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2 RV Parks near Hereford, Texas
Jun 2018 - $0.00
The city of Hereford, TX, offers travelers up to 72 hours of free camping with water and electricity and even a dump site. It's within 1/2 mile from Wal-Mart and a Love's truck stop which is very convenient. It's part of a city park next to a nice neighborhood. There are showers in the aquatic center within the park. Admission to the pool is less than $4 for adults. The adjoining park has picnic tables, grills, walking trail and fishing pond. The city accepts donations for your stay. - MBTybee
Apr 2018 - $1.00
Free and includes elec. and water. Site was level and within a park with a duck pond and walking path. - Sue S
Apr 2018 - $1.00
PROS Camping for free. Donation is encouraged. Electric, water and dump station. Only two campers parked after 10AM. Aquatic center adjacent. Open swim is $3.50 for adults for the indoor pool. Beautiful scenery: Lake, picnic tables. Rest rooms, dumpster, trash cans. Decent neighborhood. Museum, fast food and shopping near by.
CONS Only 72 hours of camping allowed. Full at night. Arrived at 8PM and there was one space left. Trains horns run at hourly.
- Appearance, quality, and condition of the park: Asphalt lot with water and electric posts.
- the sites are perpendicular to the chain link fence, facing the lake and Aquatic Center.
- the 50 Amp utilities provided high-current
- the facilities include a grass pet areas, fishing in lake
- roads have signs leading to RV Parking area
- amenities include dumpster and rest rooms. Many restaurants within one mile. Great free Museum. Donation suggested.
- the sites are level asphalt
- there is good signage to the campground
- the roads leading to the park are level and easy to navigate
- sites are all back-in only
- Google maps satellite view just shows a vacant lot, but there were six campers here when we arrived.
- No check-in: first-come-first-served. 72 hour limit.
- Parks and recreation office is associated with the campground. Phone number is listed above. - tdrager
Jun 2018 - $1.00
We stopped here to spend the night before our reservation in Palo Duro Canyon State Park. There was one other site occupied (with a tent), so we had our choice of almost all the sites. It was pretty warm in the afternoon when we arrived (100F) but the breeze made it bearable outside in the shade. Beautiful dark skies at night. Birds singing in the trees. Wonderful coolness at night (down to low 60s). Gravel road in campground - towed vehicle got pretty dusty pulled behind motorhome. Free for federal access pass holders. Can stay up to 7 nights. Gate was posted as closed from 8pm to 8am. We trimmed a few dead tree branches that would have hit the top of our motorhome. Boondocking. There are vault toilets. Enjoy the beauty! - pattic777