Basic overnight park. Easy access but away from the highway a bit. Still quite a bit of road noise but there was a strong wind from that direction. Electrics have been redone. A few long term units but lots of space for transients. Store seems to be closed so the office is the owner's kitchen. Nice folks. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $22.00
This is a very basic campground suitable for an overnight stay. The park had plenty of pull through sites with basic hookups and nothing else. The freeway is far enough away that truck noise could be barely heard. At $22 a night it is a good deal. A caution for pet owners - the grass is full of foxtails. We could not pick up Amarillo TV stations with our equipment. The owner says the park will be full the month of May 2015 with construction workers installing wind power towers. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
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There was a grill within walking distance. It was closed Sunday.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $25.00
This park is great for a one night stay over. The sites are level. No frills park for sure. However we did not see but just a few full timers here as well as the owner was quite nice. So I don't know about the previous posts about the owner being rude and full of full timers. At least that was not the case when we stayed. We stayed here in our motor home and would stay again for an overnight stay when back in the area. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a good little overnight park. No frills but well maintained and restrooms and showers were clean. We would use this park anytime we are near Vega and need a place to spend the night. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $25.00
Rate was for 50 amp/nightly and park accepts cash or check only. Easy access from I-40, some highway noise, but not objectionable. Nothing is paved in the park, all gravel and dirt with little grass. CG is on a flat plain so all sites are fairly level. Wi-Fi advertized, but no signal at our site on east side of park. Weak Verizon 3G, strong AT&T. Most of park is occupied by long term but quiet residents. No cable TV, but good satellite access from most sites. We didn't check over the air TV, but should be some OTA available from nearby Amarillo. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $20.00
Just a place to stop for a night. Level gravel/dirt sites with good hookups but that is all folks. One other camper there. Nice owners; we were invited into their kitchen to register and pay. Cash or checks only. Was nice to get out of the chilly wind. Far enough from 1-40 so was quiet. Knew this place wasn't much when we made travel plans so weren't disappointed. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a cash/check only park, no credit cards. The park is adequate for overnight stops, with the utilities well located for most rigs. The road noise from nearby I-40 is nearly constant, but low enough to just serve as white noise when sleeping. The sites are level, and not much more than worn spots in the grass. There are no fire pits or picnic tables. About 6 sites are occupied by construction workers temporarily working in the area. The park has good quality well water. The free Wi-Fi was strong and worked well, and Verizon voice and data signals were also strong. This park was a bit unique, in that it was the first time we have ever registered in the owners' kitchen. They are a delightful couple! We would return here for an overnight stop. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $20.00
Okay just for an overnight sleep. Never saw an owner or employee; we used self-registration located on porch of house. $20 fee reflects amount for our 21' Class C; bigger rigs cost a little more. Wi-fi was good. Lots of permanent residents, but it was hot and nobody was outside when we were there. Shower houses are adequate. Would stay there again as there is nothing anywhere near and I haven't found better deal in Amarillo, either. Sites are level--it is west Texas! We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.
The park is very clean with easy access to the interstate. The park is supplied with well water, and the quality of the water is very good. The owners are incredibly friendly. Vega is a small town so bring your supplies with you. The park is dog friendly except for the owner's cat. I would quite readily stay at this park again. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a fine park for an overnight stay. Very simple, close to I-40 on the west side of Vega. Traveling east, take the first Vega exit. You will see the park on your right. If you are traveling west, go to the exit just past the town for easy access to the park. The pull through sites are plenty long for big rigs. It has clean power and water. I found this park only on this particular web site, although it shows a Woodall's listing. Since the last review was in 2004 I thought an update was needed. (I actually called the park to make sure it was still open before planning my stop.) We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.
Walnut RV Park is a functional -- if spartan -- park. We stopped here on our way cross-country as Vega was located at our daily mileage target. It's certainly not a destination park, but with full hook-ups it's a good value for the money if you just need a place to layover for a night. The shower facilities are old but work fine, though my wife chose to shower in our small trailer. The park is neat is and well kept. The owner lives on the property and is quite friendly. There is no dog park but there are plenty of empty areas around where our pup could walk on a leash. Freeway noise was not noticeable under the canvas of our hybrid travel trailer. I would stay there again. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: December, 2004 - $24.00
We stayed overnight on a spacious pull-through site on a very, very cold and windy night ...we were the only rig in the park! It is located off I-40 business on the west side of town w/easy access. Owner lived on site, and was quite friendly. There are no trees. There was some grass between sites. Excellent overnight stop just far enough from the interstate to be away from most of the noise. We camped at Walnut RV Park in a Motorhome.