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3 RV Parks near Goodlett, Texas
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Goodlett. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Goodlett in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $39.00
We stayed in The Ole Town Cotton Gin RV on our way to Wyoming. The sites were plenty large enough for our 33ft travel trailer and truck. We were level and didn't even have to unhook which was a plus since we were only staying overnight and leaving early. The sites are easy to get into with plenty of room between campers. The only negative is that the road by the dumpster gets really muddy if it rains which it did the night we stayed. Other than that I would highly recommend this facility. We have stayed here several times going through the Texas panhandle. - MEB13
Sep 2019 - $38.00
Stayed here for one night while passing thru. Right off the highway and easy to find. Good value. Water, sewer, elec, cable were all good. Wifi fair. Site was level and staff was great. Only negative was the night train that goes across the road is a little noisy but didn't come thru very often. - threehendersons
Sep 2019 - $40.00
We stayed one night passing through on our way to Yellowstone. Nice park, friendly people. - WBWalter
Apr 2019 - $17.00
The campsites in the camping area on the ridge are well-spaced, with a picnic table on a cement pad with a shelter over each one that's like a modified pyramid. The loop was full on a Friday night, but quiet and most people turned off their outside lights so others could enjoy the night sky. Our neighbors on the last night didn't, and it's amazing how just a little light can interfere with star viewing. Our rate reflects the Texas Parks pass, which saves us the entrance fees and also gives us 1/2 off the second night of camping. We stayed 3 nights, regular rate is $20 for electric and water. There are other campsites, including primitive tent spots, that may be different prices. There are several trails for biking or hiking, and we did several of them. Gorgeous spring flowers, and the trees were just starting to green up a little. There's a lot of grass, so it feels pretty lush in the spring. The sites in Honey Flat don't have shade, but the loop down by the river has more trees. I would say it's only for smaller trailers or tents down there, but they're closest to the lake. - Denise and Glenn
Dec 2018 - $20.00
This park is a gem. Beautiful views is the surrounding area. Incredible night sky as this is a certified dark sky park. There is a longhorn herd that you can hand feed on Fridays and Saturday afternoons. Great hiking trails and an abundance of wildlife to see. - Mark Ford
Nov 2018 - $20.00
We stayed at the Comanche campground for two nights in November. The park is 14 miles south of Quanah. The campground itself has nice campsites with good spacing. The campground was not full while we were there so there were plenty of open spaces and privacy. Each campsite has a picnic table which is under a teepee-like structure. The one bathhouse was clean. There are some nice trails around the area and the park headquarters has an interesting museum. I was able to get a few OTA TV channels but my T-Mobile coverage was very marginal. - Lance 47
Oct 2013 - $15.00
Off US Hwy 70 behind a great steakhouse by same name (open Fri and Sat only). Clean,wide grass and gravel sites with Mesquite trees (not much shade). Note: there are NO showers or rest rooms. Call ahead to see if they have any space as there is nothing else close by and they occassionally fill with workers. Cash only. Managers are very nice and helpful. Actual address is 10085 W Hwy 70, email: email@example.com - horsefolk