6 RV Parks near Agua Dulce, Texas
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Agua Dulce. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Agua Dulce in the left hand column.
Aug 2013 - $25.00
This park was in disrepair and trashy. It was an emergency stop and we had no other place to go. I would not return. There was trash and the restrooms closed. There was nothing good about this park and it should not be allowed to operate under the condition it is in. It was very hot out and we were having problems with our generator and needed electrical hook up or we would have not stayed there. Too many burrs and the dogs got them in their paws. What a scary place to stay. - ranchlady
Feb 2013 - $25.00
This was an overnight stop for us. The pluses for this campground are that they are close to "Cattleman's Steakhouse", and the full hookups that work for $25. But, I think $25 is too much for this park. The bathhouses are closed, the grounds have trash all over, sites are narrow, and Wi-Fi does not work at campsites. There are only 5 campsites with 50 amp power. The rest have 30 amp and all but one of those sites are taken up with permanent residents that don't need 50 amp. I am being generous with a 2 rating. Walking a long haired dog in this park is a challenge because of the burrs. This park has seen better days. - RV4fun15
Nov 2009 - $25.00
This was the worst park that we have stayed in in a long time. The showers were dirty, no hot water in the womens shower and only warm in the mens. There were picker all over the ground ,so you could not even walk outside. We will never stay there again and advise everyone else not to stay there. - ironworker025
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Place was pretty basic. Someone approached me a scolded me about my dogs using bathroom before dog walk. I picked up my dogs poo along with half a dozen or more other dog poops along the way. Very dirty dirty. Not sure what they expected being so far from park. A lot of trash on ground. Tv cable dosen't work and they claimed it was probably my t.v. connection. Not. Worked fine before, works fine now. Ok for one night stay but wouldn't stop again. - Janet269
Apr 2017 - $21.00
We were here for 3 nights early April using PA discount. If you have an older GPS good luck, most of the nearby highways are new, we drove around a bit just to get here, that's my fault. Check in was smooth, make sure you have your RV license plate numbers. I believe they park all the short time RVers along the highway in very narrow pull through sites that are nothing but dust. I could touch the slide out of my neighbor when standing in my doorway. There is non-stop loud traffic on I-10. Power was ok, water pressure was good. Cable tv did not work, the cables were broken and laying on the ground. I would not stay here again. - Diablo
Mar 2017 - $41.00
Nice place for a couple of nights. It was packed when we arrived but still very quiet. It is very close to The freeway but the constant sound of cars helped put me to sleep.
They have an indoor pool, laundry and dog area.
I would stop there again. - CandD
Jan 2017 - $26.00
Stayed one night while passing through El Paso, rate was $26.00 - no discounts offered. Several of the previous reviews I believe are for "Mission RV Park" a different non-related park in El Paso. This facility is a very basic 60's style park located in a mobile home park. There are no amenities, no pool as previously discussed and we did not find any showers. The electrical hook-ups are very close to the ground and do not have a circuit breaker to turn off the power. The interior streets are paved and have lots of speed bumps. This park is located in an older part of town. Within a few miles we found the landscape to change to a more current and updated retail environment. Beware - if you are troubled by noise, this park is close to railroad tracks and a train whistle can be heard throughout the night. The sites were large enough for our 35' MH with patio space and parking for our toad. The management was very friendly and helpful. As we only require basic services when we travel, we would stay here again for the value. - ECM1
May 2015 - $21.00
Stopped here for a one night stay as we were passing through. It is on the west outskirts of El Paso. There has been some road improvements lately so it's kind of a weird way to get there if you follow your GPS.
Gentleman who checked us in was very friendly and helpful. He was a fountain of information for things to do in El Paso.
The campground itself is mostly gravel, both pull through and back in sites are available. Level sites, neat and clean. Bath/shower houses were clean as well.
They do have any indoor pool and laundry, both of which we did not utilize. They also have a small dog run.
It is close to the highway, but with the heat and the air conditioner running constantly we did not notice it. - Kgtraveler
Mar 2014 - $37.00
Long pull through sites on gravel. They were very helpful in the office and strongly recommended that we NOT visit Mexico as it was not safe. They also have a repair facility located on the property, and we found their price to repair a problem more than fair. The cable was not very good, so we used our satellite. We would use this place again for a one night stay only as there is not much to see or do in the area. - rolling homeless
Feb 2017 - $26.00
The main reason for my stay at the park was because I needed service on my motorhome. I was so grateful they fit me in and took care of all that wonderfully. As for the RV park part, it is very convenient for this purpose, but with being right on the highway, it's pretty noisy. They were making improvements on the sites and adding new ones, so there was some construction going on, too. The weekly rate was reasonable enough, but I think the nightly rate of $40 is a bit much. All that being said, I'd stay here again because the managers were super nice and obviously interested in providing their guests with as good a stay as possible. Once the construction and improvements are complete (a pool also being built), value will be better. Also highly recommend the RV service part! - Journeyer
May 2016 - $36.00
Was not sure we would stay here after reading some of the reviews, called and spoke with the owner/manager who told me they have been making improvements, We took a chance and when we got here it was just fine, all new power boxes and working on several sites. The park is a simple park with no shade, tables, all the hook ups worked well and far enough from the freeway so noise was not an issue. Given some more this will be a great stop over park. - tazman1953
Feb 2016 - $32.00
The new name for this park is the Anthony/El Paso KOA. Basically it is a huge gravel parking lot with no grass or trees. However it has a great view of the mountains to the east and is far enough away from I-10 that there was only faint traffic noise. The layout was spacious enough that navigating with our 35ft 5th wheel was no problem. Almost all the sites are pull thru. Discounts off the full price of $35 are available for AAA or KOA members. - JackSchmotzer
Mar 2017 - $23.00
Awesome park! Sites are great, some more open than others. Ours, #17, was tucked back in some trees with a shaded picnic table. Other sites more out in the open had covered picnic tables. Bathrooms very clean, dump station easily accessible. Rock art is some of the best! Guided tours very informative. There is limited admittance to the park due to its sensitive historical significance. Reservations needed for guided tours. Call way in advance. They are popular. - Road_Runner
Mar 2017 - $16.00
Highly regulated, small state park with ancient pictographs that need strict protection. Reservations are a must for the campground and for the tours. Nevertheless, all of the rules are worth the trouble so you can take the tours and see the pictographs. Campground sites are all back-in. Our site was paved, narrow and fairly short. However, it had 50 amp power and although it did not have sewer, the dump station was nearby. The place is unique and worth seeing. - starwind
Feb 2017 - $25.00
Went here to camp among it unique rock formations and history. I was not dissapointed. Campsites are at the base of a rock monolith maybe 700' high. Level blacktop with elec and water. Dump site available. Tightest security I have experienced. This is due to vandalism to the ancient native rock art and 19th century cowboy inscriptions. This is a sacred site to several native tribes and is needed for preservation. There are self guided and ranger guided walks. Only 70 visitors allowed a day. Lots of rock climbers. - Lumatic
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Sites are level and concrete with large patio and metal picnic bench. Lots of shade trees. Two nice dog parks but not enclosed. - SuenDave
Mar 2017 - $20.00
Good place to stay when visiting El Paso. Very busy in the winter and they do not take reservations. Easy to find and no problem maneuvering a big rig. - SHIPM8
Mar 2016 - $20.00
The RV facility at Fort Bliss is off base. In fact it is only about 20 feet from the highway. It is large, about 120 sites. It looks like a large parking lot with posts every 30 feet or so. All the spaces are pull through and fairly flat. The facility is clean as we have come to expect, and appreciate, from military facilities. For us, it was great for a one night stop on route to the next location. It seemed some people did stay there for many weeks or months, though I can't understand why. Reservations are not accepted. We called at 1pm to insure they had room. We arrived at 4pm and got the last spot. - Ncw