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4 RV Parks near Kermit, Texas
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Kermit. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Kermit in the left hand column.
Feb 2012 - $25.00
This is someone's idea of a joke when they say Country Club Resort. Lots of older permanent rigs here, some for many years. We had a hard time finding anyone to answer the phone at the office. Ending up getting the last place in the park and it was next to the management permanent double wide. Had hookups but that was all. This place needs lots of maintenance and up-grading. Guess the crowded conditions are because of the boom in the oil patch right now. We will not go back. - FAB9253
Jul 2011 - $22.00
This park is OK for an overnight stop. Most spaces are occupied by full time area workers. Spaces were wide and level, utilities worked as they should. Friendly staff and locals. The office has an extensive WWII museum that is worth the visit. Easy in and out of the Park, but you have to go thru town, not that bad. We found the pool closed and drained and there is not Wi-Fi available. - Gladabout
Feb 2011 - $14.00
I agree with previous postings. The sand is not very fine, so even in a strong wind it is not too bad. Water was shut down for a few days because of broken pipes. The ranger would like to be a policeman, and rumor has it that he likes giving people a hard time both at the park and in town. I hear he likes to run radar in the park and wants you to know how may speed limit signs there are to see if you are a careful driver. He was on me for a minor infraction and threatening to write me up. This is a slow moving country and a fun place to explore but don't expect too much. Kind of like living on the moon. - NM Full Timer
Jul 2016 - $1.00
We stayed on a month. Basic a good park, only downfall was the water quality but we fixed that with a filter. A must, because they have water like well water. Lots of calcium in it so you do not wash your rv or vehicle but again filter fixed that. An all rock no grass park but would recommend. A safe clean place to stay and pet friendly. Clean washateria. We paid 380 monthly rent but this did not include electric. - Shannon Fair
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Wouldn't stay at this dirty camp again. We had to remove someone else's rubbish and car exhaust system before backing in...onto high weeds and dog mess. Noisy and smelly. Inadequate signage leading to the park; had a job finding it. - JulieBarry 123
Sep 2013 - $25.00
The folks that ran this camp had only been doing it for about a month, they did not have a shade spot (we do not have air) so they offered us to pull in the shaded area of their home, even offering us the use of their air and TV. With the shade and a breeze, we spent a lovely evening and would recommend this park to anyone passing through Monahans TX. The park was clean and everyone was very friendly. - nancya
Dec 2018 - $19.00
Excellent State Park! Office is located near the entrance and very close to the railroad and I-8, while the campground is about a mile inland and very quiet. Sand dunes are impressive, just wish we had the time to hike the area. Very windy the day we were there and I understand this is common. The town of Monahan's is a small typical oil town, kind of dirty and rough around the edges. We did find an excellent restaurant the "Jazz Café", looks run down from the outside but a pleasant surprise inside. Good food and service. - paulstravels
Nov 2018 - $19.00
Convenient off interstate location. Far enough off that there's no traffic noise. Hills of white sand, some with vegetation....looks like a seashore in the middle of Texas! Back in site pavement was just wide enough for us. I'm sure if wheels dropped into the sand, it would be a problem. Really quiet. We arrived after office hours but multiple available sites were posted for us to chose. We're just over nighting and would do so again. - MsLucy
Nov 2018 - $19.00
Very nice state park just off of I-20. Sites are over a mile back from interstate so there really isn't any road noise. Daily site fee ($19) includes $2 per person entry fee, if you have a Texas parks pass site fee would be $15. There are 26 sites about 1/2 are pull-thru the rest back in. The pull-thrus are nice if you have a toad but they are alongside the main loop road so you are not very far from daily traffic. Roads and sites are paved but off the pavement the sand can get deep and you will find yourself stuck. Parking for tow vehicle can be challenging depending on site, I dropped front wheels off pavement while parking and nearly was stuck. Each site has a picnic table, grill and shares a shade canopy. The park is one big sandbox, you can walk anywhere you want, there are no marked trails or restrictions where you can go. The park service rents disks (snow saucers) to slide down the dunes with. The dunes can be as high as a 100 feet nearly outside your door. 20-30-50 AMP service at each site with good pressure water as well, no sharing. Dump station near entrance to campground, connection is on wrong side of road/area so you need to enter in wrong direction of travel. When the wind blows it can really rock your rig but the sand really doesn't get airborne to damage your paint. It does however pile up everywhere. A patio mat will not help in many sites because the sand is so deep and soft. This was our first stay in a Texas State Park and we really enjoyed it. We'll come back. - Maximilian