Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $28.00
A basic RV park with good access from I-20. Fuel close by. Mostly filled with pipeline workers who are there long term. Residents were quiet and considerate. W/E/S worked well. Interior roads have washed a bit, but sites were solid and level as well as shaded. Highway noise was minimal, but Train noise was noticeable. Honestly, if you don't like train noise, then anywhere along I-20 is probably not for you. Staff was very friendly and helpful. A good solid park that meets your needs. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Not too impressive to look at but if you want 50A hook-ups for a night convenient to the highway it works. Graveled pull-thrus, some very long, ours was level. Graveled roads needed grading. With the plains spring weather rolling through it was nice to know they were keeping on eye on it and a shelter was available. Kinda pricey for what you get but it seems competitive in the area. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $28.00
There are few places to stay in this area, so this place is good for one night. A no frills place for sure, but the site was level and the utilities were okay. No Wi-Fi or cable, and the park is right on the flight path at the end of the runway at the military base, but there were only a half a dozen planes take off while we were there. Train and road noise was a problem if you sit outside, but we did not. Not a fancy place, but we would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $28.00
Our packed gravel pull-thru site was mostly level and more than long enough for our 40 ft motor home and toad. The campground was reasonably clean and well maintained although dumpster was full. Cable TV was fuzzy but there were no trees to block our satellite dish. Good Verizon signal. Although next to the interstate traffic noise was acceptable but the campground is right on the flight path of the local Air Force base runway. Relatively easy on and off the interstate. Good place for an overnight stay. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $28.00
Near Abilene and at the exit for a Flying J (#278.) Nothing fancy - no WiFi or cable, but fine for an overnight stop; we had a very long pullthrough which was great for our combined 65' length (coach and car hauler trailer.) Cash or checks only - no credit cards accepted. Like the previous reviews stated, this is close to I-20 so there will be noise. The interior roads are gravel and in good condition. Apparently the transient sites are separated from the permanent sites (lots of the RV parks in west Texas are filled with oil field and energy workers). We aren't close to the permanents (we're in site A.) We would overnight here again with no hesitation. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $25.00
A no frills park for sure. Great, friendly managers. Site was tolerably level and power was solid and water pressure adjusted out to 50 psi. Nice to have decent pressure. Some noise from I-20 and the sweet music of C130's and Bones (B1's) flying patterns into Dyess AFB just South of the park. It is a fair price for what you get. Some reviewers seem to think $25.00 should get you a resort with valet parking. I loved the sound of freedom flying by, and if you don't want noise of any type don't stay. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $28.00
Very basic RV park. Train and plane noise during the night. Very close to I-20 as well. Perimeter of park is seasonal, full time folks. Restrooms are clean and adequate. Electricity (50 amp) was good. Not worth the price but not much in area. Over the air TV was good, no cable in the park. Pretty level gravel sites. Good for overnight, but not anything else. I did enjoy seeing the B-1 bombers. Park is in the flight path of Dyess AFB. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $25.00
Wow, what a park! No cable (other sites had cable, not ours). Noisy from the air force planes flying over, trains, and interstate traffic. Dusty park with lots of permanent residents. Nasty sounding hand-out (“Do not waste our water in our way…will result in eviction”) along with lots of signs giving rules. Not welcoming you at all. Sewer damaged. Showers are cleaned like a state park, not an RV park. Bugs and dirt along the edges. Other than that, a great park. Too expensive for what you get. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $28.00
Nice campground, nice pull-through site. Noisy at dinner time because of military aircraft landings (final approach over the campground); the train is also passing close and it is situated along the I-20. But for one or two nights, it's okay; though 28$ is a little too expensive! We camped at Tye RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $25.00
Very convenient location right off I-20. Flying J just up the road. Big speed bumps in here, so drive slow. Bathrooms clean and showers good size. Toilets and showers have curtains, no doors. This is no longer a Passport America park, which was too bad because that was why we stopped here. My bad for not calling to confirm. Nice area to walk dog and seemed free of goatheads. Windy today, but not nearly as dusty as towns just west of here. Decent overnighter park. Train noise and interstate noise, but didn't bother us, we live right near both at home. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $25.00
This is a clean, noisy park. It's just under the final approach path for Dyess Air Force Base, and also close to an active railroad. B1-Bs fly directly overhead at low altitude and all hours. Sites have a bit of fine gravel, are fairly level, and have little to no shade. Credit cards are not accepted; cash or check only. Roads are wide, gravel, and have lots of speed bumps and a few potholes. Staff are friendly. I could get 6 cable channels (ESPN, Discovery, Syfy, TNT, USA, and Fox). We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Very convenient, on the access road but back a little so the highway noise was not a problem. However, the jets that fly over are EXTREMELY loud. They look cool when your sitting out in the evening, they fly very close to the ground, it's amazing! But when your trying to sleep, scared the &*()_ outta me! Sounded like they were going to hit our camper. If it wasn't a jet flying over it was a darn train going by. Sites are out of level from front to back as the whole property slopes back, but we dealt with it because we didn't want to unhook for 1 night. They only have FHU with one rate, $25. Very few cable channels and could not get the local channels. The free wifi would not work. Will never stay here again. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good overnight stop. We arrived after they closed and were greeted by a nice man who opened the office and got us checked in. Would stay again if in the area. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $25.00
Rate is nightly rate for FHU 30 amp pull thru site. Dirt/gravel roads and sites typical of this part of Texas. They no longer offer PA discounts, but have adjusted overall rates downward according to office. Yes, as other reviewers have stated, there are low flying fighter aircraft from the nearby Air Force Base, but they are keeping our country safe, plus there were very few landings and takeoffs during our stay. Good overnight stop, though if you are sensitive to noise, it may not be the place for you. We would stay here again. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $18.00
Passport rate, quick check in. Had a nice site. Seems many extended stay people, which is fine. Was quiet, even the early birds leaving for work were no bother. We just needed an over night spot as the wind was to much for the road. I think they have cable TV? No WiFi was the only bad thing I could find. Was good for a short stay. We camped at Tye RV Park in a Travel Trailer.