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Friday, May 17, 2013

Cactus Rose ~ Mingus, Texas

Description:  I can't even begin to tell you how impressed we were with this wonderful little RV Park that packed a BIG punch.  We had boondocked in a Wally World the night before we got here and was well on our way to our destination Midland, Texas... We decided to look for a park for the night and found this one in our Passport America book.  The owners/managers are Jack and Rhonda Haynes who were very friendly and was there to help you with whatever you needed... We were so relaxed at this RV park we stayed an extra night.

  • 13 Full Hookup Sites (20/30/50/Amp)
  • Most sites are Pull-Thru
  • Clean Restrooms/Showers (Handicapped Accessible)
  • Brand New Laundry Facility (Coin-Op)
  • Western Designed Group Room
  • Large Shaded Patio Areas
  • Lagoon Style Pool w/walk-in beach
  • Barbeque Pits & Picnic Tables
  • Sheriff's Office
  • Music Everywhere (1610 AM)
  • Gift Shop/Texas Souvenirs
  • RV Supplies
  • 5 Tent Sites
  • Wi-Fi
  • On Site Management

  • Directions:  Easy On/Off of I-20 exit 370 in Mingus, Texas.  Park is on the south side of the interstate.

    Web Sitehttp://www.cactusroserv.com/

    Rate: We paid $15 per night (PA discount)

    Date of Stay: May 17th, 2013 ~ 2 nights
    Sites: FHU with 20-30-50 amps ~ The sites solid & level with a cement patio  ~ We stayed on site 14 ~ all sites were nice and most of them pull throughs.

    Weather During Stay: Very warm with a breeze that kept it comfortable enough to sit outside and visit the pool.

    Phone/TV/Internet: We had Verizon phone coverage ~ excellent satellite TV with our roof top antenna (Direct TV) ~ free wifi which was pretty good and some sites have cable TV.
    Elevation/Landscape: Typical Texas terrain with trees and beautiful cactus plants.

    Lighting/Noise:  Even though it is right off of I-20 the night time noise was not bad at all.  The park is well lit.

    Hiking/Walking/Biking: No place to really walk since it is such a small park.

    Things to See & Do
  • Thurber Ghost Town
  • Thurber Historical Association
  • Palo Pinto Lake
  • Tac-Pro Shooting Range
  • Ancient Art Soap Company
  • Dreamer Candles
  • Ranger College
  • Ranger Oil Boom Museum
  • W.K. Gordon Museum
  • Thurber Historical Village

  • Rating:  We loved this park and I am stepping out to say I would rate it a 9.0

    Sit back & enjoy a beautiful sunset
    Have Fun & Travel Safe

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