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3 RV Parks near Mentone, Texas
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Mentone. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Mentone in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $20.00
This was the absolutely worst place I've ever stayed.. I have stayed at several rv parks and have never seen anything so trashy. No one cleans after themselves, people are loud. Says free washer and dryer.. it's not! $2.75 to wash $1.25 to dry but that doesn't dry them. The WiFi doesn't work at all. Been here a month and it says no network. No tv. Spaces are so close, it's hard to back camper in. Electricity is NOT included in the $500 plus a month. You won't get your deposit of $200 or whatever it was back until someone else moves into your space. I will never return here as if you didn't know already.. there's probably many other things I have forgotten to mention but these are the ones that come to mind right now.. I would of rated a 0 but you have to put at least a 1. - The traveler 112108
Nov 2018 - $30.00
We stayed one night in a motor-coach with a tow vehicle. The office staff was friendly and helpful. The park is basically a dirt lot with hook-ups but there are not a lot of choices in west Texas. The upside is its location right next to a city park and that you are far enough from the highway that the road noise is not bad. - Ms.Griz
Feb 2018 - $28.00
Just a quick overnight pass thru. Office people were informative. Lots of working full timers. Oil business has picked up in the area. Despite the desolation look, staff seemed positive. Gusty winds in the morning. Generally quiet. Ciggerate butts everywhere but no riff raff. Don`t expect much...good for overnight. - zzzya
Oct 2017 - $8.00
We are Escapees members so stayed here overnight as we are traveling. This park is full of oilfield and pipeline workers, some who have lived here over 5 yrs. There were no vacant hookup sites so we dry camped in a level pull through site with concrete pad and some grass. The office staff were very friendly. There is no real store, just a book exchange, movie checkout and small kitchen area. The place is dusty, filled with overhead power lines, but is quiet and was fine for our needs. No WiFi or other real amenities. Not really a destination place. - mohocamper