|"4 Days No Charge!!"|
When I pulled in there were two other campers there but they pulled out the next morning and I had the place to myself for the next couple days.
|The Mini's space at the Lamesa RV Parking Area.|
Here's the Lamesa RV Parking data sheet:
Hookups: 20, 30 amp, water
Fire ring: No
Water Access: No
Fresh Water: Yes
Trash Service: Yes
Toilets: Yes (flush)
Dump station: Yes
Level sites: Yes
Store: No (Quickmart ½ mile away)
Verizon reception: 4G, 4 bars
Internet reception: 4 bars
Cost: Free for 4 days, $20/day thereafter
|The park's kiddo play area directly across from the RV area|
Lamesa is a quiet little town and the RV area is pretty quiet with the exception of a fairly busy main road that runs past it, but it quiets down after about 10 pm. One of the park's features is an 18 hole Frisbee golf course that runs through it that is also free to play.
|One of the Frisbee golf course tees.|
A the opposite end of the park is a really nice ball field.
|The park ball diamond.|
It's really great finding small towns that host the RV community with free hookups for three or four days. It's a little surprising that more towns don't try to secure some of the commerce people who own expensive rigs (me excepted :D) represent. It's very difficult to imagine the largest Class A rig using more than two or three dollars of electricity per day and the city camp areas I've stayed in appear to require very little upkeep after the initial setup. Oh well...
The Lamesa RV Parking Area is a great place to stop for a day or two on your way across Texas. It's probably going to be a regular stop for me on my way to and from Livingston.
Thanks for reading!