Keep in mind - you are in Odessa, TX. West Texas. Land of oil and sand. Now, with that in mind, we loved Mesquite Oasis. Hosts are super, facilities were clean, sites were large and easy to access and the long-term residents were friendly. We needed it for only an overnight and it was perfect. If you have to be in Odessa, don't hesitate to stop here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The amenities this park offers are wonderful. The staff is very caring and helpful. I love the duck pond and our pups really enjoyed them as well. Comparing to other RV parks we seen in the area there is no comparison. The view outside of the pond ain't great, but it is desert, oil field, Texas. Loved the place will stay again if in area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park gets all the basics right with good driveways; spacious, level sites; convenient hookups; and wonderfully large, clean bathrooms with plenty of hooks and counter-top space; free WiFi (though not especially fast). Bravo for an integrated center with workout room, laundry and game room. This would easily be an 8-rated facility if it were next to a pretty national park! We stayed only one night on our way through and had no problems, but we did wonder if ever there are lines with only 2 bathrooms available. Price is on the high end for this level of amenities, but seems demand is up with the oil boom in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Like many in this park we are oil field workers who will live in our RV long term. Park quality is therefore very important to us. This park is a good one for us. It has everything they claim in their web site. Spots are large with plenty of room. Facilities are clean and in good shape. We like the security cameras and on site managers. But like any other RV park in West Texas, there will be sticky goo mud when it rains, and dust when dry. You can't escape either. Our rig is 55' long plus we have an SUV. All fit in our spot. There is plenty of room for our full slides and awning. The gym and pond are a nice set of extras. Wi-Fi is not the best but will be fine as long as you don't try to stream videos and games. This is a great park and you will not find any others better in either Odessa or Midland. We drove through several others before staying here. All the others have close, tight spaces and rigs are all packed in like sardines. Most area parks have rough roads full of pot holes. Not this one. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is about 4 1/2 miles off of Highway 20. It's dirt and gravel, and big rigs won't have any problems moving easily through the park. We just stayed here overnight on our way to Arizona, but there are many who have been here long term because of work in the area. Quiet time is from 10 pm through 6 am. There's a lovely pond with ducks and if you bring your fishing pole you can fish. The facilities include a workout room and game room. It's pretty smoky in there though. There was Wi-Fi available, but I kept getting kicked off so used AT&T hotspot instead, I had 4 bars. This park was pretty full, mostly long term so I'm sure it was the high volume usage that got me kicked off. Mary couldn't have been nicer at check in! It's dusty and there's plenty of dust, but overall, it was a good nights stay with plenty of quiet time at night for restful sleep. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our rate is for seniors over 55. The park facilities are impressive. Each resident is given a pin # to access the office building for use of the showers, bathrooms, laundry, fitness room, and club room. The sites are long pull thrus and very wide. Of course being in W. Texas don't expect grass or shade but around the office building is a wonderful dark green grassy lawn. There is also a duck pond with fish in it. This is about the best in the Odessa/Midland area. There are thousands of construction workers living in RVs everywhere due to an oil drilling boom taking hold of this small town area. This park is on city water. Many others are on well water or bottled water. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park had city water available where other parks we called had well water and would give you bottled water to drink and cook with. While this is a west Texas park and as a result grass was not at each site but a nice grassy area was near the office. Also had a workout room and pool table available. The duck pond with the no ice skating sign was a highlight right next to a working oil well. A unique park with ample amenities and friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. We called and were told we could have a site for 2 days, then the park was booked. We were told that their well was bad, not to use it for drinking or cooking and that we would be given a case of water when we checked in. It’s all oil workers here and they have cars/trucks all over the place. Difficult to get around corners. WiFi is free, but very on and off - mostly off. We went to office to ask if it was faster there and were told it should be the same all over the park. Staff didn’t seem concerned at all about the lack of internet. This park should only be used by the oil workers. We didn’t look at the washroom/shower facility as it was so cold out and we were too far away to go out in the icy weather. It’s a dirty, dusty park. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only stayed one night, park has water problem, could not drink their water, had to use bottled water or your own tank. Tight narrow roads are paved with short, narrow sites. Power and cell OK. There was trees for shade. Probably would look elsewhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When we checked in we were told we could not use the water for drinking or cooking, but could use it for bathing. The health department determined the water was not safe. They gave us 2 cases of bottle water to use during our stay. We chose not to connect to there water because of their water problem. We were afraid the bad water would contaminate our RV plumbing system. The pull thru sites were very tight because of the trees that lined the site. They did attempt to keep the trees trimmed back to allow big rigs like ours to get access. However, we had to back up in order to leave the site the next morning. There were numerous permanent residents probably because of the oil field workers in the area. Would have rated the campground higher, had it not been for the water problem and the pull thru site being so tight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older campground in need of repairs and very narrow sites. People staying in the park would block streets with cars. You cannot drink the water and no cable tv. The owner is not very friendly and you better not drive over 5 mph or he will shake a fly swatter at you and threaten to kick you out. Full of oilfield workers. I won't be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in the middle of an industrial area. No big surprise here. The entire Midland/Odessa Oil Patch is an industrial area. People don't come here for the ambiance. This park is largely populated by oil field workers. As noted in previous posts, you can't drink the water but the staff gives you a case of drinking water when you check in. The water in the entire area is messed up, so it's not just them. The air smells like oil. It is not a garden spot. Having said that though we would stay here again if we needed a quick overnight stay on the road. Staff was pleasant and facilities were clean. Easy in and out though the owners allows cabin residents to park along the entrance and if you're in a big rig it can be a bit of a hassle getting around them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is for over night only. Campgrounds are hard to fine in this area. Staff was very nice and helpful. Sites are level and there are trees. You can't drink the water, but they give you a full case of water to drink. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A pretty nice, but full campground with lots of permanent residents, maybe oil field workers. There is a very nice dog off-leash area, and the staff was very nice. The only downside was the strong smell of crude oil in the air from the local well development, but the smell did blow away the day we left. A nice over night stop when needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Apparently we were lucky to get a site, the entire area for 200 miles is booked solid with oil field workers. The air stinks like oil, and management gave us a case of water when we arrived, telling us that the state declared their water polluted and it was not drinkable. That said, the park was very clean, even though there were many permanent residents. Wonderful fenced grassy dog area. Very friendly staff. I would stay here again if I were forced to drive through Odessa again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was just an overnighter for us. Several TV channels over the air. Wi-Fi was strong. They are addressing the water problem. It wasn't just the RV park that was effected. Apparently, whatever is in the water can be filtered out so the water company is giving out filter until they can clear up the problem. I would stay there again if ever in the area We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Wifi was fast and stable. Good clean and strong shower. They had a water issue but gave out a case of bottled water (provided by the state). The bad part was overnight sites are put on the front row where you hear all the traffic. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a sad place and the only RV Park that you would want to stay in in the area! The pool is empty, the sites are close and dusty, and you can't drink the water because the well had been compromised. The laundry is hot and if you don't open the door you will pass out, and it was winter while we were here. This is a sad place and the only game in town. You'd think Midland/Odessa would do better! Won't come back and don't suggest you do so either. We stayed for 4 dreadful days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very crowded CG, easy access from I-20. Price reflects Good Sam 10% discount. Escort to sites. Many permanent folks who work in the oil fields. Sites are level, gravel and close to each other. Have to unhook the towed car but there is a parking spot for your car next to site. Picnic tables, but no grills on sites. Plenty to do in town, less than 10 miles away, including movie theaters, Wallyworld, and all the stores. Petroleum and Air Force Museums nearby. Free CG Wi-Fi fair, Verizon air card acceptable. Satellite reception fine. At this time, the CG water is not for consumption due to an inspection by authorities, and a case of bottled water is given to you when you check in. Water is fine for showering and dish washing, per authorities. Had no problem with that, as we never drink CG water anyway. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff. Convenient to I-10 and pretty quiet at night. Sites are very narrow and short for our 35 foot fifth wheel. Level gravel site with picnic table on concrete slab. Clean pool and a grassy play field for children. Adequate TV reception with antenna. There are remnants of grass at sites, but perhaps due to drought conditions, the campground is very dusty. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you can't stay at a KOA, then the best place to stay is a campground that used to be a KOA. Like this one. The sites are clean and wide. The pool was clean and refreshing but the tables and chairs were a little worn out. The bathrooms were clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Decent park midway between Midland and Odessa. Great location to stop and see the local museums (CAF and the Petroleum). This is a very full park with mostly semi permanent campers with most sites fairly well kept up. Our site was large enough for our MH and Jeep tow but was a little tight getting out due to all the extra cars most sites had. Nice pool with clean, cool water which was much appreciated with the 105 degree days we experienced while here. Wi-Fi was strong. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for an overnight. Staff friendly nice level pull through site and long enough so I did not have to unhook. Only problem is there free Wi-Fi was not operating and they did not seem to know what to do about it. Some shade which was good since it was 96 when we got here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Worked okay for our quick overnight. Was a quick check in and we had no problem getting our 40 ft. toy hauler in . Probably would look for other options if desiring to spend a week or more in the are but it was fine for one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not a bad place for an overnight. Lots of permanent residents, roads are narrow and dusty, not really big rig friendly but it's OK for one night. We'd stay here again, if we were passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For our needs, this park was fine. Overnight stay on the way from TN to AZ. Site was a pull-thru with no problems getting in or out but could see how it could be a problem for bigger rigs the way some people park. No cable, but we survived. People in the office were nice. Had a dog park area, which was an nice option. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is daily rate for FHU 50 amp pull thru with GS discount. Former KOA type office building and campground layout. Somewhat narrow asphalt roads. Sites are wide enough for slideouts and have picnic tables. Good Verizon cell signal. Wi-Fi worked exceptionally well. Many workers stay here, but their sites are well kept. If you have a bigger big rig it's probably not the place for you, but our 38' MH and toad fit with room to spare. A more than acceptable place to stay given what else is available in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really do not know how Trail Life rates this park so high. It is actually a camper park, 95% of the sites was permanent people and the park is very unkempt. The owners gave us the feeling they really are not interested in making you feel welcome. While checking in, the owner was not polite. We were in town for a bowling tournament and the local people said they were sorry that Odessa could not offer anything better than this park for RVers. It is dusty, we will have to wash our toad and motorhome for sure. We travel in a 43 footer and tow a small SUV: had to unhook to even drive to our site. So when they say big rig friendly, I think not! Everyday we had to move our vehicle so a rig parked next to us could get out. So, this is not even an overnight stop if you are a big rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another park where I just don't understand the high ratings from the Trailer Life directory. The park has paved interior roads but the sites are dirt and pretty tight for big rigs. I had to ask our neighbor to move his dually truck so I could leave without a problem. The park is in an industrial area with the closest restaurant being at a truck stop about 2 miles away. As previously stated the majority of the park tenants are permanent residents, but I didn't notice any derelict RVs, and the park was clean. Not a whole lot of parks to choose from in this part of TX, but I think I will look around a little before returning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We truly enjoyed this park for the two days we stayed. The park has long and level gravel sites with concrete pads. Roads are paved. Mostly long term residents who work in the area. The staff ensures that all sites are clean and enforce the speed limit. Since there aren’t too many transient sites, we made our reservations a few days in advance. Temperatures were in the high nineties on our stay, so the shade trees were delightful. Wi-Fi and cell phone worked fine. The negative is they don’t have cable TV. We definitely recommend this campground for short stays. We visited the Petroleum Museum. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a convenient stop on I-20. Nothing fancy, but clean, with paved roads and level gravel parking pads. Escort to site, wi-fi at site, but a bit slow. Mostly long-term/permanent sites that are generally well kept. Park can fill up each night, so best to call ahead by mid-day. Person on phone was very nice and helpful. We would use again for a night or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
the sites are kind of tight and there is nothing to do or see in Midland or Odessa. We stopped here for an overnight on a trip across country. In this area the options are limited. The site was not dirty or bad, it just wasn't great. It was tight getting out of the pull through we were in (38' towing a car carrier). For dinner options you have to go 10 miles in either direction to get to Odessa or Midland as this sits right between them. I'd stay there again if I needed to pull over, but it's not a vacation stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It would be easy to give this RV park a poor rating simply because of where it's located. But that wouldn't be fair. This area is very industrial and not very pretty. It generally has harsh weather - windy and either too hot or too cold; but the RV park is fine. We were here to visit a friend and have some work done by Freightliner (they did a good job, by the way). It looks like a lot of folks live at this RV park while they're working in Odessa/Midland, but everyone seems to keep things pretty tidy. They have a nice fenced area for the dogs. They do rather squeeze the rigs in a bit, and the water pressure tended to be low (actually it varied moment to moment, which was strange). It snowed while we were here! A treat for me, but a nuisance when we ended up having to get the ladder out and slide the big ice chunks off the awnings so we could get the slide-outs back in! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park that's not far from I-20 but far enough to not have to contend with the highway noise. It's a little hard to locate, but if you just follow the signs rather than your GPS you should easily find it. Other than the dirt roads which create dust when the wind blows (it was howling during our stay), this is a great place and would be nice for a few days for a family. There's a pool and a fenced playground. Staff are friendly and helpful. The rates are reasonable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a 40 foot 4-slide, with tow vehicle. This park is mostly permanents. There is a dog park and playground. The personnel were friendly and helpful. Laundry is open 24 hours. Quiet at night. Day has airplane and train noise. We didn't find a clubhouse but the office has a book exchange. We had good Verizon phone and wireless connection. Park has good Wi-Fi. Lots of trees. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good place for overnighting. Sites are a little cramped making it difficult to get parked. The area where this park is located seems a little run down. LP is available in the park which is a plus. Would stay here again if passing through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a park nearly full of seasonal working folks, this was an amazingly quiet overnight stop on 1-20 across Texas. The front office was closed for Thanksgiving, however they left clear instructions for available sites and checking in. Thank-you! Price noted was for a full hook-up, 50amp, pull-through site #72 which was delightfully long enough. It had a clear view of southern sky and the Verizon cell phones and air-card worked perfectly. Previous reviewers are correct: it's tight maneuvering around all the one-way passages. Never met the staff, however, the neighbors were friendly and quiet. Strictly an overnighter spot: but the ease on/off the freeway and a quiet night's sleep means this is marked on my map for return trips. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located about half-way between Midland and Odessa. The park roads are pretty tight and the sites are relatively narrow. We didn't have enough room to open our awning and our slide out was right up against the picnic table on the adjacent site. It appears that most of the sites were occupied by permanent residents. The park was clean, as were the restrooms. The staff was very friendly. I would caution really big rigs to choose their sites carefully because of the tight quarters. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park roads were a little tight to navigate to get to the site, due to vehicles parked partially in the park roads. However, a friendly escort made the trip to the site and setup easy. There are a fair number of permanent residents but most were on the other side of the park. It is a pleasant place to stay when in the Midland/Odessa area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park, bad experience. We were escorted to our site which was nice as this place was full and we had never been here before. We observed everything to be very clean and well kept. They accommodate various type campers, have cabins and a tent area. We had an unfortunate experience being close to the tent area. It seems a very large family pitched a tent outside their single-wide trailer and chose to have their family vacation at this RV Park. They brought a TV for all around them to enjoy. Very kind, but we could have done without it, especially the screaming little kids at 7 in the morning. The most unsightly were the women walking around in night gowns until they decided to get dressed. The most disappointing was when the disturbance was brought to the managers attention: she revealed we were not the only ones to complain and though the family had been approached and was not cooperating, not to worry they were leaving soon. Seriously: they should have been asked to leave a long time ago! We chose to leave instead. I can't say we will never return, but the images are imbedded in my head. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice park for a short stay. All the interior roads are paved and the sites are gravel. Mostly permanent residents and only a few pull thrus available for larger rigs--numbers 71, 72 and 73. These sites are about 40 foot wide with grass in between. A little tight squeeze getting in and out, but not bad. They told us the Wi-Fi probably wouldn't work on site 72 but we got it fine. We have a puppy and liked the nice, fenced in dog yard. Located about halfway between Midland and Odessa and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had not stayed here in about 2 years. The number of permanent residents has increased significantly - perhaps with the oil industry boom in the area. Still an ok stop for an overnight stay. Sites are somewhat tight with some trees even though all are pull throughs. An ok choice for an overnight stop in the area but not a place for a long term stay. Need to trim the trees a little more for more liking. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
No cable TV for the regular sites, but the pet run is our most favorite one of all. When your in West Texas, there's not much grass. But, at Midessa they have a big dog run and it's deep, rich grass which is always taken care of and the owners live next door. The pool is nice and cool in the hot Texas sun. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Mostly transient workers seem to occupy sites here & that is OK because the whole park is neat & tidy. Surprisingly quiet with industrial property's on 2 sides. Biggest disappointment was the CAF museum, our reason for stopping here. Excellent WW2 artifacts in one hanger but very few aircraft in aircraft hanger. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older facility with basicly dirt sites. I believe it would be pretty muddy with a lot of rain. It is in an industrial area and a good many of the sites are semi-permanent out-of-state workers; not really a problem just a note. The park was far enough from the interstate so noise was not an issue. WIFI connection was good from our site. The restrooms and showers were very clean. Overall an OK place for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient access from I-10 if you follow directions in Trailer Life. Level dirt sites. Shape of office shows that this used to be a KOA. Many working semi-permanent trailers; bathrooms okay but well-used; most sites are pull-through. We would stay here again to visit the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Older park, very quiet, and easy to access. Stayed two nights. Spaces okay for 40' rig, but not overly roomy. Staff very helpful and friendly. Helped us jump start our tow vehicle. We'd definitely stay here again. It is perfect for a night or two off the road. It certainly is not fancy, but has the amenities most of us need. Satellite reception was great in our spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Access to the park is a bit tricky as you have to exit I-20 and make your way over the cloverleaf roads to the northside westbound access road. After going about a mile, the sign for the right turn is hard to read. After going down this road a quarter mile, the first sign for the RV park is actually their storage area and has a sign stating that it is a deadend, but it's easy to commit to the turn too quickly. At check-in, the staff person was nice and efficient and respected our request to have good WiFi access. Although right across from the antenna, the signal was kind of weak and slow. As others have said, the spacing is tight although large rigs can get in/out. Being in the middle of an industrial area, this park is best for overnighting. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Older campground. The people were nice. The sites were close together. It has a nice dog yard. Would most likely stay here again since there are very few campgrounds in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is an older KOA type park. The neighborhood is industrial. The entrance is paved & landscaped nicely. The staff was efficient. The campground part of park went downhill quickly. The roads are paved and wide enough for big rigs. They call the sites gravel, but I found dusty dirt. Our site did have a concrete pad with a table. The trees were trimmed & did not interfere with satellite. Wi-Fi was good. Campground seemed cramped as sites were close together, and there was a mix of permanent, full time and overnighters. Since there are not a lot of parks in area we would reuse park for overnight only. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is rather tight and close together with most of the sites occupied by long term residents. Staff was very friendly and the wi-fi is excellent. I would use this campground again only for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife and I were pleasantly surprised. When we pulled up to the park, we saw a bunch of old RVs where it looked like people were living in the park. We were relieved to see that they were kept in a different area than the traveling RVers. The sites were a tad cramped, but you get a cozy feeling after a couple of hours. The WiFi was stronger than other places we had visited. There are a lot of kids here, so if you have kids, they will stay entertained for certain. The only bad thing is that its in an industrial area, but it quiets down around 10pm. The other bad thing is that the park isn't very secure. I saw a local driving in to do his laundry because it was apparently cheaper than a local laundrymat. We used our RV shower/restroom because the park was very crowded, thus were the restrooms. We will definitely stay here again if we are in the area, though. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park staff very helpful and very nice. The sites however are close together but will work for overnight stay. Would not want to make it a destination spot. There wasn't much to do in the surrounding towns. The big plus for this park was the pet playground. Totally fenced so you could let the dogs run and you can sit and watch them play. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Management was very friendly and helpful. I Had problems with the wifi strength. Pull through site was just big enough to fit my 37' fifth wheel plus tow vehicle without unhooking. Park was nice and quiet at night. We plan to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean park with wonderful staff. They went out of the way to accommodate us in a rig that was 65ft long. The spaces were average width for a commercial park meaning you are pretty close to your neighbor. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here overnight and found the staff to be super friendly and park very accommodating. Would stay here longer if we were going to be in the area. Park is very well maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for an overnighter while traveling down IH-20. Nice, clean park with easy access from the freeway. They have a large dog park which we put to good use. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Extremely clean park. Easy access with long pull throughs. Nice management. We stayed here 5 days. Good location, half way between Midland and Odessa. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Was raining and icing when we arrived. Staff was courteous and offered the Good Sam's discount immediately. Followed staff member to site. Was a pleasant quite stay. Would stop here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Choose to use this park as RV storage. Monthly $265, includes 50amp, water, sewage, cable tv. WiFi is free and available throughout the park. Plenty of trees, busy, clean pool. Small store/gift shop - well-stocked. Friendliest staff we've ever dealt with...These guys are more than just "management" - they become your friends right off! Guide campers to sites and assist with the back-in...Also help line up on the pull-throughs. We come out daily to water the yard, hang-out in the trailer, just to get away between other camp-outs. Oilfield pipe-yard to the south, little donkeys to the east, but overall, a nice, quiet, very clean campground. Stays full and the campers and full-timers are all the same - friendly. Wish there were more campgrounds as clean, friendly and accessable. Easy access to I20. Propane available at the park. Pilot Diesel about 2 miles east. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very pleasant park - clean and friendly. Nice little community area that is outdoors, but under-roof. While we were there they were having a child's birthday party - complete with jumping castle. It looked like a good time was had by all. The pool is gorgeous and really sparkling clean. Our site was level and quite ample. The on-site owners are very involved, friendly and concerned. We were guided to and into our pull-through site. Propane on site and refilled tank delivered to your unit, if you wish. Nice little gift shop, well stocked with all nature of Texas Treasures. We enjoyed our relaxing 7 night stay in our 37' fifth wheel. Had a little trouble getting local TV (no cable) but WiFi was great. Will stay here again next time we're through this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pleasant park - clean and friendly. Nice little community area - outdoors, under-roof. While we were there they were having a child's birthday party - complete with jumping castle. It looked like a good time was had by all. The pool is gorgeous and really sparkling clean. Our site was level and quite ample. The on-site owners are very involved, friendly and concerned. We were guided to and into our pull-through site. Propane on site and refilled tank delivered to your unit, if you wish. Nice little gift shop, well stocked with all nature of Texas Treasures. We enjoyed our relaxing 7 nite stay. Will stay here again next time we're through this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We've stayed at this park a few times. The staff & office is nice, as is the pool area. A fenced dog area is available. They were a bit stingy on their cable. Unless your going to stay numerous nights, it costs extra. The park itself is nice but the surrounding area is not. A mobile home park is also attached. The chief complaint we've had about this park is that the trees need to be cut back - it is very difficult to fit our RV in our space without scratching it plus we met with problems sliding our slides out. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice stop over. Friendly, helpful staff. Nice little limited grocery/gift store. Staff lead us to site. DSL connection available in main office/store area. Loved the fenced in pet run/park. Even on a cloudy winter day the park looked bright and cheery. (like to see it with trees in bloom etc.) Only negative is they no longer had cable TV. We camped here in a motorhome in Dec. 2004 We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
New owners took over 1 month before my arrival and said they were looking to make some improvements. In my opinion, it was a very nice place as it is. I spent 5 nights there in March of 2004. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Great pet park - fenced with actual grass and seating. Some noise from I-10. Plenty of space. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very nice place to overnight...friendly staff...they have a small restaurant that serves breakfast which is very nice and clean...level gravel sites...would stay there again. We camped here in a camper.
This park is expanding. The owners live on site and are very involved in upgrading the park. Right now they have a laundry room and a game room. Wi-Fi is available for an additional monthly charge. I paid $450/month for a full hook up site with utilities included. This is a nice park out of the city limits. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Most of the residents were full timers working in the area. The landscape is littered with rubbish. The roads and sites are all dirt that get very muddy when it rains. There is a diner up front with WI-FI access and a small store that sells food, RV supplies, and sundries. The laundry room has 3 washers/3dryers and the cost is $1.25 per load of laundry (to wash and dry). This park is isolated in West Odessa but has easy I-20 access. Water is supplied by a water tower, and we did lose water for about 12 hours while I stayed there. Management is working on improvements to the park, and the surrounding area including getting WI-FI to the park and increasing the number of sites. I stayed at this park for a week until I could get a site another park in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
My husband and I moved here for the oil boom and did not know where all the campgrounds were. The ones we did call were booked up. I found Western Sky online, called and she took my deposit over the phone to hold the spot for us. When we pulled in to this place, all we saw was TRASH, DRUNKS and STRAY ANIMALS!! We both looked at each other and at the same time said, "We have to find another RV park". We ordered a burger in the front cafe. (Although we are smokers) the person cooking was smoking a cigarette while making our burger. We have two small chihuahuas that we stand outside with when they go to the bathroom, but had to go outside first and inspect the place to make sure there were no stray animals to come and attack our pets. There were 3 washers and 3 dryers; 3 washers worked and only 1 dryer worked. The campers are butt to butt with maybe 2 foot between each of them, and every evening we would hear talking, laughing, yelling, etc. from people standing outside drinking their beers. We stayed for 6 days, just long enough to get another RV park. I guess we did have electricity. I wouldn't recommend this place unless it was the last place Odessa had open!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.