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Overall, a pretty nice place to camp. Sites are clean and maintained. Same for public facilities. Marina, and restaurant at the boat ramps with live music on the weekends, in the warmer months. Fishing is pretty decent too. Place does get pretty packed on holidays, and tends to get alil rowdy and loud.
Not only is this city park free, but it has electric, water, and sewer, and well as dumpsters. Grass for those 4 legged friends.
There are no public restrooms, but the stores aren't that far away. I met some really nice people while there. I will always remember it fondly.
Stayed one night here on Pass Port America. Sites were so close together that neighbors sewer and electric and water were in your front yard. Sites were gravel and very un level. Laundry room was out of service, showers were not taken care of. Electric was very marginal, had lots of problems sound system after this park. Learned lesson here, bought Progressive Industry EMS. I would not recommend more than maybe one night stay at this park.
Sorry don’t have pictures.
807 W 1st st crosbyton, was listed as Silver Sky rv park and is permanently closed,……
809 w 1st st is either across the st but a picture of same site is listed on Silver Sky Rv park site so going to assume that the name changed as of Nov 2018 permanently closed.
Buffalo Sprinfs Lake and it’s campground is a nice place near Lubbock to get away. My high school “outdoors club” enjoys coming here to hike on the trails, kayak the lake, and camp. There are fire pits, bathrooms with running water, and a Marina restaurant on site. The Lubbock area is scarce on beauty, but this campground will at least wet your whistle until you can go some place nicer/farther away.