The nightly rate reflects Good Sam discount. It is not a bad place to overnight. The season must have ended, because there were very few people there. Mostly "liveaboards". The grounds were clean and the staff was friendly and courteous. All utilities worked well, although the line voltage seemed a little high. I didn't try the WiFi, but Verizon 4G worked very well in the area. My only complaint is that the park was a little difficult to find. First of all, the GPS coordinates listed on the park web site are inaccurate. Secondly, if you are approaching from the south-east as we were, the last sign advertising the park is nearly five miles before the exit. Assuming you don't pass it by. Once you take the exit, the only signs guiding you to the park entrance are tiny little things the size of yard sale signs. Even the staff admits that folks get lost routinely. All in all, Coyote Ranch is a nice place to stay. We'll return next time we're in the area. Now that we've found the place, that is. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
While the concrete pads are very long, they are also very narrow! You step out into the grass! If wet like when I was here, you get mud and wet shoes! Cable TV but only get around 20 channels and no local channels! Very poor Wi-Fi and we were right under a repeater. Most of the people around us appeared to be construction workers and weren't around during the day, so it wasn't being overused. Stayed 2 nights at the $41 rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a big wide open campground. It definitely could use a few trees to help with the sun. Aside from that, we really liked the park. We used our own wifi and Verizon was good here. We liked the openness of the park & they put the rigs apart from one another since it wasn't too full, which was nice. The 2 pools were nice & the sites were concrete & level. Grass between the sites was cared for & the place was very neat. Our dog gave it a 5 star rating, as he loved the fishing pond for swimming, which was a ways from the RV park. The staff was very helpful & friendly. Loved the ponies at the entrance. Some train noise but not overnight. We'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have stated, this park has many amenities. However, we differ a bit on some of them. This is a family friendly park, but all we wanted was a nice place to spend the night on our way home. The wi fi was just about the worst we've ever encountered, despite the fact that the park does have routers all around. We couldn't even get into our e mail; it was not because too many were on line. The park was less than 1/4 full. The trees that have been planted are in the back in areas. There didn't seem to be any in the pull through section. Wichita Falls is one of the hottest places in Texas. I would not stay here again in the summer. Restrooms and showers were outstanding. Be very careful when leaving if you are heading to 287 South; you come out on a one way road; either we missed a turn around or there was no sign. We had to cross a very bad gravel railroad crossing right in front of the park to get to our highway. As always in RV parks, there is a train crossing nearby. Since everything is paved, it was a great place to ride bikes; many families there having lots of fun. Two nice swimming pools. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It's a new park, exceptionally clean and well kept. All the facilities are clean and well maintained. Because it's new, it literally has no shade trees but they are being planted. The staff is friendly, cooperative and helpful in every way. Easy on and off US 277, out of town with no noise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great park with level concrete sites and wonderful facilities. They have just about everything, a dog park, playground, two pools, strong Wi-Fi, and full hook-ups. They have daily on-site trash pick-up and evidently on weekends there are some social events. Verizon 3G connection was fast. It is convenient to the highway, but be careful to follow their signage, not the current published GPS coordinates. The staff was particularly friendly and helpful. This would be a great place for a rally or family reunion.. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very cool campground. Great facilities with an authentic western flavor. Exceptional restrooms/shower and laundry. Inviting pools. Nice long pull through sites of various lengths as well as some back ins. Concrete, level sites, many with concrete patios, picnic tables, and fire rings. Quiet location removed from highway. Excellent utilities. Did not try cable or wi-fi as we used our own satellite and hot spot. Friendly staff. Rate reflects Good Sam. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Toll free number in the Woodall's book is incorrect. Directions are wrong. After we finally found it, the entrance is pretty and welcoming. Office staff is friendly and polite. When you drive to the actual RV sites, it is a disappointment. Concrete pads are VERY narrow and you step off your steps into mud if it has just rained, or weeds if it is dry. There is no need for the pads to be so small as the site width would allow for more concrete. The concrete pad with picnic table is toward the back of the site. No trees. It is nice enough for an overnight stop, but does not interest us for any longer. We will stay here again only if we have to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
With other RV Parks located inside the Wichita Falls area, this park is a drive from restaurants and shopping. That being said, it is a beautiful facility and used for events like weddings, reunions, etc. We stayed here two nights (minimum allowed) but were disappointed with the Wi-Fi connection and horrible cable selections. Phoning in advance, we were told that we could get local stations (ABC, NBC, and CBS) since we wanted to watch the basketball "Final Four" playoff. When we arrived, we realized that their cable line up did not have the local channels and their other channels also did not include ESPN, or PBS. Amazingly they had GOOD TV, ESPNU (??), CBS College Sports (?), ABC Family, and Cartoon Network. Being in the Plains of North Texas, there ALWAYS seems to be wind over 15 mph, so putting up an antennae during a storm would destroy your antennae. We were in a severe storm alert and couldn't access a local TV station to be aware of the problem! That being said, while discussing the cable problem, the owner happened to walk in the office. She kindly allowed us to use the key to their lodge (used for entertaining) where they had full cable with local channels! We watched the game at the lodge and were made aware of the coming storm. If you stay here, just be aware that you shouldn't depend on good Wi-Fi or regular cable benefits. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place for an overnight stay. As stated in previous reviews, sites are narrow, and not very level. When we checked in, we asked for a level site, and they told us to take the golf cart and pick our site, as the park was mostly empty. We found one that was not too bad in the back of the park. (119). Pool was cool and refreshing, park is immaculate, but HOT, and no shade. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is brand new, all paved and big rig friendly. Facilities are all beautiful. Our site was a 80 ft. pull-thru with full hook-ups. One negative is that the concrete pads are very narrow and our site was unlevel so we were leaning severely. We would expect concrete to be more level. There is no security gate which is another reason we would not give it a 10. However, we will stay here again and recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Brand new park with long concrete pull-throughs, be careful as the pad we were on was a little raised above the soon-to-be grassed side lot and narrow enough to run off. Plenty of spacing, no trees or landscaping though. Lots of amenities, chapel for weddings, pool, camp store, etc. They had an open house while we were there. The amenities make up for the sea of concrete pads in an open field. It is several miles south of Wichita Falls. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice empty and quiet park, loops have about 6 sites and just about everyone here had their own loop. Sites are long, hard packed gravel with trees, covered picnic tables and fire rings. There are all kinds of birds around the site and some prairie dogs near the picnic area around the boat launch. Over the air TV was good, and the data card worked well with antenna and amp. They have trails to walk and deer to see. Rate is for water and electric $20 plus $3 per person entrance fee. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wi-Fi ONLY at the fishing bridge. Clean, spacious sites, quiet however we were the only camper in our loop. It appears to have nice hiking trails, good boating and fishing but we did not take advantage of those amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were the only occupied site in the loop. It was a clean campground, with good showers. At the lake area there were picnic shelters a boat launch, play area, restrooms and a prairie dog colony as well as Canada geese. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good power. Cell phone is weak. Camp sites are surrounded by mesquite trees so you the views are limited. Mud dauber wasps where everywhere and quite a nuisance finding ways into the cabin and equipment. Texas requires an annual pass or daily entry fee in addition to camping fees. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The trees offer little to no shade. Keep this in mind if you camp during the summer. We camped here on Memorial weekend and because of the high demand for electricity, a major electrical box had to be replaced in the campground. Our loop had no electricity for two hours while temperatures in the area touched 113. If you camp here during mild weather you will enjoy the larger than normal sites and easy access to the lake. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park; campsites are neat,clean and freshly mowed while we were there. All the sites are convenient with well kept paths leading to the beach area and fishing docks. The restrooms/showers are a bit dated but were kept clean and stocked well during our visit. The staff were very helpful and friendly and the campsites were regularly patrolled by the park personnel. Nice and peaceful. Great lake for playing. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a one nighter. Overall it seemed like a good place to have fun if we had stayed longer. Wife and daughter really didn't like the shower/bathrooms. Park seems very old, and perhaps that's the best they can do with their resources. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great site for kids. 6 campsites on a wagon wheel cul-de-sac. Can ride bikes around circle without getting into the through traffic. We stayed in site #15 & 16. Road to boat ramp was right behind us, but there were trees to block some of the sound and sight of the traffic. All mesquite trees which meant lots of flat tires for the bikes. Take slime with you and a pump. Park was full but not noisy. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Overnight stay to de-winterize RV. Camp sites away from water. Fishing facilities excellent. Multiple boat ramps, fishing dock, etc.. Camping not the best but fishing is great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very typical solid state park. No sewer or rating would be higher. Very large, private sites. Most of the sites are on small loops with lots of mesquite trees which add to the privacy. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great park for boating and fishing. There is not much more than that for recreation. Good large sites with water and 50 amp power. Close to Wichita Falls and all that it offers! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place has a nice layout with 6 site circles. There is 50 amp electric which is real nice, and covered picnic tables. There is not a lot of shade as the main trees are Mesquite which are really large bushes. It is a long way for a significant grocery store or Walmart. There is a large area for boaters to park their boat trailers. They have 2 lighted fishing piers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly and helpful office staff. This is an older park with paved interior roads and gravel sites. Pull-throughs are very long and there is a small concrete patio with a picnic table at each site. There are grassy areas between spaces. There are quite a few trees, but few actually shade parking sites in this area of the park. All utilities worked well during our stay, as did cable TV and Wi-Fi. The park was quiet for the most part; we heard sirens from time to time, but certainly not a constant. We did not check showers or laundry, so can't comment on them. There are many extended-stay guests, but the sites we saw were well cared for. There is a very large dog walk area, with brightly-colored "fire hydrants" all around. We have stayed here before and will always choose this park when we visit Wichita Falls. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff very pleasant and held a site for me for a few hours without the hassle of my giving my address, phone number, and credit card to hold. Parked in a gravel pull-through with full hook-ups. Wi-Fi available and strong. Only downside was the red mud that was seeping through the grass and gravel. Not much to be done about that except pavement or concrete. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 1 month. The Bad: We were informed that we were not allowed access to their restrooms and showers because we were on a monthly rate. We did have internet if you would call it that. It was very slow with a weak signal. When the internet goes out in the afternoon they don't reset their system until the next morning. Don't count on having internet. Our daughter-in-law stayed with us a short time and they charged us an extra fee for a third person for the week she was with us. The good: They have a nice laundry room, pet area and lake. Beautiful lake view and very peaceful. Only 5 or 6 miles from Sheppard AFB. Cheap enough rates $400 a month plus $50 electric deposit to cover anything over the first $50 in electric covered by them. We had full hookups, electric, water, sewer, and cable TV. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park in Wichita Falls offers good utilities including free Wi-Fi and cable television. Interior roads are paved, but with potholes; gravel pads are accompanied by concrete patios. Pull-throughs are reached by driving across grass, but the ground was sufficiently firm not to present any problem. Mature trees provide a lot of shade around most sites. Restrooms, laundry and clubhouse were clean and attractive. A busy terminal for ambulances appears to be nearby so sirens are very, very frequent. The cost is based on the weekly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice underused park. Full hookups. Wi-Fi was free Tengo-Internet. Good cell phone service, as it is in Wichita Falls. Yards are grass with concrete patios, level grass / gravel combo parking. Trees for shade, fishing pond for kids right on the river. Park was under major maintenance during our stay. Check-in manager was friendly. Pull-through sites are an additional $2.50 per night. Our rate included Good Sams discount and the additional $2.50. Stayed one night, would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in May on our way to Idaho and returned on our way back to east Texas. The interior roads are paved, but are very rough and bumpy. The trees as you exit some sites were over grown and need to be trimmed. We were assigned site 45, but our surge protector warned us about an open neutral. We were quickly assigned another site. In the morning, we informed a work camper and left a note on the site 45 pedestal. We were not able to sign into Tengo Internet and use the supplied coupon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here at least 4 different times over the past 1 year. We stay here while visiting our Daughter and Granddaughter. Was told by a local this is unsafe area. We have stayed a total of 20 nights here, sometimes only rig sometimes 10 rigs here. Feel very comfortable here. All sizes of spaces and several pull through. I think used a lot by those just traveling through for the night. At $17 it's a great place to stay. 3 day max. If your good people not routy, probably could seek out a couple extra days no problem. We will be back . We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice clean park. Sites are gravel and concrete patio. Streets are paved. There is a nice little pond area for fishing. Staff were nice and friendly. Some sites had trees. Park was about a 5 minute drive to shopping centers. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No hassle, clean park, managed by friendly people. We stayed one night on our trip out west and one night on the road back home. We believe Loop 11 is an easier route to and from the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a wonderful campground. The grounds are very attractive, landscaped, and grassy, but still somewhat rustic looking. It is well maintained, and easy access, and the office personnel were very friendly and helpful. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hard to find coming from the south, and we missed our turn so we came back from the north and it was much easier. It's a really nice RV park with plenty of maneuvering room. Utilities were fine but the 110v GFCI outlet was broken. Very nice management. The restrooms badly needed attention. We'd stay here again, no big problems. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After hours check-in. 38' RV. They did leave our welcome information on the door. Easy back-in, level site, great cable TV lineup, high water pressure with full-hookups. Welcome document lists free Wi-Fi, but provides no password or user name, the Wi-Fi signal is from Tengo and asked for a credit card for payment. Quiet park even though it was very full. Very little road noise. Right next to Lucy Park. A great value, we would use it again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good Sam rate for one night. Clean park with large sites. Each site is very long with asphalt pads and cement patios. The park is older and since they've had no rain it is very dusty at the moment. Probably looks much better during normal weather. Good hook-ups and power. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park and would go there again. It's right on the Wichita river. Lots of permanent trailers for weekenders were there. Easy pull through. Friendly attendant. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is all you need for an overnight. Fairly level pull through sites, speedy WiFi, good power, reasonable price, etc. It was definitely adequate. They had a dog run area with tons of "planted" fire hydrants in different colors. Cute. There is a river at the back of the property, but it's muddy-colored and not a great feature. It was pretty miserable at 100 degrees and strong winds, but we'd return if we were traveling through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained older park. Quiet, no trains or highway noise. Many long-term/permanent sites, but in a separate section. Paved streets, gravel parking pads. Some sites have a concrete patio, but no chairs or tables. Pull-throughs are long, wide and level. Very big rig friendly. We will use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Nothing fancy, but clean and quiet. Long wide pull-thrus, pretty level. Easy in-and-out. Cute dog area with fire hydrants scattered around. Bathrooms/showers and laundry clean. Convenient to attractions. Cable was OK, wi-fi was a bit weak. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good Sam rate. Only two restroom/showers and they had combination locks which didn't work. Inside chain on doors left much to be desired for security. The pool needed some upkeep and appeared unused. Ok park for a couple of nights. Not very far from the main highway but far enough to avoid the noise. Would stay here for an overnight in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was an overnight stop for us. Office staff was very friendly and let us pick the site we wanted. Pull-throughs are very long and easy in and out. Our site was level and we had a nice grassy spot. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Only stopped over for the night, but pleasantly surprised. Most, if not all sites were super long pull thrus. Perfectly level which was very convenient after a long day. Easy in and out. Quiet, clean, safe and especially pet friendly with a huge dog walk complete with a variety of colorful hydrants! Full hook-ups were available at most sites including sewer. Great park at a great value. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Camped here 3 nights during the Hotter 'n Hell bike ride. Older park, but clean and well kept. Pad sites are gravel, but fairly level. Nice pet area, but not fenced in. All services worked as they are supposed to. Owners were a little stiff in that, they wouldn't assign adjoining camp sites together with friends when requested, both on the phone weeks before the camp dates, and again when checking in, even though many sites were still empty. Also made a big deal about not allowing an outside carpet (8'x10') in front of door. Nothing larger than a welcome mat size was allowed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our second time to stay here for an overnight stay. Very nice and clean park, with LONG pull-through's, great cable TV, WiFi, and lady at front desk was very accommodating. There is a creek that runs along side of the campground as well. Appears to have some full timers living here, however, they are in a completely different section of the park and are hardly noticeable. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an overnight stop on the way from Florida to Colorado. The campground was clean, neat, and on the night I was there, fairly empty. The staff was friend and helpful. My site was a long pull through which allowed keeping the toad hitched. The site was grass and dirt with a concrete patio. There were several trees which provided some shade. It was a nice enough day to sit outside and read for a while in the late afternoon, very pleasant. The Wi-Fi worked well and there was cable TV, although the picture quality wasn't very clear. To be fair, I didn't mention anything to the staff as it was good enough for one evening. If I was staying longer, I would have provided input. I would definitely stay at this park again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Park has been a pleasure to stay at. We have, on this whole trip, missed the Winter Texan season and have had very good luck picking RV Parks. The staff here is exceptional and will go way out of their way to help in any way possible. On one day the Park's Internet provider service crashed and the staff were very apologetic about any inconvenience, and they worked continuously until service was restored. Wi-Fi is superb here. This was previously a Mobile Home Park. All the old residents are gone now and the park is mature, wide open, with many good wide and deep sites. This parks is centrally located for exploring the surrounding area. Well place and well run. Will stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great little park. It is not the newest, but the facilities are all neat and clean. The interior roads are paved and there is a concrete pad next to your coach. The Wi-Fi worked great, as did the cable. It is in a quiet setting and the staff were very friendly. We would definitely stay at this park again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park needs some work. I looks like it used to be quite nice, but may be suffering in the present economy. The restrooms and laundry room were very nice. My RV site was a very long pull-through with plenty of room between RV's. I enjoyed the cable TV and Wi-Fi. I gave it a lower rating simply because the overall appearance was one of decline. I might stay here again, but there is another park down the road that looks better at the same or less cost. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a overnight stop. The park itself is immaculate and the office staff/owner extremely friendly. The park delivers on all it advertises however we couldn't ignore road noise which was constant and quite loud all day and night. We opted for this park over others in town hoping to get away from freeway traffic noise but it didn't work out. Nightly rate of $24.75 above reflects our Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very pleasant park in a fairly quiet location away from major highways but in the middle of the city. We were there on a Saturday night, however, and we heard lots of sirens during the night. There are a lot of large trees that provide shade to most of the sites and there are a lot of grassy common areas. Sites are long and plenty wide. Office and recreation room are very neat and tidy and check-in person was very friendly. The pool looked clean. The overall appearance is that of a city park. We would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent campground. Easy access, easy check in, all utilities worked , staff is ultra friendly, hardly any road or other noise despite being in the city. The restrooms were unbelievable- looked like a regular house restroom. You get a code, go in and each toilet and shower and sink is a separate room and clean, and no institutional TP !!! I'veBeen to a lot of parks lately, and this one is definitely the best I have seen in a long time. My only complaint - if it can be called one- is that there are too many security lights!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Came to Wichita Falls for the Hotter'N Hell Hundred Race and stayed here for 2 nights. The office staff were very friendly and fast at getting me checked in. The park is 1.5 miles to the west of the event area so it was easy to enjoy the activities yet a quite getaway for a good nights rest. It is a clean park with a lots of trees and fairly nice common areas. I'm looking at staying here again next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price includes 50amp service, tax, and "Good Sam" discount rate. Very nice long, pull-through sites. Close to the road but no road noise. Easy on-off from the Interstate. Great place to spend the night. Plenty of room between spaces. Can handle any size RV. Campground host was very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice pool and friendly staff. The pet area just has to been seen to be appreciated! Sites are very level and pull-thrus quite long. Utilities (electricity) worked well. Great park for an over nighter! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very well maintained park, good-size paved and shady sites. Great laundry with 8 washers and dryers. Free cable TV. Very friendly staff. Only stayed 1 night but would have stayed longer and explored the town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely gorgeous RV park with lush green grass and beautiful trees. Level, very-long pull thru sites, good water pressure, good electricity, good cable. A very unique and useful dog run. We would stay here again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is a fair distance between RVs. The pull through sites are nice and long. The dog walking area is one of the most creative we have ever seen. The staff was very friendly. We asked for a pull through and there weren't any available when we made our reservation. They called us the morning of arrival saying they had one for us. You can here the trains at night, but it wasn't too frequent. The pool was nice and clean. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here a couple of years ago and found that the park is much improved. It is cleaner, more well manicured, and looks much better. The office staff get a 10 on helpfulness, friendliness, and professionalism. The pull-throughs are long and wide. There is plenty of room between spaces so as not to feel like sardines. The cable TV is excellent and they are working on getting Wi-Fi. Good shopping and restaurants. Try the Market Street for grocery shopping and deli. Would definitely stay here again. For the pet lovers there is a mobile veterinarian that will come to your site and treat your animals on site. Very reasonable and thorough. Our main reason for coming was the Vet as we have used them before. The down side would be traffic noise on Seymour Highway and sirens from the nearby Ambulance depot at night. Not a deterrent to us, however. Highly recommend staying here and will do so again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent one night here and would stay here again for short stays, but with no wi-fi would likely not stay for any length of time. The staff was very helpful, including providing clear directions for when we arrive and when we leave. The field of fire hydrants for the dogs was cute (we've found that dog-lovers seem to create the friendliest environments in their parks). I really liked how they "phrased" their rules for the park...instead of the typical list of "do not...or get evicted" it was phrased as "your neighbor would appreciate" kinds of statements. Much more welcoming than most lists. The pull-thru was quite long, but narrow. Good satellite reception, but also excellent cable provided. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park and very nice staff. We stayed here overnight on our way to Kansas. Easy in and out for our truck and 5th wheel (about 65'). Cable TV was good. Would stay here anytime. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Have you ever gotten peeved off when a park advertises pet area and it turns out to be a microscopic 10'x10' area fenced in with rocks or mud ground? This RV park has the largest dog area in the USA. All beautiful grass with real (not fake) fire hydrants scattered all over the place. Its about a half acre for the dogs. The park is nice and well kept. Looks like 2 of the foot bridges washed out due to the Hurricane IKE. The river was down on our visit and calm. Not a pretty river but moving water is always nice. Roads are paved but a few pot holes. Many shaded sites and well spread out. Yes we would go there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I couldn't believe how rude the manager of the campground was. Some of the other campers were very friendly, but the manager was so rude that I only stayed one night and will never return. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a really lovely park, the most "park like" I've been in with lots of grass and trees. Spacious sites, I have #16 with afternoon shade; 15 next to me has a decorative concrete garden table and benches. There's a good-size dog area with "hydrants" but lots of other walking area as well, along a small lake and the river. I also had a bit of trouble finding the park, the highway running through town is marked with several route numbers which can be confusing for someone new to the area. What I did, and my suggestion is, to go to the Texas Tourist Info place at the NW end of the highway as you go through town. They will give you a city map and mark the route to the campground for you. From there I easily got back on the highway, off at exit 1A, right at the light and down the road a couple of miles. this is one of the nicest parks I've stayed at and I highly recommend it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, clean, quiet. Probably nicer in summer when greenery fills in. Set back off the highway far enough to abate the noise. Good cable, No WiFi. Helpful Manager spent much time directing me to an honest tire and alignment shop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I read the previous reviews. The person that could not find the campground had to have a problem. It is on US 277 or 5th Street. I had no problem finding it. There are even signs pointing to CAMPGROUND. Chris and Stu work the desk. Chris is a nice lady, very easy to get along with. Stu is what I would call an old farmer. He has the old worn face and the attitude that a lot of people might not like. If you had to answer some of the dumb questions he is asked, he would hand you your SIGN.. The restrooms are the cleanest I have ever seen in any campground. The campsites are a bit unorthodox. We got there late, after 6pm with no reservation and they put us in a site and said come see us in the morning. They have sites for persons that stay a week or more and sites for those that were in and out. They also will accept mail for those that stay a week or more. We are Fulltime and that is a good bonus for us. We have a large dog and you should see their dog area. It is unique and pretty large. I wish they had a fence around the dog area and a trash can to dispose of the droppings so you did not have to walk to the dumpster. If we get back to Wichita Falls we will stay a week with Chris and Stu. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If this is your last resort let me recommend one of the fine parks in Amarillo, or maybe Oklahoma City. First of all my wife called for directions, (uh, I'm not from here), after rambling around the bowles of WF, we finally found the place, the Manager, (picture Walter Matthaeu in Grumpy Old Men), let us know we were imposing on his time, real quick, then assigned me a site that was so tight I couldn't make the turn with my toad. While we were in the Office of the Wichita Chapter of the David Allen Coe fan club circled the rig, after that Mayberry moment and not making the landing after two approaches I gave up. Fortunately I got a refund. Ending up staying in the city park, half the price, great river view, like a park. There is a suspension bridge in to Lucy Park, also a city park. If the Holler in Taladega is your cup of tea you'll be happy here, other wise "DRIVE ON BY" We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very nice. I loved everything about my stay with the exception of no Wi-Fi. That really bummed me out... Nice pool, clean facilities, speed bumps, place to walk the dog and play. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was easy to get in and out with any size rig. The management were some of the rudest people we ever met. They do not like children to play in pool always getting on to them. We did not even have children there. Just watching. It started raining a lot while we were there. The management left and the park flooded. They did not warn anyone. Everyone was abandoned by management. That was a horrible day for all of us left there. Heard management was allowed to come back to work! We would never go back as long as they (current management) are there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We used this campground as a stopover. It was clean and the staff was very helpful and directed us to family friendly local attractions and a great restaurant. They have the cutest pet area with colorful fire hydrants. We camped here with small children. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in the park for one month while working temporarily in Wichita Falls in September 2006. There is an ambulance depot just down the street. Sirens all hours of the night. We had our fifth wheel broken into, damaged and several items taken. The management was very unconcerned and said it had never happened in eleven years. The camp is on the river in a seedy part of town. The thieves came up from the river and departed the same way. A police report was filed. I would not recommend the site to anyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I had a brand new RV and this was the first RV Park I ever stayed at. I was to be there for 3 months while working in the area. I had been there two weeks when my RV was burglarized. A police report is on file. It was damaged and items stolen while I was not there. I also had a strange knock at the door one night with a male voice looking for someone. The park is located in an area of town near Lucy Park, a fairly high crime rate area . There is an ambulance depot a few blocks west of there and I was awakened many times during the night with sirens blaring. The management at the park was very uncaring and unconcerned for my losses. They did move me to an area by the office, but I never felt safe there after that. I was told that they had never had a burglary there in 11 years. I do not have a grudge against this park, but I would recommend that you be careful if staying there. I will never stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice pool that closed at 8:00pm. Way too early in the summer. Restrooms were immaculate single use rooms. You had the whole restroom to yourself. Included rest facility and shower. Nice flat sites that were easy to get into. We were only there for the night. We did not get an opportunity to use any other amenities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Nothing for kids to do. No playground. Plenty of bright colored fire hydrant if your a dog owner. guess dog are more important than kids. Won't return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy to navigate and easy to find. Just be sure to use the US 277 business exit when coming from the south. Sites were level, staff was friendly. There are many permanents, but they occupy the far side of the park and the rigs were well maintained and so were the grounds around them. This is a good park to use when in this area. For those with friends or family in the military (Sheppard AFB) this would serve you well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been staying here for years. It's our stop over park for when we go to the Dallas area. The staff are outstanding. The sites are big & level. A little road noise because of a hospital down the street but not bad. There are eating places down the street. I would of rated them higher but, no WiFi. We always enjoy our stop over here & we will be back soon. (baseball season is coming up) We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park, but lots of room. Big Rig friendly with trees not a problem. Be sure to take 207 Business to get to park, not 207! Big Rigs Book messed that one up. Sites are unkempt gravel and uneven grass, but OK. Had to move once because 50 amp service wouldn't work in my first site. Ok overnight stop. Apparently this town is in the middle of "Tornado Alley", so take heed in Spring. We stayed in Oct. '04 with 42' motor home and towed car. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good rate for this overnight park run by the city. Sites are level and easy to hit. Easy on and off of freeway. Only drawbacks for some might be there is no bath or restrooms and you will hear freeway traffic if you don't shut your windows and have the air on. I would use it again anytime when visiting Wichita Falls or on my way through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A unique RV park in the bend of the Wichita River off I-44 exit 1C, just past the Travelers Info Center. There are no waterfront sites and no view of the river although it is close. The road layout is weird and narrow. Sites are narrow but level and power and water can be a stretch. Some back-ins and some pull-throughs. Stays are limited to 3 nights max and that's enough. The I-44 is your yard and noisy. Wichita Wind blows almost constantly and 'tis the season for pollen and dust everywhere. Lucy City Park is across the river via a suspension walking bridge with miles of trails and play equipment, huge park. There are no restrooms, showers, facilities in the RV park. What you bring is what you get. Goats Head weeds everywhere, no grass, will be nasty when the blossoms go away and the goats head pods take over. This park is okay for an overnight if you can't find anyplace else to stay. Access is easy off and back on again to I-44. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was clean and neat. The large park nearby was a great place to walk or run. Dinner at the Holiday Inn within walking distance was excellent. Sites were paved and level. RVs must contain toilet and bathing facilities. There are no rest rooms or showers in the park. Access was tight with a 36' rig with car in tow. Some service pedestals are not placed well and may require long cords and adjustment of the location of the RV. Use care walking a dog in order to avoid areas with goat-heads (big stickers). There is a lot of noise from the highway, but it did not disturb our sleep. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice little surprise, wasn't sure what we would find based on the previous reviews. Park is very clean with nice landscaping and large level paved sites. Some 50 amp sites available, but we went to the far end and took a 30 amp site. We had a nice large grass island on our curb side with a concrete patio and picnic table. If in a larger rig then you might want to stop near the entrance and walk through first. Turning around is not easy in a large rig. As mentioned there is a lot of traffic, but better than trains all night. Verizon broadband had a strong signal but was on the slow side, TV via bat wing was very good. Not too much in the city, but the Lazy Dog Saloon is on Scott Ave and can be reached by cutting through the neighborhood on 8th St then Lincoln and right on Scott. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I rate it a 7 because its lack of some amenities, but what is here is well kept and clean. This park is for self contained RV's only. It is paved and has some grass and shade. We have power and water and there is a dump station on the way out. There is a nice bridge crossing the river to Lucy Park. The highway traffic did not bother us. We stayed here 3 days, the maximum length of time. The check out time is 2:00 PM which is later than most parks. We would come here again if traveling through this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent overnight park especially for $10. The park is clean and well kept. A number of other RVers pulled in shortly after our arrival so it was well populated. Just across a suspension footbridge is a large, beautiful park - Lucy Park. It has wonderful paved walking paths with numerous benches and "porch" swings to sit and enjoy the scenery. Would definitely stay here again if passing through. Did encounter a couple of beggars - one claiming to be a Katrina victim. Left shortly after our arrival so they did not pose a problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paved sites and city operated. Located right on the river with a foot bridge to Lucy Park (large park with pool , activity bldg. and miles of walking paths). No bath house or office but it does have a dump station. You sign yourself in and drop the check in the slot. Just about a perfect overnight (limit is 3 nights) while on the road. Appears clean, neat and safe - Texas Tourism Bureau is right next door. Congratulation Wichita Falls on a great little RV park! Too bad there aren't more decent overnights for $10. We camped here in a Motorhome.