Texas RV Park of Big Spring

(2) Reviews

1001 Hearn Street, Big Spring, TX, 79720

The Texas RV Park of Big Spring is located in the beautiful and cozy town of Big Spring, Texas and is a great spot for an authentic southern vacation. Campers can look forward to a number of excellent attractions just beyond the campground, including the Comanche Trail Park, Big Spring State Park, Heritage Museum and Potton House and Hangar 25 Air Museum. Travelers can also take advantage of the golf courses within a few miles of the park, and there's a host of excellent dining options for visitors and locals alike to enjoy. For family and group gatherings, there's the Big Spring Family Aquatic Center and Water Park, bowling alley and the Desert Flower Art Gallery. Moss Creek Lake is a definite favorite for hiking, biking, swimming and fishing, so if you love the water's edge, you'll enjoy this scenic and fun spot! Amenities at the park include: pull thrus, big rig access, water, showers, restrooms, sewerage, WIFI and 30/50 amp sites. Hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 11/19/2020

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Hook Up 30 Amps $37.50 $225.00 $575.00 See More
Hook Up 50 Amps $37.50 $225.00 $600.00 See More
Cabin Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Cabin Rate -- $400.00

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Cable Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly


50 Amps

30 Amps

Historic Sightseeing


Swimming Outdoors

1001 Hearn Street, Big Spring, TX, 79720
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Overall Rating: 3.5

Sue Critz

We stayed here twice on a recent trip. The park seems like it's mostly long-term residents, but they do have overnight accommodations, which is what we were looking for on this recent trip. The first trip was uneventful, but you do hear quite a bit of traffic noise. Our return trip involved a late arrival due to a breakdown, but we kept them informed of this. Even so, when we arrived at the site, our reserved site was taken by someone else, so we had to drive around and find another site, with the park layout being somewhat difficult to follow when it's dark. The park office wasn't open when we left, even though we left after it was supposed to be open. When we contacted them by phone afterward and let them know someone had taken our site, they seemed rather cavalier about it, which I found somewhat disconcerting.

Campground Response

Thank you for your review, we always welcome feedback for how we can improve our park. I did want to address the comment made about your reserved spot being taken. This does happen on occasion as those without a reservation will pull in, see an open spot and take it. Unfortunately we have no way of knowing if the person parked there is in fact the person who reserved it. I do recall however that we had several spots available and that when we spoke you did let me know that you were able to locate a site and park overnight. I will look to see why the office may have been closed after posted business hours and address that. Thank you for staying with us.

Raleigh Jarrell

Very close to I20. Can hear the highway noise but it's not bad. The Campground is laid out in some semi circles. Offer 30 & 50 amp. Ptu & Fhu&back in WiFi & cable (lots of channels). Sites are close by but not on top of each other. On dirt with some grass & some shade. Separated by fences. Takes Good Sam. Laundry, & bath but didn't use them. Fine for an overnight stay. The sites are narrow. Also no dog run, just some patches of grass to walk them. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group