Camp at an Old Time Texas Cotton Gin

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June 18, 2009

Trailer Life Cream of the Crop Campsites: Ole Towne Cotton Gin RV Park—Goodlett, TX

cotton-gin-office-entranceLocated at the site of an old converted cotton gin, this unique park is an attraction in itself! Ole Towne Cotton Gin RV Park features 40 gravel RV sites with full hookups (30/50 amp). There are 20 pull-thru sites measuring 28×85 ft., while back-in sites measure 27×60 ft. There’s plenty of room for slideouts and big rigs! Handicap accessible sites are also available. Each site has a picnic table.

There’s a large meeting hall for groups and rallies. Sit for a spell on the outdoor patio in the evening, or relax in the pool and spa. The park hosts a library and video rental service for your family’s entertainment. Laundry and firewood are available, and a park convenience store sells groceries, gifts and other camping supplies. For a full list of park amenities see the Trailer Life Directory.

cotton-gin-rv-park-mapRates: Last year’s nightly rates for two people ranged from $24-$26 depending on type of site. Each additional person (age 10 and up) is $3 per night. TACO, Good Sam Club and other club discounts are available.

Area Attractions: Goodlett is near the Texas/Oklahoma border, in between Amarillo and Dallas/Ft. Worth. The Pease River Playhouse is just three blocks from the park and produces live theatre and cultural/heritage events throughout the year. See the park’s local attractions page for more exciting things to do and see in the Goodlett area.

cotton-gin-rec-roomClimate: Summers in the northern part of the Lone Star State are hot (90°F +) and humid. Frequent thunderstorms are the norm and most tornadoes will occur in April, May and June (I went through my first NOAA “tornado watch” when I was 2 in Wichita Falls).

If you’ve visited the area before, be sure to rate your stay at Ole Towne Cotton Gin RV Park on the Trailer Life Directory website, or leave a comment below to spread the word about your experience at this quality RV resort!

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  4. Bill Green

    We stayed at this RV park on our return trip from Colorado Springs to Austin in 2007. We loved this place! They also serve a real breakfast and you donate what you think it’s worth. The breakfast was great! Sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy. The camp hosts were wonderful and we highly recommend this park.