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Old 09-04-2006, 05:21 PM   #1
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Found a nice RV park this weekend. Amarillo Ranch RV. Located on East Side of Amarillo next to the big water slide on north side I-40. Friendly folks, free continental breakfast. Fairly reasonable. Fifty Eight for 2 nights for 4 adults. Pool, Sauna. "Grapes of Wrath" truck loaded with household items. 1931 TX license plate. You could almost see the family heading for California.
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Found a nice RV park this weekend. Amarillo Ranch RV. Located on East Side of Amarillo next to the big water slide on north side I-40. Friendly folks, free continental breakfast. Fairly reasonable. Fifty Eight for 2 nights for 4 adults. Pool, Sauna. "Grapes of Wrath" truck loaded with household items. 1931 TX license plate. You could almost see the family heading for California.
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Old 09-05-2006, 07:05 AM   #3
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Thanks, we'll put it on our list.
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Old 09-05-2006, 05:23 PM   #4
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Found a great little park on the east side of Amarillo. In our travels of moving from Virginia to Utah. Very inexpensive, extra clean sites, less than $20 per nite and almost empty.
We found out why. About an hour after setting up. We were at the end of the runway for the Air Force base there.
Fortunately they quit flying about 10 pm.
Great steak house across the road.
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I stayed there under the planes also! Luckily it was quiet after dark for us but during daylight they were doing touch n gos with big cargo planes...bummer - very loud...Would not take the chance again.
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If you're traveling through and just want a nice quiet little park on the West side, try the Sundown rv park, this year it was around 18 bucks, all sites are pull through and just off the interstate, easy off and on.
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All that military jet noise...........the sound of freedom . It would make it hard to sleep though.
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Agree on Amarillo RV Ranch. We stayed there on a recent trip and the pull thru's were huge, folks were very nice, great indoor heated pool.
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Old 12-19-2006, 09:44 PM   #9
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I agree on the Amarillo RV Ranch. Nice people, big sites, easy access off the hwy. Prices were right and met some really nice people at the campground (but then again, that seeems to happen every camp ground we go to)
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LBJ closed the AF Base in Amarillo in the 60's, so all of the traffic is now commercial; but it is loud too!

We are at Ft. Amarillo RV Resort on the WEST side of Amarillo. It is awesome.

Indoor pool, free WiFi, cable and two rec rooms!
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Try RV Xpress on the west side of Amarillo. This is a brand new RV park. Great if you are traveling through or visiting.
All sites are pull through. Drive in put the jacks down. Voila, you are level.
All concrete. Only one post with cable, 50amp, water and a light.
Exceptionally nice baths. One room has it all.
And "FREE LAUNDRY" . To top it all off - Tornado Shelters!!!!!!!! What great accomadations for the RVer.This is one of the finest RV parks serving the I-40 corridor. What a jewel! Contact Chris Barr. RVXpress.com
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