10 Parks near Anthony, Texas
901 S Leisure Fun Road Anthony, Texas 79821 (map) | (915) 603-3105
Sites: 92 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 62 Reviews
Dec 2016 - $40.00
Big expensive parking lot. Huge open sites and easy access but expensive. Next door to a small camping world. Needed a layover on I-10 so good for that but nothing else. - FrancisandRenee
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Recently upgraded. Wide, level sites, good and convenient hookups. Verizon cell and internet signal excellent. Park has two section, both the same. Only one in use. There should always be space here. We would definitely stay here again. - John and Carol
Nov 2016 - $42.00
KOA park right next door to a huge Camping World at the north end of El Paso, just off I-10W. Sites are nice and long, and relatively wide. It was like camping in a gravel parking lot. No grass except for dog park. Utilities were easily accessible, and there were 3 different sewer hookups to choose from depending on where your sewer connection was. Park is good for an overnight stop, but wouldn't want to "live" there full time. Nice views of the surrounding mountains, but lots of highway noise if your doors/windows are open. Easy in and out, and very big rig friendly. Pet owners, beware of the dog park, apparently not everyone cleans up after their pets as they are supposed to. Numerous little dog poopies and a few "big dog" treasures as well. - usamacdonald2
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This is a parking lot with hookups. Literally. It was sufficient because we visited family. It's behind Camping World and across from Wet'n Wild Water Park. A sand storm caused some damage to our trailer. However, it seems to be the best campground one can get close to El Paso Tx. - JM Outwest
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Park is under relatively new management and is a work in progress. The cable TV is being revamped and the WiFi works without issue. There are many contract workers in the park but it is not noisy or unruly. The spaces set aside for overnight camping are all clean, wide and long. Overall, we will keep this park on file and will stay here again. - LarryB576
Jan 2016 - $28.00
The prior posters have done a good job of describing this place so I don't have much to add except to agree with their reviews. We only stayed one night so didn't use any of the facilities. The one thing I would mention is that there was a smell of manure (at least I think that's what it was) in the whole area as we approached from the north. Couldn't smell it from our site, but I could smell it from the north end of the park when I walked the dog. It was very cold out, but I would be concerned about staying here in nicer weather when it's warm and you want to be outside. Tengo wi-fi didn't work very well, but had strong Verizon signal. Would stay again if I had to be in the El Paso area, I guess. Might be better choices though. - Pdxjoanne
Oct 2016 - $32.00
This park is located about 15 minutes north of El Paso just off a busy street and nearby train tracks.
As others have stated, there is no manager on site however she is down the street in the Mobile Home Park and was available by phone to answer questions.
Sites were level on a small concert pad and hookups all worked well. The restrooms are a single male and single female combined toilet and shower that seemed brand new, clean and well-maintained.
The road & train noises were an issue for us so we only stayed one night before moving on. - CurtJudy
Oct 2016 - $13.00
The owner lives in the mobile home park. Our GPS said to take Exit 6 off of I-10, but coming west on I-10 there is no Exit 6. There's Exit 6A and 6B. Take Exit 6A. This is a small campground tucked into a corner of a mobile home park. You're right next to the road, so there's quite a bit of traffic noise. The advantage to that though is that you have easy access to the city (El Paso) and to stores. There is also a train nearby. The sites are on level concrete pads with a gravel area for your car and a concrete patio. The bathroom/showers are large and clean. The laundry is also clean and has three washers ($1) and three dryers ($1). - mrpeepers
Sep 2016 - $31.00
Super concrete pads, nice asphalt roads, site was level, utilities reliable and convenient. Staff was very pleasant and accommodating. The place is an unexpected gem. - SeeTheUSA
Feb 2016 - $8.00
As someone else suggested, this is a place for tent camping mostly. No utilities. You park RVs in a lot. But the tent spots are great. We stay off season with only one other camper in the whole place - never saw them. - Bob and Sally Ski
Oct 2015 - $8.00
Definitely don't stay if you need any kind of hook-ups... I have a 44' toy hauler and was able to get in and out okay. Hard to find long flat area but the park rangers didn't care where I parked. (Only one other camper entire park). I give it. 10 because of the beauty and quiet and closeness to I-10. Great place for an overnight stay. I will be back for sure. Tough getting into entrance crossing traffic with my rig but I managed. - xplorers
Mar 2014 - $8.00
Nice spot up on a hill, but this is really a tent camping park. There are no dedicated RV sites except for a parking area which is extremely un-level. $8 fee does not include mandatory daily per person entry fees, unless you have a Texas State Parks Pass. - silvertube
Jul 2016 - $20.00
My review is based on the fact that every place else we checked in the area was more expensive and not as convenient.
Since we have a self contained unit, all we need is water, electric and sewer and a safe place to park. Western Sky is at least that. Rosa is a sweetheart and very pleasant to deal with and, it appears, is single-handedly attempting to resurrect this place. Besides sleeping, we spent very little time here, so we were not looking for a resort setting. We would stay here again because Rosa was so accommodating. - PARTYOF2
Apr 2016 - $18.00
This park is about 200 ft east of the freeway and even I had some trouble sleeping through the sounds of the exhaust brakes. It is dusty. There are a ton of full timers and we did not go near the restrooms. But because we have Passport America and got it at have price it wasn't horrible. Big park so there was a lot a room to walk the dog. Beware of ticks and stickers in the paws. Some trails to the north of park but was told to watch for snakes so did not take Mac there. Good power and water was decent for showers and cooking. Use satellite and cell phone for Wi-Fi so did not use. - Vault
Jun 2015 - $35.00
This park is run down and OLD. It claims to have free Wi-Fi and cable. The Wi-Fi is spotty at best, and the cable is 2 channels of fuzzy TV. The water made my water heater smell of cow dung for a week after I left. The bathrooms were dark and unkempt. The noise coming from I-10 kept us up most of the night. The trees will scratch your RV they are planted too close to the spaces. Concrete pads are broken and cracked, the picnic tables are rickety and broken. The whole place is a dirt lot and very dusty/dirty. NO WAY I would ever stay here again. - highway gypsy
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
Mar 2016 - $17.00
The sites were concrete and fairly level, the park was clean and neat, and the staff couldn't have been more accommodating. All hookups worked fine. Fort Bliss RV Park would have gotten a solid 10 if there was WiFi at our camper and not just the lounge. The lounge was and workout area were fantastic. - Melodycthomas
Feb 2016 - $19.00
This is by far the worst campground we've been to for traffic noise. Even near the front of the park, by the office, you can still hear traffic from Highway 54 at all hours, day and night. Our first site was closest to the highway, the last open spot, and even with ear plugs you could hear the traffic at night. We moved near the middle of the park, and while it wasn't as loud, it was still noticeable. Quiet hours end at 5:00 AM so that goes to show the park caters to the long term, active duty residents. The park has a lot of potential, but until the published rules are enforced across the board, it will look like a base housing trailer park. Very few people clean up after their dogs, and the dog walk area, which is the only grass in the park aside from the playground, always has piles around it. Many long term residents have so much stuff around their sites it detracts from what the park can really be. We had one neighbor that would go out every morning at 6:15 to smoke then have over an hour of phone conversations which could be heard from our bedroom. It seems like the long term residents have very little consideration for those passing through.
The sites are very large and level which is the best thing about the park. Utilities worked well, although water pressure fluctuated daily. Bathrooms were clean and laundry was OK except for a couple dryers that got too hot and burned some clothes and a blanket. WiFi is available only in the rec room and didn't allow us to connect once when we were doing laundry. Unless we need a night stopover, we would not return until the rule enforcement starts. - pfogleboch
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
Feb 2016 - $35.00
This place is mostly a gravel parking lot, but the services are being actively upgraded. Seems to be quite a few long-term residents. No shade so a satellite connection is easy. The sites are jammed in quite tightly, but access was OK for our 36 foot fifth wheel. The laundry was goo, clean and had three sets of washers and dryers. We stayed for three days doing some maintenance, and the co-located RV parts place was helpful. We might stay again. - wandrr
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 2013 - $22.00
We pulled into the park and immediately realized it was not suitable. There were no other RVers in sight, only full time older trailers and the place looked quite run down. There were speed bumps about every 50 ft. which is terrible for driving a motorhome towing a car. Access to the place was awful through a large construction zone. We did not stay and cannot rate the staff or facilities properly. - camperme
Jan 2017 - $42.00
A very clean park on the south side of I-10 highway, near Mesilla and a large collection of retail/shopping. Easy in and out with pull throughs noted within the center of the park. The second gate on the right is the entry. A very nice office (SW/New Mexico motif) with a collection of salsas and wall art also for sale within. A heated spa (year 'round). Nice office staff, no issues with water/power or neighbors. Noise was minimal from the road. No apparent long term residents and no trash noted around the park. Worth a repeat visit. - wolffden
Jan 2017 - $28.00
This is a great park, well kept and in a great location, walking distance to Mesilla and great restaurants. Most of the sites have some shrubbery between the units, so there is some degree of privacy. Staff is super helpful and the cable and Wi-Fi are great. We had some problems with Wi-Fi and cable 2 years ago on our last visit, but definite improvement since then. They have coupons for shops and restaurants in the clubhouse. Would have rated a 10 except the pet walk was flooded and muddy, so the dog had to cleaned every time we used it. As we travel with a pet, pet areas are important to us. - flyfisher1
Jan 2017 - $45.00
Mostly excellent campground let down by non-functional WiFi and messy gravel. Hacienda came highly recommended and for this part of the country is no doubt the best option. The campground is very easy to reach from I-10. Staff are friendly and main office+clubhouse is quite nice. Sites are level and reasonably wide, most of them have a privacy fence on one side. Water, sewer, and electric all provided. Didn't try the cable, but no trees so our dish worked fine. Unfortunately the WiFi did not. At least half the time our devices connected but there was no internet, and the other half of the time the service was so slow it was unusable even for basic browsing. Unusable 100% of the time. Disappointing to say the least. The other frustration is the fine gravel that Hacienda uses to cover each site. It looks nice upon check in but quickly gets tracked everywhere (inside coach, inside tow car, etc), especially if it rains at all. Why the sites aren't paved is a total mystery but that gravel is really annoying. Be careful if you have tile floors in your coach. - Bryanmsi
Jan 2017 - $34.00
The spaces are very small and close together. Almost every rig was hanging into the roadway. There were a lot of stickers that got caught in our shoes and were tracked into our trailer. The employees were very nice and did warn us about the stickers. Wifi was poor. They did keep the outside area clean and neat. - Calteri
Sep 2016 - $34.00
First of all just be truthful is all I ask. Before we registered I asked "Big Mike" how the wifi was. His response "just fantastic, I watch Netflix all the time"! That could not possibly true as I couldn't even send an email. The only thing we even like about this park is location to Mesilla. We ended up staying another 3 days (still no wifi but we got over it) went into office and the owner was there and spoke to him about it and he basically said the same thing about Netflix etc. said the whole town was on Comcast and that made internet slow. Ha ha. Park has been declining more and more every year. Outside light/sign not lit and easy to miss the park when coming home for dinner. Won't be going back to this park until they get off their butts and clean the place up. - Lanaghil
Sep 2015 - $43.00
This is probably the closest RV park to old town Mesilla. Seems to be mostly residents rather than visitors. The park is run down and sites are close to each other. They advertise pull thru, but for 35 feet and up and pulling a toad, they are not. You'll hang out both ends. There is wifi but the wifi is not connected to usable internet. Very lower-end park. Stay if you have to, but there are much better choices. - bobmoore