Pull-throughs. $2.00 per washer & dryer!, nice views, sewer and shower cost extra, clean, safe place because couple of Border Patrol agents stay there. Note: we left going west on scenic old 90 and came to a low clearance train bridge (13'7" and that is the height of our rig) and had to back up at least 1/4 mile up a hill with a curve in the road. Border Patrol came and helped and were sooo nice. They told us how to go around to avoid the low bridge without having to go back to I-10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff at Canyons RV Park in Sanderson, TX was very friendly and helpful. It was quiet and serene. The power was clean and steady. We would look for the opportunity to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice over night stop. The sites were gravel and my site was level and wide enough for slides. Owner lives on the property and self serve check-in is available if the office is closed. I would stay there again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient stop over when traveling West Texas on US 90. Nothing here but a gravel pad and hookups. Rates seem to be a little steep for no more than what is here but there isn't anything else for miles. We have stayed here numerous times due to the convenience factor. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Second time we've stayed here. Yes it has a lot of workers on site, including one Texas State Trooper. There were several open sites when we arrived. Don't really care for the back to back hookups. Owners left for 1st day of deer season, so we used the drop box for check-in. Easy overnight stop on US 90 that's fine for us. Rate at $22 includes $2 for 50amp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is O.K. for overnight only. There are only a few spaces that are not occupied by area workers. The restroom building was padlocked with a sign along with a telephone number stating "call the number for a key". What an inconvenience this is! The park is next to a busy railroad track. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overnight stay only. Big gravel parking lot, but all sites were level. Adequate spacing to put slides out and still have a little room between rigs. We didn't ever see any staff. It was self registration in the late afternoon when we arrived. Train tracks on the south side of the park did have a couple of trains run during the night, and blew their whistle at a crossing just down the road. Not many choices though in this part of the country. We would stay again, but only for overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.