7 Parks near Snyder, Texas
Mar 2016 - $23.00
This was a good choice for an overnight stay. He only has about 5 spaces. Check in fast and courteous. Electric good. He is cleaning the grounds. Far enough off the freeway so no noise, but good access. - carold
Sep 2010 - $18.00
This is an odd little place, but I've stayed here before and would again. There were 3 permanents here, never saw any of them. Their trailers were nice. The WiFi worked. I can't really say anything bad about the place, it's just a little add-on to a motel. - airstreamingypsy
Apr 2010 - $18.00
It was very windy so we stopped at first place off main hwy. They only had 1 space available due to other 6 being occupied by perm. renters. We needed a place to spend night so we were glad they had a space. Pull thru short, very level, hwy noise all night and early in am perm. residents started vehicles and left around 6 am. It is definitely not a destination or "resort" park, but suited our need to get off the highway in the wind. Probably would not stay here again. - SASS21
5996 CR 2128 Snyder, Texas 79549 (map) | (325) 573-2348
Sites: 25 | Latest Rate: $12.00 | 10 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $12.00
The Wagon Wheel is a convenient and clean RV Park built on a perfectly charming nineteenth century ranch on the Texas Tablelands. For the first time I appreciate the beauty of the Prairie. The ranch no longer is in operation though the corrals and building take you back to another time.
It is a hard place to find. For Garmin or Google to find it you must type in 'County Road ', not 'CR'. There are no signs. And, sadly, it has seen better days. The pool and playgrounds are not maintained. The café is closed. There is no Internet, cable, or TV (well, there is one religious station that you can receive. I'm not sure that counts.).
There are a lot of bad reviews due, the story goes, to its being leased to an operator who did a poor job. Now, the potholes are filled, the trees are trimmed, and everything an RVer needs works fine. The sites are long and level, the water tasty, and the power stable. There is a bunkhouse, individual rooms with a queen size bed, two bunk beds, and a bathroom. They are all very neat and clean. The ranch brings a whole new level to quiet and peaceful.
And, there are huge faculties for banquets, parties, or rallies. My understanding is that meetings, parties, and weddings make up most of their business. There was no one here during our stay of two days other than three permanent residents who are rarely seen. There were no other customers. I was told that you had to be family or to know someone to find this place. It was hard to find someone to give the money to. We finally paid one of the permanent residents to give to the manager when she returns in a couple of days from Austin.
Regardless, I love it! For me, it could be a destination. It is beautiful land about to become a wind farm. My wife and I would go out of our way to revisit this wonderful place. - The Penguin
Jul 2015 - $13.00
This place was formerly called Wagon Spoke Guest Ranch and there are reviews under that name. This place is out is the country and there was no one around. There were just two other campers when we were there and they look to be permanent residents. There are quite a few RV sites with full hookups with trees all over and quite shaded. The utilities in our site worked good and placed in a good spot. The site was level with no need for leveling blocks. This place hosts weddings and large groups. They have rooms that are clean and it looks like a pool (tho it was behind an enclosure we did not look in). There are elk in a pen along with ducks, chickens, ginny hens, and a dog. The buildings are all open - bunkhouse, guest rooms, café, houses, office. I would stay here again. It's very interesting. - Kerch Family
Jan 2015 - $13.00
Yes this place is out of the way and a little confusing to get to. There isn't anyone around, in fact no one around. Just call the number, which is an answering service and they tell you to just put payment in the drop box. Good sites, very quiet, coyotes yapping, real western feel. No frills, out in the boondocks feel. Old guest ranch, not used at all when we were there, but glad this place was available. Many Passport America parks are wrecked up, junky full timers places, this place was much better, as it was quiet, completely uncrowded and had animals and old rockers sitting on the covered porches of the old ranch buildings, completely old time Texas!! - Buzz777
Dec 2009 - $22.00
This is actually a mobile home park with a few overnight pull-through sites available. Our site was long enough for a 35' motorhome and a car without unhooking, and it was level. All utilities worked well, as did the cable TV. Some of the interior roads have potholes. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful. There are large trees at the sites, but they were trimmed well enough that we had no problem with our slides. The park was very quiet at night. This is a basic, economical overnight stop. We would stay here again. - 4windstrvlr
May 2010 - $25.00
Had to stay here as other campgrounds full. Level dirt sites so close that it is hard to walk between campers with slides out. - packrat1941
May 2016 - $27.00
Facilities are newer. No trees and extreme winds were gusting all night. There was something like a club down the way on a Saturday night, which was loud, but that was very relative to the winds and highway, fairly close. Most guests are men working on contracts, solo, in the area. While it seemed completely fine, as a solo woman, I stayed to myself. No lock on the bathroom door. But I didn't interact with anyone either. Nor did I ever get too concerned. Laundry rooms was great. Service was very friendly and attentive. Offer propane and ice as well. Site is flat. - Joanyponyexpress
Jan 2016 - $27.00
We became ill on the road and stopped at this park. We had a pull thru site and the park employee help us connect. Sites are gravel with grass between sites. Very quiet. Staff very courteous they called every day to see if we were ok and even called us a couple hours after we left to check on us. We stayed in motorhome with toad. Would stay here again. Only reason I rated a 9 is because no WiFi at site. - Huggs
Mar 2011 - $18.00
Park is old but functional for short stay. Location: 32.4067, -100.7588 or approx 5 miles East of Colorado City along the frontage road south of I-20. Host lives on-site and was helpful. Does not accept credit cards. - Gary B
Nov 2016 - $20.00
Not a destination park, but great value for an overnight stopover at the Passport America rate. However, it would be overpriced at the regular rate of $30 for a 30 amp full hookup site and $40 for 50 amp. Many pull-thrus, easy access from I-20 but far enough away that you don't hear traffic noise. There is an active rail line nearby, but we heard no trains after about 10 pm. Sites felt spacious, but we were one of only 4 rigs in the park. Water pressure was good and power was reliable (although the pedestals in our site and others weren't active, so the owner ran a long extension cord to our site, but it worked fine). Sewer connections are slightly higher than the sites, so rigs with low-mounted outlets may have a bit of trouble draining their tanks. AT&T voice coverage is weak (2 bars) but usable. Verizon data coverage was fine.
The owner lives about 8 miles away; he'll meet you at the park if you call the park number about an hour before you arrive. There is a camp host but otherwise no on-site office or management, but really no need for one either since there are very few amenities. This park is only 2 years old, and was originally developed for monthly use by oilfield workers before the energy bust. It is still a work in progress, and I'd expect its facilities to be improved over time when the oil and gas market improves, but right now it's best for self-contained rigs. - PlanoPilot
Oct 2016 - $30.00
This is a funky little campground. Our first impression was "What have we gotten ourselves into?" But we ended up loving this place. The owner is great. We had a long, level pull-through site. They were having problems with the electric hookups to our site, so he ran a 50-amp extension cord to it, and we had no problems. There's a train nearby, but it didn't bother us. The owner told us about a fair and rodeo that was being held that weekend, so we went and had a wonderful time. So glad we stopped here. We would definitely come here again if in the area. - mrpeepers
Oct 2016 - $15.00
This is fine as a stop over. Its on the business loop of a small town off of I20. This is a no frills park, but the pull thru was easy to navigate, and it the park is enough from the highway that we couldn't hear the noise. We did hear one train but that was all. Owner is very nice and as mentioned, you can't beat the Passport rate of $15. There were two feral cats around so we couldn't let our cat out. There didn't seem to be any cable, and we got no channels OTA. - Soos