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8 RV Parks near Panhandle, Texas
Jul 2017 - $1.00
I had to work in the Amarillo area for several months. I stayed at Country Sunset RV for about 2 months. Steve and his wife were great. Very nice and well kept park. The free laundry and wifi were a plus. Although the trains were close, the park is pretty quiet. I would stay here in again with no hesitation. Well worth the drive to stay in a nice and safe environment with good neighbors. Thanks again Steve for all the help and a good stay. Lance B. - LanceB
Mar 2017 - $25.00
The park is exactly as previously described. It's a no frills park on gravel, nice and level with well-maintained full hookup. Trains nearby. Large dog area. Free Laundry. Friendly owners, couldn't be more helpful. - fd536
Oct 2016 - $25.00
If not for the one review on RV Park Reviews, we would not have found this place. The owner is very nice. The park is super clean and carefully kept. Wi-Fi is excellent. The laundry is free! No bathrooms, so don't expect luxury. But for a one night stay after boondocking we were happy to be here. The campground is basically an open parking lot next to an RV storage place. Don't let that put you off! Some might be bothered by the trains, but that's what this part of the country is all about. - User2152
Mar 2019 - $14.00
Clean facility. long sites. Very utilitarian. Great for an overnight stop. Close enough to hear the freeway (I-40) - MrDisaster
Dec 2018 - $14.00
Large Pull-thru's and full hookups with 30/50 amp electricity. Specializing in overnight sites for the weary I-40 cross-country traveler. Convenience store is located just across the street. Easy access to I-40. Open year-round ! First come, first serve (no reservations). We use this park each time going South and again back North. Recommend. - NanaK
Oct 2018 - $14.00
About 3/4 of the residents are permanents but each night there seemed to be 5-7 open sites for the transients. All pull-thru. A bit run down but fine for a few nights. Low water pressure but good electricity. Outside the city by a few miles. We would stay here again. - Wandering
Oct 2018 - $45.00
We stayed for three nights to see the area. Nice campground with long level sites. Train whistle seemed louder some nights. - lce3
Sep 2018 - $45.00
Just an overnight stay. Good KOA with mostly level sites, great folk in the office, easy ingress/egress. I am a repeat camper here and I will continue coming back. - olddeadhead
Sep 2018 - $45.00
This is a KOA Journey park...but I don't know why. The staff is great, the store well stocked and this is the place for you if you like train horns all night long. This park used to be gravel but has turned to mostly dusty dirt. One of the MANY Panhandle storms went through and you could barely see two rows for all the dust in the air. It also is close to the airport and even closer to a very busy railroad track. Just about the time I would doze off another train or two would go buy. Very sleepless night. I stay here only when all other Amarillo RV parks are full. - OpaS
Mar 2016 - $1.00
This park is a convenient stopover and ok for one night. It seemed safe, easy to locate, and reasonably quiet. There was trash throughout the park and people do not bother to clean up after their dogs. There was broken glass at the site. Water hook ups leaked. It wouldn't take a lot to make this a very pleasant park, mostly cleanup and minor repairs. - prius10
May 2013 - $10.00
Twenty/30 amp electric only back-in sites in a large paved area marked with painted lines next to a city street. Payment is by donation, with a three day limit. There is a dump station and fresh water fill available. This no frills park is a great option if you want to stay in Borger rather than out at Lake Meredith if visiting the Borger/Phillips area. We would stay here again if in the area. - Big Moose
Sep 2012 - $1.00
This is OK for an overnight stay and the price is certainly right, i.e . free. Located in the city park. There is a 3 day limit. A dump station is available. 20 and 30 amp electric and water. There are 10 sites, all back in. The park is a pretty place to walk. There is some road noise but not bad. The $ 1.00 is not charged, but the review would not post without a charge being entered. - starwind
Jul 2016 - $14.00
This is not your normal RV "Park". There is absolutely nothing park-like about it, it is literally a parking lot with hook-ups. There are only 5 sites, everything is a back-in up to a seven foot metal fence that blocks the view of a train switching yard on the other side. All services, power water, sewer are mounted on the fence or at the foot of it. I had to use 25 feet of sewer hose to reach the connection.
The parking lot is small and L-shaped. If you are to park in site #3 and then someone parks in site #4, which is perpendicular to #3, then the one parked in #3 is blocked in, unless the camper in #3 or #4 is a Scamp, Casita or small pop-up.
The 50 amp service at Daze End was solid, holding voltage at no less than 112 V. I ran 2 A/C's, the water heater on electric and the fridge on electric, the microwave and a toaster oven, all with no dip in voltage.
The lot is level and made of concrete aggregate mixed with ground asphalt. It is not pretty but it works. Checking in was easy, called the number on the sign and the owner, a nice gentlemen I later met, told me to just take whatever I wanted and he would come around the next day. When he asked how long I was staying I told him that I did not have a departure day in mind. He said that was okay and that when I knew when I was going to go to just give him a call and we would settle up the payment at that time.
Verizon was five bars, jetpack ran at about 8mbps. No obstructions in any direction for satellite. - jperry29
Dec 2018 - $35.00
This is an older RV Campground, but in good shape and clean. The staff was great at check-in. I needed a washer for my water supply hose and they just gave me one. Some airport noise. Close to the Big Texan. There's a limo service that will pick you up, no charge. - Ralph Pinney
Nov 2018 - $35.00
Smaller, older park. PROS: Helpful staff. Long sites, including several with private pet runs. Short drive to the famous Big Texan restaurant. Roads are somewhat narrow but no problems getting our 65-foot big rig in/out following directions. CONS: Lots of road noise being right by the highway. We stopped for one night during a horrible storm so didn't see/use much of the park at all and can't comment further. We will probably stop here again for a night on our way back across the country. - a_elkins
Jul 2018 - $35.00
This park is declining, but it is still a good overnight stop. It has FHU sites that are level and easy to access. It is close to I-40 and there is some road noise, but nothing that bothered us. The office staff was friendly both on the phone and at check-in. There is no pool or wi-fi. Our AT&T hotspot worked great. We travel this way fairly frequently and will likely stay here again. - codgette
Jul 2018 - $30.00
This RV park does not appear to have ever been intended for use by people traveling for pleasure. By all appearances it is a contractors camp, built to take advantage of the surge in skilled labor during the local petrochemical complex's construction or turnaround activity. There are 38 back-in sites formed into a U-shape. The park is enclosed by a six foot fence. The entire park is built on a small hill and there is no such thing as a level site. Lack of level runs front-to-back, side-to-side and diagonally, depending on which site you get. Our first try, site #22 was unlevel front to back. The angle was manageable by our leveling system but the sewer connection was 20 feet away (all the way to the back of the site) and uphill. We moved to the other side of the "U", site #10. Still had a twenty foot run to the sewer connection but at least it was downhill. The site itself was diagonally unlevel. The driver-side rear corner had the tires several inches off the ground while the passenger side front corner was only two inches from touching the ground. Of the 38 sites, 10 were occupied. We were the only casual travelers but the park was tidy. There is no on-site management. The park is operated by a man in Pampa (the next town over, 30 miles to the east). We were instructed to put our money in an envelope and slide it under a locked door in the shower/laundry house. Which by the way was very nice. There is a bank of well maintained coin-operated washing machines and dryers and very clean, spacious showers. The best thing about this park is the WiFi. It was a strong signal, easy to connect and hi-speed. Verizon was 5 bars in park, but almost nowhere else in town, usually 2 bars. - jperry29
Sites: 140 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 337 Reviews
Sep 2018 - $39.00
Stayed for a week, park is fine, well run, polite staff. Cable didn't work - returned the box they use and stuck with antenna. They did fix the cable. Lost water for a few hours, it was fixed. I would stay again, we had higher expectations and were a little disappointed. Went to Big Tex, once is enough. - retirednrving
Sep 2018 - $33.00
Our go-to park when visiting Amarillo. Check in is always easy, staff is always friendly, and there is escort to site. Nice, level pull-through. All utilities worked well. This park has been bought by The Big Texan and they are in the process of changing the name. Always enjoy the free limo ride to dinner at The Big Texan. - CanDo
Aug 2018 - $33.00
We have stayed here many times and have learned that during any holiday season you MUST have reservations as they most assuredly sell out. They are 100% pull through with (mostly) easy egress. One thing most reviewers don't mention is that they have free coffee and donuts in the office from 8:00 to 9:30 every day. As we pass through Amarillo multiple times a year, this is our preferred resting spot. - OpaS