Right by I27, but traffic noise in not bad at all. Redoing the bathrooms now, 1 is done and is really nice. Temporary sites are very large and big rig friendly. Rain could make muddy, but not sloppy! Lots of full time campers here, but did not mind. Staff is very friendly and helpful. No tub or pool, but very quiet. Will definately stay again. Stayed in a 42' fifth wheel!
Road in has chuck holes, but park road is asphalt. Sites are pull- thru, packed dirt with rock,semi level & plenty long for tow. Easy off & on the Interstate, but road noise not an issue. Satellite friendly. 3 miles to Walmart. Friendly manager. We spent 2 nites here in June with a 40' MH & we' d stay again if coming thru this area especially for the rate of $25 for full hookup per nite
Agree with other reviews: very nice basic RV park. Close to the town of Canyon & to the Palo Duro Canyon SP.
Nice basic rv campground with friendly staff. Pull thru sites. Offered military discount. Paid $25 for 30 amp with water and waste water.
Appears to be under newer management and looks like they are trying to make improvements. Our site was level and shaded, however it stormed overnight and there was mud everywhere. Seemed like a good number of long time residents not really separated from the temporary rv'ers. But good for if your staying a few days.
We stayed at Palo Duro RV Park for 3 nights in a 40' fifth wheel. Our site was a long pull-through on hard packed gravel with grass around it. The laundry room was clean but two of the dryers were not operable. It appeared that most of the RVs there were owned by long-term residents but they appeared to be well maintained. The best thing about this campground is its location. It's less than a mile from I-27 and only a couple of miles from downtown Canyon. A Super Wal-Mart is about 3 miles away. Amarillo and the Palo Duro Canyon State Park are each within 10 miles. Our rate was only $25 per night (tax included) with the Good Sam's discount. We would stay here again.
Agree with previous reviewer. Good rate but did not check out restrooms. Many long term campers there.
We were traveling back and forth to San Antonio from Colorado and stayed here on the way down and on the way back. It's cheap, right off the highway, and easy to get in and out of. The lady running the desk is very friendly and helpful. It's a no frills place and as long as you understand that, it's a great place to overnight. We found it quiet, very pet friendly, clean and met all of our needs. It's also a great place to camp if you have time to visit the Canyon and check out Texas, the musical. We will definitely stay here again if traveling through.
We stayed here two nights in a 40' motor home. Our site was a pull thru with full hookups. Site was level gravel with a small grassy area. Internet was great and good cell phone reception. Price was reasonable ($25 with good sam's membership). Made for a good home base to hike at palo duro canyon state park. Would recommend this campground. Staff was very friendly and accommodating.
We stayed 2 nights June 15th and 16th 2016. Large flat pull through gravel site with grass around. $25/NIGHT full hookup 50 amp with Good Sam discount. Restroom recently redone 2 showers 2 toilets. Very clean. Staff nice. Will stay here again when passing through. Easier to stay here than in canyon since it's about 10 degrees cooler.
We checked in late on Sunday and picked up our paperwork and site assignment easily as promised. The pull-through sites are very long and fairly level. The campground is right off the highway, so it's easy to access but you do hear some traffic noise. It didn't bother us at all though. We would definitely stay here again!
Only $25 full hookup (30 amp)
Great place to stop for the night. Restrooms were clean and they staggered the overnight tv's so they were not so close together. Office staff was kind and polite. Would stay again.
Level sites. Set up of sites doesn't allow for much individual outdoor space. Palo Duro State Park is close by and worth the stop. Easy access to I 27
We stayed here while visiting family. The RV Park is easy to access, clean, and with good sized spaces. The staff was friendly and helpful. We will be back.
This park is in bad shape. What it has going for it is it's close proximity to Palo Duro Canyon.
Do not confuse with Palo Duro Rim RV park, like I did.
The space was so tight we couldn't even use the awning. We had no room to sit by our trailer. The site was a messy mud puddle.
Nice pull-thru very level sites close to stores really enjoying are stay. Was only going to stay one night but staying two nights very relaxing. Close to state park.
We stayed 2 nites. Close to the canyon. Adequate showers and laundry. Level easy access sites. Several long term residents, but safe place to stay. But the best thing was the staff. My brother in law left his wallet in the bathroom which we discovered gone on arrival in New Mexico. We called, someone had turned it in to the office. She was happy to overnite it to our new location to the police department. Saved us a 200 mile trip back to get it. She was great! If ever back there, would stop again.
Fair deal for the price. Lots of older Rv s that needed work. Level spots. Had a bit of a time getting our 45 + toad in spot.
Came in on a Sunday and they were closed, which is no biggie. Had a reservation, so I just grabbed my spot. Next morning I go to the office to change my reservation (needed to leave that day instead of staying another night) and it's still closed, even though its past time for the office to be open. Waited until 10 or 11, checked, still closed. Left anyways and called, no one answered so I left a message. No one ever attempted to call me back. Guess they took my money anyways. On top of it all, your parking on grass and your slideouts are touching your neighbors camper. I'd go stay in a KOA before coming back to this place. Worst experience I've ever had. Also love how it's common to get tornadoes in the panhandle (which one touched down not far from us that night) and yet there is ZERO safe places to go in case of one. The buildings are less sturdy than a 50 year old bumper pull. Zero thought put in to anything with this place. There are much better parks closer to the canyon or even closer to Amarillo. Avoid this place at all costs.