February 16, 6:23am - reviewed by Nomadkawboy
Good Basic Park
We stayed here for five nights because the national park was full. It provided what we needed, a decent place to stay close to the park. It is basic, we had a flat site with full hookup (30 amp). Had to pay $2 for the shower. Wifi doesn't work at the site but is good at the office. They do not recommend drinking the water due to mineral content but they provided free gallons of water. It is dusty but this is the desert. Spacing was ok where we were, site 76. This park looked better then the others we saw in the area. Our only concern was quiet time didn't start until midnight, but it was never a problem, maybe because the Park was only 50 - 60% full. We would stay here again if we couldn't get in the national park.
December 27, 3:41pm - reviewed by Pigcrib
The RV sites give you a place to hook up and thats about it. The sites really close, gravel pads which are kinda level and they mixed in with tent campers and cabin/motel rooms. This was a fun experience. The shouting, dog barking, flash light beams in your eyes and having your minor daughter get to see a grown man pee behind their dumpster. This is one classy “resort”.
November 13, 2:59pm - reviewed by Pete
Big Bend Visitor
This was an ok place to stay. As said by many smallish, dusty sites. Electric did not work in our site so they had to move us which was ok because they were not full. It seems like the best place to stay near this entrance to the park.
April 13, 5:35pm - reviewed by HaRVey
That’s about the best you can say, it is ok. Didn’t use the showers since you need to pay extra. Price was reasonable but lit is bare bones.
February 15, 1:07am - reviewed by Jerry H
Fair To Average
As said before small sites and dusty, restrooms are fair, $39.00 per night with good sams.
February 12, 7:36pm - reviewed by Duane&Jody
Do not recommend!!
Stayed at this companies park at red canyon in Utah and felt this would be similar.
WiFi is a joke unless you go to the office, stated they had cable , upon check in was told cable only for the motel. However park was wired for cable.
November 26, 7:19am - reviewed by Robf
Friendly staff, close to Terlingua, sites are a little close together but no big deal, very dusty but you are in West Texas. Would stay again. ( 35 ft class a with toad )
November 20, 7:10pm - reviewed by Carol
Okay when nat. park campgrounds are full
Dusty, close together, 80% of the washers and dryers are out of order, someone stole our nice new water hose off our R V! Great location. Restaurant has good food. RV clerks were friendly.
February 28, 8:01am - reviewed by R. C.
Nice place but lots are small. Hookups work well but they had a few down for maintenance. WIFI doesn't work! Bathrooms and Showers are disgusting and not enough for the amount of people. Nobody seems to pick up after their pet. Overall though, it's a decent place to use as a base camp for touring Big Bend
February 20, 5:01pm - reviewed by WA Travelers
Had a great time sight seeing around Terlingua. Lots of characters around town. RV park very basic.
February 10, 11:23pm - reviewed by Clarkrvlife
Beware...wifi is not throughout the park. It is available in a room at the lodge. Site 98 is by a building that hums constantly. The vibration was felt through the floor constantly.
November 28, 2:23am - reviewed by Craig Marshall
Great site view access yo the parks is right around the corner.. a texas corner.. lol
April 23, 7:54pm - reviewed by RCC
Great sites very cheap for the amenities. Only $27 for a pull thru site. Clean quiet and definitely recommend it.
January 3, 12:13pm - reviewed by WinkInc
No one is around, so you can have a secluded adventure with gorgeous views of the mountains. Facilities are low average. Not much for kids.