10 RV Parks near Snyder, Texas
Jan 2018 - $25.00
There is a small area for 5 or 6 RVs beside the motel with FHU utilities and nothing else. I don't think there are restrooms or showers. But, the utilities are fine and it's easy in and out and the price is right, so if you are self-contained and need a simple overnight stop, then Beacon is fine. No wifi. - darwinmoore
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
Feb 2018 - $28.00
We used this is a single-night stopover and found it to be clean, well-maintained, easily accessible and perfect for our needs. They had a pull-thru space with 50amp hookup for our 41' rig + toad. The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful and the hookups themselves were in excellent condition. Would I stay here for longer than a night or two? Probably not. It should be noted that this is more a live in location populated with permanent single-wide trailers for long-term rent than a true RV Park. They only have a dozen or so spots (but 4 are pull-thru for larger rigs). As cited in the previous review, the sites are very close together and there is no shade or privacy. There are no amenities (dog parks, kid parks, trails, etc) in the immediate area (however the RV park itself has an excellent laundry room - bright, clean and newer equipment). That all being said, if you are looking for a spot for a night or two passing through Snyder Texas, this was a safe, clean, easily accessible spot right for us and we would use it again. - Oh2See
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
Sites: 25 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 11 Reviews
May 2017 - $13.00
Cute, and still charming. Even if it is run down, I can imagine what this place used to be in its hayday. Could not find ANYONE to pay. No one was in the office the three times stopped. No one answered the door of the door across the drive from the office. No one answered the phone, nor have they called me back. So we have not paid for our stay as of this moment. Very frustrating. Power/water sewer was fine. The play ground was VERY VERY run down and a complete hazard. Campground was filled with campers that were full time residents, I assume they were contract workers for the energy fields. The couple we spoke with were very friendly and enjoying their beers outside enjoying the evening. Our major concern was the amount of dogs running around. Most seemed friendly, but we did not feel comfortable walking our dogs outside, and the resident dogs hovered around our camper agitating our dogs. We got up and got out of there since we couldn't walk our dogs without the concern of a dog fight, since the other dogs were unleashed. - JustLandless
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
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
Nov 2017 - $35.00
This is a basic dirt lot with RV connections installed. "Manager" onsite, but there ain't much to manage. You show up, call him, he comes out from his trailer, takes your money, and says "pick a site." They advertise cable tv, but nope, they stopped that. Too much hassle with the new requirements for cable boxes. But they still advertise on their site. This is simply plain dirt, outrageously prices at $35 per night. No facilities other than a little shed where they take your money. Might as well have run the trains right through the middle of the park. No discounts - no Good Sams, no Passport America, zip, zero, nada. Big mistake to stay here. Looks more like a place for contract workers who stay by the month. Our advice: avoid this one, it is awful. We camped here in a fifth wheel, had to call the "manager" to find out the cable connection does not work. No offer of a price reduction for lying on their site. Wasted a good $35 here. Should have driven another hour to better facilities at the same or better price. - RobsRVPicks
May 2018 - $27.00
Nice park and great staff. Grassy, level sites, but ours was littered with cigarette butts, which detracted from pleasant time outside. RV parks in this part of Texas are very popular with oil and gas workers, so finding a nice one can be a challenge. We would stop again at Lone Wolf Creek. - RDABBA
Oct 2017 - $27.00
Good overnight spot off I-20 mile-marker 217. Not fancy but all services work well. - Lafitte
Sep 2017 - $17.00
Just an overnight stay here while we visited parents nearby. We're enroute to a 3-week trip to New Mexico. Choice mostly on convenience. Very dusty conditions due to gravel site and roads. - Texas Ron
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
Mar 2018 - $15.00
Owner had to run an electrical cord to my RV & add an adapter for my 30amp. Dogs roam property unleashed with no owner in site. Dogs at the home across the street attempted to come into park where I was walking my (LEASHED DOG) upon arrival. No, the train didn't stop at 11:00pm...more like, last whistle at 11:45pm. It started up again at 5:00am. 4-5 full-timers and someone has a loud muffler. Leaving in and out several times during the early morning hours at 3-5am. I stayed one night and couldn't even walk my dog in the morning because of the 2 loose dogs wandering the property. Beware! I did dump my tanks (really not needed). I should have boondocked. Being the only RV, sorry I didn't feel safe whatsoever. I gave it a chance despite the reviews from at least 2yrs ago; evidently, nothing has changed. - BOOMER N me
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Rating is based on how well they deliver what they promise. This is a no frills park that is under renovation. All the sites have new power pedestals but they aren't activated yet. The host has VERY long extension cords running from the main power panel to your site, which work well. Quite location, far enough away from the interstate to abate traffic noise. Cash only, military discount. - OpaS
Mar 2018 - $15.00
The owner is very friendly and helpful, he helped me hookup while we were talking. This is a Passport America park. Pull thru site was long and level with all utilities conveniently located at the rear of the site. Sites and interior roads are gravel.
If coming in from the west, park is on the right shortly after RR underpass: watch for rvs and office is the little building by the flags. This is a relatively new park, a work in progress and it's coming along nicely. Will definitely stay here when in area. - Critter