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Paid for a month at $400. Will leave on 8/3 due to the fair. We can come back to use the remainder of the 30 days. The campground closes in the middle of September. Maintenance is very good. Nice grass kept up by maintenance. Mower available to trim around your site. Tables available upon request. If Host not available when you enter, just pick a spot and set the rear of the coach in line with the utilities.

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None of the sites were very level for a motorhome. No problem for trailers, however. A few 50 amp outlets. Some campers look to be there for the season. Grass sites back in. No problem for big rig. No shade for the available sites. Water and power available. Dump is around the corner. Far enough off the highway for quiet night. No hosts around.

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We parked in a new pull through area that has extra long sites for the longest combinations. Very level. Grass has not had a chance to get too mature yet. The logs protecting the utilities disrupt the flow to the sewer.

     

Pampa RV Park

Pampa, Texas

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Essentially a sandy gravel lot sloped from entrance to rear. Parking around the perimeter. Site width adequate. All Back in. No effort to level the sloped for each site. All utilities near the rear requiring a long sewer hose. No trees or shrubbery. No on site manager as advertised. Tried the Cable TV - Only got music stations. No over the air TV available.

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Due to recent rains driveway is quite rutted. Needs crushed limestone rather than sandy fines. Sites are roomy but not very well leveled. All utilities at rear of site necessitating a long sewer hose. Owner states he designed them this way to prevent us from backing up over them. Some trees to break the sites up.

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Unfortunately, due to the drought in the area the "grassy areas" are tinder dry and burning ban in effect. Our site is fantastic, looking out at the sunset over the lake. Sites are on a bluff perhaps 30 ft above the lake level. Nice paved parking with concrete patio with aluminum picnic table, fire ring, and lantern post.

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Arrived at the gate house at 11AM - the posted opening time. Waited a while. Tried the phone number - disconnected. Attendant showed up 15 minutes late. Said "I was here but had other things to do" Told me to find a place and come back. I guess I could have done that earlier as there was no closed gate. Back in site across the road gives the MH a view of the lake from the front window. Many sites have low hanging branches. Could not back in fully. Due to the drought the grass is rather brown. Table has a roof covering it. Burning ban in effect. Mid October yielded a few sites available on the weekend. love the COE sites.

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What's to complain about? I get full hookup with 50 amps. I get a river rock gravel parking spot that is clean whether it rains or not. $25 is about as cheap as you get for full hookup unless you luck out and get a Passport America spot where you want to stop. Traffic noise was NO problem. I would have had no use for a pool. Granted, the spots are tight together but I don't plan to lounge for an overnight.

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We have stayed here at least yearly when we visit family in the area for the last 7 or 8 years. We have never had a problem getting a site of some sort. One time, on a busy weekend, we had our kids pay and reserve a site before we could arrive. Nice concrete pads with concrete patio. There are charcoal grills at each site and a few portable fire pits available. What can I add to all the previous reviews that showcase this park any better.

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Popular park. We had no reservation but being midweek we hoped to get any spot. Asked for one with a view of the lake and they found one for our two night stay. #91 through 96 have good views. Water bibs available around the circle. No grey water disposal on the site allowed. Dump and fill station as you leave. Concrete pad with spacious patio with table and fire ring.

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They could police the use of the 50 amp sites. When we arrived all were filled - one with a pickup camper hooked to 20A even though a sign on the power post says reserved for 30 and 50 amp. Half of the 30 amp sites are not usable unless you bring a 30 amp extension cord as the post is between two widely spaced locations. Convenient dump location. Bathrooms quite a long way from the sites. I do not know if they have showers.

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Bring lots of sewer hose as the connection is at the street. Very small grass patch between sites. Escort to site. Same price after pool closed. We were placed between two units even though the park was nearly empty.

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We are staying the last few days of this season. They are closing early (Oct 4) to do some major maintenance. Usual closing is Mid October. Sites are level enough to use without jacks or planks. One wonders why the water was set at the corner of the street. Bring plenty of hose.

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I discount for back to back services and lack of elbow room. We were greeted at the entrance by the owner who guided us to a great pull through spot. It had been raining the night before so he checked the spot first before returning to guide us. There are semi-mature trees but we were able to set out slides on both sides with no problem. Forget an awning, however. Sites are gravel with picnic tables and fire rings. Firewood available at reasonable cost. We had no problem with mosquitoes. Lots of tenting spaces. Great value for full hookup with Passport. Else $40 would be a stretch. Lots of showers but perhaps not enough if the tent spots are full during bike week.

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This park is completely adequate if you do not need showers or a clean bathroom. The spacious grounds are mowed and green at this time after the rains. There is a very helpful camp host so one does not have to stop at the golf course to register. We had a pick of probably 5 level sites, all with 50A and water service on grass or gravel. . We were warned of fire ants but did not see any. Most sites have no significant shade. There are flush toilets and a sink with cold water. Ceilings and walls have spider webs and mud dauber nests. I understand there is very little water in the reservoir so don't plan on using the beach to swim. If one wants to golf, this would be a great place to park. There is a dump station as you exit. There is a pavilion that one could use for a group camp. Nice tent camping area as well but where would one use the latrine?