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2 RV Parks near Sundown, Texas
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sundown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sundown in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $1.00
This is a city-owned park about 2 miles south of town on US385. 7 spaces, 5 are nice long pull-throughs, 2 are shorter but very usable. 50/30amp. 3 days free, up to 7 more at $25/night. Highway noise that lessens at night. Dump station available. Dumpsters were full, probably from local use or maybe the city doesn't service them regularly. No enforceable rules on dogs, so there are some poop piles around. Grass is dying and small burrs abundant. Afternoon shade only on site #1. Still, a great value. Need to spend $$ in town to thank them. - wingnut60
Oct 2016 - $1.00
Very nice free park south of town. Around 6 sites, long pull thru sites with water and power. There is a dump station available. The park is free for up to 3 days after which you can extend and pay a fee. Great place for an overnight and we used it for 2 days as we visited a friend. Our only complaint is that previous campers have a tendency to drop cigarette butts and other trash on the ground which makes it a little messy. - nmunozjr
Aug 2016 - $0.00
I stayed at this free city park one night while visiting friends in Brownfield. Although Brownfield has a similar free city park, it only offers 30 amp service. Since the weather was quite hot, I opted to stay here, as it offers 50 amp service, and commute to Brownfield. This park is very convenient to US385 just south of the city. The pull-through site was level and plenty long for my motorhome and tow car. As a way to say "thank you" I bought groceries and fuel in Levelland the next day. - Phaeton40AH
May 2018 - $1.00
Basic municipal RV park located within the Coleman City Park built by the WPA in '38-'40. 14 pull-thru sites. All sites have 30-amp receptacles w/ water faucet. There are two 50-amp electric boxes site# 2A & 2B (the 2nd site behind the yellow info kiosk). We arrived on a 100+ degree day & ran our four 15,000 BTU A/C's with no problems plugged into the 50-amp receptacle. We noticed just about all of the other Rv's plugged into the 30-amp receptacles had to reset their circuit breaker often. Voltage did drop to 110 VAC in the heat of the afternoon on 1 leg, but the other leg stayed at 123 VAC. Large dump station easy to access on the way out. The parking lot is a mix of dirt & gravel (more dirt than gravel). Sign posted stating 5-day stay limit. Nice grassy park to walk your dog. AT&T internet good strong signal - achieved a 10 mbps D/L speed. Donation box by dump station. - TravelnSteve
Mar 2018 - $1.00
About as basic as you can get. A dirt pad, not level and in a flash flood prone area. The shore power plugs look like something that should be feared to touch. Having said that, this is a great overnight stop. As long as rain is not in the forecast I would stay here again. While the power plugs look scary, they deliver good power. Voltage never dropped below 115, running everything but an air conditioner (it was a cool afternoon and night). Verizon signal as good as it gets and clear sky to DIRECTV satellites. - jperry29
Mar 2018 - $1.00
How often do we come across a free RV spot with 30 amp electric, water & a dump station? Basically...never! You can park here for up to 5 days free. (Donations are accepted) There are 16 sites, some are shaded. Sites are sand & gravel and pretty level. You'd think this place would be packed! There were only 4 RV's when we pulled in, 2 others came after us. It's nothing fancy but it was very quiet, open & we felt very safe. We will definitely stay again when passing thru. - hdhawg1340