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9 RV Parks near Anson, Texas
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Anson. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Anson in the left hand column.
May 2017 - $35.00
Stayed at the Davis RV park for about 6 months. We enjoyed our stay there. Manager is super nice and helpful, clean big lots and quiet park. Laundry is on the site. Monthly rates are very affordable and electric bill was cheap as well. - Travel_enthusiasts
Mar 2017 - $35.00
I and my fellow workers, about 15 families in all, have been staying at Davis RV Park for over the last 15 years and we are always treated with a big Texas friendly welcome and treated like family and feel at home. The lots are big and spacious, good electric and Internet, good water, friendly owners and managers. Some of us have stayed in our RVs and some in the house and mobile home rentals in site and we have always been pleased and treated well. If we have a reservation and they are expecting us they will wait up just like family on us to make sure we are backed in and hooked up to our comfort,. And no extra charge just because they are glad to have you there. We return every year and always hate to leave but we always come back only to Davis. RV park is a real park that's been there since the 60's, not one of these little new makeshift parks with bad electrical and water systems that would damage our trailers. We trust only Davis Park in this area and will always be their customers and we are thankful for the many good stays we gave had. - north Houston pole line
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Only a couple of trailers on the park, the Park Manager told us the best 30 amp spot to get Wi-Fi is A - G, Nice big Pecan Trees to shade the lot. Spacious lots, and Manager informed us no cable, but we used Hot spot on phone. Wi-Fi worked great! Good location, as Walmart down the road, and places to eat like Subway, Sonic, Pizza Hut, Blue Jeans Cafe, two Mexican restaurants, and China Wok in town square. I was even happy to see the Beer Barn which is drive thru service. Laundry on site, open 24 hours that's a + for me. We were not along side the highway so noise level was low. It's right on N Swenson close to all the amenities. - pm5963
Jul 2018 - $41.00
Nice park for overnight stay. Seemed to be a large number of spaces in use by "full-timers." Closeness of sites made things seem a little crowded. Camp grounds are on south side of Interstate 20. If traveling west bound, be sure to call ahead to get directions as to which exit to take. Also expect some, but not bad, I20 traffic noise. - CG1314
Jun 2018 - $41.00
Our experience was less than expected. The manager put me on hold for an unusually long time. I really think when they answer the phone, "It's a great day at KOA - can you hold?" then put you on hold before you answer... well, it's not really that great. When he did finally answer, I told him we were "7 miles away and wondering if you have a site that can accommodate our length (they advertise "90' pull-throughs - they have ONE), and if you can hold it for 10 minutes and we'll be right there". He put me on hold again to "check availabilty"... then came back and said, "We have one site that will work," and insisted he would not hold it unless we went through the whole check-in process over the phone. When we got there, we STILL had to check in. The site was marginally level, but plenty long enough for our length. So were a dozen other sites around us. The cable had only a male end and you have to use a cable box. Just as I finished setting up, a gentleman pulled up to our site and told me he was just assigned this site, too. Yep, the manager did it. The other camper had dealt with the manager before - he wasn't surprised. The boy needs some Customer Service training. A typical gravel lot with trees. I wouldn't come back on a bet. - DreamCaptn
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Very basic KOA with level gravel sites. Hard to get in and out of frontage road coming to park. Campground make some improvements and bathrooms and showers were clean and nice. Can get cable with a converter box but chose just OTA channels instead. Did not try Wi-Fi. This campground is good for an overnighter. - Biggyrat
Mar 2018 - $30.00
Nice, clean and roomy spot. Site surface was gravel. Sunny and open exposures. Stayed the night on the way to Texas. - Kenjr
Nov 2015 - $30.00
This park is really a home to men and families working on the oil line with one space for people traveling through. The owner is very kind the space is very large, hook ups easy but not sure I would come back. Train is nearby and the place is really quiet by 9:00 but by 5:30 there is a lot of noise as the men leave for the day. - Bev&Dick
Aug 2015 - $30.00
New park about 12 miles west of Abilene that is still being developed. Had to shut down engine while being registered because of road dust. Site plenty long enough but sewer connection placed so that you have to park on first half of pad. No trees or grass. Bar ditches at entry and exit of site that will be mud holes if it ever rains. Just a flat, barren, gravel place with hookups. - countrycoach99
Jun 2018 - $30.00
The owners are so friendly and helpful. Many new long level pull-thrus have been added since our last stay. Only had planes flying over 3 days, never at night. Some train and road noise outside but not inside coach with air running in 103 heat. 50 amp was good but you do need a lift for your sewer hose as connection is high. Only negative is no WiFi. Owners were out every day keeping the park clean and grading roads after severe storm came through. We definitely recommend this park if you are in the area. - mrk
Aug 2017 - $30.00
The owner was very friendly. Good spaces - not much shade. Problems encountered were the park lies right in the pathway of Dyess Air Force Base flight pattern and it is really loud as the planes are not very far above ground at takeoff. We also encountered trouble cleaning our lines as the sewer drains are too high and we had to keep picking up the line to drain. - DRBurns
Sep 2015 - $28.00
A basic RV park with good access from I-20. Fuel close by. Mostly filled with pipeline workers who are there long term. Residents were quiet and considerate. W/E/S worked well. Interior roads have washed a bit, but sites were solid and level as well as shaded. Highway noise was minimal, but Train noise was noticeable. Honestly, if you don't like train noise, then anywhere along I-20 is probably not for you. Staff was very friendly and helpful. A good solid park that meets your needs. - BounderPounder
Oct 2018 - $50.00
Very friendly and accommodating. This is a very nice park. Very clean and easy to get around. We had a nice end spot with concrete pad with table, chairs and grill. Nice pool, horseshoe pits, pickle ball, kids playground, dog park, laundry and showers. Also a meeting room available to rent. You can see they are working on improvements and adding more sites. The permanent residents have very neat and tidy sites. Will definitely stay again if in the area. This is not just an overnight spot, you could easily stay and see the sites. - tooters74
Sep 2018 - $45.00
The roads and sites are gravel but level. Grass is about 50/50 grass and weeds. Good dog park. Only 2 dumpsters/trash receptacles that I seen. It can make for a hike for some sites. Very clean showers/bathrooms with hot water in abundance. I didn't look at the clubhouse or pool, but from the outside they looked well maintained. - TheTees
Sep 2018 - $45.00
We stayed here for one night on our way through Texas. The office staff was very friendly when we checked in. The roads and sites are gravel and the sites are long and level. There had been a lot of rain and the grassy areas were a little muddy, but the pad itself was fine. There was also a concrete patio. The cable and WiFi worked well. We got 4 bars 4G with ATT. We will definitely stay here the next time we come through this area. - lorangl
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Very friendly workers. We were literally parked along one end of the paved parking lot with 50 amps & water. We stayed 2 nites & there was a 3 nite max. The rate was $35/nite which was high to us, but we are not VFW MEMBERS anywhere. Members I'm sure must get a discount. It was very safe we felt, but there are cars coming & going until about 11:30 pm. - slawrence
Dec 2016 - $19.00
We are staying on there newly opened part. It just opened up 2 weeks ago. Brand new laundry and bathrooms with showers. Large sites large, level and gravel. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I would stay here again if I am in the area. My daily rate was based on the weekly rate. - rynosback
May 2016 - $25.00
Five electric and water hookups. Dump station provided. No shade. Site surface is a concrete pad. We have friends in the area and it is a good place to park for a few days. - Trvl4Evr
Nov 2017 - $35.00
This is a nice campground. There are no trees but the sites are laid out in easy in and out fashion (most are pull through). The campground is close to Outdoor Recreation and the camper storage area. All hookups worked fine. The Wifi is excellent. The ladies bathroom had 2 stalls and two large shower stalls with locker space. The men's room had one stall and one urinal with the same large shower area. The cable tv worked fine. The laundry room was sufficient. The campground is fairly new. Our charcoal grill had not even been used. There was parking space at the campsite to fit our tow vehicle. The $35 fee is high for a military campground (most are $20). - Melodycthomas
Apr 2017 - $35.00
Dyess FamCamp is overpriced for the area, for the campground, for the space, and for what it offers. Many much better, much nicer military Famcamps are way less money.
This is basically a parking lot, with short sites, spaced closely together. The back in sites are not even numbered so that those arriving with reservations know which site to park in! Sites are short, and pretty close to neighbors considering the vacant base land all around.
There are many homesteaders, and they occupy many of the pull thrus. Move the homesteaders to the back ins, and let those passing through have the pull thru sites.
The bathrooms don't even have hand soap at the sinks. The information board on the outside of the laundry/shower facility has no information on it. The folder with "base maps" inside the laundry room has no maps in it. We have stayed in Famcamps across the nation, and even at $25 per night this one would still be overpriced. Truly, this Famcamp is a disgrace in the overall system.
The only thing saving this campground financially and for occupancy appears to be the long term homesteaders paying by the month. - AC7880
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We went to the campground coming in off the road and there were no available sites. The next day we went back and got a site and the next morning we were told we had to leave because our site was assigned to someone else. We were not told this the day before. It appears that Dyess FamCamp is for homesteaders or people living on base who choose to stay in the campground instead of living in base housing or off base. Don't bother to stop here hoping to get a place to stay for the night or multiple nights because the homesteaders have it locked up. - Debby W