Pecos Park | Informal Campsite

United States

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
764.5 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
helenefrechette

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Unknown
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Close to the 285 but quiet on night. 6 sites for RV no service but picnic table, with grass and pit fire.

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Nice place to have a picnic. Clean with garbage cans. Also nice covered picnic tables. But, way to close to 285, trucks never stop even though it is 9 o’clock on Saturday night! Need earplugs and sleeping pills! Also trains going by, whistling at all hours.

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Park with tables, nice place to have a picnic. Garbage cans and it is clean.
But do not think you will sleep here!
Trucks never stop going on 185, even though it is 10 o’clock Saturday night!!
Ear plugs and sleeping pills!

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Spent one night and had the place to myself, for the most part. A couple of cars came and went, more so during the early evening. There are 6 shelters with picnic tables, grills, and trashcans. Full bars with Tmobile. Once traffic dies down, it was quiet. Yes there is road noise, graffiti, and it's older, nothing fancy but as mentioned before it was the better choice from the Walmart parking lot that was small and busy.

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Thankful for these little free RV parks we have been finding in small Texas towns. This is no exception. it is next to a relatively busy road but the noise was bearable. Level spots with picnic table and trash cans. Strong Verizon signal. Not much grass for a dog and what there is is full of prickers.

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Checked it out but didn’t stay here, understood what others said about it seeming kind of sketchy.

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Yeah there's graffiti and trash but it still beats Walmart (down the road aways). Lots of broken glass so be careful with the kids and pets.

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Totally empty and no one bothered me. Hard to spot the entrance at night and moderate road noise. Still, a better option than the Walmart just up the street.

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We got to the park after dark so it was kind of hard to see from the road since they are doing construction on that side of the road. We stayed in the spot furthest from the road and could hear very little noise. No bathroom but it does have trash cans and a BBQ grill.

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reasonable stop for a picnic lunch. lots of highway noise, very littered and lots of graffiti but probably the best you'll get on this stretch of road. shaded picnic tables and a few trees around.

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Free rest stop type place with tables and grills, no services. it was loud from highway noise, and kind of depressing in the middle of oil field territory, but it was free and nobody bothered us.

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close to the 285 but quiet on night. 6 sites for RV no service but picnic table, with grass and pit fire.

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