Good for an overnight. Older campground filled with mostly seasonal RVs (some tidy, some not). Camped here in early May, arriving on a Friday night. There were almost full due to the camping season here starting so early. With some site juggling they found one big enough for our rig. Trees need to be trimmed some, but the shade was nice. Concrete pad. Shade trees. Pool was closed due to it getting a new liner. Host apologized for state of the Rec Room...she was cleaning it. Wi-Fi was anemic, the router was a 802.11b standard, which has been out of date for years. Best part of this place was the strong OTA TV signal and the very strong (5 bar) Verizon 4G. MiFi worked great. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $27.00
This was ok for an overnight stay. Staff was friendly and the sites were ok. A lot of permanent residents. Large lot in back to walk dogs but full of stickers. Bathrooms/showers were ok but I would not have taken a shower in them. Not at all sparkling. We would stay again as it was very handy to get to and quiet. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $25.00
We have stayed here a couple of times and found it to be a pretty nice park. Staff is helpful and friendly. Sites are easy access and average size. Wi-Fi is spotty but about the same as other parks we have stayed in. We haven't actually used the Wi-Fi because it is not free (except for a short initial period). There is some noise from the airport but not enough to be a real problem. Had a couple of helicopters come right over the park during the night and it will wake you up. The dust that another reviewer talked about is a constant in Lubbock. Of the parks we have tried in Lubbock this has been the best. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Motorhome.
Access right off the highway was convenient for getting in/out and for exploring the city; not good for walking dogs though. There is 17 acres in the back of the park that they encouraged us to walk our dogs,placed us right on the edge, and said that we could let them off leash if we wanted. Big sign out front says pool, but it was not open and didn't look like it had for a while or would be again anytime soon. Note, it is approaching 90 degrees in April in TX. Community building was showing signs of age, but was clean. It had laundry, TV, library, and bathroom/shower rooms (check the TP first though!). Management was nice; he even remembered what spot we were in every time we came in to extend our stay. We got stuck for 4 extra nights due to high winds which resulted in those 17 acres in back as the source of a dust storm. If you are there in the spring, you may want to stay in a spot between other RVs. We thought it so cool when we got there that we only had neighbors on one side, HA! We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $27.00
Lubbock was one of the places I wanted to visit as we travel across the US. I found a few good reviews of the Lubbock RV Park and decided to stay here. We stayed in Lubbock for three days. We arrived without reservations and they checked us in in only a few minutes. They gave us a nice spot in the back away from the highway. The spot had a large paved area where were able to setup our RV. This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups. The nightly price was very good, and the Wi-Fi was spotty. I was unimpressed by the laundry facility; they should upgrade their machines. Although next to a busy highway, an airport, and a train line we slept very well during our stay. None of these produced enough noise to be a bother. Would I recommend this park? Absolutely. Would we come back? Absolutely. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
We stayed here as just an overnighter on our way home. Easy on and off the interstate. Very close to the airport - plane noise. For that purpose, this is an OK park. Many, many full time residents. The staff member we met was friendly and helpful. With all that said, the park gave me a creeped out feeling. Could have been the fact that 80% of the sites are permanent residents, not really sure. Might find a different place next time through. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This park is near the airport and right next to the interstate highway. The pull through sites are further from the interstate than other sites. We had one of two 50amp pull through sites available at 7:30 p.m. the night we stayed. The roads are broken pavement with gravel. There is more gravel than pavement. There is a concrete pad, but only our back wheels were on the pad. There are trees, but many need trimming. We had to scrape through trees in order to get around vehicles parked into the roadway to get to our spot. We were under a tree and had no satellite TV. Arriving late, we didn't have a WiFi code, so didn't have that service. Over fence from our site is a salvage yard of some kind. Not the best neighborhood. We stayed here because it was closest to our route of travel. We likely won't stay here again. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Motorhome.
This park is conveniently located off I-27. Since it was hot, the AC was running so did not notice much noise from the highway. This park has seen its better days. The pool was out of service while we were here, and the "Adventure Playground" consisted of equipment that is worn out and splinter inducing, surrounded by a failing picket fence. The folks here were friendly, and there were a good number of long termers. It was okay for an overnight stay, but I might be looking into other choices when in Lubbock again. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed one night, but the park was in good order. Park hosts or owners not the friendliest, but nonetheless were accommodating. Pull through site was large enough for our 35' RV with room to spare. Pool was nice to have to cool off in. If traveling through Lubbock, I would stay here again. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Motorhome.
We stayed here two nights. I do not know what options are in the area but I would look for a different option for the next time. The staff was nice and helpful, there were trees, which is rare in that area. The play-scape was pretty run down, the pool was small and wasn't nice looking to me. We have 30 amp service and we were told the pedestal had 100 amp service, shared with another RV. Luckily we had a surge protector because it began melting the prongs on it and we tripped the breaker a few times using less than what should have tripped it. The internet is Tango for which you are given a code to use it that is good for 24 hours. After that you have to pay Tango. And it is SLOW. I tried it a few times and decided not to bother. Several people did not have their dogs on leashes . It was quiet....other than the dog that barked at me every time I went outside. I am glad we only had to be there a couple nights and will not return. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park, in an arid, windy environment. Given that, it was much nicer than I expected. Nice level pad. Pull-thru that allowed the dinghy to be attached with all hook-ups within reach. We were only there for one night, but I'd stay longer. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Motorhome.
An OK campground. Would not rate it as high as Good Sam, but OK for our short 2 day stay. Pads are level and spaced well. WIFI leaves a lot to be desired. We have two laptops and were only allowed ONE coupon from Tengonet for ONE night. Had to pay for the other laptop and pay for another day on primary laptop. Connection was extremely slow as Tengonet usually is. Last park we stayed in with Tengonet for two days gave us TWO coupons for a week. Guess it depends on the arrangements of the park. Hosts were friendly enough, although couldn't tell us much about sites to see around the area, having never been to Lubbock before. There is NO cable and if you have rooftop satellite, make sure to park near the rear of the space, as the tree will block reception. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $27.00
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Interior roads are paved and have quite a few speed bumps. Our pull-through site had a concrete pad and was fairly level. All utilities worked well - there is no cable TV, but there are quite a few channels available by antenna. The park offers wi-fi, but when we checked in (for two days) we were given a 24-hour coupon. Returned to office the next day to get another coupon and were told "one coupon per check-in." After some discussion, we were given another coupon. We did not check out the showers or laundry, so can't comment on them. There is noise from the airport, but it is not constant. Other than that, the park was quiet. There are quite a few extended-stay guests here, but the sites we saw were neatly kept. We camped at Lubbock RV Park in a Motorhome.