Date of Stay: November, 2015 - $30.00
Rate of $30/night is with a senior's discount.
First, drivers of coaches and big diesel pickups - DO NOT sit and let your engines idle on and on and on!!! For those of us near you, the noise is aggravating.
As others have noted, this is a gravel parking lot. There is no pool. Nice restrooms, laundry, work out room in the main building. Staff are very nice as are the other rv'ers. Full hookups with 30 & 50 AMP. WiFi is okay but a bit spotty. No Cable TV. A few channels of TV over air. This RV park has easy access to hiway but far enough away. No disruptive train sounds as is quite normal in this part of the country. Park is on a very busy street. Using a fan on the dresser gave us enough white noise to be able to sleep with the windows open. We would return to this park in the future. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
Visit the Petroleum Museum. Beautiful paintings on display depicting the early days of wildcat oil drilling. And a big mineral display as well as the famous Chapparel race cars.
The sites are very long gravel and fairly level ones. Everything is dirt and gravel. There had been some rain prior to our arrival but it was dry while we were there. The park had mostly long term oil field workers there. It is probably a nice park for the area. Everyone had dogs but they were penned.There is a nice pond with ducks and fountain. We never did see grass cut even though there were several workers there. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $30.00
This area has mostly oil field workers in the parks finding a short term stay place is a challenge. How ever this park, which is primarily a oil field workers, did have some spaces for short term stays. The park is a west Texas park with gravel roads and gravel sites. When it rains (which it did when were there) it is muddy. That being said this park has very wide and long sites. The management group is very nice accommodating and helpful. There is a large pond on the property and a fountain in the middle which is a nice addition. One downside is the entrance is very rough, but the interior roads and the sites are smoother. Of the parks we saw in the area this is one of the best. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $13.00
The roads and sites in this campground are dirt and gravel (mostly dirt) and get muddy when it rains. There are some potholes, mostly at the entrance. Our site seemed unlevel, but we didn't have a whole lot of trouble leveling the RV. The sites are long enough to pull-through without unhooking your car. There are no tables or firepits. Having said that, I've got to tell you we had an enjoyable stay. People are friendly; facilities are clean; washers and dryers were $1.50 each. There is no cable tv; they have DirecTV satellite. You have to give them a check for $150 as a deposit on the receiver, but that is returned uncashed when you leave. The duck pond is beautiful and has a fountain in the middle which has colored lights on it at night. If ever in this area, we would stay here again. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Motorhome.
A flat dirt campground apparently mainly used by local workers. Access roads are mix of asphalt, gravel, and dirt. Sites are mostly dirt and are rutted and unlevel both front to back and side to side, but not so much that it is impossible to get level. Pull thrus were long enough for 37’ motorhome with tow still connected with room to spare. No shade, no landscaping except for wild growths here and there. Utilities are spread the length of the pull thru so it may be problematic to hook up to all of the utilities depending upon the length of hoses, power cables, etc. Power ok (this with both a/c units running in 100 degree temperatures), wifi ok (reasonable speed and stability), moderate Verizon LTE signal (3 bars). Did not use the other utilities. Very friendly people running the place and very responsive to an issue with wifi connectivity when we first arrived. We will look elsewhere when next we travel along I-20 in Texas. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $35.00
Keep in mind - you are in Odessa, TX. West Texas. Land of oil and sand. Now, with that in mind, we loved Mesquite Oasis. Hosts are super, facilities were clean, sites were large and easy to access and the long-term residents were friendly. We needed it for only an overnight and it was perfect. If you have to be in Odessa, don't hesitate to stop here! We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $35.00
The amenities this park offers are wonderful. The staff is very caring and helpful. I love the duck pond and our pups really enjoyed them as well. Comparing to other RV parks we seen in the area there is no comparison. The view outside of the pond ain't great, but it is desert, oil field, Texas. Loved the place will stay again if in area. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $35.00
This RV park gets all the basics right with good driveways; spacious, level sites; convenient hookups; and wonderfully large, clean bathrooms with plenty of hooks and counter-top space; free WiFi (though not especially fast). Bravo for an integrated center with workout room, laundry and game room. This would easily be an 8-rated facility if it were next to a pretty national park! We stayed only one night on our way through and had no problems, but we did wonder if ever there are lines with only 2 bathrooms available. Price is on the high end for this level of amenities, but seems demand is up with the oil boom in the area. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $36.00
Like many in this park we are oil field workers who will live in our RV long term. Park quality is therefore very important to us. This park is a good one for us. It has everything they claim in their web site. Spots are large with plenty of room. Facilities are clean and in good shape. We like the security cameras and on site managers. But like any other RV park in West Texas, there will be sticky goo mud when it rains, and dust when dry. You can't escape either. Our rig is 55' long plus we have an SUV. All fit in our spot. There is plenty of room for our full slides and awning. The gym and pond are a nice set of extras. Wi-Fi is not the best but will be fine as long as you don't try to stream videos and games. This is a great park and you will not find any others better in either Odessa or Midland. We drove through several others before staying here. All the others have close, tight spaces and rigs are all packed in like sardines. Most area parks have rough roads full of pot holes. Not this one. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $30.00
Our rate is for seniors over 55. The park facilities are impressive. Each resident is given a pin # to access the office building for use of the showers, bathrooms, laundry, fitness room, and club room. The sites are long pull thrus and very wide. Of course being in W. Texas don't expect grass or shade but around the office building is a wonderful dark green grassy lawn. There is also a duck pond with fish in it. This is about the best in the Odessa/Midland area. There are thousands of construction workers living in RVs everywhere due to an oil drilling boom taking hold of this small town area. This park is on city water. Many others are on well water or bottled water. We would stay again. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $30.00
This campground is about 4 1/2 miles off of Highway 20. It's dirt and gravel, and big rigs won't have any problems moving easily through the park. We just stayed here overnight on our way to Arizona, but there are many who have been here long term because of work in the area. Quiet time is from 10 pm through 6 am. There's a lovely pond with ducks and if you bring your fishing pole you can fish. The facilities include a workout room and game room. It's pretty smoky in there though. There was Wi-Fi available, but I kept getting kicked off so used AT&T hotspot instead, I had 4 bars. This park was pretty full, mostly long term so I'm sure it was the high volume usage that got me kicked off. Mary couldn't have been nicer at check in! It's dusty and there's plenty of dust, but overall, it was a good nights stay with plenty of quiet time at night for restful sleep. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
This park had city water available where other parks we called had well water and would give you bottled water to drink and cook with. While this is a west Texas park and as a result grass was not at each site but a nice grassy area was near the office. Also had a workout room and pool table available. The duck pond with the no ice skating sign was a highlight right next to a working oil well. A unique park with ample amenities and friendly staff. We camped at Mesquite Oasis RV Park in a Motorhome.