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Fort Stockton RV Park was a KOA the last time we were through, and we were not then pleased. Now it is under private ownership and we were overwhelmed with how well it was run. How pleasant the people were, now nice and level the sites were (our levelers are not working at the moment) and how wonderful it was to find that they had 3 private bath suites in the woman's bathroom that had actual real, stretch out and soak bathtubs! Also the attached Roadrunner cafe was a pleasure. Their specialty is the Mesquite Country ribs and they did look great, but Hubby and I both had the Chicken Fried Steak. One of the best I've ever eaten. Everything is Homemade there. The morning Biscuits and gravy were fabulous as well. Large portions and a cheap price. As stated, this "used to be a KOA", but I'm sure glad it is not anymore, KOA does not deserve this one, it gets an A+ in our book!

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The Colonia Del Rey RV Park is just "okay"...it is clean, sites are fairly level. (They insist you park your coach to the back and park your 'toad' in front.) However, it is only a mile from the Naval Air Station, so many of the campers here are permanent and there is much traffic early morning and evening hours. The Hot tub was out of order, due to vandalism; thus giving us a uneasy sense about our neighbors. The Park guide you receive when checking is is very misleading as 3 of the 4 pictures are of the actual park, the forth is of the ocean and beach. Which you can not get to without getting in your car and driving to it. The whole 'feel' to the park is cold, as though you are an outsider and we even are retired military with the bumper sticker that says so. I rate this one a C+ and probably will not stay here again.