Twin Pine RV Park Review & Rating

Texas Outside Rating: 6.1

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Twin Pine RV Park Overview:

Review and Rating of Twin Pine RV Park in Slaton, TX 

Located on Highway 84 about 8 miles south of Lubbock, Twin Pine RV Park is a perfect overnight spot.  The Park has 52 sites that are a mixture of pull throughs (9) and back-ins. All of the sites are level and the hook-ups are conveniently located toward the end of each site.  The Park has several full timers.   Some sites line the perimeter of the Park, some are in the middle of the Park, and 1 through 15 are back to back back-ins with little space separating them in what was mostly likely a parking lot. 

Twin Pine RV Park also has Park Models and rental trailers. 

The park is clean and the staff and full timers are friendly - when we pulled in a little girl brought us a flower and said: "Welcome to Twin Pine." 

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Twin Pine has limited amenities - a dog run, showers and laundry, a play area, and small rec room.  We stayed here one night on our way to Taos and selected this Park because it was easy to get to from Highway 84.

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Texas Outside Campground Rating System

Texas Outside uses a tough rating scale and it’s difficult for a campground to get a “10”.  Each park is rated on:

  • Scenic Beauty: a campground that is flat with no trees or character gets a “1” and hills, lots of trees, beautiful lake site, and lush ground cover gets a “10”
  • Park Condition:  the cleaner, well kept, and maintained campgrounds receive high scores
  • Amenities: we are looking for lots of amenities like restrooms, dump stations, playgrounds, boat ramps, shelters, concession stand, rental toys, and more.
  • Campsites:  low scores are given for sites that are right next to each other (good for getting to know your neighbors, but not what we’re looking for when we’re camping); have no lantern holder, no water or electricity, no fire pit, no grill, or no picnic table (or it’s rotten wood); have no trees and no view; the ground cover is crushed rock (my bare feet hate that stuff!); and they require a lot of work to get your rig level.
  • Things To Do: Bonus points are given for campgrounds that offer lots of fun things to do at the park or very nearby – this includes: biking, hiking, climbing, boating, entertainment, golf, swimming, fishing, volleyball, horseshoes, and more