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4 RV Parks near Andrews, Texas
Mar 2019 - $1.00
This is a nice little area behind the commerce building. It must have been upgraded since the last review because it was paved, well lit, and had 50amp and water hookups. Super easy to get in and out for big rigs. Big spaces. Some road noise but perfect little spot to pull over for the night when headed out to the middle of no where. They ask for donations and have a little box out in the parking lot. Covered picnic area too! Very clean and felt safe. - KCSM
Oct 2017 - $1.00
They have 5 large hookup sites directly behind the Chamber of Commerce building. Water and 30 Amp electric only. Dump station available. Quiet, sunny sites, plenty of room between each site. No cost for site but there is an optional donation box available. No shower, restroom in Chamber. Easy walk to small lake and places to eat. People in the Chamber are very friendly. Stay is limited to 3 days each 14 days. Great place to overnight. If you get to Andrews, this is the place to stay. - tapiper
Nov 2015 - $1.00
This is FREE camping and is a good stopover if you are forced (!) to drive through this part of Texas. It is a parking lot next to the Chamber of Commerce that has been retrofitted for electric and water hookup. There is a dump station, as well. It was surprisingly quiet on a Sunday night, though the road noise did pick up early in the morning as all the oil workers set off for work. There was a wifi signal, but as the Chamber was not open, we were not able to get a password. - ALbums
Dec 2017 - $45.00
This is a very nice RV park in the West Texas area. All roads and site pads are concrete, level and pull thru. Sites are close together but everyone can have slide out without conflict. Hookups are where they should be and pedestals are modern and easy to use. With that said one needs to know. Located in West Texas means you will have some oil field workers as residences. In the case of this park, 99% are oil field workers and their families so there are few spots (3) available at any giving time. You must call ahead and see if they can fit you in while crews move in/out. We were told the waiting list for a spot is five pages long but we were lucky they had a spot open for a week. Their website shows an accurate depiction of the park, very clean, well kept and quiet but understand the issue is getting a site. I suggest calling weeks in not months in advance. - Maximilian
May 2017 - $45.00
I stay here frequently, it's clean and quiet. All concrete. Easy to pull though. Easy power hook up with light on top at night. Very friendly. Video surveillance cameras for security. - IPat00