cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Very nice park, all gravel and the most level sites we've encountered in 8 years of full timing! Water pressure was about 50PSI, electric was steady at 123V. Full hook up sites, some are very close and you park nose-to-tail. others are more generously spaced. Not a destination in itself but very comfortable for a few days. A good museum in town and a steakhouse nearby that offers a discount to RVers staying at the park. There is a train yard across the road, but we didn't notice any noise. HIghway noise wasn't bad either. Wifi is free first day and worked very well. There are local tv stations. Good Verizon signal for phone and wifi here. We would stay here again while traveling in the area. -
This is a nice spot to overnight. This is a no frills park. There are no tables or cable so dont expect much. The staff was polite and the park was clean and well maintained. There is very minimal grass and it is 95% gravel. We would stay again if in the area.
I've been staying at Corral once or twice a year for the past five years. I've always had a good experience. The owners-managers are great people and have invested heavily to make the park nice. I wish there were more RV parks like this.
As one other member said, this is a good park for a one night stop over. It isn't very large so don't expect much. I didn't get what another member said about the rigs being too close, every park we visited on this recent trip had about the same spacing, except for one that was in the mountains of Colorado. Bathroom is fairly unusable except for very basic use. The Steak place down the street from the the park was walk accessible, but the food was not very good and they definitely don't know how to cook steaks, so get food before going in to the park or cook something up when you get there.
This is a simple, basic, and practical RV park...no frills. A clean, neat spot to get off the road at a good price. Dalhart is a big, busy city with a lot of intersecting highways. This park is on US 54 east, in town, and near a railroad and industry. There is some noise, but the park buffers a lot. There are many permanents and long time transients, but space is saved for travelers. The sites are gravel and long pull throughs, easy in and out. The office was quick and efficient very nice folks.
Employees are seen in golf carts scooting about cleaning and keeping the park tidy. It is a big park!
Bathrooms are surprisingly small for a park this size. Two small buildings up front near the entrance. Each building has a two doors, one men, one women. One person can use the bathroom at a time. They seemed well cared for, probably cleaned daily, but so small. Also a tiny laundry.
This park is not meant to be a destination. No picnic tables, no grills, and sites are rather close. A small grassy park will get you away from all the gravel. This park gets you off the road to rest safely and securely, which is what it is designed for. There is cable tv that has good pictures and TengoInternet worked very well. It is a good night's stop.
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