Waylon Jennings RV Park

Waylon Jennings RV Park

City of Littlefield, TX

Free Camping in Littlefield, Texas

This small city-owned RV park was named after country-singer Waylon Jennings because the famed musician was born in Littlefield. The RV Park includes a memorial to Jennings who was there when the memorial was dedicated and pressed his bootprints into the wet cement. There are eight (8) RV spaces with electric and water hookups.


Waylon Jennings RV Park

City of Littlefield, TX

City of Littlefield

Tel: (806) 385-5161


GPS: 33.9123, -102.3268

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: Four (4) days

Amenities: 50/30/20 electric hookups, potable water hookups, dump station, trash cans, pet area, picnic tables

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Waylon Jennings RV Park, Littlefield, TX

This small RV park is owned and operated by the City of Littlefield, TX for visitors. Camping here is completely free, including the electrical and water hookups. Only the first four (4) nights is free, afterwards it costs $20.00 per night.

The RV parks boasts nine (9) total RV sites, with one of those sites being large enough for a full-sized RV. No reservations are required, first come, first served.

There are horseshoe pits adjacent to the RV park, including the Lamb County Fairgrounds.

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