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2 RV Parks near Dickens, Texas
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dickens. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dickens in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $5.00
The park is beautiful and the employees were very nice; however, I do not recommend it to anyone with larger rigs. The sites were not level and we had to move four times to find one that would work for us. Many sites and the roads had tress overgrown and we ended up scratching our trailer sides and roof on a turn that we either had to back out of go through the trees with our 36' long trailer. Park just needs a little tree trimming and leveling of sites and I would rate it a 5. Great for a long relaxing stay, but for right now, only if you have smaller rig. - J-Dub
Jul 2017 - $5.00
Stayed here because of affiliation with Coast to Coast. This is a member only park. A large ranch-style property with numerous camp sites of packed earth and grass. Picnic tables and some shade trees are at most sites. Electric poles and water spigot designate camp sites. No sewer. Dump stations located in park. Bath houses are close to each section of the campground. There are 5 major campgrounds on the property. One is surrounded by the 9 hole golf course. A large, spring fed swimming pool with a snack bar is available. Office staff is very friendly. No cable or OTA available. Clear skies for satellite reception and night sky viewing. Sporadic AT&T cell service. Somewhat consistent at the pool. Less so at my camp site D95. Many camp sites are pull thru to accommodate a 40' Class A towing an 18' car hauler. My camp site, D95, was a short walk to the bath house and was mostly level. I could maneuver enough to find the most level area before deploying my leveler jacks and still be close to electric pole and water. Many campers have a 4-wheel A TV to get from pool to their camp site. Designated ATV trails marked for use. A basic campground for getting away from it all. Interior roads are packed earth and can be navigated with a large motorhome towing a trailer. Probably won't stay here again. - kihei7
Oct 2015 - $10.00
This is a different kind of place. Sites are not clearly defined; just go find a pedestal with water faucet and set up your rig. Park carefully to avoid leveling problems. There are a variety of sites from river bottom to ridge top, some with a bit of shade and some in the open. One section is adjacent to the golf clubhouse and the greens. The roads are dirt/sand that are in pretty good shape. After recent heavy rains, the graders were out repairing damage. Wildlife is abundant with White-tail Deer and Mule Deer, Turkeys, and Bobwhite Quail frequently seen in the camping areas.
A wonderful set of walking trails is accessed from near the pool. Staff was more than friendly and helpful. I was able to check out a gate key so that I could get back in when returning late from an all day trip to Caprock Canyons State Park. Very good WiFi is available at the golf clubhouse and the entry office. Verizon signal is weak on the ridges and dead in the valley. Restrooms were clean and functional but could use an upgrade. There are no sewer hookups - just two dump stations, both of which would benefit from some repair work. Nights were nice and quiet. Rate is for Coast to Coast. I hope to camp here again. - Morpauwe
Sep 2019 - $1.00
Great for an overnight stop. 30A was good, water pressure good but the sewer was not available. Soft gravel left deep tire tracks. Can't really complain much since the stay was free for the first 2 nights..after that it's $10 per night. - RJ56
Oct 2017 - $1.00
This is a small park at the east edge of Crosbyton. We stay here every time we head west to CO as it has 30 amp outlets and water/sewer. Over the last 10 years, it has gotten rundown somewhat from lack of care, but so has the entire town--I am surprised they still have the budget to support the park. Several of the power pedestals have been hit by careless drivers, and not all of them work--check before setting up. I don't find the highway noise objectionable, and it drops off after dark. No charge for first 4 days, but donations accepted. There are 6-10 sites, but not all of them work correctly. - wingnut60
Oct 2012 - $10.00
This city "park" is a level gravel area with nothing but full hook-ups to recommend it. There is one grill and one table with cover. The first 2 nights are free and then it's $10. Nice town, but road noise quite constant. OK for overnight. - bugsy