This is a free campground which accepts donations in the box across from the playground, between the first two parking spots. Parking is parallel style and can be difficult to negotiate when parking between two other rigs. We were fortunate to get one of the two 30 amp spots, although it appears they are in the process of upgrading more 15 amp spots to 30 amp. There is no water available at this park. Many local families enjoying this beautiful park the weekend we were there, but by 9 p.m. - it was quiet.
Great one night free stopover provided by City of Dumas, TX. Donations are accepted in the box by the "rules" sign near the water/dump stations. We had no problem filling our water tank and using dump station. However, two of the electric boxes were out of order when we were there. Nearby train traffic can be distracting, but did not really bother us in the night. During the summer this park is a popular stopover for Texans heading to/from the cool mountains of New Mexico & Colorado, so a mid-afternoon arrival might be in order during that period as it can get crowded.