Reviews for Alanreed Travel Center & Motel

| A place to park for one night

By user-6065745... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-06-26 to 2017-06-27

This is very convenient to I-40. It is just a place to park your RV overnight. There is no shower facility at all. If you need a bathroom it is in the store which is open 7 am to 8pm only. The staff is very nice , allowed us to borrow a 50 amp to 30 amp converter, which we really appreciated . There is not much to choose from in this area, so realize it is a convenient place , but has no frills. However for $18 and full hookups , it worked ok for one night.

| Good night stay

By user-5289949... on 2017-10-23.

What a quaint little place to park for the night. A blast from the past on Route 66. THANKS Dixie! Pam and Ron

| Great one-nighter

By user-5801025... on 2017-10-23.

Easy in and out...$18...FHU. Windy hilltop, no shade. Check in at Conoco/Post Office. Delightful lady there. No wifi or cable...maybe air tv...we didn't try. No restrooms. If all you need is hookups and a safe place for the night...this is it!


By user-5271173... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-06-07 to 2016-06-08

Just a few spots on a grassy hill top. All have full facilities but only 50 amp service. But the folks are quite friendly and loaned me an adapter for my 30 amp RV. They have a very eclectic general store that's fun to look thru and grab some ice cream. Absolutely nothing around there so it's a great break from I-40. Quiet dark night..

| Great view

By user-5799608... on 2017-10-23.

This was a great view and easy in and out... When I called an hour before arriving they were really nice and said just park and pay in the morning!!!!

| Easy over night.

By user-5816601... on 2017-10-23.

Happy little place. Flat pull through sites with hook ups. Cute post office/store/gift shop. Motel and signage painted with cowboys, cowgirls, buffalo, ect. See to the horizon in two directions and the stars are bright at night. Quiet and beautiful.

| Great One Nighter

By anonymous-user on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-08-04 to 2017-08-05

Traveling through and this place was easy to pull in and hook up. You can't beat the price of $18. The small privacy fence they have, offered some shade as there were no trees. Take time to meet Dixie who owns the Conoco and Motel/RV park. Her husband is a descendant of Davy Crockett. The store offers interesting items. Across the street is another RV park and you could hear the owners dogs. At least they weren't in this park .

| Perfect for a night

By user-6596142... on 2017-10-23.

For an overnight stop, this is perfect. Quiet, full hook ups, decent view, under $20. Be aware there is no 30 amp service, only 50 and 20. Very pleased for the convenience and the price!

| Plain and simple

By user-5777302... on 2017-10-23.

The grass was cut, it was reasonably quite and there were only two others, likely long term residents. The $18 price was about right with 50 amp service. No Wireless but great Verizon 4G.

| Ok for a quick rest

By user-6541950... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-03-26 to 2016-03-27

This park's website advertises a discount if you fill up at their Conoco, but they refused to honor it and their gas sign advertised gas $0.05 cheaper than they charged at the pump. If you can't drive another 50-60 miles in either direction to find another spot, the $18 charge is worth having electric, water and sewer hookup, but get your gas before you arrive because they were charging $0.20 to $0.22 more than the west bound stations on I-40 at McLean, five miles before we reached Alanreed. The spots were flat enough to get level and it was quiet enough to get much needed rest, but I wouldn't go there for any other reason than getting from one side of the Texas panhandle to the other.

| Good for one night

By user-5623115... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-09-25 to 2017-09-26

Simple but full hookups. Sewers are full of flying bugs so there is definitely a problem there.