This RV park is obviously popular, as there were few vacant spots during our stay. However, there are not that many RV parks in the Petroplex, so competition is limited. Fruitless mulberry trees are plentiful in the park, so shade should be good during the summer months. There is a pool, laundry facilities, and clean restroooms/showers, and propane is available in the park. The office also serves as a convenience store that carries basic supplies.
|Back of office. Laundry is to the right. Pool is to the left, out of picture.|
|Cabins such as these as well as tent sites are available in the park.|
|Our neighbors were a little too close. Note their sewer hose near the tree, just beyond our back steps.|
|Narrow roadways and tight sites. Notice the rear of the minivan is sticking slightly into the roadway.|
|The park was nearly full during our stay. Lots of folks from the oil boom are living here.|
A train track runs about 300 or 400 yards north of the park, and probably a dozen or so trains pass by throughout the day. Because the track crosses roads in the area, you can clearly hear the warning whistles at all hours of the day.
Were I to return to the area, I would look for another park. However, this is a reliable park, and I would stay again if I could not find anything better.