Palo Duro RV Park Good Sam Verified Campground

5707 4th Ave, Canyon, TX 79015

Good Sam Verified Campground
(6 reviews) 2.7 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 7
Restrooms 9
Appeal 7
(6 reviews) 2.7 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews
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Address

5707 4th Ave
Canyon, TX, 79015

Coordinates:
34.979840, -101.877990
Elevation:
3,670 ft (1,119 m)

Open all year

Contact

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Facility

Type: RV Park
Emergency Phone
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
No tents
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Paved/Gravel
Onsite RV service
Table at site

Tenting Sites

Overflow area
Total spaces: 114
Spaces available: 64
Seasonal Sites: 50
Site length (Max length): 80 (80)
Gravel sites: 64
Pull-thru size: 18 x 80
Pull-thrus: 64
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
Number of full hookups: 64
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Table at site
On-site RV service
Table at site
On-site RV service
Worship services

Exercise room
Enclosed game room
Pavilion
Horseshoes
Horseshoes

Military Discount

2.6 (6 reviews) 2.6666666666667 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews
Facility
2.5
Restroom
2.4
Appeal
2.2
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 03/15/2022

Not a bad Rv Park. Very nice people. The Park was designed to maximize number of units that can be fit in. It could become a problem during high occupancy. The bathrooms were bad. I do not blame the park for this. I blame the users. I'm not sure how they were raised.

2 2 out of 5 stars 05/29/2020

Okay, on the positive side of things, the people were quite friendly, the cost was low and we weren't hassled at all, while we spent a week with this park as our hub for hiking the local canyons. On the other side, the place is in very, very rough shape and the facilities are, well, no. It had a Good Sam flag that appears to be many years old and that kind of tells you all you need to know. The road noise from I27 is very loud and much of the park is residential with some "classic" RV's. If... Read More

Okay, on the positive side of things, the people were quite friendly, the cost was low and we weren't hassled at all, while we spent a week with this park as our hub for hiking the local canyons. On the other side, the place is in very, very rough shape and the facilities are, well, no. It had a Good Sam flag that appears to be many years old and that kind of tells you all you need to know. The road noise from I27 is very loud and much of the park is residential with some "classic" RV's. If you want to rough it and/or spend a night passing through or use it as a place that is only 10 miles from Palo Duro Canyon SP, the power was fine and the water pressure was up to the task and with the exception of some roaming dogs, we didn't feel at all unsafe. Beyond that...very rough.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 03/21/2020

This campground had the dirtiest restrooms I have ever been in. Water standing in shower, smelled bad and just plain filthy. Would not recommend staying here to anyone.

3 3 out of 5 stars 09/04/2016

Stayed here for 4 nights while visiting Palo Duro Canyon and surrounding areas. This park is great for access to the Canyon, right down the road, however, it has many full timers which tend to bring the park down. The spaces are entirely too close together and they are double pull-ins, meaning your door is facing your neighbor's door and if someone is behind you, you can't hook up your tow vehicle without pulling out on the road first. We don't like these kind of sites because you have no privacy... Read More

Stayed here for 4 nights while visiting Palo Duro Canyon and surrounding areas. This park is great for access to the Canyon, right down the road, however, it has many full timers which tend to bring the park down. The spaces are entirely too close together and they are double pull-ins, meaning your door is facing your neighbor's door and if someone is behind you, you can't hook up your tow vehicle without pulling out on the road first. We don't like these kind of sites because you have no privacy at all when sitting out doors, especially if they are out there also. The first night there were rv's on both sides and we barely had space to walk out our doors, much less put our awning out. We got lucky the next day and the rv on our door side left and no one else came in for the duration of our stay. They have good wifi and staff is very friendly.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 08/27/2016

Site was too close to the neighbor for comfort. Not a quiet park. Poor internet service. Website is a disaster, downloading stuff onto my computer when I first opened the site. However, all other utilities functioned well, including laundry. And the proximity to Palo Duro Canyon was good. I'm glad I didn't have to pull my 24' Lance trailer (with my 2001 small v-8 truck) up the steep 2 mile road from the Canyon!

3 3 out of 5 stars 07/21/2016

This campground is locate only a few miles from Palo Duro Canyon which is reportedly the second largest canyon in the US. The campground is a mix of permanent residents and travelers. Sites are level and adequate but close together. The restrooms are recently remodeled and were very clean. Would stay again if in the area.

4 4 out of 5 stars 03/15/2022

Not a bad Rv Park. Very nice people. The Park was designed to maximize number of units that can be fit in. It could become a problem during high occupancy. The bathrooms were bad. I do not blame the park for this. I blame the users. I'm not sure how they were raised.

2 2 out of 5 stars 05/29/2020

Okay, on the positive side of things, the people were quite friendly, the cost was low and we weren't hassled at all, while we spent a week with this park as our hub for hiking the local canyons. On the other side, the place is in very, very rough shape and the facilities are, well, no. It had a Good Sam flag that appears to be many years old and that kind of tells you all you need to know. The road noise from I27 is very loud and much of the park is residential with some "classic" RV's. If... Read More

Okay, on the positive side of things, the people were quite friendly, the cost was low and we weren't hassled at all, while we spent a week with this park as our hub for hiking the local canyons. On the other side, the place is in very, very rough shape and the facilities are, well, no. It had a Good Sam flag that appears to be many years old and that kind of tells you all you need to know. The road noise from I27 is very loud and much of the park is residential with some "classic" RV's. If you want to rough it and/or spend a night passing through or use it as a place that is only 10 miles from Palo Duro Canyon SP, the power was fine and the water pressure was up to the task and with the exception of some roaming dogs, we didn't feel at all unsafe. Beyond that...very rough.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 03/21/2020

This campground had the dirtiest restrooms I have ever been in. Water standing in shower, smelled bad and just plain filthy. Would not recommend staying here to anyone.

3 3 out of 5 stars 09/04/2016

Stayed here for 4 nights while visiting Palo Duro Canyon and surrounding areas. This park is great for access to the Canyon, right down the road, however, it has many full timers which tend to bring the park down. The spaces are entirely too close together and they are double pull-ins, meaning your door is facing your neighbor's door and if someone is behind you, you can't hook up your tow vehicle without pulling out on the road first. We don't like these kind of sites because you have no privacy... Read More

Stayed here for 4 nights while visiting Palo Duro Canyon and surrounding areas. This park is great for access to the Canyon, right down the road, however, it has many full timers which tend to bring the park down. The spaces are entirely too close together and they are double pull-ins, meaning your door is facing your neighbor's door and if someone is behind you, you can't hook up your tow vehicle without pulling out on the road first. We don't like these kind of sites because you have no privacy at all when sitting out doors, especially if they are out there also. The first night there were rv's on both sides and we barely had space to walk out our doors, much less put our awning out. We got lucky the next day and the rv on our door side left and no one else came in for the duration of our stay. They have good wifi and staff is very friendly.
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5707 4th Ave, Canyon, TX 79015
Coordinates: 34.979840, -101.877990
Elevation: 3670

Directions
From Jct of I-27 (Exit 106) & Hwy 217: Go 200 ft E on Hwy 217 (L)

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