We finish our time in Texas and travel the 1,093 miles (17 hours) to re-position from Austin, Texas, up to Moab, Utah, for some off-road fun.
After the first day of driving, we stopped over in Muleshoe, Texas, at a great little “free” city campground. We specifically took a route up into Albuquerque to check out the Sandia Peak Tramway, but of course, it was closed for annual maintenance the one day we were there! Four Corners was fun, but it was very bumpy getting in and out of there.
Ray & Donna West Free RV Park
The Ray & Donna West Free RV Park is a great stopover in Northwest Texas. The city provides a “free” RV park for travelers passing through Muleshoe. We presume the goal is to get travelers to not just fly through town but stop, eat, buy something, etc. It is “free” because they do ask for a donation, which we did make because it was well worth it for us. We would highly recommend this being added to your resources map.