Located 5 miles off I-20 so it's very quite, peaceful, and dark at night. Location not marked very well. Only 1 other RV here. 50 amp power and water worked well, didn't see or look for a dump station but there could be one here. Rooftop dish and Verizon cell and hotspot worked. CG is large paved circle with several gravel "roads" zig zagging throughout. Sites not really marked but very roomy so finding a site was easy with only 2 RVs here. Pay the $10 fee at golf course office 3 miles away. Great deal for $10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Although a little of the beaten path for an over-nighter we were pleasantly surprised by this park. Granted, we stayed here the end of January and had the entire park to ourselves. The manager personally came to us for registration (rather than having us go to the golf course) and was very friendly. It's true that there are no clearly defined sites which wasn't an issue since the campground was empty, but I can imagine it could be a problem in the summer or during their busy season. Since we stayed just one night we had no need to use the restroom, so I can't comment on their condition. We did walk around the grounds and hike up the hill to see the lake and watch the sunset. For $10 w/ 50amp service it was a great value for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very small park that needs some upkeep. There are no definite pads to park your RV, looks like you can park where ever you want around the electric pedestal. The facilities are not keep up, dirty, and not working properly; there are no showers. The biggest complaint is how dirty the campground is - littered with trash and broken glass. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you have a travel trailer or smaller 5th, this place is OK, only OK. Sites are dirt, not level and not at all suitable for a NICE motor home. Owner was very nice but this place is a 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. Only good for one overnight. You don't want to spend any time here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We parked here because all other parks were full and a storm was predicted. The manager was friendly and helpful. The bathhouse was unusable - both restrooms and showers. Parking was tight. Only good for an essential overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For an overnight spot, it's OK. Payment is on the honor system. There are no office hours. Billboard says "lower rates" but when you fill out the envelope, the lower rates are scratched off and a higher price is hand written in. Swimming pool needs some attention as does much of the campground. The floor in the showers are squishy, probably floor is rotted. No shade, but then again most of TX has no shade. We would stay again if passing through, but not for an extended stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the best park around Sweetwater. The one in town is so tight I could not get my 38ft 5th wheel down the inside road. This is a bare minimum campground. The sites are wide enough to put out an awning in most places. It is old and not in good repair. It is under new management and they are trying to improve the sites. The new 50amp boxes are in very good condition. The sewer is a long way to the rear. Water pressure is about 40psi. Sites are on what was a grass field. They are pretty even side to side and acceptable front to rear. Wi-Fi is not real strong through out the park. Verizon Air card runs strong, Sprint is barely acceptable. Restrooms and showers are not ones I would use. Swimming pool is small, but not to bad. At this time there are a lot of Construction crews in this park and anything else around due to the Windmill farms being built. We stayed the weekend but would not want to stay here much longer. The WASP Museum is nice and the Allen Family Style Meals is a great place to eat a family style meal. Don't miss it. I would stay here again while on the way to another destination. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are scattered over the campgound, but dispersed so you are not close. First electric we tried had open ground, but the one on the other side of the pole was good. Managed by the city and had a very friendly host on site. Great little park for an over night or a few days. We will come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The manager at Sweetwater RV is an amazing, pleasant credit to this very poorly maintained park. Lots of low hanging trees make it very marginal for class A RV's. There are also loads of active fire ant mounds. Fifty amp service is correctly wired at our site, but none of the open spaces in the campground have covers over the sewer lines. This is an overnight stay. Would probably look for alternatives if possible. Tolerable for one night...yes. Preferred...not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small older park. Could use some attention. Owners are friendly and it worked for an overnight stop. Many long term resident sites, but they are reasonably well maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is simple, great for a one night stay. The woman that runs this park is so sweet the bees leave their honey. The steak house behind the park is a do not miss, amazing steaks! Kmart and Walmart are close to stock up for the onward trek. Wi-Fi is free and fast. If you walk around outside be prepared for the evil Texas ants. Several permanent residents but everyone has been very kind. This is not a park for the country club set. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed two nights at this small RV park. We were in a pull-through site that accommodated our 36' rig with 4 slides. Owners/managers were very nice and helpful and lived in a mobile home on site. Their office hours were 3pm to 7pm, but they have an answering machine you can leave a message. Our call was returned promptly. Our only complaint was the man next to us, who appeared to be a resident, talked on his cell outside and was yelling at the person whom he was talking to. This happened both days early in the evening. Otherwise, it was quiet a night and we weren't disturbed. We would stay in this park again, but only for 1 or 2 nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a tight, little, older park with mostly permanent residents. The owners are friendly and helpful. Big rig capable depends on how big. Our motorhome plus toad on a dolly is 60 feet and we took up the whole slot with almost none left over. Trees, when they get leaves, will be attractive but very close to the sites so watch closely when pulling in. It was okay for a one nighter and the only other park I saw in Sweetwater looked like a parking lot, so you don't have many choices. A billboard said a new one is opening next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a small park, and relatively quiet. It is tight getting around and has narrow spaces. Mostly permanents who were friendly. The washing machine (the one that was working) needed a serious cleaning. Residents need to be advised not to wash their rugs in them, as we saw one doing. The shower was good sized with plenty of hot water with good shower head. The owners were friendly. It is decent value for the money. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stopped here overnight. I found it on the Internet and knew which exit, but had to call to get directions because there were no signs. It is convenient to the interstate. It is a small park with mostly regulars. We had a pull-through and we had a 35 foot motorhome with a tow dolly, but it would probably be hard for a bigger rig to maneuver. The sites were close together. The roads and sites are dirt. Cable was available but there weren't many channels available. The staff was friendly and this spot is OK for passing through but I don't think it would be a good long term spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.