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12 RV Parks near Cienegas Terrace, Texas
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cienegas Terrace. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cienegas Terrace in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $28.00
Very quiet and shady. Nice neighborhood. We felt very safe in this “hidden” park away from highway and at end of street. Large sites and easy back in. Must call ahead for reservation and best directions. - catnapper
Oct 2018 - $25.00
Very friendly owner. The short term spots were large and easy to access. T-Mobile service was good with excellent internet service close to the laundry facility. - RJ56
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Mostly long term campers in less than half full campground when we stayed. Good location for visiting Del Rio. Paved interior roads and mostly dirt and grass campsites. Appears to have been prosperous in the past with lots of landscaping, patios and walkways that need some maintenance work. Shaded with many trees in a quiet area away from traffic. Good cable so didn't need to setup satellite dish. Overall a pleasant place to stay. - Appleknocker
Apr 2017 - $21.00
The manager/owner was very nice and helpful. Park had a lot of workers but sites were pretty clean. Power and water pressure were good . Trees needed some trimming. As for the restroom and laundry building. It should be torn down. Very dirty and instead of TP there was a kitchen sink sprayer attached to the toilet angle stop. No paper towels. Sign entering requested to not flush TP down toilet. Stayed 4 nites in our 5th wheel. BH. - Country High
Apr 2011 - $21.00
This is a very unattractive park, and with permanent residents living in older, poorly maintained trailers. There is brush and material piled along the borders, and just a generally unkempt appearance of the whole facility. On the other hand, the park is is easy to get into, and the water, electric and sewer hook-ups work, so as a place for an overnight stay it works. - hoppytoad
Mar 2011 - $16.00
Essentially a very dirty dirt parking lot with hookups. Restrooms looked as though they had not been cleaned in weeks. Only one shower/stall per restroom. Did not look in the laundry area. Lots of long term campers and the stuff that goes with them. Appears very little is being done to repair anything that needs repairing. - pablol
Feb 2014 - $25.00
Very friendly manager, great owner and hard working staff.
Friday night pot luck.
Very neat and maintained grounds, considering this is West Texas and winter. The trees are grown and will give lots of shade this summer.
Recommend stay. - Blackie13
Mar 2012 - $24.00
Small older park. Staff very friendly. Not really suited to Big Rigs. Only a few (6) big sites so call ahead. Sites and turning tight. They had to use a ladder and pole to hold up overhead cables. If you are not running a Big Rig and want a friendly nice park this is the one. Wi-Fi is lighting fast. Good 50 Amp. - TedandJan
Dec 2010 - $20.00
We spent 3 winter months here. It is not a fancy campground, but they have everything you need. The laundry room is very clean, and the machines are new. The pot luck dinners on Friday night are terrific. The staff and owners could not be any friendlier. It is close to town, Wal-Mart, restaurants, etc. The sites are not very wide, and not very level. The water pressure is poor. Overhaul it is a pretty good place to stay. - bsnmobs
Jun 2019 - $33.00
We stayed one night on our way to Big Bend National Park. The owner was extremely nice and helpful. I don't remember the price we paid, but it was very reasonable. We would definitely stay here again. - HarveysOwners
May 2019 - $30.00
staff were wonderful and accommodating. we have only spent one night each trip out west but this is a welcome stop. great home cooked steakhouse right down the street. we will always make this stop when we r headed west. - robertsdj
May 2019 - $37.00
We stayed at Broke Mill for a weekend on our way home while on a family vacation. When we checked in, the staff was very friendly and helpful. The grounds are very well kept. The restrooms, laundry and fitness room were spotless. We were in a pull through site, which wasn't really necessary for us, but it was nice! The pool area (we didn't use the pool) was very clean. We would definitely stay here again. - Darrell32
Sites: 20 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 5 Reviews
Feb 2017 - $28.00
I did not camp here this time. This rv park is now named Sleeping Lady RV Park and is a nice looking place. It is also very convenient to shopping in Del Rio about 6 miles away. I based my review on an onsite examination for future stays. Recommended. - washman
Dec 2012 - $20.00
I did not camp here this time. On Dec.12 the campground had many campers there camping. It apparently is now open again. It used to be my preference in Del Rio before it closed. - washman
Jan 2012 - $20.00
This was a very nice campground but it is closed. evidently the owner has declared bankruptcy. - User2209
Sep 2017 - $27.00
Make note of meter readings. I didn't and the owner "guessed" at use. Overcharged by quite a bit. The outside faucet at my site would NOT turn off. This made for very wet and inconvenient hook up and disconnects. Sites were very cramped. Cable was very basic and I was never able to connect to Wi-Fi. Laundry & showers were fairly clean. Water pressure left a lot to be desired. Owner & residents very friendly & couldn't beat the monthly rate of $165. If in area again, will pay a little more for better place. - nancy parker
Jun 2016 - $5.00
I live at the Park all year round. I pay about 200 a month (that is with my electric added into it). I enjoy the quiet and it's close to my work which is a bonus.
The owner is great, will bend over backwards to help in anyway.
I love the place. - RenaPG
Jul 2012 - $20.00
The manager is very friendly. The park is exceptionally clean. You can see the lake from the RV Park. The lake is way down right now. They also rent mobile home lots. Rabbits are everywhere! It is conveniently located about 8 miles from town. I highly recommend this RV Park. - Just B
Dec 2016 - $30.00
This was an OK park for an overnight stay. We found fire ants while hooking up and the staff responded immediately and put something on them. - Rangerdave549
Apr 2013 - $25.00
HUGE speed bumps. Impossible to go around them. Our boat trailer bottoms out going over them. - RoadRoller
Apr 2011 - $26.00
Only stayed in this park three days. Trashy mobile homes are mixed in with RV sites. Dogs constantly barking, chasing walkers and cars. Stayed a month here several years ago. Much quieter then. - RoadRoller
Feb 2019 - $32.00
Enroute from Big Bend to Corpus Christi, Del Rio is about 300 miles each way and the only game around for RV Parks. We made reservations several months in advance for a one night stopover. Upon arrival, we were shocked to hear that, due to the booming oil/gas pipeline nearby, the park had sold out all available sites to the long term oil workers. The owner acknowledged our prior rezo and apologized while admitting to taking advantage of the demand for RV sites the oil boom provided. He spent about an hour with us after offering to let us back into a rough site in the front parking lot by the office and a small goldfish pond. Seems that at one point there may have been an intended site there as there was a 30 amp pedestal, but no water or sewer. He disconnected the hose from the pond and we connected to that, tho only for basic plumbing as the water was very brown. Hard to rate this park as we really didn't enter and ear plugs did little to muffle the big rigs blasting past on SR 90. But the owner and staff were super friendly and tried their hardest to accommodate us as best as they could. YMMV, call ahead and make sure they can take you! - Todd Hancock
Jan 2019 - $32.00
Checking in was the best experience at this campground. Will have to back out of the pull through site due to a tree and a narrow road, not a big deal, but still expect more for a pull through site. Rules say to clean up after your pets, rule is not enforced. Dog crap everywhere. Can't believe how inconsiderate some dog owners are. A couple of big dogs run free. Had to pick up a bunch of broken glass on our site to protect my wife's seeing eye dog. Will not stay here again. - cork83
Feb 2018 - $15.00
Enjoyed our stay here as a stop over on way to Big Bend. Would have liked to stay longer but reservations made for next stop already. - Klmn
Dec 2018 - $4.00
Very nice small campground. We stayed for 4 days. Very scenic overlooking the water. A little highway noise but very tolerable. There is water to fill your tanks if needed. Water is shared between sites. Paved road very easy to navigate. Stayed here in a 31 foot motor home. Awesome covered picnic table on concrete pad next to site with BBQ grill. There is no shade but bushes block sites and give plenty of privacy. You have go under the bridge to get to the campground which is located off of RT. 90 a short distance from Del Rio Texas. It's in Amstad National Recreation Area. - pilots48
Oct 2017 - $4.00
We stayed here in a 21' Travel Trailer. Not much to add to other reviews, this is a great value campground. We were the only ones staying here the night we camped. Picked a site facing the water, though you couldn't really see it as it is very far from the campground. Pit toilets were clean and campground seemed to be well maintained. No real shade anywhere. There was one pull-through site right as we pulled in with a nice big tree for shade, but the NPS had is blocked off as there were Monarch butterflies "resting" in the area on their travels. Whole campground was far enough from the highway to be pretty quiet at night. Would stay here again. - sjeuck
Jan 2016 - $2.00
No hook ups, but nice desert type campground. Convenient to Del Rio. Lake is fairly distant as water is way down. Very quiet and peaceful. No issues with security. Would stay again. Gravel, smooth roads in and out, gravel campsites with table and shelter. Pit toilets. - abqnm
Feb 2013 - $2.00
This is your basic federal western CG without water and with pit toilets. A mile or so in on a dusty dirt road. Best campsite is #1 a pull-through on your left. It is the only one with a shade tree but be careful, the trees are tight. The rest of the CG is open with picnic tables under a shelter roof without walls. The bathrooms were clean but there are no services, no water, and no dump station. The place is quiet and not crowded. The rate we paid is really $2 with the federal senior card. Nice place for a day or two. If the water comes up again it could be very pleasant for and extended stay. Verizion MiFi worked OK with a roaming network. Roads and sites are gravel/dust. After all this is west Texas. - pumper9x9