Stinnett City RV Park

Stinnett City Park

City of Stinnett, TX

Free Camping in the City of Stinnett, TX

This small RV park is owned and operated by the City of Stinnett for use by visitors. With only four (4) spaces, there isn't much room, but then this small RV park doesn't get many visitors either. The first three (3) nights are free, then it's $10.00 per night thereafter. Three of the spaces has 30 amp electrical, and one has 50 amp. There are water hookups and a sewage dump.


Stinnett City Park

City of Stinnett, TX

Stinnett City Hall

Tel: (806) 878-2422


GPS: 35.8258, -101.4444

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: Free

Permit: None

Max Stay: 72 hours

Amenities: 50/30/20 amp electrical, water hookups, dump station, picnic tables, trash cans, cooking grills

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Located in the heart of Stinnett, TX, just across the street from City Hall, lies this small RV park set aside for visitors. Offering a three (3) night stay for free, it provides RVers a place to get a night’s rest or a place to park while visiting for the weekend.

While certainly not a pretty place to camp by any means, it does provide the basic amenities of electric and water hookups, as well as a sewage dump, trash cans, and cooking grills.

If you need to stay more than three nights, you can walk across the street to the City Hall building and register for more at $10.00 a night.

There is a video review of this park found here.

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