5 Parks near Van Horn, Texas
Nov 2015 - $14.00
Great overnight spot. Full hookups, including fast wi-fi. Cable reception was not great. Sites are level, and long enough to stay hooked up. Sites and roads are gravel, no vegetation. Beware for pet owners that there are unleashed dogs in the park. Not aggressive, but for folks with 'reactive' dogs, it can still be a problem. - Katy29
Nov 2015 - $13.00
We almost felt guilty taking the passport rate of 12.50. The owner was very accommodating and waited for us to arrive after 7pm and gave us a nice level pull thru with plenty of room for our 45 ft and tow vehicle. As noted previously it is a bit noisy with the train and the freeway...but you can not beat the value. - Drakelos
Nov 2015 - $14.00
$13.50 per night is a 50% discount with Escapees discount.
To avoid staying in El Paso, we stopped in Van Horn overnight. Van Horn was on the mail route between San Antonio and El Paso. Unfortunately there is very little still in operation in this town. Our day rate of $13.50 is half off with Escapees membership. This RV park is small with only 25 sites set up on a red clay ground with wide long sites and full hookups including cable TV. There appears to be 2 full time residents and one or two rigs that pull in just for the night. The staff in the office are very nice. Only difficulty are the trains running close by all night. Needed to keep windows closed and fan on for white noise as well as a Benedryl to sleep. This is a good spot to stop over night out in the middle of West Texas. - JanneC
Oct 2015 - $38.00
WiFi had a weak single and did not reach into park.
We were offered a ride to town to for a restaurant so we didn't have to unhook car.
There was no water in the morning, they had a water pipe break during the night. Was fixed by 8:30 AM as we were leaving. - mikt
Jul 2015 - $32.00
If you need a quick and easy overnight stay while travelling, this is a clean and friendly park. The owners are pleasant, and conscientious about their park's upkeep. Leave your rig hooked up, and they'll drive you to and from a local restaurant for dinner.
The park is very easily accessible from the Interstate. The spaces are gravel, level, pull through. Big enough for the biggest rigs. Each space has a tree, however, some are still young and there isn't an abundance of shade, yet. The grounds are very well maintained, and cared for. There no extra frills such as picnic tables, but plenty of room to put you own folding furniture. All utilities are in good operating condition.
This park will remain our overnight sleepover choice when traveling in that direction. - RVQueen2013
Jul 2015 - $27.00
This was a nice place to stay for 1 night on the road. Fairly level and easy to get into. Easy to find, right off the road. However there was quite a bit of road noise all night. Owners and staff were friendly and helpful. Full hook ups with cable TV & WiFi. - weezy5
Oct 2015 - $11.00
This is definitely an older rv park but don't let that stop you from staying here. The price was great, clean bathroom and the owners are very friendly. Place does need some work but it was a good place to stay. We would definitely return. - tentingit
Jan 2015 - $13.00
This park is nothing fancy and you need to be self-contained here. It offers FHU, cable and a basic level of Wi-Fi. The sites and roads are gravel with some grass here and there. It is right off the Interstate and near a RR track. It is about 1.3 miles from the 259B exit. The sign reflects motel and RV. The campground is behind the motel and so is the office. With the windows closed, about the only thing we heard was an occasional train but it did not interrupt our sleep. Location is close to the Davis Mountain observatory. Once out of town, this is a very dark area making the nights great for star gazing. We will keep this on our 'places to stop'. - Workamper04
Dec 2014 - $14.00
Beautiful surrounding mountain views. Easy access from interstate; exit and campground roads are flat and wide. Easily accommodates bigger rigs, though wouldn't be ideal for something over 60 feet. Park is quiet other than highway and train noise, which we don't mind. It's an older park but the new owners are making many improvements. We had no trouble with hookups (FHU 30 amp with cable tv). If you're looking for fancy new buildings you won't find them, but if you enjoy historic Route 66 era ones this park is lovely. Great value with camping club discount. The owners are very nice and will drive you around town if needed. RV and mechanical repairs offered on-site though we did not use these. - fu11timers
Nov 2015 - $15.00
Small park, great attitude. Easy check in, took you to your site. Bathrooms and showers clean and work well.
Between train tracks and I-10, some noise but not as bad as you would think. Great for an overnight, all amenities worked well.
They offer Bikes for you to use for FREE! They also will take you to a restaurant so you do not have to unhook. Great service! - RDRV
Nov 2015 - $27.00
This park is situated right off the freeway, so you can hear all that noise, as well as train noise, so beware. It is muted with all the windows and vents closed. The sites are close together and gravel with a concrete pad (that was actually next to our truck with the way it was situated). The bathrooms/showers were dated, but very clean. The managers were extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful. The wifi works fantastically. I would come back here for an overnight (in the cooler weather!). - ALbums
Nov 2015 - $15.00
This is not a resort and doesn't pretend to be. It is a perfect place to stop when traveling east/westbound on I-10, in Texas. Large, graveled, pull through sites. Free cable and wi-fi. Wi-fi works very good too! Friendly and helpful staff. Easy access and big rig friendly. All this, and Passport America too. We would definitely stay here again. Great value for the price. - binkey36
Nov 2015 - $35.00
This is a nice campground for an overnight stay. After hours checkin was easy. This being an old KOA most of the hook ups were at the rear of the site. Arrived late and left early so did not use many of the facilities that were available. Would stay again if I needed to. - Outwest63
Oct 2015 - $36.00
This is a former KOA but still the same campground. We have stayed here previously and really like this setup. It is all long pull-throughs and the utilities all work fine. There is an onsite small diner that we used for a nice supper. Would have had breakfast but wanted to get moving in the AM. They are now a Good Sam park. Will definitely stop here on our way back in the spring. - usa rv12344848
Sep 2015 - $34.00
Just an over night stay. Really nice and easy to get to. - TravelingMimi579