Date of Stay: February, 2008
Campground is no longer affiliated with KOA, and is now called Fort Stockton RV Park. Check-in was very easy and office personnel was extremely nice and helpful. Received a Good Sams discount without even asking for it. Pull-through sites are easy into and easy out of. There is a nice little cafe on-site that serves good home cooked meals. Only drawback was the roads are gravel, but even then were well cared for.
Date of Stay: January, 2008
Rocky start trying to get reservations online. Will not accept Coast to coast or Resort Parks International online reservations.Called resort directly, and either got no answer or an answering machine. Decided to drive in as a showup, and host and office personnel were tops in trying to find us a campsite. Campground is full of mostly locals, spaces are very small, so cars and pickups were parked along roads, in front of other campsites, and on grass wherever they could find a spot This created somewhat of a nightmare trying to move a large motorhome through the maze and attempt to back into a small space. Staff were very helpful in getting vehicles moved. With full campground, everything was quite even though lots of children were there, and had a wonderful stay.
Date of Stay: November, 2007
Very nice park. Recovering from Hurricane Rita. Reservations went well. Pull-through sites not very friendly for large vehicles with slideouts.(two units share the pull-throughs). Large trees in the camping areas make you be very conscious of your surroundings with large motorhome, but is doable.
Date of Stay: October, 2007
Nice park. Self checkin