|Fort Amarillo RV Resort entrance|
We opted for Fort Amarillo RV Resort west of downtown Amarillo and a block north of I-40. The reviews were good and we liked the photos. Our other choice would have been Oasis RV Resort, which I mentioned in my post two days ago, but it was too stark.
Upon arriving at the resort, check-in went smoothly and we were given a map to our site with very good directions on how to navigate through the park to find our empty space. The rigs are packed in pretty tight, but we had enough room to put out our slides and awnings. Short fences separate the sites. Each site has its own concrete pad with picnic table. What I didn't care for was our dining room window looked right into the living room window of the rig next to us.
|Site #167 and #168|
|Horse art on the property|
|Rec hall with indoor pool, exercise room, shower/bathrooms, |
hot tub (closed for repairs), and laundry room
|Indoor swimming pool|
|A nice porch rocker|
|Fort Amarillo RV Resort sites|
|Walkway and flags along the entryway |
(flags need to be replaced)
|Overview of more sites|
|Resident ducks in the pond|
|Another area of the park|
The internet connection was good, no problems there; but the cable TV they provided had only seven channels. We weren't able to watch our shows.
Overall, we would go back to this park.