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10 RV Parks near White Deer, Texas
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of White Deer. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near White Deer in the left hand column.
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Dirt and grass spaces. Owner allowed us a late check in. Somewhat questionable surroundings. No security. Will not be back. - drw-cpa
Apr 2009 - $26.00
Dirt spaces but fairly level. WiFi and cable worked very well as did my Sprint phone. Only 50 amp available. Since I was only there one night, owner let me borrow adapter. A few RV supplies in the office. Not really pretty but had nice little grassy picnic area. No bathroom or shower, but owner said he is adding that soon. No other amenities. Owner extremely friendly. He led me to my site and hooked everything up for me. Showed me where his house is and gave me his cell phone number. Said if I needed anything to ring his door bell or call. Very quiet. I would stay here again. - gottacruise
Aug 2019 - $25.00
The only negative about this RV park has nothing to do with a matter that the owners have any control over. Panhandle has a railroad track running through it and the trains blew their horns going through ALL night long. It would be awesome if the RV park had a shower and restroom house but they had great WiFi service and a FREE laundry room to campers. The owners were very helpful and friendly. - R Clay
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
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Due to recent rains driveway is quite rutted. Needs crushed limestone rather than sandy fines. Sites are roomy but not very well leveled. All utilities at rear of site necessitating a long sewer hose. Owner states he designed them this way to prevent us from backing up over them. Some trees to break the sites up. - easydoesit
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Essentially a sandy gravel lot sloped from entrance to rear. Parking around the perimeter. Site width adequate. All Back in. No effort to level the sloped for each site. All utilities near the rear requiring a long sewer hose. No trees or shrubbery. No on site manager as advertised. Tried the Cable TV - Only got music stations. No over the air TV available. - easydoesit
May 2017 - $15.00
Great for a night's stop over. Next to the County Fairgrounds and Rodeo Arena. Nice park with all pullthrough sites with water & electricity. Dump station on way out. We didn't check out the bathrooms or showers. Park is well-maintained and we saw no trash. The park is a bit hard to find as the county doesn't seem to have a street address for it. They told us to drive out the highway and it was just past the National Guard Armory on the east side of town. They were right, of course, but it does seem odd that a county government can't assign a street address to the entrance so it would be convenient for GPS. Nice hiking trail around the lake. Only a couple of trees in the park. There's a busy railroad track about 3/4 of a mile away, but the noise was distant enough that it wasn't a bother at all. In fact, it was something of a pleasant sound for us. The weeknight rate is $15, and the price increases to $20/night for weekends. A nice overnight stay and good value. - Piperjim
Sep 2016 - $15.00
This is a wide open park. We have been there twice as it is on the road as we go from Oklahoma to Colorado. There is no security and there appeared to be homeless people living here in tents. There were also several tent campers. There was one guy who did not speak English that hung around near our camper for while. Turns out, he lives there in a tent and was waiting for someone to pick him up and take him to a job. There were also several people who just drove thru the park at night. Maybe just teen agers cruising or could be thieves making their rounds. As a former cop and state park ranger I would not stay there without a gun the RV. Just so you know. - SWTravelors
Sep 2015 - $20.00
Park does have a lake and paved path. Flat, paved sites w/water & 30A, dump station on site. Total self serve registration. Don't bother trying to find at their website, site did not work well and did not list the address. We called, nice lady on phone but she gives TERRIBLE directions for out-of-towners. It is on Hwy 60 (E/B) after it changes to Hwy 152, pay attention or you miss the small sign. Bathroom/showers need to be dozed & rebuilt. Grass was mowed but city residents using the park trash it-garbage strewn all over the place despite an over abundance of garbage cans equally distributed about the park. Fees are $15 Sun-Thurs & $20 Fri-Sat. OK for a "just passin' thru" overnight. - rvrrat520
Sep 2019 - $1.00
We stayed on a Saturday night in early September. We arrived about 5 pm and one other trailer was parked. Unless you stay in site 10, you will likely not be able to stay hooked up over night without blocking traffic. Electricity and water worked great at our site (site 1), but many of the other sites had VERY leaky water. The adjacent city park has nice walking trails, grills, and tables as well as playground equipment. There were some folks driving around with radios blaring until about midnight, but after that the area was surprisingly quiet. - wulfleton
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
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
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
Apr 2019 - $8.00
This is a very primitive camping area. Mostly for "locals" to come ride their four wheelers. Ride your four wheeler thoughout the 48 acre park. We had two families taking up three spots (don't know if they paid for three or not) by parking vehicles so we had to take a poor spot. Roads are not paved in camping area, and campsites are DIRT! WIll definitely not stop their again. - Shagphil
Dec 2017 - $10.00
A huge disappointment; I have stayed at National Forests campgrounds and I have never before encountered one so miserable and neglected. We arrived after dark. There was no map or any guidance as to where the campsite was so we ended up going down a few blind areas that were very hard to turn around in before finally pulling into the first site with an electric post that we could find. In the morning we discovered our water hydrant was cracked so that when we turned on the water, we had a gushing geyser spraying every which way and soaking the ground. We tried to find another campsite because we like to stay two days at each stop but we found either geysers or dry wells. Our site was miserable, sloped, full of holes and far too short for our rig. The bathrooms and showers were a disaster. Each toilet and sink and the taps and shower floors had a small circle of immaculately clean area but the rest of the buildings were a disaster. There were holes in the roofs, bird and insect nests in every corner and branches, dirt, debris and garbage everywhere beyond the little circle of clean as if the bathroom maintenance was being done on a work to rule basis. The electrical stands were in horrible shape with broken covers, some circuits hanging loose, some working, some not. Everything just a huge mess. Now to be fair, one of the other campers told me there had been a severe storm and then wildfires over the summer that made the huge mess. There certainly was something "off" about the place as I awoke wheezing and my husband had eye irritation and cough. The trees looked both storm twisted and fire burnt. We did not see a single bird or other sign of wildlife. Maybe the place will be fixed up soon, but for now it is a mess and I can't just recommend it. Boondocking at one of the nearby truck stops would be better. We left after breakfast. - Judy Birchland
Apr 2017 - $10.00
First, be sure to take the road around to the north side of the lake. The south side is a steep, dirt road more for a picnic area. On the north side, there are two areas: the loop to the west of the entrance is used predominantly by ATVers. It has nice restrooms with very nice showers. The east loop is no ATVs, so is quieter but looked like pit toilets only. The dump station is on a hill by one entrance, somewhat awkward but usable. We stayed on the ATV side; from here on expect capacity crowds over the weekends, and sounds of major party time. One camper parked vehicles and a trailer in limited sites to save them for friends and family -- that is not permitted but he did it anyway. There is a campground host, but he's not always there. - arboldt
Jul 2017 - $15.00
McClelland Creek National Grasslands is a short drive from the interstate, off a paved 2-lane road. Interior gravel roads are easily navigable with a big rig and sites are spacious. Campground is very quiet with few campers (we stayed during the week, however it was July 3rd, so would have expected it to be busier with holiday traffic). The area around the lake is quite scenic with deer and wading birds coming out at dusk. A lovely place to hike and bring binoculars! - KyKampers
Oct 2010 - $18.00
We arrived here after dark which proved difficult because the signage was horrible. Furthermore, there was no lighting. We drove by the campground road because of no signs indicating that's where the campground was. We were literally the only campers probably due to the late date. It proved to be a nice quiet place that offered us a good night's sleep. In the morning, it became apparent we were staying on beautiful Lake McClellan. There was wonderful walking here. Finding the dump was very difficult. Again there were no signs. We spotted the dump off in the distance. We'd definitely go back here. - pocabe