Comanche Trail Campground | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
762.4 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
mybasicjourney

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

6 FREE campsites in Big Spring, Tx. Some have picnic tables and fire pits. It is to the left of the entrance of the park, right before the gate (which opens at 9 AM and closes at 10 PM).

The park has a ton of fun things like a playground, amphitheater, Frisbee golf course and a real golf course, hiking trails, a small children's water park, and pavilions.

The park has a bathroom, and even though gates close at 10 pm, it is still accessible by walk. (About 7-10 minutes from camp sites.) There is a pool area, so they will probably have showers. I visited in December and pool was closed.

4/5 Stars (iOverlander won't let me adjust my rating.)

All sites face one direction and dead ends, making it difficult for larger rigs.

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Awesome little camp spots for a night! I would recommend driving past the gates before you get settled so you know where the restrooms are - past the swimming pool and past the park. There are signs directing you to the little restroom building. I’m certainly glad I did this because I ended up using the restroom building as a short-term storm shelter the night I was there. Thankfully, it was just high winds and some dust blowing around; nothing damaging.

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Lovely spot, we had no issues of any kind. Two others here, truck camper and another Promaster van. Spots are spaced out about 35ft with picnic tables in between. Couldn't find the toilets mentioned, the park toilets appear to be in the aquatic center which is closed after hours and on Mondays. Likely there are other restrooms somewhere but we couldn't find them.

Nice spot anyway, windy night but otherwise pleasant, def recommended for a nice free spot!

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Nice camping area just outside of the park. The spots aren’t overrun with homeless people or trash. It was pretty quiet with one other camper for the night. Walmart and Fast Food are a couple minutes away. Good spot for an overnight stay. 2 bars of service with Verizon.

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As described, the campground was easy to find. Pulled in just after dark. Only 2 other campers using the campground so we were spread out and spaced out nicely. Grounds were clean with picnic tables and trash cans dispersed through several spots. Paved pads, some more uneven than others but nothing terrible. Some road noise but better than expected. Good Verizon cell service and data. No bathrooms, water or electricity but quiet and fairly private. Definitely a place we will return.

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Nice little campground in a large park. I arrived at 3PM and was only camper. By dusk there were 3 total all of us were just passing through. Perfect for vans, truck camper, and smaller rv’s to perhaps 30’ overall length. Road noise is present. Trash cans. No water, no dump onsite.

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Great place to spend a couple nights! No problem at all with homeless people like the last person said. But it is uneven and I barely got my 25 ft RV in there. There are trees right where you don't want them when manevuring an RV. But other than that a great time in a fabulous park. Also I was walking around the park and it looks like there were old RV sites up by the upper parking for the amphither. There was electrical and water outlets like a regular campground but they are probably turned off.

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The sites are unlevel and anything much larger than a van will have a hard time getting in. Homeless people with shopping carts and tents are occupying half of the sites. We did not stay.

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Great free spot. I was the only one that stayed there. Went for a short night hike and saw a few stray cats.

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Quiet and clean campsite. Close to shopping and restaurants. Has trash bins at each campsite. Free! And good cell service

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Pretty nice spot!
Next to the road but traffic noise wasn't too bad.
Trash cans, picnic tables at every site.
Only one other person here with me in January.
Some of the spots arent perfectly level but it was alright.
Would definitely stay again.

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6 FREE campsites in Big Spring, Tx. Some have picnic tables and fire pits. It is to the left of the entrance of the park, right before the gate (which opens at 9 AM and closes at 10 PM).

The park has a ton of fun things like a playground, amphitheater, Frisbee golf course and a rwal golf course, hiking trails, a small children's water park, and pavilions.

The park has a bathroom, and even though gates close at 10 pm, it is still accessible by walk. (About 7-10 minutes from camp sites.) There is a pool area, so they will probably have showers. I visited in December and pool was closed.

4/5 Stars (iOverlander won't let me adjust my rating.)

All sites face one direction and dead ends, making it difficult for larger rigs.

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