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.
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
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Worse park my wife and I have ever stayed in. Owner absent; fill-in attendant knew very little about park. Had to hunt for a 30 amp. No bath house; wi-fi did not work. Owner's dog chewed cable. At $35 per night, a big rip off. Sewer lines had no caps, very shabby place. Obviously, will never stay there again. We rate it "zero" stars. - arkdurbin
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Easy in, easy out. Shaded, quiet, nice little swimming pool. Park manager quite attentive, answered all questions including restaurant recommendations. No problems. - M-Dot
Jun 2017 - $42.00
Typical KOA. Old and run down. If it's dry it's very dusty. Lots of potholes in the dirt road inside the park. Trees that need trimming. But the worst part is the management allowed a toy hauler 5th wheel, two pickups, and a large delivery truck into the two sites next to me. They spread out into the neighboring sites, including mine. Stuff everywhere. I counted 11 people but there might have been more. It's a good thing I didn't want to use my patio table or any of the area, as they took it over. I couldn't even open my basement doors without getting them to move. They even lit their BBQ almost under my slide. They never apologized or got out of the way. They even pitched a tent right in front of my door. They were noisy playing their music and talking up until about midnight. There would have been a problem if I had to confront them so I didn't. The management drove by on golf carts numerous times and never said anything. - Dennis_K
Apr 2017 - $29.00
We have a Sprinter-based class B. We were in a large site, #4, next to the cabins with water and electric only. Most other sites were the typically narrow. Wi-Fi was present, but even though we were close to the office we could not maintain an adequate connection to even read email. The staff was pleasant. They were painting the pool in preparation for the busy season. Bathrooms were dated but fine and clean enough. There is no dump station at this park. We were told we could find an unoccupied site and dump there, a minor inconvenience. - leorah
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
May 2015 - $32.00
This RV park is only 18 months old, so much is still in progress. The manager was super friendly and helpful, even driving one of us to the nearest store for some needed parts. Sites are very long - the pull-through sites are over 100'. WiFi was good, occasionally slowing down, but still quite useable. Far enough away from I-20 for the vehicle noise to not be a bother.
Excellent location for one nighters just passing through.
Cost was $32.50 if paying cash. If charging, cost is $33.50.
Owner and manager(s) continue to improve the park. We will happily stay here next time we pass through. - L'Andante
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
May 2015 - $30.00
Not too impressive to look at but if you want 50A hook-ups for a night convenient to the highway it works. Graveled pull-thrus, some very long, ours was level. Graveled roads needed grading. With the plains spring weather rolling through it was nice to know they were keeping on eye on it and a shelter was available. Kinda pricey for what you get but it seems competitive in the area. - fulltimer121
Sep 2014 - $28.00
There are few places to stay in this area, so this place is good for one night. A no frills place for sure, but the site was level and the utilities were okay. No Wi-Fi or cable, and the park is right on the flight path at the end of the runway at the military base, but there were only a half a dozen planes take off while we were there. Train and road noise was a problem if you sit outside, but we did not. Not a fancy place, but we would stay here again if in the area. - california traveler
Jun 2017 - $45.00
The park has been open roughly 6 months and it is still under construction. Given that, IMHO the rate is excessive for the amenities available and the park condition. It has the potential to be a great RV park in the Abilene area. The staff was super friendly and helpful in making reservations via phone and during the check in process. I greatly appreciate them. The facilities are all new (buildings, pool, utilities, etc) and all were functional and operational. The roads and pads are all white crushed rock and very dusty. Each of the sites have very narrow concrete borders which make entering and exiting the site difficult. The borders were already damaged from people running over them with their RV's. There is absolutely NO grass. Sites are reasonably spacious and long enough to accommodate a big rig with tow vehicle. Appeared to be a large percentage of long-term campers in residence. Right off the Interstate 20 but the road noise was tolerable. - Jacarl
Apr 2017 - $49.00
Whistle Stop RV Resort, Abilene, Texas This is a new RV resort with some things not open yet. Everything was very nice and the owners were more than helpful. I would definitely stay here again if in the area. The only bad thing was the cable, we had 40 channels when we arrived but that soon dropped to none, wifi was spotty. Spaces were fairly close but level, with no shade and they were long enough we didn't have to unhitch our 5th wheel. Price was $48.60 with Good Sam card, seemed a little expensive but when they get everything finished there might be more value. We stayed one night and it was very quite even though we were next to the Hiway. - DallasRVers
Apr 2017 - $45.00
Stayed for one night. There are lots of pull through spaces that were long enough for our 45' coach pulling a 20' truck. Park is new and still under construction. Wifi was great! I was able to watch Netflix on my iPad without buffering. Sites have small slabs with picnic tables. Very conveniently located right off the 20. - RebeccaCompton
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
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
Mar 2014 - $35.00
Dyess AFB just opened their FamCamp last summer. They have 18 concrete pads that are approximately 45' long and very wide. Sites are nicely spaced with about 20' of grass between each one. All roads are paved and it's easy in/out. Each site has full hookups including cable. When I checked in, I was told the cable was out at my site but I think it was just a temp thing. Each site has a picnic table and outdoor grill. There is ample parking and light at night, plus you are on the base with other military & retirees so security is no concern. WiFi worked sporadically, but I got a great signal on my Verizon WiFi. ATT showed 3/5 bars & LTE signal. The camp has a small pay laundry and small shower/bathroom facility. They do take reservations, but the site I was told to go to on the phone was occupied. Luckily, there were two open sites so I got one. I don't think they have tight control on reservations versus available spots and folks are used to just pulling into any open spot at FamCamps. There are 6 concrete pads adjacent to the camp that I presume they use for dry camping overflow. I thought $35 a night was pretty steep given they have no other amenities like playground, pool, dog walk, propane, or camp store. But their weekly rate of $130 seemed fair if you are staying that long. I rated the park lower due to high price and lack of amenities compared to other camps in that price range. - Danno