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I realize the options in Tucumcari are slim but this place is near the bottom of the barrel. It's redeeming feature is it is cheap. IF you have Passport America. There is no way this place is worth it's full price. When you first pull in you are faced with a dilapidated early '50s motor inn. In near complete disrepair with a hole punched in the building directly in front of you. The office is run down and loaded with hand made signs to direct you to the office. Once they unlock the door to let you in you are hit with the smell of curry. The woman is very helpful and courteous. Once checked in she will walk you to your site. They aren't numbered. Our site's cable TV was provided by a coax cable buried in the ground with barely enough length to reach our coach. The sites are all gravel with a few small trees. No dumpster for trash. There was a handmade sign above a plastic trash can instead.

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An older park with a large number of grassed over gravel sites. Utilities located at the back of the space. Access to the park from the East requires a bit of in-city driving. Conveniently located to a number of Wichita Falls cultural features.

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Located on the left 6 miles south of Bonham on Texas Hwy 121. Take Exit 671 off of US Hwy 82. The best thing about this park is the owner. Call her to make sure there is room. All electrical are 50 amp only. If you don't have an adapter the owner will provide one. Grass-gravel site with some shade. Nothing fancy, but functional.

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A simple mom & pop operation, good for overnight stops and a visit in the area. Located far enough off the Interstate on Hwy 174, amid the trees to be quiet. Located on a hillside, level sites with a great view of the Southern Forest. Nice folks run the place. Usable open WiFi. We'd stay here again. Lot spacing was nearby with a sunny/open exposure. Site surface was gravel with grass and features a picnic table.

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Easy access from I-10, but far enough off to avoid much of the associated noise. Clean laundry room with quick dryers. Nice folks running the place. Paved streets with level, gravel sites. A mix of pull through and back in sites. We'd stay here again.

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A good place for an overnight stop. Close quarters but ok for us with no slides. Pull throw spaces. Wifi worked somewhat. Nice, friendly lady running the front desk. Gravel roads with concrete stripes at the site.

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Understand that Ft Stockton is a blue collar, oil patch town in West Texas. Things here are dry, dusty and windy. The emphasis is on function over form. Things may not look as pretty as the KOA campground of the year but everything works. What started life as a KOA campground, is now run by a family working hard to make a go of it. You can see a number of improvements, including their work refurbishing the main restroom/showers, and new picnic tables. At the same time they are expanding to accommodate the increase in oil/gas industry workers.

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While the park appears to be a nice, well kept place, as overnighters we did not have the chance to experience it. They do not except reservation. You can not call to determine availability. So you have to drive out to the park to find that all they offer is dry camping. Nice people, lousy way of doing business for travelers. Enough to make us re-evaluate the value of our continued membership in the club.

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Basic gravel lot, good for overnighters. Off the main highway and quiet. The best value of this place is the people that run it. Super helpful and courteous.

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Authorized for Active Duty, Retired, Guard, Reserve, DOD civilians. In addition to the $30 base rate they have 2 sites with water/electric only for $20 a night. Reservations not excepted except during Sept/Oct when you can "prepay" for a specific site. You can stay for up to 7 months after which you have to move out for at least 2 months. Two pet limit with some restrictions on breeds. Call for more information. Residents have full use of base facilities including Commissary, gym, pool, auto hobby shop, arts and craft, etc.

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A good option for an overnight stay. On the US 93 southbound into town. Pick your spot, park and go into the Casino entrance. Pick up your free popcorn and margaritas. This time of the year there is some snow melt and the parking lot is muddy in placed.

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As previously described this is a basic park good for overnight stops. Easy access from US 36 on the West side of town. All sites are full hookups with some 50Amp. Excellent free WIFI. Good Verizon signal 4G+. Park is level and grass covered.

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Full hookups gets you a campground spot with lots of shade. If you only want water and electric they put you in the Group section with some shady spots.

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Honor system laundry. Very clean. If you are in town to visit a soldier, mention it. Entrance sign is very visible on 190 Business Loop in the daytime. It is not illuminated so it's hard to see at night. It is strongly recommended that you call in advance so they can open the gate. An earlier reviewer expressed concern because it is a gated park. The surrounding neighborhood seemed quiet enough but it is a military town.

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This park has two sections, old with trees and new very small trees. It is located adjoined to a mobile home park. The entire rv section is paved or gravel. No grass. Saturday and Sunday office hours close at noon. The contact number for access code yielded no response. We had to find the owner to get them. This is one occasion where our Garmin was more accurate that the campgrounds signs. Traveling South on S Main. St their signs says 2 miles while our GPS said less than a mile. Garmin won. New section shower/bath room was in good shape. However the showers, two phone booths and a handicap accessible one had no bench, no shelf and only one hook.