In town right off the interstate. Not in a very nice/safe looking neighborhood. Some pull thru sites but they are very short. Check in was not ideal. When you enter, there is a very run down house that looks like it should be condemned. The office is a little further in. When we arrived it was closed and it said to check in at a certain site number or to call a phone number. The site numbers were not visible so it was impossible to locate the site they referred to. By the looks of the mostly permanent trailers, I would not want to risk knocking on the wrong door. I called the number and the lady came right over.
We checked into a site right in front of the office. When we plugged our EMS/ surge protector it read high voltage! Needless to say we could not stay. They were very nice about refunding our money.
Most of the sites were occupied with what appeared to be permanent residents or maybe rentals working in the oilfields.
Unless you are really desperate I would recommend passing Sweetwater on by. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Motorhome.
Sites are scattered over the campgound, but dispersed so you are not close. First electric we tried had open ground, but the one on the other side of the pole was good. Managed by the city and had a very friendly host on site. Great little park for an over night or a few days. We will come back. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Motorhome.
The manager at Sweetwater RV is an amazing, pleasant credit to this very poorly maintained park. Lots of low hanging trees make it very marginal for class A RV's. There are also loads of active fire ant mounds. Fifty amp service is correctly wired at our site, but none of the open spaces in the campground have covers over the sewer lines. This is an overnight stay. Would probably look for alternatives if possible. Tolerable for one night...yes. Preferred...not. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Motorhome.
Small older park. Could use some attention. Owners are friendly and it worked for an overnight stop. Many long term resident sites, but they are reasonably well maintained. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $25.00
This Park is listed in these reviews as "big rig friendly". We called to make a reservation and the host stated, when I gave her the length of our rig (40' plus tow), that they did not have any sites that would accommodate that length. Driving by the campground on I-20 and observing the Park from the highway, I would question whether any RV longer than roughly 32' would fit. We didn't stop here (thus the nightly rate is an estimate) but I would suggest calling beforehand to ensure they have spaces available and adequate length for your unit. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $20.00
This park is simple, great for a one night stay. The woman that runs this park is so sweet the bees leave their honey. The steak house behind the park is a do not miss, amazing steaks! Kmart and Walmart are close to stock up for the onward trek. Wi-Fi is free and fast. If you walk around outside be prepared for the evil Texas ants. Several permanent residents but everyone has been very kind. This is not a park for the country club set. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $20.00
We stayed two nights at this small RV park. We were in a pull-through site that accommodated our 36' rig with 4 slides. Owners/managers were very nice and helpful and lived in a mobile home on site. Their office hours were 3pm to 7pm, but they have an answering machine you can leave a message. Our call was returned promptly. Our only complaint was the man next to us, who appeared to be a resident, talked on his cell outside and was yelling at the person whom he was talking to. This happened both days early in the evening. Otherwise, it was quiet a night and we weren't disturbed. We would stay in this park again, but only for 1 or 2 nights. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2010 - $20.00
This is a tight, little, older park with mostly permanent residents. The owners are friendly and helpful. Big rig capable depends on how big. Our motorhome plus toad on a dolly is 60 feet and we took up the whole slot with almost none left over. Trees, when they get leaves, will be attractive but very close to the sites so watch closely when pulling in. It was okay for a one nighter and the only other park I saw in Sweetwater looked like a parking lot, so you don't have many choices. A billboard said a new one is opening next year. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $20.00
We stopped here overnight. I found it on the Internet and knew which exit, but had to call to get directions because there were no signs. It is convenient to the interstate. It is a small park with mostly regulars. We had a pull-through and we had a 35 foot motorhome with a tow dolly, but it would probably be hard for a bigger rig to maneuver. The sites were close together. The roads and sites are dirt. Cable was available but there weren't many channels available. The staff was friendly and this spot is OK for passing through but I don't think it would be a good long term spot. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $20.00
It is a small park, and relatively quiet. It is tight getting around and has narrow spaces. Mostly permanents who were friendly. The washing machine (the one that was working) needed a serious cleaning. Residents need to be advised not to wash their rugs in them, as we saw one doing. The shower was good sized with plenty of hot water with good shower head. The owners were friendly. It is decent value for the money. We camped at Sweetwater RV Park in a Travel Trailer.