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1 RV Park near Knox City, Texas
We did however find 1 campgrounds within 25 miles of Knox City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Knox City in the left hand column.
Mar 2017 - $1.00
As others have said, the first night is free. However, donations are appreciated (donation pipe at NW corner). There were no long term campers and there was no camp host. This park is a basic gravel lot with full hookup sites. The "facilities" for the ball park also serves as campground facilities. The door on the "Women's" side did have a working keypad lock. The "Men's" side keypad lock did not work. I only peeked in the Men's side - I would require a HazMat suit and air tank to enter past the doorway. This concrete block building also serves as the severe weather shelter. Best not to use this building and watch the weather to avoid this area in tornado season. Power, water, and sewer were all good. As noted, turn at the Dairy Queen then keep driving south. Drive to the south side of the park then turn left into park. There are not many choices for camping along US 380 in west Texas. This City RV Park is actually not a bad choice. Police station is only a few blocks away and the police do patrol the park often. The nearest grocery/Walmart is in Stamford some 17 miles south. Yes, we would stay here again (unless there is a threat of severe weather!). - geo-gypsy
Mar 2016 - $1.00
Driving US Route 380 across Texas, there aren't a lot of WalMarts for free parking overnight. We were happy to come across the City of Haskell's RV park for a free one night stay. (The first night is free, after that, $16/night.) It is right near a creek area where there are nice places to walk. There were several baseball/softball teams practicing nearby (different age groups). We saw some horses in the arena beyond the baseball fields and walked over to meet folks who were practicing for reining competitions. It was nice to be in a small town neighborhood type area. Full hook-ups, easy to pull in/out without detaching toad, free - was a great choice for us! - pattic777
Mar 2016 - $1.00
We were passing through and needed a place for one night. All pull thrus. Found this park in the TX Public Camping book (get at Tx. Travel Centers a must to have. Shows citys that offer RV camping most are free for one night). Free for first night, then $16. Water, Electric and sewer. Nice park, paved walking paths that are used late in the day by several people walking. Very quiet. Baseball practice next door and you might even get to see a game. Would stay here again. Only two other campers there, one looks like a host. - lolasmom