The Collingsworth County Pioneer's Park was dedicated in 1975 by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. O.V. Johnson and Glenn McLain, two residents of Collingsworth County, were asked to be advisory engineers on the project. The park is located about 6 miles north of Wellington on US Highway 83 on the banks of the Salt Fork of the Red River. The park hosts tent camping, RV hook-ups, with tables, fire pits, and shade trees. There are also 2 covered pavilions that can be used year round by residents and visitors. Whether you are traveling north or south on US Highway 83 stop, relax, and enjoy our beautiful park.
Camping season is open all year long but the stay is limited to three days. The cost per day is $15.00. There are thirty paved pulled through pads available, some with shaded room for slide outs, maximum length is 100’. Each site has a BBQ grill, 30 and 50 amp electricity, and water with side by side hookups. There are 10 tent sites for primitive tent camping. The restroom facilities are handicap accessible with flush toilets, no showers are available. Pioneer Park has 2 covered pavilions, a playground, 15 covered picnic tables, a fixed dump station and a waste station. Campers may have pets on a leash in the park. Camp hosts are located in the park.
For more information about Pioneer Park call 806-447-5408.