1 Park near Lajitas, Texas
May 2016 - $32.00
The previous May 2016 review covers most of the details very well. Each site is gravel with a picnic table located on a paved pad. WiFi worked much of the time with the park less than 25% occupied, important as neither Verizon nor AT&T had a usable signal at the park. The pool was nice, though the water was not clear during our stay. Strongly recommend that you have food supplies before your arrival as there is very limited shopping available in Lajitas, the park appearing to be essentially the only commercial activity in this tiny town. It's about 30 miles east to the Big Bend National Park main visitors center. Also note that there is no crossing into Mexico at Lajitas. - Johnson's
May 2016 - $35.00
Excellent RV park. Large spaces with excellent hookups. Club house and pool nice and clean. This part of a larger resort with amenities extended to those staying at Maverick Ranch. Things to be aware of: (A) you are in the desert. (B) Try to arrange a site that has your door facing east to avoid afternoon sun. (C) wind comes up very fast. Do not leave awnings out unattended. (D) This is a dark community. Outside lights off at 9:00 pm, enjoy the stars they are great.
WI-FI is good, cable is acceptable. This is by far the nicest RV park usable for visiting Big Bend Parks. - elvato
Apr 2016 - $37.00
RV Park is part of the Lajitas Golf &Spa resort across the street. All amenities of the resort are available to RVers. However, the RV park has its own meeting and lounge building with laundry, showers, pool, and grill facilities. Centrally located to visit Big Bend NP and all other areas. Make sure door and awning face the east to avoid afternoon sun. This will also give you a front door view of the best sunsets and sunrises. All outside lights must be off by 9PM (dark sky) so that everyone can view the night sky. Resort will provide golf cart shuttle from across the street if needed and requested. Excellent full service restaurant at resort but don't miss Starlight Theater at Ghost Town just up the road toward Big Ben NP. You are in desert so no shade and dirt. Unique in that your neighbor may pull in opposite from your direction so that you do not step over his sewer hoses when you open your door. Stayed 3 nights but will be back. - aliner man