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9 RV Parks near Homestead Meadows South, Texas
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Homestead Meadows South. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Homestead Meadows South in the left hand column.
Oct 2013 - $30.00
We only stayed one night just passing through, but the campground was well maintained as far as we could tell. Would stay here again. Staff was courteous and the price was right! - Retired and Ready
Dec 2010 - $20.00
OK for a quick overnight but I wouldn't want to spend long. $20 is the normal rate. Lots of long term older units. Showers are an extra $5 per. - Valhalla360
Jul 2019 - $10.00
This commercial store is 1 mile from Hueco Tanks State Park. We stayed in July, so it was very hot, but we had one of the two RV sites with electricity. A summer storm took out all the internet in the valley. The owner had a water pipe break, so showers were not available ($5). We enjoyed the privacy of being the only customers in July, and we used it to access Franklin Mountains in El Paso. This store caters to rock climbers, and has 14 sites for tents, 2 for RV, all close together. But the state park locks up at 5 pm, so this site gave comfortable access for our schedule. - TexPaul
Jul 2019 - $22.00
This is a great desert RV park. The park was clean and quiet, even though you are right near the highway, and in an industrial area. The restrooms and showers are older, but clean. The indoor pool & tub were great. It does have a lot of long term campers, but each space is well kept. - sambasstuff
May 2019 - $22.00
Was impressed with the office, staff, check in, pool, dog run, FHU, but not with the site. We were crammed in like sardines. Didn't help that the RV next to us was towing a large trailer. We had to swing far around to avoid hitting. The other side was a small trailer parked at an odd angle. We were unable to open one slide and were inches from the other side. There were other sites that appeared larger, with picnic tables. Satellite friendly, Verizon service. Perhaps in another spot we would have been okay. - dorcol
Apr 2019 - $22.00
A little dusty but everything is in West Texas, This park has everything you need for overnight, a pull through site, convenient hook ups, good access from I-10 and efficient staff to check you in. If you are staying longer pool, tennis court, laundry and paved streets a really good - Bruce and Janette
Jul 2019 - $20.00
We only hiked one day in the park. Most of the area is restricted and requires a guide. This is a favorite location for rock climbers. But we enjoyed the location so much we extended our stay to just rest in comfort and conduct work in our trailer. - TexPaul
Jun 2019 - $16.00
Beautiful CG between El Paso and Guadalupe Mtn NP. About 10 miles off the main road. You need to arrive 1 hour before closing and watch a 10 minute video on the importance of conservation. Hard to argue with that. Small CG with ~20 sites. We stayed in space 17. Spotty cell service. Nice wall of rock boulders on one side of CG. Saw a lot of interesting birds. Water and electric at site, but no Dump station around. Only there for one night, so didn't get a chance to hike the trails. Will definitely come back. - Davishouse2
May 2018 - $16.00
Our site was $16 per night plus $14 per day entrance fee...so netted $30 per night. The park is pretty wonderful. Yes, you must watch a video before entry, but it helps to put it into perspective what the land is all about. We took a guided tour that was only about 1.5 miles round trip. However, we climbed rocks (up to 400 ft in elevation according to the ranger that checked us in) to get to the cave to see some fabulous pictographs. My understanding of 'climbing rocks' was perhaps switch-backing up the mountain.....it wasn't. We actually climbed up rocks that put us in some physically demanding positions. A suggestion might be to outline the need for pretty good physical abilities to make this climb for those who are not familiar with rock climbing. The tour guides were very informative and helpful. There are also self guided tours that have chains/poles to help guide you up/down the mountain, but you kind of miss out on the history of the park without the guides. - locatjl
May 2019 - $24.00
Office manager friendly and helpful. Showed us to our site. Staff pleasant, busy. New sites being opened; improvements ongoing. Sites are gravel, pull thru, level. Close to interstate; right in town. Laundry room clean, open 24 hrs. - pamMJR
Dec 2018 - $40.00
We stayed at Roadrunner for the Christmas holidays while visiting family close by. Roadrunner actually gave us the weekly rate because it was less than the daily. We will stay here each time we come into El Paso to visit family. You can still see part of the old unrenovated portion of the park (no one stays there). The remodelling job is superb. Pros: Friendly staff Clean sites Level sites Easy in/out to I-10 All pull through sites Cons: Sites are very, very close together. No shade at all for the summer months No picnic tables at the sites (see too close together) - Robert Dunaway
Jan 2018 - $26.00
I stayed here for two weeks. They were working on updating the park and had nice level gravel at all the sites with newer utility poles. The WiFi was great. The bathrooms were functional and clean but had not been updated yet. My rate is based on the weekly rate. There is no dog run but there was plenty of room for me to walk my dogs. The park is kind of in a residential area and it was very quiet. I was expecting a package the morning I was supposed to leave (was supposed to be guaranteed delivery by 10am) but of course there was a delay. The owners were very accommodating in telling me I could stay as late as I needed to while I tried to track down the package and when it would be delivered. My package ended up getting there about 3pm and they brought it to my site as soon as they got it (I got the delivery notification and was just opening my door to go to the office and get it and he was just walking up to my space). I will definitly stay here again when I am in town. - Jen W
Jan 2019 - $30.00
This is primarily a mobile home park in a not so good section of town. I had difficulty using power as there is no breaker on the box. The management person finally got power to it using a breaker box a couple of sites down from where I was at. No sewer and no dump station apparent. - Michael_T
Jan 2017 - $26.00
Stayed one night while passing through El Paso, rate was $26.00 - no discounts offered. Several of the previous reviews I believe are for "Mission RV Park" a different non-related park in El Paso. This facility is a very basic 60's style park located in a mobile home park. There are no amenities, no pool as previously discussed and we did not find any showers. The electrical hook-ups are very close to the ground and do not have a circuit breaker to turn off the power. The interior streets are paved and have lots of speed bumps. This park is located in an older part of town. Within a few miles we found the landscape to change to a more current and updated retail environment. Beware - if you are troubled by noise, this park is close to railroad tracks and a train whistle can be heard throughout the night. The sites were large enough for our 35' MH with patio space and parking for our toad. The management was very friendly and helpful. As we only require basic services when we travel, we would stay here again for the value. - ECM1
May 2015 - $21.00
Stopped here for a one night stay as we were passing through. It is on the west outskirts of El Paso. There has been some road improvements lately so it's kind of a weird way to get there if you follow your GPS.
Gentleman who checked us in was very friendly and helpful. He was a fountain of information for things to do in El Paso.
The campground itself is mostly gravel, both pull through and back in sites are available. Level sites, neat and clean. Bath/shower houses were clean as well.
They do have any indoor pool and laundry, both of which we did not utilize. They also have a small dog run.
It is close to the highway, but with the heat and the air conditioner running constantly we did not notice it. - Kgtraveler
Sites: 75 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 10 Reviews
Aug 2013 - $25.00
This park was in disrepair and trashy. It was an emergency stop and we had no other place to go. I would not return. There was trash and the restrooms closed. There was nothing good about this park and it should not be allowed to operate under the condition it is in. It was very hot out and we were having problems with our generator and needed electrical hook up or we would have not stayed there. Too many burrs and the dogs got them in their paws. What a scary place to stay. - ranchlady
Feb 2013 - $25.00
This was an overnight stop for us. The pluses for this campground are that they are close to "Cattleman's Steakhouse", and the full hookups that work for $25. But, I think $25 is too much for this park. The bathhouses are closed, the grounds have trash all over, sites are narrow, and Wi-Fi does not work at campsites. There are only 5 campsites with 50 amp power. The rest have 30 amp and all but one of those sites are taken up with permanent residents that don't need 50 amp. I am being generous with a 2 rating. Walking a long haired dog in this park is a challenge because of the burrs. This park has seen better days. - RV4fun15
Nov 2009 - $25.00
This was the worst park that we have stayed in in a long time. The showers were dirty, no hot water in the womens shower and only warm in the mens. There were picker all over the ground ,so you could not even walk outside. We will never stay there again and advise everyone else not to stay there. - ironworker025
Feb 2019 - $19.00
In my 18 years of RVing, this was the BEST military campground I've ever stayed at. Asphalt roads, concrete pads, and beautifully landscaped and maintained! I can't praise this park enough -- I'm very humbled at the way Ft Bliss RV Park takes care of their military travelers! I HIGHLY recommend this park, and we will definitely stay here again! - RCCraig
Dec 2018 - $17.00
Located in Northeast El Paso, TX. This is a model (top notch, well run) DoD FAMCAMP: modern, clean, and friendly staff. Ft Bliss senior leadership/MWR is doing this right. 60 foot pull-throughs with 50 amp power, water and sewer.
No reservations, first-come, first-served with stay limitations. When we arrived mid-day Monday, in mid-December 2018, there were initially ~ 10 spots available.
Immediately adjacent AAFES mini-mart and Subway sandwich shop with gas and diesel at good prices, with adequate maneuvering room for RVs and 5th Wheels. Is near freeway (noise), occasional high winds so those with slides be aware and have straps available to protect slide top-covers: to prevent billowing/de-spooling/snapback. - Azmilvets
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Nice facilities with pull through sites close to highway. Very loud traffic noise in the first few rows of park. Would stay here again. - boomerlee
Jul 2019 - $10.00
We did not camp because it was too hot in July, no power, and no shade. I thought the altitude 4500' would be cooler. But the trails were okay. - TexPaul
Feb 2018 - $8.00
PROS: Inexpensive. Beautiful desert scenery. RV Site #4 had just enough room for our 34ft motorhome. Flexible selection of one of the only five RV sites available. 10 minute drive to El Paso. CONS: All RV sites except #4 were way off level. Steep small roads for big rigs. Not recommended for motorhomes over 34ft. Poor reservation / phone system communication. Had to call foir times until I got a person. Could not honor Texas State Park Pass for 50% off second night. Gate code causes confusion and delay. No english OTA TV reception. Two bars of AT&T reception. No water, no dump. Boondock only. - tdrager
Jan 2018 - $8.00
Campers beware. We have no problem dry camping, but the designated RV camping area which can hold 5 or 6 units is just too slanted to be acceptable. The whole "RV Parking" area slopes downhill and requires lots of maneuvering and blocks to get level. We had our pick of spots and our wheels were still well off the ground when leveled. It was great to be "above it all", but I can't recommend it unless you take all this into account and go in with eyes open and appropriate expectations. - darwinmoore