Our kids took their bikes and had a wonderful time. It's a calm neighborhood with enjoyable amenities.
$30 a night with Good Sam's membership and she was going to honor it even though we don't have it
We spent two nights at Camelot Village in a 40' fifth wheel. There are a handful of nightly pull-through sites right by the office, laundry and pool. Our site was on a very long concrete pad and had grass between sites. We had a picnic table and grill in our site and plenty of room to extend our awnings. The vast majority of RVs at Camelot Village are long-term residents but the community was very tidy and well maintained. Camelot Village is on the west side of Lubbock. Costco is across the street and Sam's Club and Target are only about a mile away. The rate of $25 per night was a bargain. Although wifi is not provided, we were very satisfied with all the other hookups. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
I just came back from my first stay at Camelot in Lubbock, and I thought it was a really nice RV park. The pads are concrete and very level, with a large number of pull throughs. Utility and sewer connections were also easy to access and clean. There's a decent number of trees (at least by Lubbock standards), and a reasonable amount of space between pads. Debbie in the office was very friendly and accommodating when I needed a little bit of a late checkout. The pool area seemed nice, though we didn't use it. It's quite a large park, with a lot of permanent residents, but most of the residents are toward the back of the park. The short term pads are near the front, and the front part of the park seems clean and well-kept. Some of the ones in the back were a bit junky looking, but as a short-term stay, you don't have to go back there. Overall, I enjoyed it, and I plan to stay here any time I come back to Lubbock.
Reservation process was odd. When I called in she took our last name only and gave us a site number. When we checked in she just had our name written in a calendar book. Told us our cost was $25, which is a great rate, but then just wrote down the credit card info and said she'd give us a receipt in the morning, which they did. The sites in front of office are for nightly visitors with the majority of people being long term. We stayed in site 78 which has steep entrances and our bike rack scrapped on both ends. The site ended up being paved and level at the peak for our 25' motorhome. No wifi. AT&T LTE was good. Costco is across the street with good diesel prices. Cabela's is next to Costco.
My wife and I wanted to stay in a RV park that was convenient to Texas Tech University and Camelot filled the bill to a "T". Price was very reasonable for a two night stay at $25 a night. Short term guests are placed in Pull-throughs in front of the office, the showers, and the laundry facilities. Very convenient. Camelot will be our park of choice when travelling to Lubbock in the future.99999
Staff is extremely friendly. Grounds are clean. Mostly permanent personnel but everyone seemed friendly. The freeway noise is a bit loud at night, but we were near the wall (east) side. The office is in the middle of the park (odd) but there were plenty of signs to guide you in. The transient spaces were right in front of the office. We camped in a 35' 5er. We will definitely return if in this area again.