Location

Red Deer Villa Rv Ranch

2100 Montagu Ave. Pampa Tx

Country setting in city. Large sites, sidewalks, patios, extra parking. Full hooks-ups, 50 AMPS. WI-FI , cable, RV Supplies & Gifts. Pampa has many parks, hike & bike trails, public golf course. Close to route 66, museums, several Lakes and more…

Payment method: Amex, Check, Debit, Discover, Master Card, Visa

Amenities: Large Sites, sidewalks, patios, extra parking,  free wife and cable tv.  Pet friendly

Associations: Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) and ARVC

Reviews:

“Fantastic park. Convenient set up. No laundry or shower rooms, but there is a nice coin laundry 5 minutes away. Park management is great. Very quite park, and the fact the noise rules are enforced is a huge plus.”

“stayed here it is a wonderful quiet park, there are lots of trees and grassy areas. Not like staying in a parking lot. Plenty of room between RV;s”

“Was here for 2 months for work. Over priced. Internet wasn’t that great. Was told it was “the quietest place in pampa”. Neglected to mention the wild turkeys and the train. Over 60 trains a day pass threw pampa. Kind of hard on you when you work nights. Only a few lots are level.”

“fantastic – my husband is a pipeline welder, so we travel a lot. I was not looking forward to staying in the panhandle, but i was pleasantly surprised with Red Deer Villa. Joe, the owner, and his wife go out of their way to make you feel comfortable and are beyond helpful, giving us a local phonebook, showing us Wal-Mart, the laundromat, the dry cleaners, and other necessary locations on a city map and even telling us the best restaurants to go to. The park itself is centrally located but on a quiet street, has spacious lots with your own parking spots, sidewalk, and a small yard for each spot. Very well maintained. They even have a little store with RV and household necessities. The owners are available 24 hours a day, the wireless internet is fantastic, and they have cable. A fantastic deal for the money, and the nicest park for miles and miles. I still hate staying in the panhandle, but as far as RV parks go, this is the best one we have stayed at yet.”