9 Parks near Amarillo, Texas
Apr 2016 - $26.00
The lady that answered the phone and greeted is a sweet as can be. Many RV items in office/store. Good directions to campground and good advice about routes given. Campground is built on the side of a hill, so the roads inside have at least a 6 degree tilt. Roads are paved with many patches to ruts and there is actual grass trying to grow in between the sites. Significant ruts plus the slope will pop items out (drawers, closet doors) if you go too fast. Leveling was done manually, resulting in a big drop off the step out the passenger door. I wanted to like this place, but the continuous din of dogs (multiple, big and small) barking past midnight, trucks with no mufflers tearing up and down the highway below the park, and people yelling (10:30pm) just didn't make for a restful night. Walking my dogs was not pleasant (uphill/downhill/slope/ruts). I am thankful they had a spot easy to get in and out of towing a car, but the noise factor (dogs and people) would put me off staying again, unless a storm was blowing that would drown out the other noise. - GoldSeeker
Jul 2015 - $23.00
Stayed one night, found the roads and campsite to be badly rutted and not very level. Full of extended stay units. As I said only stayed one night. - SD75mac
May 2015 - $33.00
"Best" is a stretch and "Wonderland" makes me wonder why one would stay here. Huge ruts in roads, un-level spaces, unanswered phone, people parking in supposedly "open" slots. Bathroom did appear clean. Save your $ and park @ Walmart for a true "Wonderland" experience. - Sharkman
Mar 2016 - $45.00
Good enough for what it is, which is a safe and convenient place to spend the night while passing through Amarillo. To me it had no long term appeal since it's rather barren, but I wouldn't hesitate to say here again. Yes, it is next to an airport, but I never heard a single plane take off or land. Convenient to area restaurants and shopping. - ajmurray
Dec 2015 - $39.00
This is a great RV park for a multiple day visit to Amarillo. We thought it was a bit inconvenient for just a quick overnight stop. However, it's a very nice, clean park, with helpful staff. The campsite was adequate in size, in a nice shady spot. It was perfectly level. The cable seemed to work ok, but the wifi was pretty spotty. It's a typical KOA with lots of amenities, and a pretty high price. I would definitely stay here again for a 2 or more night visit. - Bernalillo_Girl
Nov 2015 - $35.00
We have stayed here before, and will again. We have a big rig, and it's easy in and out. Sites are spacious, level and gravel. Plenty of restaurants and stores in area. There is a dog area that is fenced in, and has dog waste bags with a trash can. The issue this visit was that people haven't been picking up after their dogs. Don't expect the park to police dog owners, but area needs to be cleaned often! - KKColorado
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here again for 4th time. Had always enjoyed this park, but things are changing. No cable for overnight stays now for some reason, but rates stayed the same. The Big Texan Steak House company owns this park and said that they are going to move it so that they can build a new steakhouse at this site. Level pull-through gravel full hookup 50 amp sites. Good Wi-Fi and cell service. Local channels work. Will be looking for another place to stay in Amarillo. - teepee51
Apr 2016 - $35.00
We stayed 2 nights, and this is a very nicely maintained and landscaped campground. We had plenty of room in a pull thru site, #118. All sites are gravel and leveling was easy. The staff was friendly and helpful, leading you to the site with a golf cart. The cable was okay, did not try WiFi as we use a hotspot. They have a nice store, and although we didn't use the laundry I'm sure it was clean, as the restroom was clean. - Nance70
Apr 2016 - $33.00
This is an average park, good for a one night stop and that's about it. At check in we were told we couldn't get cable because we were staying only one night. What? We were escorted to our pull thru site, which meant we drove through the site behind ours. Utilities were fine, wifi practically useless. The site was plenty long enough but a little tight with our connections on one side and a maintenance box on the other. Very odd layout for an RV park. The park is right off I-40, and despite what others claim, the noise is constant throughout the park. Even with 35 mph winds we still heard the highway noise all night. They do offer a ride to the steak house, but we went early enough for lunch and rides don't start until 4:30. We didn't use any of the amenities so no opinion on that. If passing through, we would consider staying again. - pfogleboch
Apr 2016 - $25.00
What the others said about this campground is still true almost a year later, same sweet old man, same price, gravel, sites close together, quiet, convenient. Laundry facilities ($1 per wash and dry, 2 sets) and bathroom facilities are in good condition. Some loose dogs, but not a single issue with my dogs. It is about 1/2 mile walk down the access road to the Cadillac Ranch. - MichelleKry
May 2015 - $25.00
Very neat entrance and easy to access. Right off the freeway.
It was past office hours, but the elderly gentleman who managed the place came right over in his golf cart and checked us in. Nicest guy you could ever meet...could've been my grandpa. Price was fair.
Park was fairly full mostly permanents or monthlies (some need cleaned out, but overall not bad). Roads were gravel. Sights were gravel. Our sight was NOT level. Utilities were perfectly located. Very easy to get situated. Gentleman helped me get straight and even in the back. Barely fit and had to unhook (although he said staying hooked up wasn't an issue if I was comfortable with it).
We are actually in West Amarillo which may be an issue for 'walkers'. You will have to drive to town, but not far. Freeway noise is there, but not bad. Nice privacy fence along frontage road. Some trees and some shade.
I felt the value was good.
Pleasant stay and would come again. - phillipakelley
Jun 2014 - $25.00
Believe this park has recently changed owners/name - no web site but phone number was good. Called ahead same day and was able to get site with late arrival (manager even came around to see that we found the site). The sites are close together and looked to be older. No problem leveling our rig and hooking up. There were several long-term residents. The car display and large cowboy statue are a nice touch. This park just east of the Cadillac ranch outside of Amarillo. Easy access to I-40 and there was some road noise (didn't keep us up at night though). A good choice for our overnight stay. - Dave Hole
Mar 2016 - $13.00
Great stop-over if not staying more than a night. Some electric outlets not working and sewer hard to hook up to because of high sewer connections. RV Park is part of motel with year round living units.
(Lot spacing is nearby with sunny/open exposure. Site surface is dirt.) - morgan10
Dec 2015 - $13.00
Passport Park rate is a great deal. Like others have said, ez access to freeway, long, mostly all level sites, full hook up inc. 50 amp. Fair amount of road noise and trains whistled throughout the night, but only a really light sleeper would probably be bothered by that.
Grab a spot, fill out the self service envelope, put your money in the envelope, drop in the door mail slot...settle in.
If you want laundry, wi fi, resort showers, tables etc... go to another park.
If you just want a safe, inexpensive overnight while passing through Amarillo, this works great.
We have a 40 ft. fiver with 3 large slides. Didn't need to unhook. We would stop again if passing through. - Brujomar
Oct 2015 - $13.00
This is a basic, no-frills park but the full hookups worked fine and you can't beat the price. We did pay $1.00 extra for using an electric heater. It's only a couple of hundred yards from the interstate so very convenient for an overnight stop. There was some traffic noise plus train tracks fairly close but the noise wasn't excessive. The sites were very large and level gravel. There was no one there to meet us and pay was on the honor system, just pick a site and put your money in the box on the back of the building. We would definitely stay here again. - SandyA
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Reservation system a little funky, we send in a request and they call you back. Our call wasn't until the next day, and although the office was closed when we arrived, our registration packet, with site number and directions to it, was ready and waiting. Sites are long, adequately wide, and level. Utilities readily accessible and worked good, although we couldn't get the cable to connect. There are several over the air channels available and a clear view for satellite. Only digs are some potholes in interior roads and road noise during the day, although quiets down at night. Wi-Fi worked! Nice little concrete patio with a table. Those coming from the east need to be careful about dragging when turning across Amarillo Blvd. We didn't but there are numerous scrape marks where others have. All in all a good commercial park. We would return. - starwind
Apr 2016 - $28.00
We really enjoyed this RV park. Typically we prefer state parks and national recreation areas where we have more space around us. But sometimes we need to stay at an RV park and this was a nice one. The people that work there are wonderful, and there are a lot of very nice amenities like an indoor pool, a playground, a cute fish and duck pond, and a game room. There is a big hole where a hot tub is supposed to be. That was a little disappointing as I was looking forward to the advertised hot tub.
The sites are very long to accommodate big rigs, it's very easy in and out. And each site is separated by a short fence. The landscaping at the park is very nice as well.
The resort is close to most everything we wanted to visit in Amarillo including the RV Museum and Cadillac Ranch. Also Palo Duro Canyon is only about a 30 minute drive and well worth it.
Verizon and AT&T worked well here and also the park WiFi worked well which is rare.
If we are ever in Amarillo again we would definitely stay here. - Love2Camp777
Mar 2016 - $39.00
This was a nice park. Things were a little bit rough around the edges, but all in all we'd definitely stay here again. We were there in late March and it was super windy. Nice dog park area. - lpsmith
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Stayed in a 45 ft. motorhome. Very clean and level park with concrete pads. Not many trees. Excellent choice for overnight stay ... easy in/out with no obstructions on corners. Good wifi. Far enough from interstate to be quiet. 10 minutes or less to dining/shopping. - BruceVero
Apr 2016 - $34.00
The spaces are wide, concrete pads with gravel in between spaces. WiFi was not terrific, very slow on my computer but impossible on my tablet or phone. The laundry facilities are very poor. Two sets of machines in the closet called a laundry room. Asked in the office for additional facilities and was told that there each restroom building had two laundry rooms - not true. One facility was undergoing maintenance and the note said there were washers in the clubhouse - which turned out to be locked. Do laundry elsewhere. - tandb62
Apr 2016 - $34.00
This is a nice RV Park. It has long pull thrus and concrete pads and patio. Grass at each site. Very spacious. The staff were all very nice. Fenced in dog run. We didn't use any of the facilities. But everything outdoors was very clean and tidy. Easy on and off I-40. We ordered pizza from their deli area. You order and they will call when it's ready. We would definitely stay here again. - anglebg
Jan 2016 - $37.00
Clean, landscaped, gravel roads need some maintenance. Spaces OK but cozy for big rigs. We got in OK. Friendly staff. Noisy aircraft occasionally, road noise mitigated by trees & shrubs. Just a couple blocks north off I-40. Watch close for sign on West side of Lakeside, GPS puts you on wrong side of road. What LOOKS like a south driveway goes into a field!! - Vanda Pieru
Nov 2015 - $25.00
This would be the best little RV park if it weren't for the location. The road noise from I-40 and 335 are awful and go 24/7. Then there are the passenger jets flying right over the park on most days and that includes very loud fighter jets. When the wind is blowing in a certain direction, you can smell the stench of a meat packing plant and it makes you sick to your stomach. Also you can smell the feed lots on some days, depending on the wind. On the plus side, there are lots of nice tree's, flower's, and a nice pool open from Memorial Day till Labor Day. The office staff are all nice and the laundry facilities are good. If you could pick up this park and put it in a quiet location, it would be near perfect. - Maggie77
Sep 2015 - $31.00
We stayed at park many years ago and park was good then, added new spots in the back that were perfect for a great nights stay. - D'art campizard
Aug 2013 - $33.00
Website price said $29 actual was $33. They say pull through sites which is true; however, only if your about 25 ft. You have to unhook your tow vehicle as it will hang out in the road. Most modern pull throughs will accommodate 38~40ft rigs with tow vehicles or trailers. Bottom line way to short. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Internet was very slow and would lose connect every 15 minutes. If you're in a 5th wheel you will have to unhook. We where not the only disappointed customers. Will look at other options when in the area. - Sharjeep
Oct 2012 - $26.00
A great little park when passing through Amarillo. The manager is extremely pleasant and helpful. We stumbled upon this park and were pleasantly surprised. The sites are level, the noise level from the Interstate is minimal, the water is well water and wonderful. Two wells on the property! We drained our city water and refilled there. Would definitely stop on our way through again. - cookie s
May 2012 - $26.00
It's an OK place, spots are CLOSE together, but the place is reasonable, mostly permanent campers here but we found everyone to be friendly. For an overnight say, it's acceptable. I had to laugh to myself when I read the sign that has word 'resort' in the name. Hardly. Close to I-40 but not too noisy. I would avoid the east end of town. My son is in the area here and he says that the west side of town is better. - Jim Tadlock