power in park was very good, can't comment on water pressure did not hook up. AT&T very good, Wi-Fi free and good. Interior roads are gravel, sites are aggregate gravel and level. Park appeared well maintained. Like all oil field areas this park had quite a few permanent workers BUT it was clean and orderly. Lots of sites had trees, the pull-through did not, which was OK. We stayed here in a 40 footer with 3 slides. Last minute accommodation because of screw up on reservations at another local park, got us right in for the night. We would stay here again. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $35.00
Very hard to find a good RV park in the area. I was concerned about the water situation in the RV parks in west texas and found that this is one of few places to have city water. Lots of extended stay folks but all are good looking clean RVs. They have a few sites for overnighters. Pads are gravel and level. Wifi is one of the best ones among RV parks I have been to. Staff are very good and friendly. Go slow on the approach road. How about a picnic table at each site? We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $35.00
This campgound is simply a gravel parking lot in the middle of a heavy industrial area. The road leading to the campground is extremely rough, to the point we were worried about damage to our RV. The park entrance is a dirt road that is even rougher! The campground is very crowded, spaces are close together and very short. Lots of noise from planes, trains, oil workers and trucks. FHU, cable and unsecured wi-fi. We would not stay here again. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $32.00
This is another west Texas CG catering to oil field workers and permanents but most have fairly new rigs so there wasn't a run down look to the park. Being close to I-20, it makes a good RON (remain over night) but that also makes for plenty of road noise and a lack of amenities such as picnic table, fire ring, etc. The short road leading to the CG is wash-boarded and a terrible drive, but the park doesn't own it. Go slow. All sites are gravel, level, and enough space to park your vehicle beside the RV. Utilities were good and WiFi was strong and fairly fast. Satellite reception would not be a problem, but the park has an excellent, long list of cable channels for viewing. VZW 4G cell service was available. A staff member stayed a bit after closing to get me checked in. Good customer service. My only real complaint is that they have way too many speed bumps. Some are high enough to make it difficult to roll over without badly rocking the RV. Rate is with Good Sams discount. It is probably best to make a reservation since the park was completely full. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
We stopped here for 2 nights to visit friends. Hard to find a park with vacancies in Midland/Odessa because of the oil boom. Convenient location. Lots of full time sites but park is clean and quiet (everyone works lots of hours in oil fields). All utilities worked fine. Had a good sized, dirt dog park that helps because our puppy is 10 months old and needs to run. We will return when in area. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
This park was nice for Midland. The office people were ever so nice. They keep several sites available for overnight travelers in an otherwise full oil field worker town. The sites were large, long and gravel. They have a nice dog run. We were not far from stores and downtown. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $32.00
This park is on the eastern edge of Midland, bordering I-20 to the south and a major freight train rail line about a 1/4 mi to the north and a huge trucking operation between. With Midland being a hub of oil patch activity there is significant road, rail, and trucking noise 24/7. We grew up in this environment so no big deal for us but know that it is important for others. Registration staff were friendly and helpful, there was a golf cart escort to our sight. Pads were level gravel and we requested and received a pull-through with no trees and got it. The pads with trees will not accommodate big/tall rigs. The park will do long term rentals and there are quite a few work campers but there is no junk or other signs of any particular rig being a long term resident, other than the employees of the park that live in the park. This is also a popular park for one night layovers, we have seen lots of rigs come in late and leave early the next day in our one week stay. This is not a destination park, no swimming pool, playgrounds, or even picnic tables at any sites. You pretty much have to park your tow or towed vehicle where the picnic table would normally be. However, there are two fenced dog runs. Plenty big for lapdogs, a little small for bigger ones. The Wi-Fi is the best I have ever had at an RV park. There are antennas everywhere, everybody is close to a signal and I consistently had transmission rates of 2.95 Mbps. Electric power was solid, no voltage dips or spikes. Water pressure was a little on the high side. This has been a great park to be our home base while getting work done on the truck and the rig. Convenient to both Midland and Odessa. No matter what we needed or wanted to do, it was within 12 miles, including an air museum, two malls, a whole slug of chain restaurants, a college, and a university. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $32.00
Good campground for short stay. Internet and cable good. Campground full. Reserve early. I recommend a fuel stop before parking due to extreme congestion at nearby large rig stations during peak periods. To depart West on I-20, I drove N to Industrial Blvd, then W to 1788, then S to fuel stop with access to I-20. Much easier, FYI. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $40.00
We had a one-night stay. The lots are level and the hostess was friendly at check-in time. The entire grounds (except for the dog runs) are pea gravel, not unusual for this area. The grounds were clean and tidy. However a nearby gravel/dirt road carried a lot of traffic and my rig and motorcycle (in an enclosed trailer) got quite dusty. Laundromat was so-so. While I was there, another guest complained to the manager about a dryer not putting out heat. The manager's response was "nobody else has complained." Can't say if the guest was correct or not, just didn't seem to be a very customer friendly response. Cable TV and wireless internet were adequate. Quite a bit of noise from I-10 and a nearby train. Good enough for an overnight but I wouldn't want to stay there for a long period. Felt it was priced above its value. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $32.00
This park was fine for a night. A lot of oil workers in the area and many stayed at this park. However, there were sites for travelers. WiFi was good and cable was good. Getting to the park was a little problem. Coming from the east we traveled along the North Frontage Road and had to cross a busy street. We stopped around 4:00 and were able to get across the busy street, but any later and there will be lots of traffic. Just make sure you are not traveling to the park during rush hour. I would stay here again if I were in the area, but would try to avoid this area due to the oil field workers. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $30.00
Campground near I-20, but freeway/interstate noise is tolerable. Spaces are close. Most campers were living there, working the oil/gas fields. Yes - the few yards from the frontage road to the RV park entry is full of potholes, but it's a short distance (just drive SLOW). Hosts were very nice and helpful. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $30.00
Very friendly staff. Nice and clean park. Lots of full-timers in the oil industry, but nice people. Small store on site, but close to other convenience stores for small stuff. Short stay...would stay there again passing through. My only concern is the road going in. It's got a lot of pot holes from heavy trucks further down the road. Very hard on the trailer. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.
There are not a lot of RV parks in the Midland area. Of the campgrounds we saw in the area, this place seems to be one of the better ones. It’s fine as an overnighter if you’re passing through the Midland area. The pull-through sites are long enough to accommodate most RVs and wide enough that you don’t feel crowded. There are no shade trees in these spots. The shaded spots are back-ins and appear to be occupied by extended stay and long term RVers (possibly the oil field workers, as the area is pretty inundated with oil fields.) All of the hookups worked well, the Wi-Fi signal was strong and the cable quality was clear with plenty of channels. The staff seems friendly and attentive to the park and its amenities. Midland is in a flatter portion of Texas, so the winds do whip through the park a bit, but it was tolerable the night we stayed. It’s not too far off the interstate, so you do hear the traffic in the distance, but it wasn’t too bad. As previously mentioned, the road (Midland Dr.) is pretty horrendous for the couple of hundred yards you need to drive to get to the entrance, so take it slow. We would consider staying again. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
I had a really nice stay here, regardless of the weather. If you've been to West Texas in June, you know it is hot and dry. This campsite did offer some spaces with trees, of which I was very lucky to get one of since I am in a 30' or less RV. The trees are in the older section of the park, so the spaces with the most shade can not accommodate big rigs. They are in the process of re-wiring the spaces which is good because they had been experiencing brown outs since they expanded. That was no longer a problem when I left. I stayed there for 11 weeks and would go back. They have a nice laundry facility, a gym, free wi-fi and cable. We camped at Midland RV Campground in a Motorhome.