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2 RV Parks near Dell City, Texas
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dell City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dell City in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $15.00
Large paved lot with space for ~20 RV's. Spaces were a little more spread out than I was anticipating. No Hookups, but water available to fill tanks. We stayed one night in early June. We got there early in am and had nice choice of sites. By end of day, 2/3 of CG was occupied. Many hiking trail start in the CG. Beautiful view of mountains and plenty of open sky for solar panels. Cells were OK, some OTA. About an hour drive up to Carlsbad Caverns NP. - Davishouse2
Jun 2019 - $8.00
Much better for tents than RV. I was tent camping. However, I think I will bring my trailer next time. If you are are a hiker. which I am, you will love this place. Could be good for an overnight but it tends to fill up early. The tent area is walk in meaning park in the parking lot and haul your gear in. I got there at 3PM and got a great site but it was not close to the parking area. site. By 5 PM on a Sunday it was full. The RV area still had some spaces in the evening. The tent area is much nicer than RV area. RV area does have flush toilets. The views and the hiking are more important to me than the lack of RV amenities. This park is not for everyone. Try to arrive arrive around noon so get a good site. There is nothing there but hiking and scenery. It is 60 miles to a gas station. People who love the outdoors and don't mind roughing it will have fun. - NT2013
Apr 2019 - $8.00
Tough call on an overall rating. Great national park - the RV park - not so much. If you're here its not for the campground. Its RV spaces marked on an asphalt parking lot. Some pull-through, some back-in. No dump and I'd think about watering-up before coming in. The water fill is located so most rigs would have to go around (the wrong way) and come back in to get parked, non-threaded faucet, you'll need a water thief and pushbutton operated. Otherwise, phenomenal setting and great hiking. Marginal Verizon service - fulltimer121
Mar 2018 - $35.00
RV folks - Beware This place also goes by the name Cornudas Cafe, Motel and RV Park. We didn't eat at the cafe. You couldn't have paid us to eat there, judging from the looks of the place. The "motel" building is crumbling. The RV park consists of 6 sites with "full hookup". We were desparate for a place to stay for 2 nights somewhere between Carlsbad and El Paso. Since there were no other options, we decided to stay for 2 nights and thanked God that our motorhome is self-contained. Of the 6 sites, only 2 had the proper ground orientation on the power connections. We couldn't park on one of those 2 sites because it was mostly blocked off by a large prickly pear cactus. The only usable site was in front of the "restrooms" - 2 outhouses which collected sewage in 5 gallon buckets. There was a water hookup but signs saying that the water was unpotable. We had to press the owner to provide us with a gallon of water from the store in the cafe. There are several buildings that may have people living in them - we were unsure. Most of the buildings on the property are in disrepair and the entire place is unsavory. The sad part of this story is that we were charged $35 a night - about the same rate that we have previously paid in other really nice RV parks. We would not recommend this place to anyone! - Mimi-Papa
Jan 2017 - $28.00
This isn't in El Paso, it is an hour east but RV Park Reviews does not recognize Cornudas, so I picked the closest city it knows. It is an OK place for a stop over if you are heading either east or west through Texas if you want to avoid the craziness of I-10 around El Paso. Going west to Las Cruces you can go due north from Sierra Blanca and it will take you to Cornudas which is on 180/62. Or you can get on this highway north of El Paso from 375 if you are going east. The park is right on the highway so could not ask for easier access. Not much highway noise because very few vehicles. Site is level, hookups convenient and the wifi excellent. No cell phone service for any carrier. The water at the site is not potable but they will give you drinking water in the cafe. I was told I would be able to drink the water with the filters I have on my RV but did not try as I had water in my holding tank. There was no one else in the park when I was there--no permanent residents. - nanzhere