December 20, 2021 - reviewed by Moe
Can’t Tell Much Except They Refunded Me
Ok, we didn’t stay there, but we almost did. I booked one night over the phone, but really meant to book at Palo Duro Rim RV. I called them on the day of arrival and asked if I could cancel be refunded. The lady said she would ask her manager and call me back the next day. And she did, and I got a refund. Thank you!
April 2, 2021 - reviewed by Maureen
Agree with it being adequate for an overnighter. 90% permanent residents. Easy pull-through. Close to the park which is a must-see!
August 28, 2020 - reviewed by Craig
We reviewed the photos and thought what a nice place to stay,? Those photos are not of this park, no green grass, no hills. This place looks more like a cheap trailer park.
It is convenient or getting to the Pali Duro Canyon state park. This is the only reason we picked this park.
Good water pressure and easy access on pull thru.
July 30, 2020 - reviewed by Pam
Great customer service!
We will return!
March 24, 2020 - reviewed by Colorado Residents
It’s a large location, roads & slots are gravel/ recycled asphalt, so it could be messy in wet weather. All permanent residents are on the north end of the park, the south end is for temporary stays. All were pull throughs. We didn’t use the facilities. Did late evening check in - easy enough. Good Sam & AARP discount. If the park were full, it would be very tight together spots.
October 9, 2017 - reviewed by Dae Sung
Good Overnight Spot!
It’s great for one night, peaceful, but crowded with lots of permanent residences. Site was ok, half gravel, half dirt, and a little muddy. Be careful if there is or has been a lot of rain, as it might be an issue.
July 17, 2017 - reviewed by Gary
Spaces too close together
July 16, 2017 - reviewed by J. G.
We came to stay 4 nights and then requested 2 more. Very accommodating manager. Nice park, close to many things to do. Quiet. Easy in and out. Signage is good if you pay attention. We plan to come back in the fall and do more when the weather is cooler. Good value.
October 13, 2016 - reviewed by J. J. Moore
We came to visit Palo Duro canyon and Amarillo. Just got here today and plan to stay 4-6 days. Park is clean and not really crowded. Plenty of space at our site with a neat picnic table. We travel in a motor home and are self contained using our own facilities. I want good power, 50 amp, water and sewer. They have it all at a very reasonable price.
June 11, 2016 - reviewed by 4Texans
Not A Vacation Spot
The staff is friendly and check in was easy. It's easy to find, right off I-27.
From reading reviews online, I would not have chosen to stay here. The ONLY reason we stayed there is because our group was there for several days. It was like camping in a sardine tin. No room, no privacy. Our awning, which we had to put out to shade the west side on arrival to help cool it down with the a/c, was 1 foot from the neighboring trailer! 1 foot. Hookups are back to back, sites are VERY narrow, and there were at least half the sites filled with longterm residents. It was hard to find the office and signage was poorly placed. Watch out if you try to pull all the way up to the office; it's near a dead end road so you have to back up. You have to know to turn at the corner. Not too hard to get into the site but I would never stay here again! Might be ok if they space the sites out more- skip every other ite for space. We will brave the 10% grade at the state park before braving this one!