This was a great little campground. It’s an independent campground located between Wichita Falls and Amarillo. It’s set on the site of an old historic cotton gin with much of the building and equipment restored and on display. We stayed here for just a couple of days on our way to NomadFEST. The best thing about this campground is it’s where we met new friends who were also going to NomadFEST — Phil and Stacy Farley of You, Me and the RV; and Chris and Donna Clark of Runaway with the Clarks.
The campground owners and staff were super friendly, and I really enjoyed their campground mascots 😉 !
There’s a roomy turnaround area for registration, and the sites and exterior areas are clean and well kept. We had a pull-through site but there are many back-in sites available as well. The park had quite a few long-term residents and their sites were nicely maintained and even displayed some seasonal decor. The pool is situated in the back of the property with a view of open fields.
A highlight of this park was the strong cable TV signal and WiFi service. There was a service interruption for a brief time one morning, but not for long. There are few trees in this park, and in the summer heat there would be no shade at most sites. The camp store was very well stocked with basic supplies and groceries. We had no trouble receiving packages.
Overall we gave this park a “B”. It’s close to getting an “A”, but there’s very little to do in the general area, and the park amenities are limited.
For a printable summary of this review, click this link: Campground Review – TX – Ole Towne Cotton Gin-Quanah.
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