this RV park. It has large level sites with good hook-ups and is very quiet. The staff is friendly and efficient. There are seasonal RVers here but its not a problem. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nightly rate is based on the weekly rate we paid of $180. Sites are very long and wide, and level concrete. The park doesn't have picnic tables, but has a "patio area" on the pad for chairs and such. On site propane refills available, very friendly staff, pizza place on site, and quiet. Close to the freeway (can see the freeway from the sites), but can't hear the freeway noise. We WILL come back here again when in the area! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
New owner since our last visit and some of the services no longer exist. Restaurant is not what it once was, not much menu to offer. There are no trees in the park but the bushes are just beginning to bud for spring. Sites are pull thru with lots of room and easy access to the utilities. Cable TV was good and HDTV on the air stations were strong. Restrooms, showers and laundry rooms very clean and the laundry loads are $1. The wind blows here, a lot, enough to muffle the noise from I-40 most of the time. Staff is friendly and helpful and this is a good place to stay for a while, or over night. Each sites has a patio pad but no picnic tables, still lots of room to relax and enjoy. Lots of places to go and things to see in and around Amarillo. We would definitely stop again when through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Definitely big rig friendly, as other reviewers have noted. Nice wide roads and sites with long, wide concrete pads. Plenty of space between sites as well. Maybe it's just where we were located, but the Wi-Fi kept "going away". Usually, we just had to reconnect but sometimes we couldn't. Never got our cable TV to work -- and never reported it, so our bad. We were in the back near the long-term residents. Too may barking dogs, kids on bikes and screaming parents for our comfort level. There is road noise from the interstate that is only muffled when the wind is up - which it was - a lot (Texas, not the park's fault). Gets no marks for beauty - no trees or any plants in sight. It's a decent enough park for a night or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Destination Park in the rural Texas panhandle just west of Amarillo.. Easy well marked access off I-40 close to many attractions in the area. Friendly office staff. Good paved interior roads with level concrete, long sites with room to maneuver. Lots of room for slides. No picnic table or shade trees. Utilities conveniently located and worked properly with good 50 amp service. Good free WiFi. Strong cell phone signal. Good cable TV and off air signal. Clean showers and laundry rooms. No plane, train or traffic noise. We have been coming here since it was new and its beginning to look a little long in the tooth. Pools are drained, clubhouse closed and restaurant barely an afterthought. Interior roads need patching and the park needs general maintenance. Lots of full and long term residents with all the debris that comes with a “trailer park”. Despite the minor changes since the park opened I will return , while traveling I-40. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites at this park are large with plenty of room for big rigs. The sites are very level also. Good Wi-Fi. Good choice for a over night or visiting Amarillo. I will use this stop on future travels through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Love this park! Paved roads, large concrete pads with plenty of room. Great for a big rig with tow. Everything is clean, neat, staff is very friendly, and helpful. We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Good location. Far enough away from I-40 as to not hear it. Sites are incredibly large, concrete, level, angled, pull-through. Verizon 4G area. Good Sam discount. Have stayed before and would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Wide, level sites, paved roads, well maintained. Nice grass for dog walking. TV and Wi-Fi worked well. Spartan looking - needs 15 years for trees to grow. Would have rated an 8, but Spa not working and no mutt mitts in dispensers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park, well laid out and nicely maintained. Site have easy access and a long, level concrete pad including patio area. Did miss having a table. Strong cable and Wi-Fi. Nice shrubs but no trees. On the downside there was a bad smell which appeared in the later evening; I wasn't sure where it came from. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Found out about this place by seeing the sign at the exit of an RV resort in Gallup, NM. Apparently this is a 'sister' park, and it definitely lived up to the good experience we had in NM the day before. Our site was fully paved and very level. The late-night check-in was simple-- just pick a spot and go to the office in the morning. It was quiet, a little road noise from I-40, but nothing that kept us awake. It was a clean, convenient location to button-up and get moving again the next day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy to get in and out of the park, convenient to I-40, services and shopping in Amarillo just a few miles away. Located in an agricultural setting, very clean and well organized park with level concrete pads, reasonable space between sites and wide asphalt roadways within the park. The services worked well, are well placed and easy to hook up. The grounds and buildings are very well presented and maintained. We stayed one night and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Was going to consider giving an 8 ~ big paved sites, decent Wi-Fi, close to freeway but far enough that you don't hear it, beautiful pool and spa area (although closed for the season), and decent staff. However, after walking the park a number of times, decided on a 6 due to lots of permanent residents, loose dogs, dogs left outside in kennels, kids shoes in the road, residents walk right through our site with their dog. I saw quite a bit of hair in the shower stall, etc. Stayed here in large rig, and would stay here again, but just want to be sure everyone is clear on what they can expect. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Am so glad we took the advice of RV Park Reviews over Trailer Life and stayed at this park. We have stayed at other Amarillo parks and this one is the best. The entire park is big rig friendly. Sites are large, level, and concrete. Utility access is very convenient. Check in staff couldn't have been nicer. There are 3 bath/laundry houses scattered through the park and more facilities in the large pool house. They are individual restrooms with a large tiled shower. Lots of water pressure and hot water, not to mention spotless. Was impressed with the ice freezers located at the bath houses - large bag of ice for a $1; you left payment in a box. During the season the park has a restaurant, off season they cook pizza and wings. Very good! A large fully loaded pizza was only $12. The pool and large spa were closed for the season but there was a clean and warm spa still available. The park is located a few miles west of town in an agriculture area. There is a Love's station about 1/4 mile from the campground entrance. Only negatives would be a bit of I-40 noise and there are a few long term residents. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice place to spend the night while traveling through Amarillo. The park is large and clean with lots of room between the sites and our site was perfectly level. The cable and internet worked perfectly and the staff was very friendly and helpful. There were some trailers there that appeared to be more permanent and most were clean and neat but one had trash bags and toys all around it. I'm not sure why they allowed this when the rest of the park was so nice. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We chose to stay at this park based on a recommendation from a fellow RVer, and it proved to be the nicest park in the area. It is about 10 miles out of town, but that means it is quiet. The park is fairly new with paved roads and sites which are very spacious. The bathrooms are all individual and the whole park is very nice. The staff was exceptional. We had great pizza right on site. Cheap gas is just down the street. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Exceptionally clean, well planned out park with plenty of room for big rigs. Looked like every site was paved; no gravel, pretty level. We would stay here again; felt very safe. However, this is in the TX panhandle; if you're looking for scenery it's not here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very well-designed park and, at $29, was one of the best values we have seen in 11 years of full timing. Very easy highway access and no noise pollution. Asphalt streets are wide and easy to drive; pads and patios are flawless concrete, so be sure to pull your jacks clear of the asphalt and lower them on the concrete. Water and electrical power were excellent. The streets are laid out at an angle so you do not even see into your neighbors coach. Width of sites is very generous. Staff was well trained and "Texas Friendly". There is a free limo service to the world renown "Big Texan Steak Ranch," home of the "free 72 oz steak if you can eat it all in 1 hour." Our 45' bus was very happy here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Oasis has taken on the qualities of a permanent trailer park. We observed many permanent trailers, kids toys littered outside, and barking dogs at all hours of the night. Upon check in, the clerk offered the CATV listing with many exceptions to the quality of reception. We never found a WiFi signal during the few days we camped there. The park is beginning to show wear and tear. Hopefully, the park will find a new owner to turn things around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large level concrete pad sites with paved roads surrounded by stone. No shade (maybe in a few years). Clean bathrooms and laundry. Large grassy areas to walk dog, but no dog park. Quite a few long term/permanent campers, but not much noise. Far enough from interstate. Very convenient to see Cadillac Ranch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
GOOD: easy access off I-40, huge wide/long/flat sites, utilities, TV/Sat reception, great dog run area, price, location to Amarillo attractions. BAD: there are a LOT of work-campers who leave early in the a.m. in loud trucks, really bad fly problem (but we were near the dumpsters), several long-terms who have extremely loud motorcycles and like to ride them around the park (?!), some highway noise, especially when the wind is out of the north. We stayed for 10 days and would stay again. BTW, the other area RV parks are even closer to the freeway. This is a great overnight park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very good for a week or so. The sites are level cement, very wide, and have gravel on the sides. There are no trees for shade and so the satellite signal is great. Fuel is across the street. The park indicates WI-FI, but I showed only one tower on the South end. We were on the North end of the park with no signal. The other odd thing was that there was a restaurant/pizza delivery that wasn't open any more, but they advertised it as open. No help or just no business, but they should take it off the flyer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always enjoy our stopovers at this RV park. Sites are level and spacious, bathrooms are spotless, Wi-Fi strong. Just far enough off of I-40 to be quiet at night, but close enough for easy access. We have stayed here several times, and plan to do so again in the future, because we know we can count on a quiet evening and a great shower after a long stretch headed either east or west on I-40. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is always our overnight stop when traveling in this area on Interstate 40. The sites are huge, level, and concrete. The park is so large, and has so many sites, that we never need to make reservations, we just pull in. Check in is easy. Everything works. There is plenty of space to walk my dog. The only down side is that the few trees are much too small to provide any shade. We will definitely stay here again the next time we are passing through Amarillo. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stay here regularly when traveling through. It's got to be the easiest access and parking just about anywhere, and is CLOSE to I-40. Oodles of room; you can pull through and leave your tow connected without a problem. It recently changed ownership, and the prices are a little bit higher, but still low. However, there is no on site RV service like there used to be. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Oasis is always our Amarillo stop. While it is in the process of being sold, it is still clean, level, good water pressure, good electric, and the manager is very helpful. It is so large, we have never had to make a reservation. We were late coming in 2 times on this vacation, so we just picked a spot and paid in the morning. Our price reflects Good Sam 10% discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is clean and the folks are friendly. However, the park is in the process of being sold. The current owners could care less about problems and the future owners can't do anything. The restaurant does not exist, although it is advertised. The Wi-Fi is sporadic at best and extremely slow. The Oasis RV Maintenance no longer exists. If these items are no longer available, they should not be advertised. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy well marked access on the south side of I-40. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Most sites are long pull-through level concrete sites with concrete patio. Wide paved interior roads with gravel between sites . Plenty of room to maneuver. Traffic noise is minimal. Utilities conveniently located in a modern box and worked well. Restrooms/showers are well maintained, clean and complete. Wi-Fi and cable worked well. We have stayed here several times and the pool and Jacuzzi is always an issue. The pool was open but the Jacuzzis were drained. The restaurant offered a full dinner but now it’s only pizza. However there is every national and local fare a few miles east off I-40. This is a great park for an overnight stop or a long term stay. We will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Despite reviews that say otherwise, the resort seems to be in fine repair, up and running very nicely. It is a lovely park and the pool and clubhouse are open. The all concrete sites are level and very clean. Staff is friendly and helpful and the best bargain on ice in town. The only short-fall is marginal Wi-Fi. Verizon connection worked very well. The location is very easy on and off I-40 and there is minimal road noise. This was our second stay and we will visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is just off I-40 just pass a Pilot or Loves truck stop convenient for fuel. We've stayed here since its inception as one of the Diamonds of I-40. The park has paved roads, extremely level concrete pads, and excellent utilities including good variety cable. The Wi-Fi was no better than weak anywhere and generally lousy unless you walk or drive to the office to use the main antenna where it's acceptable. The showers and bathrooms are scattered throughout the park, are clean, and serve a triple purpose of tornado shelter and laundry. There is a restaurant in the office which has good ribs and other food in season and some fast foods out of season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a Resort. Park has gone downhill considerably since we first stayed in Oct 2010. Park no longer has wi-fi because the owners did not pay the bill for the Internet connection. Park is in caretaker status right now because of pending sale, so no maintenance is being done. Pool and spas are closed; no workers to enforce rules. Kids wander the park without supervision, RVs speed and go the wrong way on roads, dog owners do not pick up after their pets. Several abandoned FEMA trailers are on the grounds. RV repair and wash services are closed. I believe this situation is temporary and will try this park again after the change in management. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. The pool facilities weren't open this time of year. Very close to the Cadillac Ranch and The Big Texan will send a limo to the campground and deliver you to and from their restaurant free of charge. Plenty of bathrooms and showers. If I had a complaint, it would be that the check in procedure took a little time because they had one poor woman handling everything, including cooking made to order pizzas. Very pleasant despite her stress I must say. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with easy access to I-40. Some road noise but not bad. Paved roads and level concrete sites. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. Water pressure high, to us the water had a weird taste but we are used to well water. No escort to your site but they are plainly marked. Friendly staff. This park is very clean. I certainly hope that rumors of it closing are wrong, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As the last poster said they were going to shut down in February but the owner found a buyer and is in the process of try to sell. However the restaurant is closed, it looks as thou the watering has been stopped, the services for RVs has been stopped (all signs are down). Hope they can at least keep it open, it is a good overnight stop even with out the amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV park. Nice office staff. I called and was going to arrive after hours; the lady told me about after hours check-in. Showers clean. RV Park clean. I think most were pull through spaces. I will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice big, level concrete sites. Very clean restroom and shower. Good Wi-Fi and cable TV. I would definitely stay here again. Unfortunately, the clerk that checked us in said the owner was closing the park on Feb 1st. Hope they keep it open as it was a great place for us to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great place to stay overnight. It was right off of Interstate-40 and easy to find. The sites were huge and level and concrete. The bathrooms were immaculate and there were private bathrooms, each with their own shower. The two camp workers I talked with were really friendly. There was a nice little store with some RV accessories, and a cafe with pizza and breakfast. This is not too far from town, but not within walking distance of anything. I guess you could hear the freeway traffic but it didn't bother me at all. The park had lots of RV's, including some long-timers judging by the camper next to me, but I never heard or saw anyone other than the camp workers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a first class park and we stay there every year on the way south. Easy pull throughs. Easy check in and a nice club house The Wi-Fi worked just fine. This year there seemed to be more semi permanent residents, but everything was kept neat and attractive. Closeness to I-40 is not a problem. A great park for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy well marked access from I-40 on the west side of Amarillo. Well maintained newer park in rural setting. Large paved interior roads with well spaced concrete pads. Small (3ft) trees in the gravel areas between sites. The pads were a plus since we arrived in the rain and did not have to contend with mud. All utilities worked well and were accessible in a central tower. A restaurant with limited menu on site and several immaculate laundry/toilet/shower buildings in the park. Would have given the park a 10, but the pools / Jacuzzi were closed. Quiet park with several long term residents. Close to all the chain and local restaurants in west Amarillo. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the one of the best parks we have stayed in. Super large paved sites, concrete pads, and very well maintained hookups. Propane on site, even pizza, wings, beer restaurant on site that also serves breakfast. They also have an RV wash on site. Can't say enough good stuff about this one. Stay 2 nights get the 3rd free and standard discounts applied as well. Friendly and helpful staff. Close to the city, straight off I-40 just down the road from Cadillac Ranch. You have to go past a Love's to get to it, so gas/diesel is right there without going out of your way on the interstate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had to wait until now (2/12) to review this park because of the 90 day waiting period on this site. We stayed here on our way to and from the Grand Canyon in October. As most reviewers have mentioned, the facilities (large cement FHU pull-thrus with cable and at site WIFI) are very good. Unfortunately it is too late in the year for the pool and other amenities to be open. As with our stop two weeks earlier, we were just ahead of a (dry this time) cold front - it was maybe 70 when we arrived in the middle of the day, dropped to the 40s right after sundown, and was in the 30s by morning. If we ever get back here again I hope it is in nice weather so we can enjoy this fine park for a few days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground. Very easy access from highway and very quiet. It is about 4years old and looks brand new. There are no trees for shade but that was okay as we did not have to worry about room for slides. We will definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV park. Pristine clean, friendly, hassle-free check in. Only reason I didn't give it a 10 is that there is no shade (it's north Texas, after all). 30/50, cable, working internet level cement pad - all for $27.00, including a 2 for 1 ticket for a full breakfast in the morning. Recommend highly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Been stopping here for several years. This is the first time it was more than half full. I'm glad to see that people are seeing the value of Oasis RV resort. We stayed for two nights to fully prepare for several days of dry camping at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta. Did the laundry, filled the tanks etc. Don't you just know that, in spite of the Texas drought, we get here and it rains all day. Timing is everything. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is just off the freeway, but far enough off that you don't hear most of the highway noise. Very clean, and wide spaces, all paved, and close to shopping and restaurants. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time here in 3 years and we stayed only on night due to our schedule. We were here the day a cold front came through and the area (most notably south around Lubbock) had a massive sand storm. The 50+mph winds made enjoying the park more than impossible. As most others have noted, the park has very good sites, facilities, and amenities. There are 3 separate bath/laundry buildings. The laundry is currently $1 per machine. The cable is about 50 channels and the Wi-Fi worked OK for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our favorite park in Amarillo. It is by far, the best park you will ever encounter for $24.00 per night. All concrete, level pads, paved roads, nice facilities and amenities. Wonderful for the price. If only all parks were like this one! We return at least once per year and will continue to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our fourth time staying at this park and we were a little disappointed. The Wi-Fi did not work at all. We were told when we checked in that they were waiting on the tech and I guess they were still waiting three days later when we left. The park does have a restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with a basic menu of items. The parking sites and roads are concrete and level. Our crank up antenna was all that was needed to pick up the local channels although cable is provided. There are not enough trees to interfere with your satellite. I see that some of the reviews have complained about the wind. This park, and almost the entire middle of the USA is part of the Great Plains and occasionally there will be high winds. This is not a park problem and there is nothing they can do about it. This is like complaining about rain. The laundry facility is neat and the equipment worked fine. The staff at this park is friendly and we always stay here on our ventures out west each year. It always gives us a chance to take care of any maintenance issues and to wash our coach if needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate in-house 3 night special. Easy access off I-40 at Exit #60. Most sites are drive through, concrete with 30/50,W/S/CATV and patios. Restrooms/showers/laundry stations in 3 locations. Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and coupons offer discounts. There are full RV services on site. Staff is excellent and handle issues immediately. Sites are large, the roads wide and paved so movement is easy. Utility stanchions are located at mid-point on the site. There is no shade here and the wind blows most of the time so awnings are at risk if left open. The week of our stay daytime temps were 90's and nighttime low 40's. This is a very pleasant place to stay short or long term. Shopping is 5 or 6 miles east. If we pass this way again we will stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a large park located off of I-40 on the west side of town. The access is very convenient to travelers on I-40. The sites are all concrete pads and the roads are all hard surfaced. The electric and TV hookups are on very nice pedestals and easy to access. They serve a very good breakfast and evening meals at reasonable prices. The restrooms and showers were clean and very convenient and the Wi-Fi signal was very strong. The park has many amenities but does lack shade trees. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We stayed in this park as we were passing through on I-40. It's about 1/2 mile South of I-40 off exit 60 and approximately 8-10 miles West of town. There are a lot of restaurants nearby and the park has an RV service center and a restaurant also. It's a new park and is kept in near perfect condition. Paved roads and paved level sites that are all pull through. The sites are approximately 75 feet long and 40-50 feet wide. Lots of grassy areas to walk your dog. Staff is helpful and very nice. Definitely a good value for the price. I would have rated it higher but the cable TV was poor and the Wi-Fi didn't work. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent Park! Great for Big Rigs...EZ in EZ out, paved roads concrete sites very clean good Wi-Fi VERY Friendly staff. On site restaurant very good breakfast. Would stay here again. Rate denotes pay for 2 nights 3rd night free. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For the money, you can’t beat this park, which is located approximately 10 miles west of Amarillo and about a half a mile south of the interstate. The entire park is paved and each site has a level, cement slab. All or nearly all the sites are pull throughs with complete hookups and the entire park is big-rig friendly. This park is no longer affiliated with Camp Club USA, but the price is just a dollar or two higher than what we paid last year with CCUSA. None of the sites are far from small buildings that house laundromats and individual private restrooms, which were immaculate. There are plenty of grassy areas to walk your dog around the periphery of the park. What more could you ask for? We’ve not used them, but the park has on-site RV repair and RV washing services and a restaurant. We’ve been RVing for about six months each year for the last four years, and this is by far the nicest park we’ve stayed in for under $25 per night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very lovely RV resort. Everything is new. The sites are very nice, plenty of room. The pool is nice, but it was very cold. We couldn't stay in it for very long. The spa was luke warm. We were told something had broken and they were trying to fix it. The cable TV didn't work. When we reported it, they sent a man who said he didn't know anything about the cable TV. He brought a old piece of cable and tried to hook us up to the site next door. No site worked. He said it was our cable TV connection even though it worked fine 3 hrs. earlier. It also worked fine at our next RV park. We were told the cable co. was working on it; also was told no one else had a problem. I looked around at the other motorhomes, most had their antennas up or they had satellite. They also say they have onsite RV service. No more, they have a name of someone who might come to service your RV if you can get him to call you back. All-in-all this park looks great, but could use some fixing. This park is very easy on and off RT. 40. There is a truck stop right at the corner, but we probably would not stay here again unless we were traveling though for 1 night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow! Customer service here is great. The park is handy to I-40 on the west side of Amarillo. It is immaculate. There's every amenity a traveler could ask for that's passing through or who's planning to stay a couple of days. There's a restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner and there's waste bags for dogs. The spaces are mostly big pull throughs and we are enjoying our stay here. Sites are level and concrete and with nice landscaping. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I don't really ever rate anything as a perfect 10, but this place is close to it. It's new, so no shade for another few years. It has easy access from the interstate, so easy to maneuver around, all sites are completely level, concrete, each with it's own nite light. Perfect for getting into and setting up. It is huge, and most of the time you can more or less choose where you want. Pet friendly with plenty of grass areas, and pick-up bags. No matter where you park, there is a nearby, impeccable restroom building nearby, 4 or 5 on the property. Each private, lockable room has it's own toilet, sink, and shower: amazing. The pool is next to the hot tub, but an adult hot tub is nearby. Cable and Wi-Fi is 10/10. Onsite restaurant, cafe is so convenient when you're beat from driving and don't want to cook in or drive out. Texas is cattle country, so if you can't bear an occasional whiff of cattle, don't come to Texas. (I'm a Canadian so it's normal for me.) This park is everything you could want, for whatever size and style of RV you're using. We will definitely stay here if we are anywhere near Amarillo. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here for an overnight. Park is very clean, long wide, level concrete pads. There is a constant "feed lot odor" that was unpleasant. We like to sit outside after a long day on the road, and stayed inside due to the odor. OK for an overnight, but certainly not a destination campground. We will look for a different park the next time we go through Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this RV park, it looks very nice mostly cement. No trees but lots of wind. There is nothing to block the wind and with the wind you get the smell of feedlot. The people are not friendly at all, in fact the big owners were down to help out for it seems the friendly ones had been fired. Be careful to not pull in close to midnight wait till after midnight. We got there at 11:45 and was charged for a whole day. They say a day is a day. We will not be going to this RV park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The good : Nice long, wide, level concrete sites. Very easy to maneuver. Bathrooms individual and clean (although a bit odd as the shower and sink were new but the rest was rather old). Good rate for a night. Staff very friendly. The bad: Road into the park is very uneven. Cable was fuzzy. Water pressure low to the point we had no water in the kitchen sink. Wi-Fi iffy at best. We used our Verizon phone for internet access. Near constant noise from the interstate. And, not that they have any control over this ... extremely windy. We pulled in both driver side slides for fear the awnings would tear. We probably would not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
At first sight, a very nice park. Good size sites, big rig friendly. But: Electric is not properly wired at some pedestals. First 2 we tried had an open ground, so our surge guard would not let power into the coach. Water pressure was very low. Air bubbles at times. Wifi did not work our entire 3 day stay. Cable TV is very poor picture quality, and many channels listed are no longer available. We would only use this park again as a one night stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
50amp electric, water and sewer were good. Water pressure was about 40psi but they were having a problem with their water well, so pressure was very low for a while. WiFi at our site was moderate. We used our Verizon Air Card which was very good so we didn't need their WiFi. AT&T cell phone 3G signal was very good. Sprint Air Card was weak. Cable TV was viewable but snowy and washed out compared with our DirecTV which was great. Sites are wide concrete and asphalt with gravel all around the site and level. No trees or grass. Lots of room between sites and they were long enough to handle large RV's. Roads inside the park are asphalt and concrete and were easy to drive on. The road to the park from I-40 is asphalt and a bit wash board, but easily passable. Laundry is the stackable washer dryer for RV's or apartments and the cost is $1.00 to wash and dry. Restroom and shower is combined in one room which I like. Makes them more private. They were nice, modern and clean. We stayed for a week. Their discount is stay 2 get 1 free. A previous review stated that they smelled manure from somewhere. We did not experience any bad odor at any time. The only thing that we experienced was high winds, which is normal for this time of year. Our weekly cost was $120 which is quite affordable for such a nice campground. I traveled to all the local RV parks and when we are in this area again, this is the only one where we will stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The price reflects the "stay 5 nights, get 2 nights free." All paved roads with large concrete pads. Only one we saw in this area. All others are dirt. Most sites are pull-throughs. The restrooms are very clean. The hot tub IS hot. The pool is nice but needs some attention. They have a restaurant which is open every day but Monday. We did not eat there. We feel the prices are a bit high. The hostess was very nice. The laundry is NOT free as it says on their website but only cost $1/load. We would like a picnic table at our site. The park had water problems the entire time we were here. It did become very annoying. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This would have been a solid 10 except for the incredibly bad stench of cow? manure wafting in on the wind. I don't know if this is a usual thing or just because of the wind blowing from a particular direction but it literally made my eyes water. It did come and go while we were here, maybe it's seasonal. I was told that in Texas, this is the "smell of money." If so, I'm glad I'm poor. Other than that, this park is PERFECT. They currently have a "stay two nights, get another free" deal going. Incredibly wide, very level paved sites with expanse of gravel and occasional plantings between sites. No picnic tables or shade, but they have planted some small trees. Excellent utilities, cable, wireless. Very nice people at the front desk. Book-swap area. Bathrooms/showers were private and spotless. Laundry was cheap and very clean. There was a work-out room and a very nice pool and spa and a separate "adults-only" hot tub in an area by itself. Very restful. There is also a restaurant, but we didn't try it so can't review. Easy access off I-40, but far enough away so there's not much highway noise. Out in the country, but convenient to Amarillo, the Cadillac Ranch, Palo Duro Canyon and shopping. Would definitely stay here again but would hope for less "smell of money" next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our second time to stay here and we were not disappointed. The sites are all pavement, huge and the most level of any in the U.S. No need for leveling here. Big rig friendly and helpful staff. They prove that a beautiful park with great amenities can be provided for a very reasonable price. We wish all parks were this great. The only reason we cannot give a 10 is because there is no security gate. However, this is a rural setting and seems very safe. We highly recommend this park to everyone and we will stay over and over again in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Third visit and first since 2009. Still a great overnighter or more. Really easy in and out. I liked the RV repair availability on site but the new building really doesn't match any other buildings and the half buried RV (their version of the Cadillac Ranch) didn't do much for me. But it still is a great park for an overnight or longer. Regarding the wind: You are in west TX on the plains and wind happens. They do have a wall around the park and that helps some. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right around the corner from the Cadillac Ranch, and close to Palo Duro Canyon, this jewel of a campground is easy to maneuver, easy to park, and easy to hook up in. Being a full-timer, we've seen over 100 parks. This is among the best. My only disappointment was that the pool and hot tub are not open until Memorial Day, even though it was in the 80s when we were there in April. We'll be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park looks as if it was designed by someone who had RVd for years. It has so many good features and can handle any size rig with ease. The repair shop was not open and we did not eat at the restaurant, so can not evaluate. Quiet, clean and we would stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very convenient access from I-40. Lots of space. All paved streets and concrete pads. Well placed utilities. Stayed here in big rig with a tow. Have stayed here several times. It is outstanding for convenience, space, ease of use. Almost a ten, but has no shade or wind protection. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Everything is paved; blacktop roads and concrete pads. All the pads seem to be level (like most of the land around Amarillo!), and the utilities are excellent. The park is located on the west side of Amarillo, with easy access to I-40 (not much freeway noise). The park operates a small restaurant (mainly pizza, chicken wings, etc.) and the food was OK (would rate it 5 out of 10). This is a good place to stop while traveling on I-40. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All roads paved; sites concrete with concrete patio. Fairly new park. On-site restaurant; on-site RV repair (didn't use). Offers discounts with Jewels network. Negative is the drive into Amarillo, about 10 miles. Helpful staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We called during the day to get a spot for a late arrival, and the woman on the phone couldn't have been more pleasant and helpful. That was an indication of how nice this park is. We rolled in here around 11:30 pm, picked a pull-through spot, hooked up and fell asleep. It is very quiet, immaculately clean with level concrete pads, featuring lighted power hookups. It is just perfect all the way around. In the morning, used the individual bathrooms which were spotless and well-stocked. Breakfast was all you can eat for one low price, ice on the honor system...just the best place to roll in and roll out, and if you're spending time in Amarillo, this is THE place to stay! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Price reflects Silver Oasis discount. We stay here regularly when traveling along I-40 and noticed the 20% jump in price. They still offer the stay two nights and get a third for free. Our last encounter in November we had a slight problem with our gray tank valve and called the on-site service. The tech was going to order a part but ended up getting it dislodged and in probably 10 minutes or less then presented us with a bill for $100 -- way out of line in our opinion since they are right on site -- so beware the service call charges before you ask for help. I have also had it with the RUDE dog owners who fail to pick up and park management that tolerates it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest RV parks we have run into. Easy access from the interstate, large pull through sites, and friendly staff. They even let you wash your rig on your site. They also have a restaurant and RV repair in the park. Nearby is the Cadillac ranch which is a must see. I highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is ok for overnight and is a very good location for visit to Palo Duro Canyon. Cadillac Ranch is just up the outer road so bring your old spray paint. Take the time to go back toward town to Blue Sky Texas for awesome burgers rather than take their recommendation of eating their pizza. It isn't that great. For all the good recommendations, we were a bit surprised at how indifferent staff seemed to be. No TV station list, lounge area smelled of smoke that seemed to be from workers. Worst for us, as was noted by past reviews was amount of dog waste everywhere. Although we bring our own, noticed that dispensers for bags were empty. You only need to step in the wrong place when walking after dark to realize just how important it is for owners to be attentive to this. We could have stayed a third night free, making the rate, $18 per night, but we decided to move on. We will likely look for a different park next time through Amarillo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While we only stayed here one night, I'm not sure I would rate it a 3 like the former people did. We didn't eat any pizza since we expect it to be bad. We have our own wi-fi and satellite TV, so that wasn't an issue. And the hookups on our site worked flawlessly. This park is all blacktop roads that are wide and nice. The site pads are all concrete with landscaped areas in between. We do have a dog, and did pick up our droppings. We didn't have any left over droppings on our site from previous guests, but I agree that that increases the yuck factor on a campground where that is a problem. We will still stay here in years to come because it is set way back from the road and not noisy, and for the most part a clean experience as compared to the other alternatives around the town. We have stayed on the east side of town before and did not enjoy the airport and its activity one bit! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose this place after seeing so many positive reviews. Our experience was nothing like what others have posted about. On the plus side: the road noise wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Spots were big and easy to get into and mostly level. Roads are paved and sites have a concrete pad: which is better than other places in town. Now here's why I couldn't give it a good overall rating. Our connections didn't work (water sprayed everywhere and there was no water pressure). There is dog waste EVERYWHERE in the grassy areas. There must be thousands of piles. I don't think anyone has cleaned up after their dogs in months. We were tired after a long day of driving and ordered a pizza from their restaurant. It was literally worse than a grocery store frozen pizza. It was nothing more than a cracker crust with bad quality cheese on top that was microwaved. The smell in the air on this side of town is just awful. Don't plan on leaving any windows open for ventilation. Wi-Fi didn't work at all (and we were in between the clubhouse and front office). Cable TV was fuzzy on most channels and some didn't come in at all. We ended up using our antenna because we had better reception than cable. Overall: you get a nice easy spot to pull into and that's about it. We've had better night stays at Wal-Mart parking lots (at least their food is better), and they're free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second time here. This is a wonderful park. Spots are paved, flat and huge. The only thing it lacks is trees and shade which is not a big deal for us. WiFi was spotty which is why this place did not get a 10. Have food at the clubhouse but all we tried this trip was pizza which was good. Stay 2 nights and get the 3rd night free which is a good deal. They have on site RV repair, propane, and RV wash. Staff is very friendly. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Others are right. There is no shade, but if you have ever been in need of a good clean place to stay with a great RV tech/shop and extra clean services with good reasonable food for $20.00 nightly, this is the place. Paved roads and concrete pads. If I ever return to the area, i will call ahead for a reservation just to make sure I can stay there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice RV park. We have stayed here five times before. Asphalt roads and concrete pads. Hookups are easy to use. Food at the clubhouse is fairly good. Have eaten pulled pork, pizza and breakfast. Laundry is only $.50. Can't give it a 10 because the WiFi and cable TV are poor. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a wonderful park. The only thing it lacks is trees and shade. Nice laundry. Stay 2 nights and get the 3rd night free. They serve breakfast ($7. ea.) and dinner ($12. ea) and a free drink the night of your arrival. They have on site RV repair, propane, and RV wash. Staff is very friendly. We would definitely stay here again. Our little poodle got sick, and I called the office for a vet recommendation an employee called her daughter who has dogs to get me the name of the vet she uses. They also have a small store, book exchange, pool, spa, exercise room. Spots are paved, flat and huge. We camped here in a Motorhome.