WAYLON JENNINGS RV PARK
The Waylon Jennings RV Park is located on Highway 385 (Hall Avenue) in Littlefield, near the Lamb County Ag and Community Center. The free Waylon Jennings RV Park, provided by the City of Littlefield, offers eight spaces for RV vehicles, and one longer space for larger rigs. The park was established by several local individuals back in the 1960s.
A Waylon Jennings Memorial was established in the park in 1990 by the Littlefield Arts and Heritage Committee, when Waylon put his boot prints in wet cement, as a permanent part of his legacy. Guests may stay for four 24-hour periods, and after that, a charge of $20 per day is charged. A pet rest area is located on the east end of the park, and guests are asked to keep the area clean by picking up after their pets.