July 18, 2019 - reviewed by Amanda
This was a good find as we were passing through and only needed to stay for 1 night. It was quiet other than the train. Very nice little park for the kids to play in. Police did a drive through to check on things and bathrooms in the morning. There were other campers, but never heard anyone. We left a donation and went on our way the next day.
January 5, 2019 - reviewed by Deborah S.
What a find! Level gravel lot with full electric at all spots. Separate water access and dump. Bathrooms not very clean, but heated and will work if you don’t have any choice! They have a donation box but guess that’s your choice(we did!). Thanks, city of Dumas, for helping those just passin’ through!!
November 28, 2018 - reviewed by Rocky Mountain Outdoors
Great overnight spot! Level, clean, located between the tracks and a monthly rv park (our directions we a little off but found it just fine), bathrooms heated, clean, open concept/no walls, separate water and dump. Local FM radio station kddd 95.3 is awsome. They limit to 24 hours, at this time of year we were the only ones there. There is a donation box. Thank you city of Dumas.
July 6, 2018 - reviewed by Trippin
Very nice service provided by Dumas TX. On the way home to Tn. from Co. Park is very nice. Much appreciated.
June 29, 2018 - reviewed by Bodhi
Great overnight stop • Free electricity hookups and great green space and park for us and the dog • Beautiful old cottonwoods, picnic tables and well lit at night • Felt extremely safe • Many other campers around, very friendly • Thank you Dumas!
June 28, 2018 - reviewed by Dana
Thank you Dumas. Free Electricity to run the AC. And Trees, Park for the kids. Yes there were trains but the generosity of the citizens of Dumas matched that. Nice place.
May 10, 2018 - reviewed by Steve G
Great place except for the train noise
May 8, 2017 - reviewed by RVING MOM
Be Afraid Of This Place
This was the first time we have stayed at a city park for no charge. We were concerned about the amount of non campers who hung around in their cars. No idea what they were up to. One pick up truck after another speeding thru RV sites. Then a woman with a shopping cart full of clothes preceded to spend 2 hours at the only water source doing her laundry in a bucket. Literally put a blanket in a large bucket climbed inside and began stepping on it like she was making wine from grapes. She eventually left with her shopping cart full of wet clothes. Did not see one police officer drive through this place. Train tracks located 50 feet away. Whistle will wake the dead. Would rather pay for a campsite than be worried about what will show up at the city park. Very scary! Of course the husband will stay anywhere for free because he keeps his 357 Ruger loaded and at the ready.
May 6, 2017 - reviewed by Kathy Breaux
Stayed the night of May 5th, 2017. Thank you Dumas for your generosity. We won't forget! Trains are about the only drawback but a free nite on the road makes up for that. Clean, quiet. Bathrooms older but nice.
March 18, 2017 - reviewed by Eric
Stayed a night on our way home from New Mexico. Great playground for the kids! Filled up our water first and plugged in to our site, all for FREE! Never went in the restrooms. Trains came through a few times in the night. Thanks, Dumas!
January 10, 2017 - reviewed by Scott
Thank You Dumas!
This is a free campground provided by the citizens of Dumas. Very nice one night stop.
July 29, 2016 - reviewed by Laura S
Texhoma Park, Dumas, TX
This park has free electric hookups for RV overnight stays. There is a beautiful park next to the RV parking lot with a covered pavilion and a playground for kids. The restrooms are old but functional...there are only toilets, no showers. For free though!!!
May 5, 2016 - reviewed by TheBreeze
Perfect Overnight Park
Nice clean park, at the base of a railroad bridge. With 50&30 amp electric. Water and sewer dump separate. Best thing about it it's absolutely free... although they do accept donations at a box next to the dump station. Can't comment on the bathroom or showers, as we use ours in our rig.