2 Parks near Dalhart, Texas
Oct 2015 - $24.00
Dalhart is at the intersection of four very big highways and is crowded and busy. Going East on US54 to the Corral RV Park you'll be in an industrial and heavy business zone and running alongside a railroad yard sounds terrible, but wait . As soon as you turn into the park, through an arch no less, it all changes. Only thing missing is music, the park is clean and "neat as a pin". The office registration was easy and the people very nice. This is a big park with blacktop roads and gravel sites. There are distinct sections: permanents have grass yards and fences; long term transients have roads and sidewalks and bigger sites; overnight travelers have about 20 spaces reserved every night all gravel, very long, with full hookups, and a little closer but not difficult. Wi-Fi was good and cable TV was also clear with a good selection.
What is amazing is how clean, how neat, and above all how organized this park is. There are Custom-Combiners here as well as Contract Harvesters and power line workers. If you have never seen a 53' Bunk-Room trailer it is jaw dropping. Everything fits in its niche and no one is out of place.
No mess or noise, no rowdies sitting about, every one on their best manners. Individual sites are always picked up. Plenty of dumpsters every where you look. A park employee can often be seen just riding the streets in a golf cart. You are never uncomfortable in this park.
There is grass in the common areas like the dog walk, around the bathrooms, and in the little kiddies park with some play equipment also at the tent sites. At night the park is better lit than your street at home with street lights as well as walk-way lights and lights around the perimeter.
The bathrooms are surprisingly small with two buildings each with a men's bathroom and a women's bathroom each with its own shower. So it is one person at a time. But very clean and comfortable.
There is some road and RR noise, but this is a safe and secure night off the road. So Relax! - Jack B
Sep 2015 - $28.00
It's the only thing in the area so here we had to stay. I'm surprised it has such a high rating. It's just a concrete and gravel lot with a few trees and very little in the way of amenities. Very friendly staff who are third generation running it. Tiny bathrooms and laundry which function but only just. The train noise went all through the night. Wouldn't stay again. - kiwitravelers
Jul 2015 - $24.00
Park was nice, easy to get into our site with a 40 foot motor home. We stayed here twice, once going to Colorado and then on the way back to West Texas. Would stay here again. - Ilovemyholidayrambler
Mar 2014 - $15.00
Camped here for two nights in March for a marathon. Pull through only if you're in something very small; we backed in with our 31' RV. Water hookups are available, but lack of pressure made it basically unusable for on-demand service. We decided to just fill up our fresh water tank, and it took us over an hour to fill it up. Campground is adjacent to a run down playground on the lake. Be careful with kids. There is a lot of broken glass on that playground. If you go toward the road past the disc golf course, there is a much nicer, brand new playground up there. Lots of traffic in and out of the parking lot by the lower playground throughout the day and night. We never figured out exactly what was going on down there because there was never anyone at the playground. The lake and trail areas are pretty and worth the trip, but I wouldn't stay here for more than an overnight. - CBird
Jun 2013 - $15.00
OK, a little more info is needed to find this place. There are no signs for the park but you can make the assumption you are there when you see the ball park and the rodeo facility. No signage about the RV hook ups. We gambled and pulled into the park (directly across from the People's Church parking lot) drove around back and spotted 8 hook ups not 12. Also these are only pull-thrus IF there is room to pull behind and face out. No one was here so it was easy but if other RV's present, it will be a problem if you want to avoid unhooking your tow. Ground was rough and not level. But...good power, water, and sewer. Will work for an overnight but not much else in my opinion. Honor system self pay. - AKBOB
Mar 2013 - $15.00
This park used to be Rita Blanca State Park, now run by the city of Dalhart. About a mile outside town on Farm to Market road 281. There is a small lake with a fishing area, grassy areas, picnic tables. RV sites are on a gravel lot, but full hookups, and a view of the lake which was full of snow geese. Looks bare in March, but is probably lovely later in the year when the trees are green. Not a destination spot, but a good overnighter and an alternative to the private campground in town. - BridgeInRV