A truly unique campground. If you like fluff and fancy, keep going. If you like character, this is for you. Price quoted is for a freight train long pull-through. Check in is honor system in a classic trailer. I didn't use the toilets or shower but they were clean and neat. The community area is graveled with benches and decorative wall (desert decorations). There is a building with kitchen (stove, fridge, sinks, tables) and a swap area. We were there a week and saw the manager twice. It seems like he lives on the property. He is the chef on the Food Shark, a gourmet food truck in Marfa. Water was good and clear, electricity steady and Wi-Fi strong. I would chose this over any glitz and glamor park I have seen.
Went to this park for overnight based on Good Sam/Trailer Life rating but did not stay. Park is very hard to find, behind service station/convenience store in industrial area with no entrance sign near road. Of the 10 sites only about 4 are usable due to tree limbs. Checked power with Surge Guard, only 90 volts available on 50 amp plug. Don't know about 30 amp plug, Surge Guard would just disconnect. Possible open ground, reverse polarity or whatever? This is such a dump that even if the power had been good we would not have stayed. I am thoroughly upset that Good Sam would even list this site.
One of the nicest parks I have stayed in. Long roomy sites with well tended grass around and between. Laundry is excellent, books, soft couches and Dish Satellite TV. Owners are extremely friendly and seem willing to bend over backward to help. I would stay here any time I am anywhere near. We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
About 200 yards from I-57. Road noise was terrible. Our site was on the end of the pull through row so we had room for a "yard," but other sites were so close together that an awning would be over the next site's hook up. We were there two nights while doing research in the area and were only at the campsite during the nights. It's OK for a overnight, if you can stand the noise and don't mind being 5' from your neighbor, but definitely not a place to go "camp".
Can't say enough about this park. Beautiful park, extremely friendly and helpful staff. The prettiest miniature golf course I have ever seen. Didn't use the par 3, but it looked nice. It is remote but that just adds to the charm. The price is a little steep, $29.50 for 30 amp and $33 for 50 for two people and $4.00 daily for each additional. I feel sure we will return. It is as good as the website says.
This is primarily a permanent resident type park. They list 625 sites but only about 25 are not permanent and some of them are monthly. Our site was quite muddy (not much gravel) but most seemed to be OK. Other reviews pretty much cover it. If not for the mud, I would rate it higher.
This is a two sided park; one side is mostly just pavement with smaller sites, the other side has larger sites with nice lawns between sites. We were on the nicer side. The hook ups are at the very end of the site, right at the road. We had to drive to Wal-Mart to buy a 25' hose just to reach the water. I have 30' of sewer hose and it took every foot to reach. This has to be the poorest design of any park I have ever seen. The restrooms are large and clean, but the handicapped stall had almost no pressure at the handset and the handle to switch between handset and wall nozzle was inoperative. They list a pool but that is false. The only pool is in the Casino Hotel, about 1/2 mile away and you must be over 21. There is a commuter train near and a regular train next door. I would never stay here again.
Very nice overnight. Owners very friendly and helpful. There is not a single tree and the entire camping area is covered with rocks (1" to 1 1/2" diameter). Very uncomfortable walking. The location shown on the map is incorrect. It is actually located where the map shows Texarkana RV Park to be located. Park is about 1/4 mile from Flying J.