This might not be the worst campground in Texas, but it's close. We stayed here for one night on our way to Big Bend. Check in was on the honor system and we never saw any staff. The campground is in serious need of updating. Most of the other campers there were long time residents. The restrooms were locked the whole time we were there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is, without a doubt, the worst park I have been in. We stayed here overnight on our way through Texas. I thought it would be okay for just one night, since I get tired of paying higher prices for such a short time. If I had no kids and no dog, it would be okay. I could have just hidden in the RV and never looked outside. This place is filthy. Its all dirt, what little overgrown grass there is, is strewn with broken glass, torn aluminum cans, etc. Plenty of stuff to cut your pooches' feet. I did not let my kids outside. Payment is still on the honor system, there is a drop box. The owner lives a few blocks away, and came through the property a couple of times. He was pretty nice, and helped us pick a spot. Oh yes, some sites are 50 amp only, but no way to tell until you try to plug in, so check that first if you have 30 amp. The site was pretty level. Wide enough for our one slide, but not if you have slides on both sides. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Found this campground on Eleventh St behind Camanche Hotel and RV park headed off I-10 into town. We saw this one from the road. Camp host very friendly, offered a wifi coupon for free 24 hours - low signal but worked, easy in and out for a overnight stay. Can't beat the 10.00 price!! We were happy!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for an over night. Private park with not much to offer other than cheep prices, on the honor system. Good electric and water pressure. Just outside of town and close to the interstate for easy on/off. Showers and bathrooms were clean, even while being renovated. All gravel level lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found the entrance to the park smooth and easy, no drop offs. Someone may have fixed the entrance. I give the park a 5 based on the easy on easy off from I-10 and that the electric power (30 amp) worked just fine in the June heat, 100* this afternoon. It is just a gravel parking lot, but for an overnight stay what more do you need? If the weather was cool we would probably have opted for a free stay at a local store or empty lot. But in the summer it would have cost me $12-$15 to run the generator for the 12-15 hours we stop for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second nicest RV park in Fort Stockton, but not that great. Big drop off and pot hole right at the entrance. I get the impression they don't have the money to keep this place up, or are not willing to put in the effort to do some simple patch and paint on their park. Their website is nothing more than a story about how he acquired the park, but no mention of the prices or other pertinent information to the traveler. This place is cash only, and you may have to self register. They no longer have cable either as their website states. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just needed a quick overnight stop and chose this location because the reviews were not horrible and the rates were reasonable, we didn't want to pay for a pool we weren't going to use. Attention campers - a correction needs to be made to the reviews. The office was locked even though someone was inside. We followed the late check in instruction, even though it was only 4:00 p.m. If Wi-fi was available we wouldn't know as no one was around to offer a password and no information available, only threatening notes from "the Chief" not to try leaving without paying cause he will find you! Couldn't use the bathrooms as they were filthy and disgusting, waste baskets hadn't been emptied for a very long time and no toilet paper available. We spoke to our camp neighbor that said they were at this location on a previous visit and the place was full of workers. Since then the oil and work in the area has dried up and not a dime made in the good times has been put back into the place. Stay here only if you are desperate and totally self contained and don't mind heavy I-10 traffic noise. We definitely will never stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We have stayed at this park several times over the years. It is very basic but everything works. They say they have now discontinued cable TV. Rates are $16 for 30 amp and $18 for 50 amp. Quite a few permanents. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very basic dirt sites. The sites are very long so we were able to keep hooked up to the 5th wheel overnight. I was able to connect to the Wi-Fi, but never able to actually get online, but I was able to tether on my AT&T phone. This is a good overnight stay for a reasonable price on the very long Interstate 10 through Texas! Just look for the big arrows stuck in the ground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For the price, this park is OK for a short stay. Most occupants are long term, but plenty of sites are available for transients - reservations are not accepted. We had a hard time locating it because our GPS would not accept the I-10 address. We had to call for directions from the Wal-Mart parking lot. It is on the north service road, east of I-10 exit 257. GPS coordinates are N30º54.368' & W102º54.029'. Payment in cash only. Price paid is for 30A full hook up. On arrival we asked about the cable TV quality, noting that a previous reviewer said the picture was poor. The owner said all sites are the same and his long term customers have no complaints. The signal at our TV was weak, some stations were good, others poor - ABC and Fox News were audio only. He tested reception at the post with a TV and 6-foot cable and said any problem beyond that is up to the customer. If you have an RV with long built-in internal cables, splitters and a switch box and you connect to the post with a long cable, your reception will probably be poor. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great stopping point in this part of Texas. Nothing glamorous but more than adequate. Owner friendly and helpful. Cash only, no credit cards. Crushed rock sites, easy in and out. Rate is for 50 amp service, 30 amp is $2 less. Some road noise from the Interstate but not unbearable. We would definitely return if we were passing through this part of Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Dirt and gravel lot, but the sites are very level and getting cable for the rate is unusual. Owner was friendly. As stated in other reviews the cable was a bit snowy. We were probably the only non long term RV at the park. Some road noise, but it eased up later in the night. Descent place for an overnight stop and you can't beat the rate for a 50 amp, full hook-up. Since Fort Stockton is a logical stop for traveling through Texas, we will probably stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a big, wide-open gravel area with pull throughs marked off with log dividers. Not a bad place for an overnight stop. Easy access off of the I-10 frontage road. Good value, full 30-amp hookup for $16. We'd probably stay here again if passing through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate for this campground seems to vary by reviewer; we paid $16 a night for a 3 night stay. The campground is simply a large field with a crushed stone base. Sites are 20 feet wide, separated by some long planks. The wind blows through unimpeded by trees or other features other than some tall arrows buried into the ground. There were many open spaces during our stay, and about half the occupied ones appeared to be workers in the area. We didn't see if there were any bathrooms or showers as we had full hookups. Given the poor reviews of the other campgrounds in the Fort Stockton area, we'd probably stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I just can't give this place the same rating as the last few reviewers, although I do agree that it works for an overnight stay. But that's it. The check-in person was pleasant, but offered no information about park unless we asked a specific question. The sites are nothing more than level dust. All the utilities worked well except for the wi-fi which we could not get connected to. There appears to be quite a few long term residents, but their sites were not trashy. I am not sure if there were any bathrooms or showers. We didn't see any and the check-in person did not mention any. We realize this is a very dry area of Texas, but even so there was no attempt at even minimal desert landscaping. There is highway noise. If you don't mind a very plain, rather unattractive park that is only $18, then stop here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean spartan campground. Beautiful views of sunset/sunrise. Very easy On/Off. Gas station right before the entrance to I-10W. 2 Prices. $16 for 30 amp, $18 for 50 amp ($199 a month including elec/cable/Wi-Fi). Price includes Water/Electric/Sewer/Cable and Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is fast during the day, nonexistent at night. Cable is a little snowy on main channels, clear local channels, TV guide on channel 3. Very peaceful, even though the highway is within sight. Sites level, rock/gravel mix. Also great space behind campground for walking my big pooches. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great price, good wifi, and lots of channels. We came here during a rare rain. The place turned into a mud pit. Our wheels sunk into the mud. Our GPS had a problem finding the place. Luckily we saw the arrows from the highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed this park! Nothing special, but friendly people, flat ground and right off the interstate! the arrows were a nice perk! Felt like we were under attack, but not really! I will definitely stay here again. A great stopping place between El Paso and San Antonio! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We don't need the amenities of fancy parks on this trip so this park was great for an overnight. It's right off the freeway. In fact, you can see the traffic but it was not noisy. The site was wide and easy in/out. It's just a gravel parking lot but we did not have to level - site was level. At the PA rate, this park should not be bypassed. Owner was very nice and accommodating. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Big gravel lot next to the interstate. The most appealing aspect is the total price that gets you all utilities: including 50amp, Wi-Fi and cable TV. We were coming off a boondocking stretch so the utilities were welcome. Good spot for a night or so. We camped here in a Motorhome.
San Antonio to El Paso is too far for a one day drive, Fort Stockton is half way and one of the only cities to stop. This park is O.K. for a one night stop and as previous reviewers have said it's just a gravel parking lot. Well actually it's not gravel it's rocks and you don't want to be walking around barefoot or even in thin soled shoes. It's just fine though and I'd stay here again. The owner is a nice guy and for $16 what do you want? The power and water are good, the cable system is "just o.k." and the Wi-Fi has been turned off due to abuse by one of the full timers who down loaded something that set off alarms with the cable company. It's a "park and stay in your rig" type of place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a gravel parking lot, but it is excellent for a one night layover. Easy access on and off I-10, but there is traffic noise. I gave it a 6 rating because the owner was exceptionally nice, and the hook-ups were very good. Voltage remained strong with many A/C units running in the park. Notably the sewer was close enough to use my 5' hose which I keep for quick easy clean up at dump stations. Would definitely layover here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Okay, so it doesn't have a pool or mini golf or store. BUT where else are you going to get 50 amp, water, sewer, cable TV and Wi-Fi for $18?? ($16 for 30 amp). Sites are larger than the other campgrounds in the area. Stone and dirt and sand but no dust, even on the very windy days we were here. Some semi-permanents but no junk lying around. Close to I-10 for easy off and on but you do have some noise from there. Within 1/2 mile of 3 gas stations; next door to golf course. We stayed here in December on our way west and said "never again." Decided to give it a try on our way east and I'll now say, "Of course we'll stay here again!" Since December, I've learned that western desert campgrounds are much different than eastern forest campgrounds. Ft. Stockton is a neat, historic Texas town. Super Wal-Mart to be completed in September; Lowe's Foods is expanding. Lots of geocaches; music in the town square; lots of history. Good place to stay for a few days of exploring. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As stated before this is a good place to stop over for one night. I would not want to stay more than that. Park is gravel and dirt, but surprisingly, no dust. Lot of semi-permanent campers. Within a month of so, a new construction project will start in Ft. Stockton, and the owner (very friendly) says he will be full for two years. The last construction project ended recently and he was full for two years for this project. So, be sure you check first. If we are by this way again, we will stay here, for one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No pretenses here, no frills level spot to park and sleep. Site long enough for my 40 foot fifth wheel where I did not even have to unhook. Verizon air card strong, AT&T and T-Mobile phones worked well. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Need a level place to park for a night along I-10? This does the job it has full hookups, cable and if you can get by with 30 amps, it's $16. If you require 50 amps, $18. Nothing to look at, but it's just fine for spending the night. Requires some watching which frontage road you take. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed this park 11 years ago, so we looked for it on this trip. Hard to find, as they had dropped their listings in the big directories due to the expense. The park is a ghost town compared to what it was in 1999, but for $16 it's a darn nice overnight! Has level sites, 30/50 amp, a clean shower and rest room, quiet residents and campers, honor-system check-in after hours, and a friendly "chief." Took off a point for no Wi-Fi. I'd do this camp again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We ended up here after getting bad directions to another RV park. Exactly as the web site shows. A dirt/gravel lot with a few small trees. $18 rate reflects 50 AMP service. Poor cable TV reception and only able to view a few channels that were supposedly available. Although close to the highway, road noise was minimal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Previous reviews are pretty accurate. This park is a dirt field that has been graveled. I suspect this would be a mud puddle in the rain. It's rows of pull through sites, separated by logs placed on the ground. Hookups are properly provided at each site. We paid the $16 standard rate for a 30 amp site. Note: this park is CASH ONLY. No checks or credit cards. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy on & off expressway, exit 257. You will hear road noise. We are in a stone pull through site and it's fine for an overnight stay. Site is a large stone/gravel lot with roads and sites not marked but you can figure it out. Looks like it was just built onto the existing campground. Disconnected truck and parked it next to 5th Wheel, site a tad short. Sprint cell phone & air card work OK. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is next to Interstate 10 and has road noise. Also occasional planes going over from the nearby airport. Restrooms/showers were not clean. Lukewarm water in shower. Only one restroom/shower for men and one for women. Large rocks, rather than gravel was used for the park. The park is mostly permanent residents. Not very neat around old trailers. We looked at four other parks in town and this was still the best choice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Comanche Land RV park is another of those stops along the way to your destination: it is not a destination RV park. It's level and most sites have cable TV. It does not look like much, but for $14, it is just a stop for a night's rest. We would stop here again passing through. 50amp electrical service is $4 more per night at this time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Only here for an overnight stay so we didn't really use much of the facilities. After the rolling hills of West Texas, it was a come down to be on a flat dirt space. But was easy in and out. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A convenient location just off of I-10. It is easy to get in and out. Office staff were friendly and helpful. Sites were big enough for our 41' motor home with room to park the tow car. It is easy to get into the sites. Sites are wide enough to put out slides on each side with a little room left over, but not a lot. The campground is gravel and dirt - or mud when wet. It is not much more than a parking lot with hookups. But it was quiet and felt safe. It is perfectly adequate for an overnight stay when passing through the area. I'd even consider staying there as a base if I had some other reason to be in Fort Stockton. But this is not a destination park by any means. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pulled in after office was closed. Directed to leave money before parking (cash in envelope in box).They had the open sites listed. Went to a 50 amp site and after pulling in found only 108kw on our meter. Luckily we had not left money yet, we did leave. It was totally dirt campground with rusted power boxes. Not even worth it at 16 per night. The pull thru site was not long enough for us and car either.
"WE DID NOT STAY AT THIS PARK" We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an in-transit type park just off of I-10 just outside Fort Stockton. The park is a gravel site with utilities added. No beauty. Just an excellent place to hang your hat for a night and move on. Numerous long-term workers stay in the park. Park seemed very safe. Bathroom is very basic, not clean and could use maintenance. I would stay here again if passing through. Office personnel were very friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Okay place to stay a night or two while visiting the area. Easy off/on I-10. Road noise is noticeable. Sites are close together. There are oil field workers living here but that's not a problem. Nothing fancy but a place to set the wheels. One shower (clean), good cable, level dirt sites, inexpensive full-hookup. We would stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The country needs more parks like this: a clean, no-frills park to stay overnight on the way to somewhere. It has full hookups ($12 for 30 amp, $14 for 50 amp). It's right by the interstate, easy off, easy on. Good dirt interior roads; level sites; easy hookups. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very pleased with this RV park for an overnight stop. Very easy in/out and an unbeatable price. We paid $16. $12 was the basic rate + $2 for 50 amp and $2 for cable. Seems to be a bit more than others paid. Host was very friendly. There are a great many monthlies here, and many older RVs, but we did not notice any cluttered, unsightly sites. Everything seemed tidy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If price is a consideration this could be a 10; if beauty is what one wants it could be a 1. Overall very adequate for an overnighter. The man checking me in very cordial. Though the entire park is of dirt, probably mud when it rains, sites are level and pull throughs. We checked another Passport park in town and decided to use this one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very basic campground with mostly permanent campers and some overnighters. The sites are large and easy to access, but that is about it. Cable is $2 extra and ours did not work well. The $13 price is for a 50 amp site. A 30 amp site is $10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK stop for the night right along side of I-10 so there is quite a bit of freeway noise. Nothing more than a stop over though as it is all dirt and gravel and no shade, but what do you want for $10 a night for full hookups? ($2 more for cable tv). Would stop again if ever in area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a good low cost overnight stop. Roads and sites are the same, rock and gravel. All sites are pull-thru. Fort Stockton about one mile away for all your needs and places to eat. You will hear some road noise from i-10. Owner was very nice at check in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our favorite I-10 stop over. Easy in and out, not too near freeway, lots of dog walking area, cable, and a honor system of pick your own spot after office hours. The only reason I do not give it a 9 or 10 is the gravel and clay sites can be a mess after a rain and there is no shade. For us the price and convenience makes it unbeatable in the region. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We used this park just for an overnight stay while traveling along Interstate 10. It was right off the highway, easy to get in and out of, and the gentleman running it was extremely pleasant, including staying late to wait for us since we were behind schedule that day. Good value for $13. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I give this park a 10 because it is exactly what it supposed to be and meets a specific need. Nothing pretty--mostly gravel sites with no landscaping, but they do offer very long and wide pull through sites and easy ingress and egress. The park is specifically designed for overnighters, is very inexpensive ($10 basic, and provide an excellent alternative to Wal-Mart or high priced campgrounds for overnight stays. We definitely need more of this type of park! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We parked here overnight because of positive ratings on rvparkreviews. com, and found the previous reviews to be right on target. The manager/owner is very friendly and when we discovered that the $10 thirty amp hookup wasn't going to power us with a second air conditioner, the manager allowed us to just drag our land line over to an adjacent 50 amp site and pay the 3 dollars difference. We saw numberous rv'ers camped overnight in the local "picnic areas" and out in the texas underbrush off the road, but for 10 or 13 dollars, you can get a good night's sleep at this park. A real no brainer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a bare-bones park that works very well as an overnight stop and it's conveniently located right off the interstate. A very nice man runs the office and will assign you a $10 site that is fairly level. Some sites have 50a and cable for an extra charge of $3 and $2 respectively. Our cable did not work and we were quickly given back our $2 extra cable fee. Interior roads and sites are gravel and dirt. Next time we're traveling between San Antonio and the El Paso/Las Cruces area, we'll stop again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We loved this little park with the huge Comanche arrows sticking in the ground everywhere.
It's the ideal no-frills park for the traveler who just needs a safe, clean, inexpensive place to stop for the night. I wish we could find more of these on the road. The rate we received was for being a Passport member and requesting a 50 amp hookup.We will use this park whenever we're passing through the area. Being able to visit nearby Fort Stockton was just an extra treat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
If you need a quick and easy-to-access RV park between El Paso and San Antonio, get off
I-10 in Ft. Stockton at exit 257, --the park is amost right at the westbound exit. A note on the office door said to put the $10 in the box, and pick your space. Most spaces were pull through (all gravel), and some had a sign saying "50 amp. The 50 amp. sites and/ or cable TV cost a couple of dollars extra. Don't expect lush landscaping , but this is a decent park at a reasonable price with with full hookups. The park's phone number is 432-336-6403. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
I gave this park a 9 because it is meets its mission. A no fuss, no muss $10 campground
with full hookups with easy access to I 10. Level gravel pull through parking, quick and easy check in. Why use Walmart when you can have a nice quiet view of the prairie and space to spread your slides for the night before heading on for a bargain price? We camped here in a Motorhome.
Please DO NOT confuse this crummy RV park with the much better Comanche Land RV Park. The Comanche Motel RV Park is located in a very rough looking area inside the town of Fort Stockton. This so called RV park is nothing more than a dirt lot behind the Comanche Motel. You can't see this from the street or we would have kept right on going. When we arrived it was getting dark and we were tired. The girl in the motel office quoted us a rate of $15 and said their rate included cable TV and Wi-Fi. We thought what the heck, it's only for one night. The girl's mother directed us behind the motel and we were shocked to find ourselves bouncing through a dirt lot that was rougher than a washboard. There was a lot of trash and debris in the area as well. There were quite a few campers staying there and they were quite friendly, however, we still felt compelled to sleep with a gun within easy reach. The only reason I gave this place a rating of 3 out of 10 is for the cable and Wi-Fi which worked very well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice folks to check you in. Everything is open now. Had a pull through site, 30 amp, and we did fit, but we're only 37' long. Power is somewhat lacking. Plugged in my surge protector, and it read 109v. We could run the ac, but turned it off while we cooked dinner to be on the safe side. Showers were clean, but a little dated. I think this might have been an old KOA. Hopefully, the new owner will improve on some of these issues. RVers do like their power. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pull-through site for tows was barely long enough. Power issues--low power. New owners in the last two weeks. Can't sell propane yet, restaurant not open yet, until everything is "changed over". Just stayed one night. OK for an overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Parked over night on a level pull-thru and did not have to un-hitch 5th wheel; good 50 amp power. This Park, like others in the oil patch are full of contract workers. We called ahead to reserve a site. Used VZ wireless air card. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is by far the best RV park in the area. Owners live there and there is pride in ownership, and it shows. But my rating is based on comparison to all the RV parks we have visited. Pros: very friendly and welcoming owner who is on site. I think this is important. Owners do not tolerate bad behavior so even though the majority of residents are long term, it's quiet and clean. There are only 4 bathrooms, but they are exceptionally clean. She puts all overnighters in the back of the small park so it's a little walk to bathrooms and pool and office. No soap or towels in the bathrooms. Laundry room very clean and spacious. Gravel sites and roads, but as level as any. Some trees, but no shade. Nicely landscaped and well taken care of around pool and office and bathrooms. They don't allow Rottweilers or dogs that look like Rottweilers. We don't have any dogs, but I don't like parks who discriminate against this breed. Pool was perfect temperature for a hot day. Great views for a sunset. Fort Stockton actually is an interesting town with a decent historical driving tour. We took a tour of the old jail . Free, with a nice docent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed at this park in the past and it has definitely seen better days. The friendly and helpful enough front desk staff mentioned that one of the owners passed away this past year and perhaps that has led to its demise. The restaurant was closed. The gift/supply shop is now non-existent except for some local wine and an ice freezer. Landscaping could use more attention and the entire park seems to need some general maintenance. We will probably look elsewhere next time and remember the good old days of this place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My visit to this park was for a one-night stopover. Staff was very friendly. At check-in I was given instructions for WiFi, but it would not work from my site. I was able to receive a signal at the office, but was then told that it probably would not reach my site, which was on the perimeter of the park. Had I known that at check-in, I would have asked for a closer site. Also, water pressure seemed very low. Because of these issues, I would probably not stay here again for any length of time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place was a pleasant surprise. It's about 4 miles east of town next to I-10. The woman in the office was friendly and efficient. Our rate was the Good Sam rate. This place appears to be a former KOA, with the A-shaped office building. There are long, roomy pull-through sites, with plenty of trees (but lots of clear air space for our satellite dish). The restrooms are a little different than most. You enter into a little hallway, with 3 little rooms, each with its own toilet, shower-in-a-bathtub, and sink. So you have total privacy for whatever you're doing. The restrooms were old, but spotless. The WiFi signal was strong. If we hadn't been in a hurry to keep going, we would have stayed longer. It's a lovely place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Probably the best location if you're overnighting in Fort Stockton; off the Interstate enough to be fairly quiet and with easy access. Some dust on the interior roads but nothing significant, and our pull-through was large, shaded, and level. The cafe was open for breakfast daily and for dinner on weekends. Verizon cell and data worked well, but the park WiFi was intermittent probably due to the high number of users. No obstructions for satellite from our site (49). We didn't use the restrooms, but the addition of an area for local oilfield workers may result in some crowding. Nice pool, although it was a bit too cool to use during our stay. This is a popular overnight, and reservations are recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A somewhat tired looking former KOA campground. Worn asphalt/gravel access roads and sites. Sites are mostly level with good spacing. A few trees here and there, but a lot of sites have no shade. Primary redeeming factor is the campground's location as a stopover point when crossing western Texas. Pull-throughs are long enough to avoid dropping the toad (at least with a 37' rig). Power OK, water OK, sewer OK, Wi-Fi has low signal strength and is very slow. Moderately strong Verizon cell signal with decent data speed. Most sites will have no problem with satellite access. We have overnighted here before when crossing Texas on I-10. We may do so in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A decent park especially coming off the road for the night. Staff was very friendly and informative. There is is a small cafe attached to the office with good, hot food. I was parked on the front row and positioned to exit right on the road. The Wi-Fi worked well from our site. There was no cable and unless you had a booster or dish, we could not get any of the three TV stations available from Ft Stockton. That said, it may have been a reason to go to another local campground if we were staying longer but for the evening, the price was right (29 - Good Sam) and TV is not essential for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park had received high marks from Trailer Life Directory, but that review must have been done some time ago as the park appears to be quite run down. The main electrical feed cable for our power pedestal is run above ground over to the next space's pedestal. The water pressure was poor, entry and interior roadways have many potholes. But staff was friendly and accommodating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Internal roads are gravel, sites are level and are fairly spacious, facilities worked well, site was satellite friendly. Staff were friendly, park WiFi worked very poorly, T-Mobile/Cellular One cell service was very poor. The park was quiet. Rate is Good Sam. They are listed on the Passport America site as being a member, but they claim they are not. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
First, lets recognize where this park is and quit harping about the sand and wind. West Texas is known for both. The park is clean, easily accessible, has good interior dirt roads, long pull-through sites with reasonable distances between each. The staff is efficient, helpful, and friendly. We've stayed here a couple of times and never had a complaint about the park. Now, as to the cafe. We've eaten a couple of dinners there and they were good, old southern cooking. The wine and beer selection is good with reasonable prices. We've only experienced one breakfast and may have caught them on a bad day, but the service was horrible. Over 45 minutes to get two orders of eggs, sausage and coffee. The cook seemed to be over her head as it appeared she could only work on one order at a time. That being said, we'd stay here again and even give the breakfast a try as the food was hot and good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Ft. Stockton. Wi-Fi was OK once we got connected but it took a lot of discussion and a move from one site to another. I suspect the office reset their server in the process. We stayed here in 2009 when it was a KOA and I swore I would never return because of the poor wi-fi. I cringe when folks in the office suggest that the reason I am not getting connected could be my computer. Good bath rooms and showers. Several TV channels are available from a decent, rotatable, antenna with booster. If you are multi-lingual you are in luck. If you are a cat lover you will love this park. We ate at the café which offers decent, hot, food in the $8 to $9 range. Don’t expect to find east TX smoked ribs here. $2 beers and a chance to chat with other campers makes it a nice sitting. We paid $30 which may have included our Good Sam discount. Rates may change from shift to shift. This is $10 to high for an off season stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just camped here one night passing through. It's about four miles East of Ft. Stockton - kinda out by itself. We had a good, level site (#56). We didn't hear much freeway/interstate noise. This time of year, not much going on here, but it was safe. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is good for a one night stay. Lots of cats running around the office and sites. Not strays as they appear to be friendly. We ate at the campground cafe and were not overly thrilled with the food. Pull-throughs enabled us to stay hooked up for the night. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The lady at the desk was very friendly. For a stop along I10 it's perfect. Unfortunately, the restaurant was closed on Mondays (day we arrived) and they do not serve breakfast. There is no cable TV as indicated. The sites are somewhat level and fairly wide. Access to the park and back to the freeway is very easy. I would recommend it for an overnight stop when going east or west. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The on-site cafe is open a few hours at night for suppertime, and the food is fairly good. The cook & server are both pleasant. The office sells milk and bottled wine. The sites are level, with small trees. The showers stalls are dirty, and the shower heads only dribble. Lots of friendly cats in the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had to move to several sites in order to find a good electrical box. The service poles in some sites are about to fall over. We had to take cold showers because there wasn't any hot water. The campground was supposed to have a restaurant, but it was closed. The sites were dirt. This campground has some serious problems that need to be corrected. Updates need to be made as soon as possible. It was difficult to reach the staff via the telephone. No one was there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had stayed here a few years ago and was not really impressed. We stayed this time, and the park is really a great place to stop for a night or stay longer in the area if needed. Great pull throughs, excellent power, water, sewer. WiFi is very good. The location outside Ft. Stockton in the country is very nice--great sunsets and sunrises. The office manager is wonderful, and the park shows that they care about it. Nice grass areas between the sites and plenty of room to move around the RV park to park. Easy access to Ft. Stockton for fuel, shopping for supplies or just sightseeing. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed one night, but this place was perfect for our needs. The sites were level gravel, didn't need to deploy the leveling jacks. The folks here were very helpful and friendly. We didn't use the shower or bathroom facilities or the laundry. The sites were very easy to get into and out of. If we were driving through this area and need somewhere to spend a night or two, this would be at the top of our list. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had been here when it was a KOA. Enjoyed it then and stopped again. Very friendly office. Long pull-throughs, and easy in and out. Though close to the freeway, noise not an issue. Good Wi-Fi. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is with 20% discount, as we had been here before. The restaurant was closed, as cook was on vacation. It is an older campground with many fifth wheels and full timers living and working in area. The park is in need of maintenance and overall trash pickup as blown about the public areas. Good for a overnight, but plan on eating in as it is far from restaurants, etc. Very friendly lady at the desk. Gravel driveways and pad sites. Located just off 1-10. Very windy when we were her in early June 2013. Some coach-height trees. The streets were wide....lots of empty sites. Kids were swimming in the pool. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here many times. It's cheap with Passport America and convenient for getting through Texas on I-10. The office personnel are very friendly and helpful. The WiFi was decent. Electric power was good and water was fine. The cable, for an extra $2, was fine. Strong Verizon 3G signal on the edge of the 4G, so a Jet Pack would probably pick up the 4G. Long, fairly level pull-throughs make it a good overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
O.K. for an over night stay but that's all. Junky sites with junk lying around various camp sites, including old appliances. Park was not very well manicured and looked unkempt. Cats running loose; dogs tied or left outside in pens, barking. Gravel and dirt sites, no pads. Washer and dryers out of order. When we were assigned a site the electric didn't work, and we had to move to a new site. The pull throughs were not long enough to pull through with out unhooking. There were people living there full time which is probably why it appeared junky. The couple running it were very nice and did the best they could to be accommodating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, older park; friendly, well organized staff. Nice pool. Wi-Fi was excellent. Lots of grass for the puppy, and they sell lots of beer. Would recommend to anyone for a short stay in Fort Stockton. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is definitely a one night only campground. No cable TV! Nice lady in the office told us Wi-Fi was good: wrong! It was so slow, I was not even able to get a signal. Would not waste my money again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campsite was okay for an overnight stay. The onsite café was not that great. The portions were too small for the price. This campsite is probably the best one to stay at for easy off and on the freeway access. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Poor Wi-Fi coverage. Had to sit in office to get decent signal. Showers clean but old and very much in need of remodel. Has on site cafe with limited menu for breakfast and dinner but since 5 miles from town it comes in handy. The pool wasn't open for the season during our visit so hard to judge. There is no hot tub. Would probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would have rated it higher, but the restaurant was closed on the weekend and sewer hook up was so far back we would have to buy more hose. We didn't hook up to sewer and just used the dump station before we left. We wanted to stay hooked up since we were only staying overnight. There were people not cleaning up after their dog. Also, sites are a bit confusing and an escort would be helpful. Seems like a skeleton crew for a weekend of business, but pleasant staff. Great Wi-Fi. I would come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
OK for an overnight. Sites are gravel, fairly level, and pull thru. Overall the place was not real clean but the utilities worked fine. Staff was courteous though I never received a return call from a message left earlier prior to our arrival. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy check in and enjoyed a wonderful breakfast in the on-site restaurant before pulling out the next day. Gravel sites basically level. Extremely windy when we were here. I mean, enough to rock our 27' unit! No issues with hookups. We were towing and they gave us a nice pull through spot with easy egress the next day. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well laid out - pleasant office check in. Would have preferred a more level site but my jacks did the job. Stayed next to the shower facilities Didn't use them but walked through. They were spotless plus free! TV reception was not good with antenna and don't have satellite. OK for an overnight stop and price was reasonable. Cafe serves breakfast and dinner during season. Rate was Good Sam We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pets are allowed but there is no place to walk them that is not full of sand spurs. Poor dog feet. Really liked the people here and the park. Great little Cafe. We got 5 local stations on the TV with good reception. NOTE: We have an HD antenna and TVs. The sky is so big it only took 5 minutes to set up the satellite dish for more programs. Our phones and AT&T air cards worked great. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'm not reporting a full review since we were just there overnight. FHU, pets allowed. The dog run in the brochure has been taken down. I don't know why, since they have the space. This used to be KOA. I don't think the new owners are really doing the upkeep that should be done at the park. There are quite a few permanent residents. Some have nice lots, others are questionable. No landscaping at all. A very ugly park. The highlight of this park is the restaurant on site. What a pleasant surprise! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
When traveling through this area, what I suspect most of us are looking for is a level site that is easy to get into and out of. A quiet respite after a day of fighting West Texas winds. This park provides that. Nothing to block satellite TV, so the lack of cable or air TV isn't an issue. Reports of poor Internet just meant we used our own. As on our previous visit, we found the small, on-site restaurant and its staff to be just great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a nice park for an overnight stay. We were far enough from the highway to eliminate most of the road noise. The staff was friendly and helpful. Although the roads are dirt, the park was quiet, clean, and well maintained. The sites were wide enough, but not much space left between us and the next site. The patio was almost nonexistent, but I would happily trade that for a quiet park after a long day on the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easily located along the highway. (Old KOA campground). Staff was very friendly. The gravel site was a good size and fairly level. The full washrooms were clean. We enjoyed our dinner at the cafe on site, good food for a reasonable dollar. No cable offered here and while there was WiFi, it was very poor. We were told it worked well in the cafe but I didn't bother. We noticed some cats wandering around which might explained the "droppings" around our RV site or: pet owners not picking up. It was very quiet at night and the road noise from the highway was minimal. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a stop for us when traveling I-10. The staff is very nice. They have an on-site restaurant that serves a very good breakfast. They also have a dinner that we understand is also very good. The sites and long and level, good distance between rigs. It is a nice over night or longer stay. The owner has three parks along I-10 and gives coupons for 20% off stays which is a nice bonus for staying at his parks. We will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park for short-term stay. Very friendly staff & lovely little restaurant attached for breakfast & dinner (Roadrunner Cafe). We had a great dinner there for $20 (2 people including good tip!). It's your basic RV park, no fluff & definitely not fancy. But if all you want is comfortable & complete hookup, this works. The advertised wi-fi is non-existent at the sites, but apparently works in the restaurant. I can't guarantee that, as I didn't bother to check. We'd stay here again, and for a pitstop, I'd recommend it to friends. We stayed in a motorhome with a tow vehicle (we're 66' long when towing), and we were able to keep the tow vehicle connected without blocking any roads. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overnight campground. Easy on/off to I-10. Four miles from town. Gravel sites/roads. Clean restrooms. Friendly/helpful staff. Pool closed for winter. No hot tub. Cafe on grounds. Mix of long-term (workers) and overnighters. Would overnight here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay. Everyone we spoke to enjoyed the place. The Roadrunner Cafe is much hyped but it actually lives up to its reputation. All the other area RV places are more expensive. One minor annoyance was the Cafe waitress brought her infant children into the restaurant and fussed with them as one of them misbehaved throughout our meal. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an acceptable overnight stop but we would never stay longer unless it was an emergency. The road into the park and all interior roads are dirt. The dust is unbelievable. Check in was simple and quick. No Wi-Fi. No cable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always stay at this park when heading west on IH10. Well managed park with on site restaurant serving home cooked meals at affordable prices. Restrooms at rear of park are full private bathrooms per individual with great showers. Nice trail for dog walking. Laundry facilities. Busy during winter months so you might want to call ahead. We LOVE this park as we travel with our two mid size dogs, and it's important for us to have a good space to exercise them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is Good Sam, facilities worked fine, could not connect to WiFi at site, Virgin Mifi worked fine. Staff were very friendly. Their cafe has a great supper. Site was level and easy to enter. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was an adequate facility for a short stay. Bathroom/showers were clean, utilities all adequate. Staff friendly and helpful. They have a small cafe on the premises for breakfast and dinner which was decent. We were told it's usually pretty windy but did not have that experience. Not a resort by any stretch but more than adequate for passing through. We stayed 2 nights. Rate quoted was with Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this park overnight and found the sites to be level and adequate for our 35 ft 5th wheel. We did not need to unhook and were able to reach all amenities. We arrived while the office was closed for lunch but we saw the cook from the cafe, and he came and helped us find our site. When the office opened, the clerk was extremely friendly and welcoming. We went to the cafe for dinner and found the food to be excellent, the price very reasonable, and the waitress very friendly and helpful. We only stayed overnight but will probably stay for several nights on our way home. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are very disappointed with this park.They need staff able to assign suitable sites. Our 36' MH is too long for the site assigned; we are unable to use the sewer. We are out in the street fore and aft with an adjacent permanent trailer and a car parked in front of it and in front of us, along with a tree to the right. We may have to unhook tomorrow to get out. Our friends next to us are also unable to use the sewer and will not be able to leave if someone moves in across from them. We made reservations a week ago, but were given these sites when many are available. The power and water pressure are good. They have Wi-Fi in the office. Price reflects a 20% off coupon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great for an overnight stay. Very friendly staff at check-in. Ample room for our 39' RV and truck to stay hooked up. Not a 'resort' by any means, but does the job well. Would stay here again when in area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The camp ground is in need of a face lift, the showers are in poor shape, the sites need work and the people are not as friendly as could be. The only one who talked to me was a young girl that waitressed in the cafe. The laundry machines did not work well. We are traveling from MA and have stayed at many RV parks and will look for a different RV park on our way back. Our opinion of the park is that it is in very poor condition, and we would never stay there again,and I don't know way anyone would want to. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our pull-through site was level and of sufficient length to accommodate motorhome and toad without detaching. Site faced the entrance road which had a fair amount of rush hour traffic as the park has long term residents who work nearby. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Easy in and out. There is a restaurant on site which offers breakfast Tuesday-Saturday. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very long pull-through sites for overnight parking with a tow. Restaurant on site. Relaxed pet friendly. East , out of town, of Ft. Stockton with "country" feeling. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a Good Sam discount. Nice park. 50 amp. Gravel sites. Park is pretty well taken care of. Nice people in the office. Can fill your rig with propane. Cafe serves breakfast and dinner. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used to be a KOA. OK for an overnight but not as a destination. Buildings are very old and a bit run down. Not very clean. Roads inside the park are pretty torn up. Staff was very nice. Close to freeway. Will consider again if passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and clean park. Nice receptionists who provided information about going to San Antonio. Easy access to our pull-through site, and the exit is very easy to I-10. The trees are the only ones in the area and provide a little shade. Really nice when they get the restaurant open. Definitely will be back if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK for overnight but nothing special. The cafe was closed, the lady in the office said they were moving. No WiFi, she said they were having problems with it. They appear to have a lot of permanent residents, but not too trashy. The lady in the office was nice, we didn't see any other staff. We might stay here again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here overnight and the site we were given was almost too small for our rig but we managed. Level sites and clean surroundings. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Location was next to the Interstate which is good for on and off but a bit noisy. There was a restaurant in the park and since we were there for an quick overnight, we went in for dinner. The catfish was fresh and hand dipped in cornmeal and the mashed potatoes were homemade. Breakfast the next day was equally good. Very nice surprise. The only downside was the WiFi was very weak. We will stay here again when back in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park, but clean and well maintained. Staff very helpful and friendly. Nice large and clean bathrooms/showers. Great little restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner. No cable and Wi-Fi was poor, but this is west Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park for the middle of nowhere. Only stayed overnight while on the road to California and back, park had a nice pool and playground for the kids, on-site cafe had great home-cooked breakfast and the staff were very friendly. Wi-Fi worked well and restrooms were clean; however, sites are a little close together. Ours had a broken picnic table and was not all that flat. Overall a nice park, we would stay there again while on the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a large, flat, gravel parking lot with all kinds of hook-up options. The rate reflects PA $10+2 for AC & 30 amp full hook-up. Cable is extra, plus there is a charge to wash your RV. For the price it's a good stop on the way to Carlsbad. Laundry and bathhouse weren't bad. We'd stay here again for a stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great stop between the Interstate 20 and Big Bend National Park, TX. We stop here to provision for a trip to the park. Level pull thru sites with clean facilities. The night sky is awesome. Bring binoculars. The big plus is the Roadrunner Cafe. Food cooked to order after a long haul is sweet. The food and the folks are great. A pleasant campground outside the city center. If you call Ft. Stockton a city. Ft. Stockton has Annie Riggs Museum, historic Ft. Stockton, and a giant Roadrunner, Pete. Worth an extra day to noodle around, stock up and head to the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An adequate overnight stop, but certainly not an 8 or 9. It is an old, worn out KOA, nothing like it's ad in TL. Many long-term sites, mostly unkempt, lots of junk. The site next to us had 2 old refrigerators outside. Quiet at night, but work trucks start leaving at 5am. Overall a big disappointment after reading reviews on this web site and their listing in TL. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a 10% Good Sam discount. I left the question about "shade sites available" checked with a "yes" but should note that there are a few sites that have a small amount of shade. Reading reviews of campgrounds in the area, it was a toss-up between this campground and another. We picked this one because we like dark, quite campgrounds. If you arrive at this campground between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. you will not find anyone in the office. The system is to take one of the map sheets with a site marked on it and go to that site, then to check back in when the office is open. A bit of a strange system, but it seemed to work OK. As noted, there are some longer-term residents, but this was not a problem. When we arrived at about noon, the park was only about 20 to 30% full. However, around 5 p.m. they started to stream in and, although not completely full, it was getting that way by dark. We got a site quite a ways back from the freeway, so we had no issue with freeway noise. We were near the entrance road with some traffic but not a big problem. Also, when we were there it was quite warm so we ran our AC most of the time. The sites are quite large for a commercial RV park, so you did not have the feeling of being cramped. Maneuvering around the campground was easy. Overall, we were very positively surprised at how nice the campground was, particularly given the area. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good park and we have stayed here before. Much busier this time due to oil and gas drilling in the area. This is an old KOA. New owners are updating the aging facilities. Sites are rather small, but adequate for our one-night stop. Didn't use the Wi-Fi. A sign in the office said it might be slow at busy times and using individual broadband card might be better. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very busy park! It's a great stopping off place in west Texas. The park is clean and well taken care of. There is an on-site restaurant that serves very good food at very good prices. We will definitely stop here the next time we are traveling through west Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is mainly a park for people passing through West Texas. As such, it served our purpose. The sites are gravel, level, and large enough that we did not have to unhitch. The park is pet friendly, but there is no dog run. There is a restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner (supposed to have very good barbecue), but we ate "at home. This is the last park for miles and miles heading east from Fort Stockton. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had read the reviews online and knew to ask for a site not facing the road coming in. We had site 32 and it was great. Office staff was friendly and easy to work with. Food at the Roadrunner Cafe was good and service quick. The park was pretty full both nights we stayed, but it was quiet, clean, and all the campers very sociable. We've already made our reservation for the return trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff was so friendly when checking in and that set a tone for the park. We wanted to change the original site and they were happy to make the change. Had breakfast in their cafe the next morning -biscuits and gravy, which was good. We would definitely stay again and check out the forts in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from I-10. Very friendly staff. Our site was level with plenty of room. The restrooms were clean and well kept. There is a restaurant on site which serves breakfast and dinner. Our dinner was excellent and reasonable. We would recommend this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed overnight on our way through. We had a long pull through and did not have to unhook. The staff was very friendly and the cafe was a good extra. The sites have room between and are big rig friendly. We will stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a regular stop for us in this part of Texas and while not a resort, the park provides everything needed for an overnight stay. Much depends on which site is assigned, since some are sandy and short, while others that front the entrance road are long and shaded. Hookups work well and Verizon cell and data were good. The cafe offers a limited menu, and is staffed by friendly folks; we enjoy not having to cook or unhook to drive to town. This isn't an area of quality parks, be we've stayed here many times and always been well pleased. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really don't like this part of Texas, but needed an overnight spot. Too close to I-10, but the gusty winds disguised the hwy noise. The sites are adequately wide, but pull through sites are too short; we had to disconnect, even though they said we would not when we made the reservation. (Our RV is only 32 ft.) Shower rooms not the cleanest we've seen, and shower water spray was too weak. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park! Friendly, helpful staff. Gravel roads, sites not level but are a mixture of gravel and old blacktop. Nice private showers/toilet/sink rooms but showers are small (32" wide) and ventilation is bad. Wi-Fi was slow to dead on most of our attempts to read email. Although they use a password, it has not been changed since its first use - we used our Verizon mobile hotspot. Roadrunner cafe, in the park, has good food - beer & wine is offered. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We use this park for an overnight stop only. It is not a destination park. The services are adequate and it is very quiet. The office is closed until 2:00 pm because that is when everyone starts coming in for the night, and the park does fill up. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for luxury, this isn't the place for you. However, if you are looking for a nice place to stay with GREAT service and many amenities, definitely stay here. The lady at the desk is an example of how people should be when greeting guests. She is outgoing and friendly and very helpful. The sites, while not spectacular, were everything I needed. Remember, this is far west Texas, there isn't much around. It also has an excellent small cafe with daily specials. I would not hesitate to stay there every time I'm in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really friendly and helpful staff, well maintained RV park, restaurant was very reasonable and the food was good. Quite and the campground was not too bright at night. Well done. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here several times and enjoy the park. Granted it is a bit rustic, but the sites are roomy and level, staff is friendly, restrooms are clean, and it is quiet. The on site Road Runner cafe serves a limited breakfast and dinner menu - food is pretty good. The town of Fort Stockton (Walmart, grocery store, auto parts stores, fast food, etc) is an easy 3 mile drive on a frontage road. Desert views from the park are very pretty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Agree with previous posts. No cable TV. We were able to get only 1 OTA channel in English, and the reception was choppy. (Love that new digital TV: NOT). Wi-Fi was weak and spotty, but reasonable with a laptop in the laundry room. Nice views to the north and south of mesas about five miles away in both directions. Rate included a 20% discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 5 or 6 years ago when it was a KOA and thought it was a nice park, however time has a way of changing things. The sites are gravel in need of some basic leveling and additional gravel. The concrete patio was in poor repair with a broken off corner. This campground had a large number of long term residents who started leaving at 5 AM. There are a number of cats roving the campground which initially was fine with us since we are pet lovers, but when one is walking on your roof during the night and howling, it is a tad upsetting. For a quick one night stay, I might stay here again, but would check out the competition first. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Good Sam RV park used to be a KOA park. It is in the middle of nothing, close to Fort Stockton. It was just an overnight stay for us. Pull throughs with full hookups, but no cable. Ladies restrooms were clean, individual rooms with full size tub/shower, toilet, sink and were well stocked with soap and paper towels. The woman working in the office was very friendly. There also is a cafe on the grounds, but we did not eat there. This is a good overnight place, but it is certainly not a destination. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects a 20% promotional discount. I stayed here for 1 night in a pull through site. Campground elevation is 3,000 feet. Maneuvering my 40 footer towing a dinghy was no issue. Roads and sites are a mixture of asphalt and gravel. Patios are grass and gravel. Sites are large enough to hold a tow and dinghy. My site was level and spacing is fair. My site offered 30/50 amp service & full hookups. Wi-Fi is included in daily rate. Their Wi-Fi is very slow. I was able to receive AT&T Wireless G2 Internet & Cellular service. I received Dish Network 110/119 Satellite TV from dish on roof of motorhome. Campground is pet friendly. Walmart and a grocery are 6 miles away. They have a restaurant but I did not use it. I am unable to comment on other amenities due to not using them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great overnight stop! Easy off and on from I-10, friendly staff, level sites, 70’ pull-through site, reasonable rates, excellent on-site restaurant for breakfast and dinner. As stated in an earlier review, there seems to be many permanent or semi-permanent residents but the night we stayed there were also several overnight guests. We found the campground to be very pleasant, convenient, quiet, and a restful place to overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice basic Good Sam RV park on I-10. Formerly a KOA. Seems to get a lot of repeat business. Gravel sites. Mostly level. Hosts were nice. Small restaurant on site for evening meals. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This should not be called an RV park. It is a trailer park. The lady who checked us in was very nice and helpful. For a reason I cannot pinpoint, I felt the rate was perhaps arbitrary, whatever she felt like charging. It is a small park. Sites are small and gravel. There was only one other overnighter besides us. All others are permanent, so permanent in fact, they have structures built and attached to their RVs and 100 lb propane tanks outside. They all go to work starting at 4:30 AM. Every 15 minutes another diesel truck starts up and idles for a long time. It is impossible to get any rest in this park in spite of the fact it is farther off the interstate than the others in this area. We do not recommend this park and hope we do not ever have to stay here again. The cafe is changing owners so liquor cannot be served. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a good stopping place between El Paso and San Antonio. Although it does not have cable (probably no one in that area does), the Wi-Fi was acceptable and it had a great campground cafe. This is mostly a one night stop for RV's and suits the purpose. You should consider making a reservation early in the day, because it does fill up sometimes, even in the off season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An older park that is in need of much updating. Previous review a month ago indicated the urinal in the men's room was out of service; still is. Sites are wide enough but dusty and unlevel. Lots of permanent residents; must be worker bees as there is a lot of car and truck noise early in the morning. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The cafe was open, and I had the ribs; very good and at $8.95 a real bargain. This park is worth an overnight stay but not for long term. The $24 rate was with my Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I am not very impressed with this campground. My campground book said that the sites were paved. They were covered with gravel. They said that there was a pet walk area. If so, it was not marked and had lots of sand burrs in the area. There are a lot of long term campers there. The cafe was closed because the work kampers were not there yet. The people that were there were friendly and helpful. The bathroom needs a lot of updating, the urinal was out of service. It is an OK place for one night, but not much more. I probably would stay there again, but only if that was the last resort. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pulled in very late, did not register just occupied a site. Walked into the office right after they opened to pay. Very rude woman working that morning. Restrooms were dirty, mold in showers. Campground was ok. Won't stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I'd try the park further west, over this one. Looked at it on our way out: seems much better. This park is very rundown except for the pool, restaurant and office area, which is only marginally better. A bunch of tent campers parked near the pool partied loudly until 3 am. No one made an effort to stop them, although this park has "quiet hours." Apparently not. I would not stay here again, even though the area doesn't offer a lot of choices. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It worked OK for an overnight stay, but really not much else I could imagine one wanting to come here for. The pull-through was not level, which is always a pain if you're just pulling for the night. It was long enough to not un-hook, which was helpful. There was a little store with ice and supplies. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great overnight spot. The food in the cafe is good. Staff was friendly and helpful. We were escorted to the site. It was nice to have breakfast at the cafe so we could just roll out in the morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is definitely only an overnight stay stop. There was no cable TV, the WiFi didn't work. We were supposedly put in a "new" site, but there was nothing special about it, just close to the road so we could get out of here fast. We won't be stopping here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have always stayed at this park along IH 10. But we can say that we will not stay here again. As in most RV parks, there is a turnover of staff and this turnover was not a good. Felt like we was bothering them invading their space, but not to wonder, we will not invade again! And the WiFi is non-existing! Why say you have WiFi when you do not? We drove into McDonald's in Fort Stockton to use their WiFi. Owner needs to understand RVer's like a smile on the faces of the people in the office! We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you can get to your destination without stopping here, do it. The gravel interior roads are full of pot-holes. The restrooms and showers are not clean. We could not connect to WiFi at our site or in the office or laundry room. Other people were having problems but we were all told it was our computers. A positive is the long sites are fairly level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped at this park while traveling across Texas. It is a great stop for overnight. The grounds are clean and well kept. Since we were only staying the night we opted for a pull-through site which was packed gravel with a concrete patio. The best part is that they have a cafe that offers breakfast and dinner. The food was great (especially the ribs!) I would definitely return to this park when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, utilitarian park. Great for an overnight stay. We pulled in early enough to enjoy the pool...after we scooped out the leaves and cleaned the lounge chairs. The staff was okay but not friendly. Laundry room was clean and well kept. Wi-Fi was good. Not a place I would stay for any length of time but great for a overnight stop when you just want to pull off the interstate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were looking for a place to spend two nights while driving across Texas on the 1-10. We couldn't have done better than here. Nice clean park, wide spaces and dog friendly. Easy access from the freeway and very quiet at night. The cable TV was clear and our satellite dish worked great too. We really appreciated the little cafe at the park. The staff was friendly at both the park and the cafe. We enjoyed both our dinner and breakfast. The food was great, the service excellent and the price was very reasonable. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Front desk was business-like and efficient. Restrooms and showers were average; there was some water damage to walls and ceilings. OK for an overnight; we were passing through and did not ask about extra amenities or activities. Convenient to the freeway, but far enough away to avoid road noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park continues its place as the best stop in the area, and was filled during our stay. Long pull through sites, some trees, and an excellent cafe make this a preferred stay for many travelers. Free Wi-Fi worked well. Nice pool, hiking trail, and office/laundry. Very friendly and professional check-in, but reserve early in the day if you hope to get a site. We'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and friendly hosts. Escorted us to our site and made sure we were connected correctly. Informed us of all the parks amenities. Only draw back was site, it was dirt and had very little gravel. Offered a dinner menu that was very good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Very convenient to get to. Nice park overall. The interior roads are a little narrow, but we did not have any problems with a 40 ft. motorhome. I strongly recommend calling at least a few hours before your are to arrive, they fill up fast for one nighters. We would definitely use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No TV. A little dusty. Internet was sloooooow: 20 minutes to open 4 emails. Some dog waste from pets of the resident next door. Nice restaurant, short hours; dinner 5 to 7:30 PM. Very easy freeway off and on. I'd stay again. Very friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a nice park, and well maintained. There are several long term residents but this is not a factor. The sites are not level and not as long as advertised, but adequate. The "dog runs" are not there and the areas designated are full of sand burrs and goat heads. You can't walk dogs there. There is a nice little cafe with good, reasonably priced food. We would stop again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great overnighter. Little cafe was very reasonable for dinner and breakfast (at 7:30) was good, fast, and cheap. They even filled the thermos free. As previously stated just flat gravel pull throughs with about 80 places to hook up. Very, very friendly staff and will stop again as we cross the US. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a good place to stop for a night or two. Staff went out of their way for their customers. Park is mainly long term campers but they have a row in the back for overnight. Campground is dirt and gravel and it tracks inside your rig. Good Verizon air card and phone service. Spectacular view from the park. Easy on/off the interstate. Park had a water problem due to the extreme cold. No water was available and repairs had to be made to their well. Thankfully, we always carry some fresh water on board. Situation was corrected within a day. The winds can howl at this place. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great place to stay for one night. There is not much to do in Fort Stockton. The sites were level and easy to get into. The water wasn't working because of the extreme cold. The food in the restaurant was very good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overnight stop only! Roadrunner cafe ribs were great but breakfast was very salty and not very good at all. The site was adequate and the reason for the low rating is that I have never seen so much dog waste anywhere: least of all in a campground. We always pick up after our dog, but apparently at this park nobody cares because there was waste on every patch of grass, on the gravel sites, in the middle of the road and all over the "pet walk" area. It was absolutely disgusting and we had to keep checking our shoes so as not to tramp it into our rig. Yeuch. We would never stay here again: not even for a "stop 'n' go" overnighter. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a great place. Nicely landscaped, large sites and very friendly staff. Unfortunately, we could only stay one night. Definitely a 10. We had breakfast in the cafe and had some of the best pancakes we've ever had. The menu may be small, but the food was excellent. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is always a good overnight campground. We stay here every other year or so. No frills, but always feel safe and comfortable. Many full-timers here. Guess they are with Haliburton or some other oil company. Lots of diesel trucks starting up early each morning. Noticed several FEMA trailers. Wondered if management knows that the sewage system for them is not set up for RV parks since they have home flush toilets. We have seen many of them in many parks and cause us much concern as they are not compatible with RV sewage systems. The FEMA trailers were to be sold by the Government for "storage units" only and not to be habitable for humans since the Katrina incident. Probably only former Government people like us know that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well located right off I-10, but quiet. Check in was easy, and roads were wide enough to maneuver our motorhome though without issue. Our site was reasonably level and easy to get into with good hookups (appeared to have been recently installed). All in all a nice experience, and we will certainly stay here again in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have said, this is a great over-night park. The Roadrunner cafe was very good again, but the staff shortage means they are closed on Monday morning (so we missed their breakfast). Just a note, if the Roadrunner closes, we'll stay elsewhere; the convenience of the cafe is what brings us here. The wi-fi was extremely slow (so slow I could not get into my work site), but the Verizon air card worked well. My opinion--offering poor quality wi-fi is worse than not offering it. I wasted a lot of time and was frustrated because I tried theirs first. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off I-10. The park is mostly gravel, but well maintained. It's mainly in desert, so there aren't any lakes nearby. The staff, or "workcampers", were extremely friendly. The restaurant located on sight is small, but the food is delicious. We had the pleasure of meeting the park owner, and he is truly a good hearted man. This was our 3rd time staying here. We will do it every time passing through Texas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great overnight stop. There is a restaurant on site so we had good evening meal, but power went off in the morning. Had a new pull through site. Had a tree problem for slide. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed in this park over the past four years as a stopping spot either going west or coming home. The park has gotten much nicer! The long term residents have cleaned up their act, the roads, while gravel, are all spotless, and the camp, in general, seems much better cared for. The on-site restaurant is pretty good and, while we did not use it, the pool appeared well maintained. Definitely a nice place to layover on the long drive across TX. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners of this campground made us feel welcome and comfortable. From the time we called for availability to the time we registered and set up we were treated very well. We use an aircard so we don't know if the WiFi worked. We ate at the cook shack and it was fantastic, (especially breakfast). We will stay here again when we pass through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was formerly the Fort Stockton KOA. We have stayed here dozens of times over the years and have had mixed experiences. On this most recent trip we were pleasantly surprised to find that much needed work is underway to improve and upgrade the park. The facility had been a bit shabby. It is encouraging to see the TLC underway since the sites are too short, and impossible of many motor homes and big 5th wheel rigs. The staff are extremely friendly and efficient. The small restaurant on site serves up a great breakfast and supper. This park is one of our favorites for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were in a pull-through site. Nice green grassy area for the table with plenty of room for our slide outs and room to sit outside. We had a good WiFi connection but no cable TV. We discovered that there are no gas stations at this exit, so after leaving, we had to go back 5 miles. We were only here for overnight, but found it to be a nice campground. We would stay here again if ever in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We called ahead for reservations since we knew we would be arriving late. The lady on the phone was friendly and patient with my cell phone breaking up during our conversation. We had a reservation kit in the drop box as she promised. Map was provided with clear instructions to our site. Wi-Fi was supposed to be included but we were not given a password to connect. We were unable to access any television stations at all. The park was relatively clean, but there seemed to be a lot of fulltimers here with lots of clutter around their sites. Also encountered the loud motorcycle someone else mentioned. OK for an overnight. Think I might skip Fort Stockton altogether if given a choice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
OK for an overnight. A lot of construction workers with lots of "stuff" around their sites. Staff friendly. Never was able to connect on their Wi-Fi. Voltage at their box (in the two sites I checked) was only 114. Was very careful not to use more than one thing at a time. Pool not heated. Seemed overpriced to use only their electric for overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After a very long day of traveling this is where we ended up. The signage is hard to find but the staff was very nice. The grounds are mostly desert setting and the site was ok. No real issues to speak of. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed in this CG overnight. Arrived after the office was closed but called ahead to make a reservation. Reservation was in the drop box when we arrived with clear instructions/map to our site. Park has clean restrooms/showers. My wife was impressed with the ladies private bathrooms with tubs. Never seen that before anywhere. Roadrunner Cafe was closed even though we arrived way before the advertised closing time. No cable TV and the WiFi service required password which was not provided to us in the reservation. Noticed several homesteaders. Someone revved up his motorcycle at night which was quite annoying. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is good for an overnight visit. The staff is friendly , but they will tell you that activities are few. The sites are old gravel and semi level. Our 42' motorhome + truck did not fit completely in the site, but the staff doesn't care. I carrying orange cones. This is laid back Texas. The pool is small, and they offer meals at the restaurant. The power went out while we were there, and power is needed for running water. Small trailers had problems. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This seems to be the best campground in the Fort Stockton area. Desert landscaping helps to alleviate the bareness of the area. A nice sitting area near the pool provides welcome shade. The campground and restrooms are clean, and the staff was friendly. Sites and roads were gravel. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed one night. This was a very nice campground out in west Texas. Really did enjoy the onsite cafe (Roadrunner Cafe) that made it easy so we did not have to go into town after driving all day for food. Menu was limited but the food was good. Did have WiFi but signal was ony 2 bars which made it hard to stay connected. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We only stayed overnight but it was clean and the staff was friendly. We checked in as a late arrival and the process was simple. I especially liked the way the site locations on the check in sheets were organized by rig length. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent a week at the Fort Stockton RV Park. This park has the greatest "private" bathrooms we have ever seen. Family bathrooms in the rear of the campground and private rooms for the ladies in the front, with bathtubs. The cafe' was wonderful for supper and breakfast and the prices were right. The sites are long enough where you don't have to unhook, unless you want to and even though you are in the desert, there is plenty of grass and trees. Actually the only grass and trees we found in quite a few States out West. The staff and owners were very friendly and helpful. But, oops, no cable TV. Oh well, I was forced to have a conversation with my husband, which actually proved to be quite enjoyable. We would recommend this campground to all who want to take in the sites of West Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. Easy on/off from I-10 for an overnight stay. Fairly level pull-through site with grassy areas between sites. Reasonable amount of space between sites, maybe 15-20 feet. Wi-Fi signal not strong on our site and no Cable TV. Pool is having the last touches put on before filling. Staff was friendly. One of the staff came by to pick up our LP tank for refilling for $20. The Roadrunner Cafe is on site but didn't get a chance to eat there. Prices were very reasonable. Nice place for our quick, overnight stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this park several times and always feel that we surely get our money's worth. Yes, the internet did not work great but for $27 I'm not complaining. And, will stay here anytime we're traveling this direction. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When considering this park, you have to consider the purpose. As an overnight stop between Kerrville and Las Cruces, it is perfect. The pull-through was long enough we did not unhook the tow vehicle, and we ate at the Roadrunner Cafe (decent food, right amount, good price). Little grass on the sites, but it is West Texas, after all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Above average "over nighter." There is nothing in Fort Stockton but it's half way between El Paso and San Antonio and a convenient stop-over. All pull throughs, clean, and an excellent on-site diner. Dinner for 2 with beer and wine for $20.00. Good food; plenty of it too. Well kept. Mostly gravel. Easy on and off of I-10, but noise not an issue in the spring with windows closed. Might be during the summer with windows open. Will stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We pulled in around 2:30 and the people working the desk helped us get registered and couldn't have been nicer. Our site was plenty long (we are in a 40 ft MH with 3 slides), and we were perfectly level. The sites and road are gravel but did not cause any problems. We almost didn't come to this park because of the reviews, but decided to since none of the choices sounded any better. I am so glad that we did. This is a nice campground and except for some noise from the interstate, which wasn't unbearable, I would come back here in a heartbeat. It was also great that they have a restaurant (Roadrunner Cafe) right in the campground and the food was pretty good with a good price too. The only thing I would have liked was cable TV, but with satellite we didn't need it. We stayed for 2 nights and had no problems. . We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an RV Park, definitely not a Resort, but having said that, it is OK. We'd stay overnight again. The in-park cafe is a Mom and Pop operation (literally). The food was good and it is nice to be able to get a hot meal without having to unhook the car and go find a place to eat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was many years ago that we stayed here and now find the park is full of permanent or definitely long term residents. They have several huge bumps on the entry road which we didn't find the need for. We barely made the tight turns to our assigned site and with the car hooked up to our 38 foot Motor Home we just fit. There is no TV or cable and the 50 amp power was only 117 without running anything. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good overnight stop with easy on/off of I-10. When I called to check on availability, the lady on the phone was very friendly. The roads and sites are dust and gravel, but the park is clean. There is a playground for the kids. The dog got burrs in his fur here. The pull-through was long enough for our 40' motorhome and toad, but not level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Granted this park is not a five star resort, but it definitely is not the dump that another reviewer called it. We have stayed here several times over the years, most recently a week ago, and it is a good place to stop for the night. The staff is friendly and makes you feel welcome. The roads are gravel as are the sites. There is a grill and table at most sites. We noticed that they have nice, new tables. The individual restroom/showers have always been clean, but could use some updating. I wish they would add cable TV, but at least they have Wi-Fi now. It was slow at times, but usable for checking email. The landscaping is lacking, but take a look around; this is West Texas where it is not lush and green. The biggest change we noticed is that there seemed to be several long term residents (probably local workers and probably due to the economy), but their sites were well kept. I am sure we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off of I-10, EZ off-on. Staff was very courteous and helpful. Sites are gravel/dirt but plenty big enough for my 34ft motorhome and toad. NO CABLE, there is WI-FI but we used our AT&T Air Card. Supper at the Roadrunner BBQ and Cafe (on site) was good and the prices were very reasonable. Restrooms were very good. Would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a dump. We have stayed here 3 times over the course of 3 years, and each time it gets worse. It may be the best in town, but that's not much. The food was very good, and the staff was very nice. It desperately needs upgrades, and maintenance. We only stay overnight and never leave the RV. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Right off I-10, north side, this is certainly just an overnight stay, not a destination. Little far away from Fort Stockton itself, but from what I could tell the best spot for an overnight stay. Sites are simple dirt, hook ups are water, sewer and not so reliable power. No cable is offered at this site. Wireless internet is available but very low speed. Clean facilities and dinner at the Road Runner Restaurant on site not the best meal I ever had. Very clean, courteous staff, but a lot to improve on food, may be breakfast will be better, but I am afraid to try now. Office provides a few essentials for your stay. Again, a quick overnight stop is all I can choose to comment about Fort Stockton RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is a big sign "God Bless You" as you enter the campground. But I have never met more un-Christian rude and obnoxious people. Give this one a big zero if you have one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very accessible from the interstate and the sites are level and large. They are gravel with gravel patios. The employees were friendly and helpful with information regarding the surrounding area. The park does not have cable and there are no local stations so, unless you have satellite, you will not get much reception. Good park for an overnight stay but I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is basically not a destination vacation spot, but a stopover for one or two nights. The restrooms were very nice and clean. There was minimal freeway noise with easy access off and on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great find for an overnight stay. We drove all over Fort Stockton to check out the others and there was no comparison. Spaces all have some grass and are surprisingly large. On site cafe is great! As others say below, this is not a destination resort but has everything we need for an overnight stay. We'll certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best Park in Fort Stockton. Clean restrooms and showers with a tub in private rooms. Old but kept up well and neat. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Restaurant on site with good menu for dinner and breakfast. Free wireless internet. Gravel sites and level. I would definitely stay here again. I have checked out other parks in Fort Stockton and they don't even begin to compare with this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good location for travelers, just a couple of minutes off I-10. Sites have lots of room between campers, and our site was long enough to keep the truck hooked up to a 32' fifth wheel. Everything is is old and dated, but clean. We were only five sites away from the office, but couldn't connect to the Wi-Fi. We moved to a chair outside the office, but still couldn't connect. Modem in the laundry room wasn't working either. We would stay here again because our dog loved all the open space around the park to run and play, and we had a quiet nights rest. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent one night here. First the only downsides--a bit out of town; wi-fi was weak (so weak late that I could not use it anymore and had to switch to my air card); sites a bit unlevel (like a typical KOA; dirt/gravel parking spots). Now the pluses--quiet (even though close to the highway, we did not hear it and we had our windows open all night); the Roadrunner Cafe was very good (great value, nothing fancy, but a good amount of good food at a low price--you have to season it, though); grass at the site; the prickly pear cactus was pretty; everyone was VERY friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stop at this park whenever heading toward New Mexico or going to Big Bend National Park. Easy ingress/egress. The adjacent cafe served a very good breakfast. We were given the understanding that improvements, which are needed, will be made to the park in the near future. We feel that we got what we paid for. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here for one night and will definitely stop again on our return trip, probably for two nights. Friendly, clean and well run. Lots of space at each site, easy access. Don't know how they do it but the site is close to the freeway with no noise. Wi-Fi is a bit disappointing but given the location this is not surprising: appears to be a satellite link instead of fiber optic. Don't wear yourself out by trying to cross 500 plus miles of west Texas in one day. Stop and enjoy a night at Fort Stockton RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for one night. Just off the freeway, so some freeway noise. Sites were on the short side. Restrooms were a little old, but clean. Wonderful place to eat there, The Roadunner Cafe. Nothing fancy, good home cooking, friendly staff, and the price cannot be beaten, $20 for 2 people. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here as an overnight stop. Park is well maintained. The staff is friendly and helpful. Sites were gravel and level. Not too far from the freeway so there is some road noise but at an acceptable level since access to and from I-10 is a breeze. Great spot for an overnight stop and seemed to be the best option locally as we drove the freeway. They have a cafe on site which we did not try but since the park is out of town, is a nice option. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access off I-10 and about 1/10 mile north. Even though it is near the interstate, there was little to no highway noise. The sites were gravel and easy to pull through. The office staff was very nice and competent. The park had about 50% long term residents. There is no cable TV but the digital, on-the air signal is good. We would stay there again next time we transit the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here at the beginning of our trip and also on the way home, 2 1/2 weeks later. The campground is clean and well run. With a store available at the office with essential provisions, gifts etc. The pool looked inviting in the 100 degree temperatures, although we didn't get the chance to use it. We have two large dogs, so a trail walk close to the entrance of the park was perfect for exercising the dogs. Wi-Fi was weak, although we weren't too far from the office. There is a restaurant open Friday, Saturday & Sunday's this time of year, we ate breakfast there on our first visit -which was excellent. A positive experience for a one night stopover. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of our favorites. Lots of room. Sites surrounded by well maintained grass. People very friendly and helpful. Shower heads need attention but otherwise very nice experience. The breakfast was awesome!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a good over night stop. Easy access to sites. Site was level,and gravel. Very dusty. Roadrunner cafe was a great place to eat while there. Staff was helpful. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Where do we begin. Twenty minutes into our arrival the lights went. It's approximately 330PM and 97 degrees and there is no electricity in the campground. This happened twice in a three hour span. The ground was so unlevel that it had our rig leaning towards the left and I thought it was going to tip over. We were so concerned we retracted them and never even opened our slide outs. The aircard worked very poorly. The only positive of this no frills Campground is the Restaurant. The chicken fried steak and the spare ribs special with the mash potatoes and lemon cake deserve a nine. Its questionable whether or not we would stay here again or not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park. Very friendly office staff. Free Wi-Fi. Campground seemss well maintained. Nice cafe "Roadrunner Cafe". Serves Breakfast and Supper only with great prices. Definitely would stay here again. Lots of cactus in bloom and if you look close you may see a real roadrunner darting into the grasses. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park, overall, considering the location. The sites do attempt to have some grass, but being basically a desert or high desert location, it is really mostly dirt. There are trees, and they are higher than basically any of the RVs, so they do provide some shade. The pads are gravel and are level. The bathrooms were older, but are clean and private. There are even some private tub units for the women, if that is your thing. I would prefer a shower, myself, so I used the shower unit. They are large-- the whole unit, not the shower itself. There were lots of cacti in bloom around at the time. And kitties! There is a cafe, which we ate at. It was out of most of the food we would have wanted to order, but I guess that meant it was popular. The name of the cafe was the Roadrunner Cafe, and as we were leaving we saw a live roadrunner in person! Very cool! The staff was very friendly! And they sold postcard stamps in the office, which I had been looking for all across the country! Would stay here again, if I needed to go through Ft. Stockton for some odd reason! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Was travelling west on I-10 and noticed this little park on this website. The other reviews are totally accurate. Staff is very friendly, prompt, and courteous. Sites are level, and the onsite restaurant is great! We stayed here in a 36' class A motorhome, with a 29 foot trailer and they had a pull spot that fit us perfectly! Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A flat and dusty Texas RV park, pretty nice. I liked the jogging trail. The Wi-Fi was slow. The only over-the-air station we could get was in Spanish. Although it's near the interstate, it's far enough away from any population centers that it was relatively quiet. The pool wasn't heated so we didn't swim. There are 2 sets of bathrooms--one at the office building, which had older bathrooms with tubs in them, and one with individual shower rooms, newer, at the opposite side of the park. Grass, trees and picnic tables at each site, but they're flat and easy to get in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here for an overnight and for that it is adequate. There is no cable TV and only three local channels which were all too weak for our antenna. Also the WI-FI, which is free, is extremely slow. The park itself is fine. It is surrounded by trees and the sites are nice and large. We ate at the cafe. The food was OK, nothing special, but I didn't have to cook it so it was worth the $8.95 price. This park is fine for an overnight, but would not stay any longer than that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, office staff friendly, it has a store and a cafe that sells breakfast and dinner. The food we had was excellent and economical, worth the stay for the food. Sites are level, gravel with some shade. TV is minimal, just two stations and that is iffy. Campground seems to be well maintained, and very close to I-10 access. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice big shade trees at most sites. No cable but Wi-Fi worked well. I got two TV stations. Small store attached. Has restaurant that serves breakfast and supper in season. I didn't try the restaurant. I would stay again. Friendly people. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice well kept older park. Very nice and helpful people. Easy access off of I-10. The sites are gravel but nice and most are pull through with enough room to keep toad hooked up. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you don't stop here for any other reason: they have a really excellent cafe that serves a great dinner and breakfast. Also the wine that is sold here is very good. Has a nice staff, laundry and gift shop. We have stayed here at least 4 times in the past 3 years and will definitely stop again if we are anywhere in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just parked here for one night on our way to Carlsbad. Nice park with reasonable sized lots. Electric and water worked fine. Didn't have time to use the facilities but from what we saw they seem acceptable. Nice place for a stopover. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great stopover spot with easy access to I-10. Park was clean and sites level. The Roadrunner cafe has really good ribs plus other food items. We camped here for one night. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An older, but very nice park with easy access just off I-10.The staff is friendly. They also have a restaurant. There appears to be a fair amount of permanent residents, but there are plenty of pull through sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great RV Park--nothing fancy but clean. A lot of permanent folks, but sites were clean and not cluttered. There is a separate area for overnighters and sites are long enough that unhooking the toad is not necessary. Streets and sites are asphalt/gravel. Sites are wide with a nice picnic table. One of the best things about this park is the great restaurant. For dinner we had ribs, "real" mashed potatoes and beans. Drink and dessert included for $7.95--and brought enough back for another meal. Other entrees are also available. For breakfast the next morning DH had eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy, juice and coffee for $4.95. Cannot beat the prices and the food was excellent. Good stopping distance between El Paso and San Antonio. We will certainly make this a stopping point when traveling this road, which we do at least once a year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, little park in the middle of nowhere, Texas. Actually, traveling from San Antonio to New Mexico, this is the most logical place to stop. Friendly staff and nice wide, level sites, although just hard dirt. The beauty of this place is the "unknown" little restaurant they have. Called the "Roadrunner Cafe", they have breakfast and dinner, hours are limited but the food is GREAT! Would give it a higher number but the park is a little older and in some stages of renovation. All in all, will stay again when passing thru. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is OK for overnight. The thing I disliked most was all the dog waste most everywhere. The thing I liked most was the laundry: clean. The washers only $1 but dryers $2, but they get the job done. Showers were very nice. I was told the nearest Super Wal-Mart was 90 miles away but there is a regular Wal-Mart 5 miles from campground. So much for getting supplies here. The grocery store in town was not recommended for stocking up on groceries. Easy access to park. Staff friendly. Sites roomy. Would stay here again for an over nighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is situated just off the Interstate and is in a very good state of repair. Nice Layout and has most amenities to include a Cafe which serves good, very reasonable priced food. Has a small store and is about 4 miles from Fort Stockton which has many services and tourist sites. No weekly/monthly posted rates on website or cable TV which would help them get longer staying RVers. Highly Recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park that was conveniently half way between El Paso and San Antonio. It has gravel sites and roads. It is pretty popular and fills up most nights during the winter season. There are nice picnic table with benches. The office staff is very friendly. We would return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We use this park for overnighters between Kerrville and Las Cruces. They have a cafe which my wife likes, plus level and large pull through sites. This is an excellent rest stop. Not much freeway noise. We plan to stop again in January of 2010 on our way across Texas. I highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second stay at the Park. We traveled to California from Louisiana and stayed going out as well as the return trip. It's your typical desert style RV Park -- not many trees and lots of gravel, but well maintained. Management was very friendly. They have a cute little restaurant on site if you don't feel like cooking. There is also a hiking trail around the perimeter of the park if you want a little exercise, although there isn't much to see. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here twice while going to and from Port Aransas. Nice friendly staff. The Wi-Fi is a little weak in space 56 & 57 where we stayed as I think the signal is blocked by the restroom building. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the last campground for 200 miles East or West other than some pretty low life ones. It is in a windy, sandy part of Texas with gravel sites and dusty roads. The folks are nice and accommodating. The Roadrunner Cafe is part of the campground and serve wholesome, good food. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park in the middle of nowhere Texas. About 1/2 way between El Paso and San Antonio. Very nice front desk personnel with a small store/gift shop. There is a small cafe attached, but we left before they were open the next morning. This park is well-maintained and far enough from I-10 to be pretty quiet. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent the day after Thanksgiving there. Nice park. The trees were shedding leaves because of fall which added to the natural look of the park. The sites were long enough for our rig with truck. Hookups were as promised. The Wi-Fi worked well. Although there was no cable TV I understand it is out in the country. Where is there cable TV in the country. The staff was informative and helpful in all areas. The were very knowledgeable of the area in offered answers to all questions. Very nice dinner and breakfast! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was clean and typically dusty as are most dry-area parks. Our stay on Thanksgiving Day included a free turkey, with all the trimmings, dinner in a very small restaurant next to the office. Expectations were low, but the meal was actually very good. The assigned space was adequate for our 43' rig, but the exit route from our "pull-through" site included some impossible turns. We elected to back out from the space, thereby avoiding the difficult maneuvers. Proximity to the freeway was sufficiently distant that noise was not an issue, even though we had windows open most of the evening. We would stay here again -- even if we didn't get a free dinner. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, the interior roads are paved, and gravel sites, table, some grass and trees. The cafe serves dinner (very good mesquite ribs) and breakfast. There is no cable TV but trees are not much of an issue with satellite TV antennas. The site we were in was billed as 60 feet long but our 36 ft motorhome with tow vehicle was very close to the roads in front and behind. The free Wi-Fi has serious slowdown issues in the afternoon when most campers get in and apparently log on. We would use it again for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here usually 1-2 times a year and think it is a very nice overnight stop. The owners are really great. The sites were gravel, plenty long, and wide enough to handle slides. The free Wi-Fi was strong, but there was no cable TV, and very few off air stations are available. The individual restrooms/showers have always been clean. The on-site restaurant has good food. I am sure we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice for an overnight stay. The grounds are very well kept and have some nice touches in decoration around the office. I believe we were in site #5 and it was plenty large for a 40' motorhome with 4 slides towing a car. We were able to pull in without unhooking the toad. The cafe was a real plus! We didn't try the dinner but the cooked to order breakfast in the morning was really nice. The staff was also very nice. We will definitely stay here again while driving through Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a pleasant surprise - apparently shedding the manacles of KOA has given the owners an opportunity to improve the park. Sites were long, wide and level (gravel), trees provided shade, and hookups were convenient. The free Wi-Fi worked well until the morning when it disappeared. A real treat was the on-site cafe which served a home-made meal each night - the country ribs were great! A very nice park; we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Decent looking park especially for an overnight stop headed somewhere else. Monthlies segregated from overnighters a plus. Short, narrow sites make vehicle parking difficult but manageable. This is the near perfect overnight stop that I would use over and over again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed here overnight but the park was well maintained with lots of level sites. It even had trees! It was a little tight because we have 4 slides but it was definitely the best park in that area of Texas. We didn't have a reservation and thought we would just stop somewhere. Well, there isn't many "somewhere's" in West Texas and we were very happy to find a place this nice to stay in. It was right off I-10 but we didn't really hear any highway noise. There was a restaurant on the property where we have a good breakfast for a reasonable price. We will definitely stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a stop over for two nights. Very nice owner and very helpful.The sites where level did not need to use the leveling blocks. The restaurant on the grounds has great food and very good prices. We enjoyed our stay and will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is a convenient stop between no where and nothing you might say. However, it appears that the owners are not putting anything back into the park. There are several pull thru sites that will accommodate the large RV with tow vehicle. The sites are gravel/dirt and some grass/weeds. There are some shade trees. There is a small restaurant that serves dinner/breakfast. We tried the dinner it was OK. There is no playground or dog run. It shows these facilities on the campground guide but they no longer exist. There appears to be some full timers in the camp ground. A convenient stop if you are in the area but not the most desirable campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I think the best thing about this former KOA campground is they have a full service cafe (Roadrunner Cafe) serving breakfast and dinner at great prices. Menu prices top out at $8.95. I had the catfish dinner and portions were generous. Their convenience store stocked all of the necessities including beer and wine! The park is quiet and it was easy to get in and out of my pull through space. All sites are gravel, not much shade, but well kept. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The only negatives I can comment on is placement of the the sewer hookup which is located far away (to the rear of the sites) from the electric/water hookups. You'll need an extra long hose to reach or you can do what I did...hit the dump station on your way out. Also, they claim to have free WiFi, but while I was there I could never get connected. There is no CATV. Amenities include: pool, playground, horseshoe pit, basketball court, outdoor BBQ pit/patio and laundry facility. Rates are reasonable. Using my Good Sam discount I paid $24.30 for one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had not been here for two years, so we were glad to see that free Wi-Fi is now available, and it worked fine when we were there. As mentioned by others the park is no longer affiliated with KOA. The staff was still very friendly, and everything was well maintained. The sites are gravel, reasonably level, and have a table and grill. This makes a great first and last stop for our trips out west. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very attractive park. Has a small cafe that serves good food. Very nice staff. Pool looked good to us. Good size sites. Would have stayed longer but not much to do in town. Lots of big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An decent park for this part of Texas. Some trees and shade. The free Wi-Fi is nice. Pool was not clean and lots of seasonal oil workers live here. The $30 fee was high for Fort Stockton as you can stay in other parks for $10 to $12 per night. Gravel interior roads but not too dusty. Had to ask for a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No longer associated with KOA, this is a very clean, friendly park. It is right off I-10 but you don't hear the highway noise. There is a small restaurant on site for breakfast and dinner, food was home cooked and very good. We were able to keep our tow connected on the pull thru site. This is a great place to stop on your way in and out of Texas. We will use it again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great place to stop and stay for a night or two as you travel I-10. Really friendly people. We stayed here on the way out of Texas and again on the way back. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed two nights at this campground. The clerk who checked me in was very friendly, knowledgeable and polite. I no longer have a KOA membership mainly because most KOA's charge way too much for their parks. I was given a Good Sam discount and very much appreciated this. I was able to get a good Wi-Fi connection during my stay. The grounds are very clean and I noticed that all the trees have been trimmed to allow for big rig RV's to go in and out. We stayed here several years ago and from what I could see, the park is kept in excellent condition. We camped here in a Motorhome.
According to their website, it states there is a hot tub, there isn't. We needed a 50 amp site and they stuck us in the back, and the wi fi didn't reach back here. My new computer couldn't pick it up at all. The folks up front were friendly, and park seems to be neat and clean. Voltage was a bit low, and water pressure isn't great. I could have stayed in town for half the money, but my husband wanted to use the hot tub and there wasn't one! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the only reasonably-priced KOA we’ve been to, and one of the nicer ones, with friendly staff. It is well-maintained, with lots of trees, convenient to I-10, yet far enough from the noise. They have free cable TV and Wi-Fi, which worked well. Their laundry was also handy, clean and inexpensive. This is a nice place for a stopover. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This one is OK for an overnight. Rough interior roads, but the spaces were OK and the pull-through was just long enough for out 36' 5er with the truck. Hook-ups were OK also. Older park in the desert. According to the literature, the sites to see are the Post Office, the Caboose visitors center and the library. Stickers everywhere, so it was rough on our pooch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good level sites, paved roads. Easy access to and from the freeway, and located outside the city. Quiet place. Grassy area between wide sites. Friendly helpful staff. Wifi down while we were there, new system. Great sunset view. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a decent KOA. There is not much else in this part of Texas to choose from but the campground was in good shape. The grounds are well landscaped and well maintained. The sites are gravel with sparse grass but are wide enough for 4 slides. The restaurant is very quaint. The cook and waitress are a married couple that make the food and serve it. You pay in the front office. We found the BBQ ribs diner to be very good. Get there early or they may run out of food. We will stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overall park for a short stay. Everything clean, orderly, and friendly. Not a destination park, as there isn't much to do in Ft. Stockton, but great for passing through. Easy parking, and hook-ups. Quiet, yet near the freeway-easy on and off. This is the best there is in the area. We look for a safe place, and felt comfortable here. Will definitely use this park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place was unfortunately our introduction to KOA campgrounds. We camped here on our way to Big Bend, asked about the park and any information they might have. Zilch! No help here, don't bother asking. The restrooms and showers, while large were hammered. Tiles fallen off the wall, moldy mildewed shower curtain, water damaged vanity, rusted fixtures. Had a shower not been very important at that time we wouldn't have risked it. The lot also was very unlevel. This place could sure use some maintenance. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park definitely qualifies as "middle of nowhere" However, the sites were level, WiFi worked well, and the management was very pleasant and helpful. The restaurant at the campground even served a tasty dinner. It was a pleasant surprise. If we are in the area again, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the better KOA's. Spacious sites. Nothing fancy, but clean and orderly. Nice bonus is their restaurant open for supper and breakfast. Excellent home cooking at a reasonable price and you get to interact with fellow campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used as an overnight stop. Level, wide sites. Paid for 30 amp since it's a little cheaper. The restaurant was open for dinner at night and breakfast in the AM. That meant that I didn't have to unhook the car and still eat out. Nice people at the CG and the restaurant. Would definitely use again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A place to stop on way through west Texas. Nothing else to recommend. Nice people, but park does not even offer basic cable TV, you are too far away from other cities to use your TV antenna. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been staying at this KOA since 2001. It is almost always our first and last stop on our trips west. The previous reviews are accurate. The staff is always very nice. The sites are gravel and fairly level. The restrooms are older, but clean. Their trees are finally getting big enough to offer some shade. They used to have a nice little restaurant on site, but the last couple of times we’ve been there it has been closed. Their pool has always looked nice. There is no TV reception. And one other thing: A sign in their office says, “No, the wind doesn’t always blow this hard. Sometimes it blows harder.” Believe it, but it is still a good overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is definitely just for 'over nighters'. No frills! Thank goodness for satellite TV cause they have no cable TV & the TV antenna doesn't work well here - very fuzzy picture. They do have a TV/activity room but it always appeared to be locked. The staff is friendly & the park is clean. Office is closed for several hours during the day so campers select their own site. Right off I-10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Level sites and just off the Interstate. Dusty and well worn park though. Hardly a sign of a tree, but a nice desert view. Sites are quite short for medium to big rigs. No TV (and I mean NO TV). Super nice people, and they have a nice little restaurant with pretty good meals. Gas and diesel fuel is available at a fair price. A good place to stop for the night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is O.K. for a stop over. The wind blows hard all the time here and you have a lot of dust. Most of South Texas has this problem. We had a BBQ dinner in KOA dinner room and it was very good. Sites are paved with some type of small rock. Staff was very helpful. We camped here in a camper.
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Only stayed one night. Place was clean. Pool was not heated and it was cold for July. They have a hot tub. It is a good overnight stopping place. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We only stayed here one night, and it wasn't a bad park. It was on gravel and had pull-through sites and decent rates. Our biggest complaint was both bathrooms were clean but there were a lot of ants all over the place in men's and woman's and my other complaint was horrible Internet, normally I don't use Internet as a complaint because most parks have bad Internet, however it says on the website that it works really good and it did for about an hour then I got booted off every time I connected. For me it was worse than most parks. They have a pool. I didn't have a chance to go in it so I will not rate it. Overall I would stay there again if I was passing through but not go out of my way to get there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here one night as we were passing through on our way west. The site was nice and the park comfortable. People were quiet and respectful. There is no grass and the site was crushed stone, not concrete, but it worked. My favorite part of the park was the puppy park. It was a small area that was fenced off and I was able to let my dogs off the leash. They did have some grass in the puppy patch and another area to walk my dogs. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great overnight stop. Fuel and food at exit for park. Located on hill, nice view. Fenced in dog walk. Pool, laundry, Wi-Fi did not work. Located half way between El Paso and San Antonio. Town has a large Walmart. Will stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a hard park to review. We only wanted a place to stop overnight, so this was a good choice. The electricity was good, water was good, which is all we need for overnight. People also seemed to be enjoying the pool. But, this park has one of the greatest dust levels we have ever experienced in any RV park. You really cannot drive over 3 MPH without raising a bunch of dust. We unhooked our car at the entrance to avoid getting dust all over it. A second issue it the location when there is a brisk wind. Being on a "hill top", the winds really whip through there at times. We ended up bringing in the bedroom slide to quiet the flapping noise of our slide out cover. But, for just a place to sleep, the $27 rate ($30/night less 10 percent for cash) had some real appeal. I would stay here again, my wife would not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is a class act. Owner greeted us and escorted us to our site. The assigned site was immaculate, and wider than the usual slot. The grassy areas were free of stickers -- landscape included young and well cared for trees. No dog poop anywhere. And little to no highway noise. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Didn't use facilities (just hunkering down during wind storm). Owners very friendly and efficient. Clean sites, great power, did not need to unhook (another Ft. Stockton park promised that but didn't deliver). This is now our favorite Fort Stockton stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gravel lot on top of a hill. But a nice gravel lot with all pull through sites. Easy off and on the freeway. Close to town, good power, water & Wi-Fi. They don't want you to clean the front of your rig with a hose. Looked like a nice pool. Staff was very friendly. Great spot for a over night stop or a couple days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for an overnight stop while traveling I-10. The sites are all gravel and ours was extremely level. We had a pull-through which was long enough for us to park without unhitching the toad. The electrical and water hook-ups were in excellent condition. Our site also had a very nice picnic table on a concrete pad. We did not use any of the park amenities, but the pool looked very nice and clean. There is no shade at the RV sites, but you are in the Chihuahuan Desert, so that is to be expected. Other posts have mentioned that you can hear highway noise, which is true, but it did not bother us. The owner was extremely friendly and helpful. The condition and cleanliness of this park and facilities is great. I would highly recommend stopping here if you are in need of a park while traveling through far west Texas on the interstate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All pull-through sites. Really just a level gravel lot on a hill with no trees but well kept and works fine for a stopover. Close to town for gas and groceries. Utilities were good and campground was clean. Seems to fill up fairly quickly so make reservation if possible. Friendly host. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 4 nights and were very pleased with the park. The pool had not been opened for the season when we stayed here. I would stay here again if we return to this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was well maintained. Gravel sites, not level. Pool not open. TV room available, but unable to get reception. Owner friendly and helpful. Only one bathroom each for men and women. Women's did not lock. Stool and shower available. Clean. Did not use shower. Good for overnight stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A relatively new flat gravel campground. Some road noise when wind is from the south. Gravel sites with reasonable separation. Small patios, tables, and small trees (no shade, but they are still very young). Gravel access roads with good width. Wonderful view for watching sunsets. Good power and water, sewer connection a bit elevated. Wi-Fi decent signal strength and speed except during the evening. Moderate Verizon cell signal (3 bars). Good for overnight or longer if one had something to occupy oneself in the area. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Your basic park in desolate West Texas. No road noise to speak of - the wind blew everything away (it's West Texas, so no surprise with the wind). Easy access for our 43 foot rig and we didn't have to unhook the toad. We would stay here again when passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Long, level pull thru sites on gravel. It was fairly quiet and the owners are very helpful at locating places to eat, groceries and fuel. There is no cable and they do not take any discount cards but $25 a night is fair. Verizon WiFi and our satellite worked well here. We would stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Would have given them a higher rating, except that the sites and access roads all gravel, and it was very windy when we came in; therefore, lots of dust. Restrooms spotless, pet park, and pool not open yet (too cool we imagined). Managers were not here so had self check-in indicating which sites were open, which was OK, but it was full by 6 pm. We tried to make reservation early the morning we were to arrive, but no one answered the phone before 3 pm. We would stay here again if it wasn't windy. All hook-ups modern with very nice patios and picnic tables at each site. I-10 not a problem as far as noise. Very good for over-night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For the rate of $25 (tax included) any minor inconveniences can be overlooked. We were met at the front door by the owner, who is super friendly. We were escorted to our site, and while not a lot of real estate between rigs, it wasn't as bad as some. There are built-up, wood trimmed, red pavers picnic table pads. Nice little wood fences between rigs that hide the power, water, and sewer hook-ups. Yes, it's windy and dusty, but the beautiful pool area and southwest decorations make up for that. Be aware, that although pet friendly, neither rottweilers nor pit bulls are allowed, nor any animals resembling these breeds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an okay overnight RV park. The owners weren't in when I checked in but they drove by and greeted me later. RV park is a large gravel rectangle with a few sprigs of grass typical of the high desert. Rigs are about 20 feet apart which would normally be acceptable. However, there is very limited parking so everyone squeezes their RV in between rigs. That makes the park feel very tight and confined. Camp WiFi worked well. Verizon MIFI was 3/4 bars. ATT signal was 4/5 bars. Unfortunately, we were here on windy days and a thick layer of gravel dust coated everything. The owners could mitigate this dust if they paved the perimeter of the camp. You'd have to pave West Texas to get rid of it entirely! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is clean and quiet although it appears to be just a gravel lot. When we arrived, the office was closed but our reservation and instructions were in the late arrival box. I did not get the chance to read the paperwork because the owner showed up immediately. He was friendly and very helpful. The spot, 42, was clean and level. The water and power all worked. It was busy the night we were here but still quiet. Noise from the interstate was minimal. We did not use the bath house but did check it out and found it spotless. The WiFi was okay, not fast but it did work. We will be staying here again on our return trip later this month. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice owner, very friendly and helpful. Yes, it is on top of the hill and looks over the interstate and town. Somehow the traffic noise wasn't that noticeable up there. All gravel sites but decent spacing, not great but works even for large rigs. Individual rooms for men and women, each had shower, toilet and sink. Very clean in their own little building. Owners live on site and a very nice landscaped and layout arrangement. Would definitely stay here again when passing through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fort Stockton is an nice town that you should spend at least a day visiting. The RV park was very nice. It was clean and well maintained. It is close to everything you need, and even though it is close to the highway noise was not an issue. Best WiFi we've encountered. I gave it a 7 for 2 reasons. First they don't recycle. I feel that putting out a recycle bin is not that difficult and it bothers me seeing all the plastic bottles and aluminum cans in the trash. Second the owners were out of the area and the office workers worked only a couple hours a day in the late afternoon. So once checked in, you're on your own. We were over charged a day and was told by the office workers we would be reimbursed on our card. Still hasn't happened. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This has to be the best park in Fort Stockton. We have stayed in several others over the years but this is the best. All pull thrus with 50Amp. Sites are wide. There are only 8 sites at the back long enough for longer tows to stay hooked up. If you are over 60ft you will need to unhook except in that row. Owner on site and friendly. WiFi is free and fast. Not sure why someone would choose to stay in Fort Stockton for any length of time but either over nite or longer this is the place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A sweet little park. Reservations were simple and by phone (no email address on website). Website gave good directions and pics of what to expect. Check-in clerk drove me to the site before I drove there to park. All pull-ins; very long and wide if you don't want to unhook. Only downfall was no cable but with low and reasonable rate that's okay. No discounts accepted. Again a great park! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park at a fair price. It is mostly gravel but sites are large and open. Did not use the showers. Camp host was friendly. Good internet connection. Nice vista views to the West. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great little park. It is far enough off hwy 10, that road noise is not a problem. The park looks fairly new & is laid out really well. The manager was very friendly & offered us good advice about our driving route for the next day. There is a nice pet walk area. Wifi works really well. We would definitely stay here again if driving through this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent place to stop for overnight. Friendly staff on phone, had everything waiting when we arrived. Sites are nicely spaced. Yes is dirt and gravel, no grass, small paver type patio with picnic table. FHU, long site didn't have to unhook tow vehicle. Sits on top of hill can see for miles to the west. Excellent directions on their website. We would stay again traveling thru the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, well maintained park. Excellent access from I-10 east and west bound. We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful, Not much on the way to west between San Antonio and El Paso so this is a welcome stop. We planned an overnight; however, decided to stay a few more days as the weather was perfect and park very nice. Gravel roads but not much dust. Nice pool area. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is typical of RV parks in the west - all gravel and no shade, but we were impressed by the reception we received from the owners. We made a reservation over the phone and the whole process was professional friendly and helpful. When we arrived the great service continued. After check in we were escorted to our site by the owner. The park is clean and the hookups are modern. We stayed over night here on our way to California and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All pluses for this park, with one exception. While it did not create a problem because the weather was great, the sites are all dirt with some gravel. I can see that it could be a problem if it rains, but on the other hand it may never rain much in this part of the country. Owner was very friendly and helpful. Rest rooms and rest of park was very clean. WiFi worked great, good 50 amp service, and easy hook ups. Will stay here again on way back West. We only planned on one night stay, but stayed one more because we liked the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean park. Convenient to Austin. Sites a bit tight. If arriving on Sunday, the office is not open and you need to look in Night Registration box for open site packets. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is easy to access and maneuver through. Sites are gravel pull-throughs and have paving stone patio areas with picnic tables, landscape plants and some fencing separating them. Artistic touches are evident around the grounds. The utilities were reliable and included good Wi-Fi. AT&T phone and data worked well in the area. There was road noise from the nearby highway. The restrooms, lounge, laundry and pool area were clean and well maintained. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed the night here several times on our trips across Texas. It's quiet with good utilities (including good Wi-Fi), and friendly and helpful staff. They appear to have only about 10 transient sites. Most of the times we have stayed here, they have been close to full so it is best to call ahead. The only thing we don't like is the dirt surface of the roads and sites. It is clean, but not fancy by any means. It is a decent place for an overnight stay when passing through the area, with beautiful sunset views. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great staff, good rates, and nice spots. Nice pet run and pool. Only draw back is the West Texas wind, but it is what it is. Call to reserve, some oil workers use this monthly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely, impeccably clean, quiet park. We are growing to rely on RV Park Reviews and, once again, other reviewers have been “spot-on” with where to stay; this time it was Hilltop RV Park in Fort Stockton. The sites are wide, graveled and level. The shade trees are young but growing fast. WiFi was excellent. The showers and bathrooms were impeccably clean, as was the swimming pool. Which, because of solar gain: was warm, even on the last night in September! We did not even turn on the TV so no report from us on cable. The Hilltop RV Park is on top of one of the few hills in the Fort Stockton area, with lovely views and lovely starlit nights. The park is on the hill across from Brian Norwood's "Look to the East" Sculptures. Woodalls directions are flawed but the manager was gracious and helped us get here. Just call, they will get you right in. CARetired was correct: “1st RV park from the west, last RV park for the east." This place is clean, quiet and lovely and excellently priced. (We paid $25 a night.) We will recommend it to everyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is on a hill top and they warn you about your awning use on windy days. The park is typical of desert parks, no trees and all gravel roads and sites. They do have small trees: some day they will be big. Each site has a pad with a picnic table. One of the better "desert parks" we have stayed at. The park is very well maintained and homesteaders are very well controlled, that is not allowed to clutter up the park. There is a very nice pool area and showers are in good shape. WiFi and utilities work great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We travel cross country and back each year. Fort Stockton fits with our daily mileage goals, so we always overnight there. This is the place to stop, hands down, no contest. Immaculate park and facilities, friendly staff. Will take reservations by phone. Up on the hill, beautiful sunsets. Wal-Mart and fuel in town, close by. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here on our way across Texas and stopped again on our way back home. Managers are very friendly and take pride in their park. It is at the top of a hill on the west side of Fort Stockton with a good view all around. Can be windy here. Sites are all pull-thru with good space between. It is all dirt and gravel, but each site has a young tree that will provide some shade in the future as they grow and mature. Internet signal worked well. We enjoyed using the pool. Very clean and well run park, we would stay here again when traveling through Fort Stockton area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park but always very windy! The owners are extremely nice and appreciative that we returned. Gravel sights nice small doggie area and small trees around perimeter. On top of a hill so TV reception is good as long as the wind doesn't blow it over! Seems to be best park in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is in very good condition. Driveways are gravel, but the spaces are all level with newer shade trees at each site. There is plenty of area to walk pets and has easy access to the I-10 freeway. Traffic noise is not an issue. The office person was very pleasant and helpful. We would recommend this site for longer term stays. We stayed just one night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The young man working the office was super friendly and helpful. He then escorted us to large pull-through in back of park. Everything in the park seems new and well maintained. Each pull-through site has a picnic table and a small privacy fence to hide the utility pole from your neighbor. There is no cable and no over the air TV. There is a very nice "adult" TV lounge behind the office. Nice dog park. The Wi-Fi was not very good but our Sprint 3G worked fine. There was excessive road noise even though we were at the back of the park. This seemed to be the best park in town and is a nice overnight stop between El Paso and San Antonio. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We did an overnight stop at this park on our way to Alpine. The owners were very helpful and friendly. The park was clean, well kept and quiet. Will stay there again when the opportunity presents itself. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park with very friendly owner and staff. Large pull through spaces. Suggest calling ahead for reservations as it is a busy park. Wi-Fi worked great. No cable and was not able to pull in any local American stations. Do not use address for GPS. It will try to put you in the middle of the desert. Use coordinates. They worked well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Close to I10, but low road noise. Clean grounds, nice little Puppy Patch, wide spots. Owners really care about this park. Not sure what they did to the WiFi since the last reviews, but it worked great, in spite of the fact that the park was nearly full and we were in the last row. Even though we had a torrential downpour while we were there, no problem with mud. Great overnight stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Or third stay here and we'll be back. All RV sites are pull-thru's on gravel and well spaced. Power and water pressure was good. Super customer service. Internet was OK but did slow down dramatically in the evening. Our Verizon MiFi worked well in 3g mode. We had only planned to stay one night but after visiting the Old Historic Jail in town, we decided to stay another night and tour Fort Stockton. What is there to see in Fort Stockton anyway? After the old jail, there is the Annie Riggs Museum, Fort Stockton and even a driving tour of the town. See y'all in Jan. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We look for a couple of things when we stay at a park. Good owners/managers. Clean sites, no "yucky" people/RVs, space between the sites, and nice environment. This place has all of the above. Plus, our site (which we asked for) was #41. It had the best view of the highway going west towards El Paso. Fantastic view! Terrific owners. This is our second stay here. We stayed 4 nights while seeing the sites around the area. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The first RV park as you're coming into town from the west, and the last RV park if coming from the east. Full hook-ups, large pull-throughs with picnic tables. Free Wi-Fi worked OK with some interruptions. OK for an overnight stop. Entire park is dirt/gravel. Wouldn’t want to be here in high winds. They offer absolutely no discounts of any kind, which made it one of the most expensive parks we’ve stayed at. We’ll be trying the RV park at the other end of town on our return trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a good deal at $25. Stopped by two other sketchy RV parks along the freeway before finding this one. For a few bucks more you'll get everything you need, good hook-ups, Wi-Fi, and a lovely hilltop view. However, no cable, and the only channel over the air is Telemundo. But, they do have a little TV lounge with satellite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here 1 night while in transit. This park is very well kept and the owners are very nice. All sites are pull through. There are many full time campers and they occupy the front rows. The short term visitors are placed in the back rows. This is Ok because there is nothing on either side or in back of the RV park. However, it is too far from the office to get a usable Wi-Fi signal. You will have to go to the TV room to use the Wi-Fi. Dog friendly with a fenced dog yard. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The people are very friendly and take you to your site. It does sit on a hilltop and has the closest Walmart in the Big Bend area!. It is just north of I-10 so there is some traffic noise, but probably no different in that respect than most RV parks located on busy highways. It was clean with a small fenced area for dogs. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly and helpful owners that live on site. Liked the park a lot. Very new and improving everyday. Motorhome with car hauler we are 66 ft long and we were accommodated without any problems. Everything is new and the WI-FI access is fast. I can't hear any highway noise from our site and the sunset is pretty! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hilltop RV Park. One down side to this park is a lack of phone contact to see if there are sites available. The office is not open during much of the day. Use caution making reservations as there are no refunds. Many parks in this region are near full capacity with construction workers and seasonal visitors. The park has many long term guests, and was 75% full when we stopped at 2PM. Their restroom/shower rate a 10. Wi-Fi is good and over the air TV is adequate. For an overnight stop, we might try another park in the future, as there are others with good reviews, easy access, and at a lower rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We liked this park! Negatives are that it is close to the road and you do get road noise. Another negative is that the gravel roads and sites get a bit dusty. This appears to be a newer park and everything is sparkling clean. There is a beautiful pool, a covered patio, nice laundry area, a TV watching room, and a fire pit area. Each site has a small tree (should be really nice when they grow) a cement patio with picnic table, and sites have small fences between them so you don't have to see your neighbor's sewer hose. The Wi-Fi worked great for us and free DVD use made up for the lack of cable. We found the owner and the office staff to be friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a great stay at this RV Park. Easy to get to and the staff was SUPER friendly. My daughter and I stayed here on our way to (and back) from the Austin Grand Prix and it was perfect! Would stay here again without any hesitation. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean, well maintained RV park. All gravel park, with no green belt and is located close to major interstate, with constant traffic. If you're a very light sleeper, you might want to consider ear plugs. We only stayed overnight on our way to San Antonio, but it met our needs. We arrived after business hours, and had no problem checking in on our own and locating our designated site. Owners were very helpful over the phone and checked on us the next morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed there one night as a stopover. Although the park itself is OK (clean, level sites, easy accessible) it's not one of my favorites. It's almost only gravel, the vicinity of the interstate makes it quite noisy, there is only one single bathroom (one for men/women each) for the whole campground and my overall impression was that this place is only about making money. Of course there is nothing wrong with having a well going business but this place just looked nu-charming and impersonal. The Wi-Fi was almost unusable at the time we've been there. Positive: they're strict about barking dogs and have a zero tolerance policy about aggressive breeds like bull-terriers and the like. Also their website is up to date. In short: good for a stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very clean, well laid-out little park. It appears to be fairly new. The Wi-Fi worked well. Plenty of room for big rigs in designated areas - ours is 40' plus our tow vehicle and we did not have to unhook. Nice patios at each site. The trees will grow in time and like someone else said, this is West Texas and the wind blows. The packed gravel/dirt did not bother us as it was well graded and smooth. The only reason we did not give it a 10 is the fact that there is no cable for TV. We were not able to get any channels with our antenna. We played cards and visited instead! We will stop here again and recommend it to friends. Did not meet owners but spoke to her on the phone - very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice RV park for a one night stay. It is all gravel but it was neat, clean and had good distances between spaces. There were a number of long term sites but they were all kept neat and clean. The hookups were good and the sites were level. The roads are wide and are easy to around. The check in person was very friendly. It was easy on and off the freeway with very little noise. We will stay again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is clean but very dusty. We tried phoning for two days to see if space was available, and even though the recording said to leave your phone number and they would call back, no one had the courtesy of returning any of the calls. We thought that maybe they had phone problems so we went there on a whim anyway. Arrived to find self check-in, at 11:00 in the morning. Tried numerous times to visit with the office, but each time, the door was locked tight as a drum. One RV had a problem with water pouring out but there was no way to contact the park as no one returns calls nor are there emergency numbers posted anywhere. A good place for an overnight stop, but that's it. Never did see the owner(s) even though they supposedly live on the property. It's a shame as it is a quiet park and has lots of potential. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time here, and we will be back. The whole park is just packed gravel, and it would be dusty in the wind, but this is West Texas. The sites are long and have room for a little patio and picnic table. Unfortunately we had to unhook to get level. The people are very nice, the place is clean, and the wi-fi is good. They have some small trees planted, but would have done better to make the sites wider and add some native plants for privacy and dust control. No cable, and there are only 3 English-speaking stations. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a new park and very clean. Sites are level and packed gravel. The big rig pull throughs are in the back of the park, at the top of the hill. Gorgeous sunset views! There's a nice little fenced dog area. The big rigs sites were totally booked the night we were there. It's about 1-1/2 miles from I-10 and easy to navigate. The owners live onsite. We would definitely stay here again, what a bargain! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great CG! You can see the love and attention the owners have expended to make it so nice. Not many places to stop on I-10 in west Texas so we were pleased to find this one. Just an overnight stay but could not have been more pleased. No other place we would stay in Ft Stockton. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Best park in Ft. Stockton! Hilltop owners have done a very, very nice job of creating and maintaining a nice ROOMY RV Park. Sites are level gravel, but just fine. A little dusty, but this park and the owners are nice. They have a standard of nicer, cleaner RV's which keeps the riff raff out and makes the place more upscale and WORTHWHILE. Nice views from the Hilltop! We would definitely come back to this nice park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owners are super nice and friendly and the park is managed in the same fashion. Without a doubt if you have to stay in Fort Stockton, TX this is where you want to be. This newest and quite frankly the best looking facility in town. I drove around to all of them off of I-10 before coming to this conclusion and I’m glad I did. Owners live on site. I would have rated this facility a solid 10+; if they had more than one shower/toilet suite for each sex, and provided cable TV. I was not able to lock in any over the air TV signals at all but they did offer free DVD's for checkout. Mind you these are not major deal breakers, but it would have been nice to have more showers and some entertainment. They are new and growing and I’m sure within time the will continue to evolve. If I ever have to return to this area, this is where I am staying. Hilltop RV is located on the North side of I-10 across from the metal Indian silhouettes on the South side of I-10. Travel safe. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great overnight park. They keep it extraordinarily clean. Our AC broke and they were able to call Clawhammer RV & Appliance repair. They were able to come out and fixed it within hours. Were very professional! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new park in Fort Stockton, and it really is located on top of a hill overlooking the freeway. The entire park is paved, sites are level and wide, hookups and Wi-Fi worked well. There was no cable TV which took the rating down from a 10. There is a nice pool and a circular conversation pit with fireplace to watch the sunsets on chilly evenings. Staff was very friendly and lead us to our site and waited to make sure we didn't need anything else. This would be the place to stay longer if we needed to be in the Fort Stockton area for longer periods. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here a couple of other times and each time the place gets a little better. They only have room for about 6-8 transients, so it would be a good idea to call ahead and make a reservation. This is a good overnight spot while traveling on I-10 (we can’t think of any other reason to stay in Ft. Stockton!). They are located on the north side of the freeway, but access is easy once you know what to do (call for directions as it is not obvious). The sites are level and the utilities are laid out well. Sites are covered in finely crushed gravel - in fact, the whole park is. Management is friendly and helpful. They do have a pool, but we didn’t use it. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived at this location VERY late (1:30 AM). Needless to say nobody met us at the location. We managed to pay (cash) and find a site. The park was VERY clean, sites were level, and we found a pull-through site which made parking very convenient. The restroom was clean and had we been here longer, the pool was sparkling and inviting looking. We have already made notes that this location is on our list of "will do again" spots. Extremely convenient location if traveling on I-10. Online directions to the location were helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park, easy to find, easy to get into and out of. Very pleasant owner. Sites were large and level with excellent utilities. They had real grass areas just for walking the dogs. A treat in Texas!! Beautiful sunsets. Did not use the pool. We would stop here again in a heartbeat when in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very basic park, great for overnight stop. We've stayed at other parks in Ft. Stockton, this one suits our needs best. They take reservations on the phone, but have a self-check-in, which is easy to use. Didn't use any of facilities, but very well maintained neat place. Since it was 106 degrees, we didn't venture out, except for fuel for the truck. Shopping and other needs close by in town. Will stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wi-Fi worked great, even on back row. Host were extremely nice and helpful. The wind was so bad you could do nothing outside. Space is kind of like a parking lot, but they did have nice community area. We would stay here again if we had a stop in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After a trying day (blowout, 3 1/2 hour wait in 106°) the warm welcome we received here was especially nice. The park is head and shoulders above anything else nearby. The owners have gone to great lengths to make it attractive and functional. The restrooms were immaculate, the grounds were clean, and there is a fire pit in the common area for relaxing together. I was skeptical when assured that the wi-fi would reach my site in the farthest corner. It did and was very good. We would stay here again. Only three things kept our visit from being perfect. The highway noise is significant and incessant. The windy, hilltop location makes for a lot of dust blowing. Even though the brochure talks about nature and sunsets and stars, the obnoxious lighting made that just hype. Lighting directed down around roads and walkways would be nice. No one needs bright lights on 20' poles lighting up their roof and shining in their windows. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow! What a gem! All new, well laid out! Reasonably priced! If you're on I-10 and need to stop around Fort Stockton this is your place! Make sure you call ahead though. It filled up quick. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Quite a new park so trees still small, but sites are level and it is well kept with a nice atmosphere. Really good Wi-Fi. TV reception poor and very few channels. There is a small TV room with more channels, but still not many. They now employ helpful office staff from 3pm. I suggested to the owner that he make the bathrooms useable by either gender as there is only one for each, and he then told me there are two more bathrooms by the pool. I checked them out and they were excellent. Pool area looked nice, but not yet open. The halogen lighting is over the top, normal street lighting would be better. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not a bad little desert park but dusty. Pool not heated so not useable in the winter. Sites are really narrow but with a desert setting there is lots of room to maneuver. They have planted trees between sites but in a few years they will impact slide and awning deployment. They are really planted in the wrong place. As others noted the absence of office staff and the sign stating not to pull into a site before registration has sent potential customers down the road. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived on a Sunday and the office was closed. followed the late procedure for getting a campsite (which was very easy). The owners came over before we were set up to introduce them selves and make sure we were settled and to see if we needed anything. The park is has gravel roads and sites. All the hook-ups are close. The space between is OK, easy for a big rig to get in and out. It is a great stop after a long windy drive on I-10. We would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a "do it yourself" park. You call them, get a recording, leave a message and don't get a call back. You locate the place, pull in and the office is closed. There is a self check-in process on the office wall where you pay for your site. Park is generally a big dirt area with some gravel scattered around. Glad we were here when it was dry. Roads are wide and sites in the back row can accommodate a big rig towing. 50 amp power was good. Far enough from I-10 that road noise is not a problem. Has a small swimming pool that looked clean, and a fire pit. There is only one bathroom for each sex to serve the park. No soap in the men's room and it smelled dank like it needed ventilation. I added a point to the rating because the Wi-Fi worked well, even in the back row. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small, neat campground at a very good price. All gravel and the road/site surface turns to clay when wet. No grass or shade. Our site was mostly level. WI-Fi was slow but adequate (We were put on the back row.) Host was very friendly . Not a bad place to stay if you are traveling through on I-10. Make sure you have directions to the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Newer looking park on a level area of ground well outside of town, right near the freeway, very convenient. Very friendly staff, guided us to our site in her new Mercedes. I've been guided in by a lot of golf carts, a few pickups, some vans, but never by an S430 before. A little dusty but all the other campers seemed to understand and drive appropriately. The back row seemed to be for transient campers. All the spots were full by dark, all were empty by 10 the next morning when we left. Good utility hookups. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were greeted with the most welcoming RV owner/manager ever of anywhere we have stayed. We were provided a map of the town containing locations of businesses, groceries, dining. The owner offered us DVDs to take to our RV for the night. We were provided a tour of the shower facilities, restroom facilities, laundry facilities and we were escorted to our campsite. Even though it's currently too cold to use the pool, it's a beautiful pool area with lawn furniture and completely fenced. A TV room with satellite TV is also available. All of our site connections were very well maintained and strategically designed for quick and easy connect. All facilities were the cleanest that we have ever experienced. The access from the interstate was very easy and the access into the park was great. The views were beautiful to the west as we watched the sun set over the mountains of west Texas. Late into the evening we had a medical emergency with our dog and the owner contacted the local vet and arranged for an emergency visit for us. The owner even escorted us to the Vet clinic. I would highly recommend this RV Park to everyone and this RV Park will always be our choice when passing through the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Close to Hwy but no traffic noise. Great owners, they helped us to the park & took us to the site we stayed for 1 nite & will be back again don't pass this park up! Did not use the laundry or showers, but every thing else was spotless. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is daily rate for 50 amp FHU pull through site. All surfaces, the roads, sites and areas between seem to be composed of the the natural ground surface. Being as to where it is in West Texas, grass is not something to be found. Escort to site. Excellent satellite reception with not a tree in the area. Good Verizon cell and 3G. Park WiFi was very fast and reliable for our overnight stay when the park was full. On the far west side of Fort Stockton, so if coming from the east, get fuel before arriving, or you will be heading back into town when you leave to fuel up. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First time stopping here for an overnight stay, once to twice year trip South Fl to Venture, Ca. Will definitely stop in future. Bathrooms very nice. Sites very easy access, all facilities work well. Access from I-10 easy Westbound, only slightly more difficult Eastbound. Convenient to Fuel & Stores. By far best in Ft Stockton, have stayed at others in past. Very reasonable rates, perfect overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for two years. We would highly recommend this park for any length of stay. The owners are very friendly, and willing to help any way they can. There are two restroom facilities that are very clean. The laundry room and adult lounge are clean. They also have a fenced in swimming pool. They have a small puppy patch for the pets. There are a few long term residents that are also extremely helpful. Their areas are well maintained and look clean. White rock roads and spaces. Ours was very level and readily accessible to the utilities and sewer. (30 and 50 amp ) We have stayed at many parks across the country, and this is by far one of the best! Spectacular sunsets! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly and helpful staff. Park is basically a large graveled area. When it rains the gravel is of the sort that becomes a kind of mud that gets all over. It rained while we were there. We only spent one night and this would be a good one night stopover place. It is right off I-10 but was very quiet. Close to fuel and food. Wi-Fi was strong. Nice views over the Texas high plateau. Probably good sunsets and sunrises but it was all clouded over when we were there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were placed in space 46 which was about as far from the office as possible when there were spaces in closer. The internet was useless, too far from the signal. One antenna station on TV. No one in the office at 4:45 pm when we pulled in. Office did not open in the morning. The ground is a fill that was very dirty, muddy. We signed in for 3 nights stay. The following morning it was 33° and began to snow, making the ground a muddy mess. The only good thing was the staff, whoever she was, was very nice and only charged us for the one night since she hadn't run our credit card yet when we told her we were leaving. If this place had a different ground cover, cable TV and an internet with more bandwidth, we might return, but as it is now we probably wouldn't go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wi-Fi worked well. Restrooms were new. We self checked in and left before seeing any of the office staff. Dogs were expected to eliminate waste in the puppy corral and no where else. Park was all gravel and dusty. Hookups were on a cement fixture. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We've been here a few times and it is improving with each visit. Pool added since our last visit, as well as a dog run and picnic tables. Considering the area it is in (desert SW) it is a great overnight stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I lived here almost a year and saw the other parks. This is the one to stay at! The hosts are wonderful. My family visited several times and they just loved them. They run a great park and don't tolerate any foolishness. They made my stay more bearable. The sunsets are GREAT. The shooting stars were amazing. There is easy access to I-10 and fuel close by too. The owners are constantly adding decor and keep this place extremely nicely. I will be back with the mobil mansion and will stay there every time I go by. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Registration was a piece of cake. Owner and his wife met us at the front door, got us checked in and then led us to our site. A large, level pull-through with very good power and water pressure. The park has a lot of rigs that appear to have been here for some time. Some of the rigs are in need of repair and a general cleanup of the park would make for a better appearance. Some road noise. Wi-Fi worked but was in and out a lot. Our Verizon air card had 4-bars with the external antenna connected. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overnight spot. Very friendly owner. All sites gravel and level. Good lighting through out site area. Great spot for sunsets. Full moon and clear skies the night we were there made for a pleasant evening. Easy on and off I-10 east and westbound. Appears some full time residents live there but all rigs are well kept. We most definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed overnight at this park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites are dirt/fine gravel but ours was level and we were able to leave our truck hooked up. The bathroom was unisex without much air conditioning but quite clean. We did not try the pool. They have a little dog yard that was nice. The park is close to the freeway which was convenient for us. There was no shade and the campground was pretty bare (desert) but it worked fine for us. They say they have beautiful sunsets but it rained and we did not get to see it. We would use this park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed overnight in on of the big rig sites at the back of the park. The park was quiet, clean and the owner is very friendly. The Wi-Fi worked. Very convenient to get back on the interstate. There are trees in the park, they just are not large enough to provide shade yet. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great overnight park for I-10. The owners are very hard workers and the park is in excellent condition. We stayed here last year about this same time and the park was in the same condition as it is now. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here overnight. It was easy access from the hiway. The park was very nice with a good views of the area. The staff was as friendly and nice as the park. It is a great place to stop if you are staying in the area or just for overnight. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The reason we stayed in this particular park even though it was a higher rate was because of the internet and the pool. However, the internet is so slow that you can hardly get a page to load. The pool was so cold that you could not even get into it. It was 100 degrees outside, and the pool was still like icewater. Also there is no break from the wind even though you are parked in like sardines. It is on a hilltop, hence the name, with no barriers whatsoever. I would also rather have sand than the gravel mixture of stuff they have there on the ground. It just blows into your hair ,and it's worse than sand to get out. Also it is so bright that it blinds you. We ended up moving to another park that has sand, grass, and internet. We are much happier. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Restroom, laundry, lounge area were all new and spotless. Nice large grassy area with chairs and a fire pit. Close to the highway but we were in the back and had no problem with road noise. No problem with wind either. Large sites with a tree and table. Only problem was the dust, they could use some asphalt. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'm not positive about the rate, but this is a great place to stay with very nice accommodating owners. It is on a hilltop and it was very windy, but we parked between two bigger RVs and had a good night's sleep and hot showers the next morning with no waiting. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a wonderful place to stop on the long drive through West Texas! The park is clean. The roads, sites and “yards” are all gravel, but this is West Texas. The distance between sites is adequate and big-rig-friendly. Trees are just beginning, so the sites are good for those with roof-top internet satellite dishes. On-site owners are very friendly and we were escorted to our assigned site. Interesting feature–they have a large fire-pit for guests to gather round on cooler nights with concrete benches decorated with historical cattle brands. Nice touch. We are full-time RVers who just stopped for the night, but will always make this a stop on our frequent crossings of this part of Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park will be two years old in August. Three years ago the land was a big, flat rock. It is astonishing what the couple who own it have built in less than two years. It is convenient to the interstate. It sits on a hill with great views, has a grass pet play area, and spacious sites. The couple are the nicest folks you will meet on the road. I will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All previous comments are true! We stayed here due to the positives listed by other RVers. The owners are so nice - I'd have to say this was the first time I was escorted to my site by a Mercedes. Since the owners are on site they come to the office when they see you pull in, that is, they seem to always be available. They even let us borrow a DVD to watch as TV reception was limited due to high winds at the time (could not put the antenna up). Sites 41 - 47 are new and appear to be used for the nightly folks that are passing through. There is plenty of room to navigate a large rig - we are 60' hooked up. The park is all dolomite so if it has been dry there is a lot of white dust that gets over everything, but given all the other positives I would still stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners bought the site of an old Taco Shack just outside Fort Stockton to build their residence. RV'ers who stayed on the property when it was a Taco Shack persuaded them to open an RV resort about 1 1/2 years ago. The RV Resort is on a hilltop with a great view of the valley, has full hook-ups. The site is all gravel but is well improved and all sites are drive-thru. Construction is beginning on an activity center and other amenities for the traveler's comfort. The Taco Shack is gone but a nice RV Resort is in the making. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice, relatively new (2 years) campground right off I-10. All pull through sites, including big rig sites. We stayed here in a 40' motor home with a toad. Nice level site, with 50 amp service and very strong Wi-Fi. Excellent place to stay if you are traveling on I-10 between El Paso and San Antonio. We will stay here again and highly recommend it to others. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly owners. If Casey was any nicer she would have a halo. Park was clean and well managed. Nice pool with covered patio. Restrooms and showers were spotless. I had a very large pull through site, plenty of room for slide outs. The park is gravel but level. With wind there is dust, but then this is west Texas. Free Wi-Fi is secured, however while I was using it the response was very slow. All this for $25.00! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We selected Hilltop RV from RV Park Reviews on the Internet and were very pleased with the results! We thought we would stay for a month but liked it so much we stayed for 3 months! The owners, are wonderful! They are very customer service oriented and helpful. They started this park not quite 2 years ago and have been adding to it consistently. Being Rv'ers themselves, they know what works best for all of us. All the sites are pull-throughs and all the sites have both 30 and 50 amp service. The sites are level and access is very easy due to the wide roads and spaces. Because it sits up on the hill, even though you can see I-10, the road noise was very low and we were in the first row! The park is new so all the utilities are new as well. The local cable company has not yet extended service to this area so there is no cable TV. However owners, have put in a lounge with satellite access that works very well. The pool is new as of last year and they have included a shaded area adjacent to the pool that is a comfortable spot to sit. Being so new, there are no real shade trees yet but they have planted trees so as soon as they grow there will be shaded sites. This is not a big park, 47 sites, but it is without a doubt the best in the Fort Stockton area. The west side of the park overlooks a large valley and the Fire pit area is perfectly situated to watch the most amazing sunsets! It is a bit windy here because of the hilltop location but this is West Texas and to be expected in this area but that also helps cool it off when the temperatures get high. There are added fun and tasteful decorative touches on and in the buildings that make this park standout. The laundry is clean and has 3 washers and 3 dryers that operate on quarters ($1.50 to wash, $1.00 to dry). Call for a reservation! You will not be disappointed! We will not stay anywhere else in the Fort Stockton area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park, big sites, helpful staff, great "doggy patch" and very friendly people, we would stay again! AND... the internet worked, so many advertise this and it is far from reality. We would stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful spot for "Big Sky" sunsets. Newer park with level, gravel, large pull thru, FHU/50amp and Wi-Fi sites. No cable TV and no antenna reception except in Spanish. Easy on/off I-10. Quiet, above most traffic noise. Spotlessly clean, the owner was even picking up all the tumble weed. Very friendly and helpful owners. Excellent price. With cable TV and concrete pads, this would be a 10. We will definitely stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had a great experience at this park. We lost the transmission in our tow vehicle 20 miles from the park. The owners are the nicest, most helpful people I have ever met. They went far beyond my wildest expectations. The park is spotless; the roads and sites are gravel; the spaces wide and the hookups new, clean and easy to use. This will be the only park I consider when stopping in Fort Stockton. I give the staff and park the highest recommendation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Definitely the best in Fort Stockton. The price is right, it's clean, easy to find and the park owner is among the friendliest. Would recommend this one to anyone traveling on I-10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was very clean, the lots are very big and are some of the easiest to get your rig into. It was quiet even though we could see the highway. The nights we stayed the owners lit a fire in the community fire pit, the people were very friendly and went out of their way to say Hi. And the park is on a hill so no problem seeing some of the best sunsets and the mountains. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is on clay and gravel. The owners are new and seem to be very interested in taking care of their customers. They appear to be actively making improvements to the campground. Sites were fairly spacious and hook ups accessible. What I liked best was the "puppy patch" which is a small leash free run for dogs. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Extremely friendly camp hosts that went out of their way to offer information about the local area that proved very beneficial in seeing the sites. Very accommodating to let us move to another site to be on the end in the last row and had gorgeous views of some magnificent sunsets. Nice large pull thru sites in the back row, never used the Wi-Fi to know how it worked, but all other utilities worked well. Only complaint for this park would be the gravel and continual dust from the winds. Smaller, hard pack would be better, but the site was very level. Would stay here again and recommend to others. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very adequate park in the desert. Hard packed like caliche and very easy to move around in the park. All the utilities worked great and the Wi-Fi was as good as any park we have stayed in and we were in the very back row. Very nice laundry with front loading washing machines. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Self registration when we arrived, but campground hosts in site 10. Site gravel. Wi-Fi worked well. No cable TV and limited channels on antenna. Nice fire pit area near the office. Beautiful sunsets from the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed in various parks here in the last 20 years and despite my record keeping, it is hard to keep track of who is who. Thanks to this website we ended up here, at Hilltop, and can recommend it as others have. Ft, Stockton RV Park was a KOA 2 years ago and the Wi-Fi was bad. Parkview has declined far it does not offer Wi-Fi. I was willing to give A and M another try but was turned off by the phone conversation. We had a hard time evaluating our stay at this park because there is no one in the office to answer questions and the phone gets you a recorder. Thanks to the reviewers here we stayed the night and can recommend it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from freeway, roads/sites are gravel and easy to maneuver. On top of hill on edge of town, no shade or protection from wind. Good water, power, and cell (AT&T). Good for overnight stay. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent a night here in early November. We arrived at almost dark to find our name and site were posted on a white board in case we arrived after the office closed. Every site is a pull though. The restrooms were clean and access to the highway was easy, but you could hear almost no noise. The pool looked inviting and the owners are very friendly folks. It may be no frills, but the view of the desert and mountains is great. A great value for the dollar. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Loved this park for our one night. The owner was gracious and led us to our pull-through site which was plenty large for our bus with car trailer. The sites are gravel and landscaped and the view goes for miles. It is very easy in and out to I-10. Amenities include a pool and beautiful fire pit/conversation area. Really would have stayed here a few days if we could have. Verizon voice and data worked well. AT&T was fine with Edge. No satellite problems: trees are still small. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very quiet park. The staff was very nice and the sites are large. It was a nice stopping off place for a few days. The laundry room is small but very clean with new machines and the sitting room next door is wonderful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One year old park with flat gravel over entire site, very easy in/out. Wireless worked well. One set of "one person" bathrooms. We checked out a cheaper place but camped here instead. No discount but less than other places. Has a lending library of DVD's. Laundry clean, and reasonably priced. Puppy Patch for the dog. Sunset was wonderful, with a rainbow at the far end. Has been built by a camper, who understands both needs and rules. When the trees grow, it will be truly excellent. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a new park and the owners are terrific. It is a desert RV Park, with gravel level sites. When the trees grow it will be even better. The WiFi was secure and worked great. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Very friendly owners, easy on and easy off. Typical southwest park with gravel, no shade trees. But they are growing some, it's a new park. Clean park with nice pool and sitting area, would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
As others have stated a "nice" place to stop overnight and it did have a GREAT sunset. Staff/owners seem to be friendly. But overall this is a dirt field covered with gravel on a hilltop filled with a great many long-term or permanent residents. No cable and the local TV antenna pickup is good, just not in English. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. I agree with everything the previous reviewer said. Quiet and easy access. Very little noise from the highway (we were in the back). The view was spectacular at sunset. They had a sparkling new laundry room (for the first time ever I wished I had laundry to do) and a nice "adult lounge." Very friendly owners: very helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is easy to get to from IH-10. Gravel lot but was smooth and level. Excellent views from the top of the hill. Nothing nearby to obstruct the view. Far back enough from IH-10 to make it difficult to hear any traffic noise. Of the 48 something sites: about 40 of them full of fulltimers. Rear row, furthest away from noise, is reserved for overnighters. Excellent power and water. No cable TV. Only two "English" speaking TV stations on the aerial. Here are the cons. Man, if its windy or if there is a storm coming in: YOU are the tallest structure around! And the wind caused the trailer to rock allot with all the wind. Also, at night, they light this RV lot up like it's LAX Airport. And not with those wimpy 100 watt lights, but with those 10,000 watt Halogen spot beams. I have seen prison yards with less lights on at night. We had to put aluminum foil on the bedroom windows to darken it enough to sleep. Personally, I would suggest that they turn off the 10,000 watt Halogen beams at 10pm and maybe do what every other RV park does: go to a softer, less bright, yellow light for at night. We went to the nice pool. It's not large but was big enough, almost 6 feet deep in parts, super clean and COLD!!! Also there is a giant firepit you can use. Would have given them a 09 if there had been cable TV. The owners live on site in a large house next to the RV site. The woman owner is super nice and she called me twice to make sure that I would be able to find the RV Park and to go over all the amenities prior to my arrival. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here for an overnight stop. The park is easy to get to and has alot of room to move your rig into position for the pull throughs. The view is really spectacular: on a hill top to the west of Ft. Stockton. WiFi is very good. The pool looked very nice but we did not use it. Since this is a new park, all the electrical, water and sewer hookups were excellent. It is far enough away from I-10 so that there is no highway noise. Alot of working folks are here but we noticed that at several other parks in this area. We would definitely stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For a pit stop things don't get much easier than Hill Top RV park. Easy access from highway 10, big pullthroughs and full hookups along with Wi-Fi. Our Verizon phones and air card worked here as well. The hosts/owners are very nice and the park is spotless! We would not hesitate to stay here again if passing through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good park for an overnight stop just off Interstate 10. As the name implies, the site is on the top of a hill overlooking the desert and mountains and can therefore be very windy. The lady in the office is very helpful. She told us that the TV reception was sometimes unreliable and she offered us the loan of DVD's should we wish to borrow them. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a newer park with limited amenities. Pool was just about finished. The long pull through sites are in the back of the park. We had no problem fitting in the site with our 43' motorhome and car in tow. Front portion of park is mostly seasonal workers. Entire park is dirt and gravel. Ok for an over night stop. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice reception. Park looks new, sits atop a hill with great view. New swimming pool just opened. Fenced dog run area. Pull thru's with lots of maneuvering room. A great stop if your headed west. Wi-Fi works great even in the back of the park. Several digital TV stations can be picked up with antennae. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First of all, DO NOT plan on gassing up in Fort Stockton; the prices at all 5 or 6 stations in town are 30 cents higher than anywhere else we were in Texas. This new park is a flat square of clean white gravel with hook-ups on a hill. All pull-throughs, close to the Interstate and a fair price makes it a perfect overnight stop when crossing Texas. Owners are very nice too. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This well-laid out park was opened in August, 2009, and is clean and pleasant with friendly, helpful owners. Located outside of town on top of one of the highest hills in the area, the park offers a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside, including mountains in the distant west. The last row in the park is reserved for short-term guests, but is arranged so that access is easy for the biggest rigs. If your rig has a rear picture window, you will look out on natural, undeveloped terrain. Sites are long and wide and are essentially level, but we elected to use one tier of Lynx levelers which may not have been necessary. There is space to park the tow vehicle beside the fifth wheel. Bathrooms are new and clean, but there is one unit for men and one for women, each containing the toilet, shower, and lavatory, so only one person at a time. The bathrooms have no paper towels or soap. Pool appears to be nice, but we did not use it. Attractive landscaping. A nice, fenced dog area. Several small trees that will need a few growing years to make any impact. Being in the last row, I could not get the free w-ifi to work--the connection would come and go. Many long-term residents; but their sites are tidy. We recommend this park and would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a really nice park and is on top of a hill which makes the scenery beautiful! Across the street there were statues of the Buffalo Soldiers. The pool is being constructed and will be ready soon. The owners are very nice and work hard to keep this a top rated park. We would definitely stay here again if we come this way. The location is very convenient off I-10 and all the stores, restaurants, and fuel stations are easily found. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park for an overnight or longer stay if you like. The other reviews are correct. Owner is work on the swimming pool and it will be ready by late May. Nice fenced in dog run on east side. Bathrooms are unisex and new. Washer and dryers were one dollar each and all new. View from top of this small hill were great. Wal-Mart super store 2 miles away. pull-thru sites in back would fit any size RV unit. Wi-Fi was free and worked well at our site. Found two TV channels over the air and all in Spanish. Sunset fire pit next to office was a great way to see the sunset. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Owner is working hard to add more updates and build a good place to visit. Noise from I-10 is very low. We will return in future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As the name implies, the park is located on a low hill on the northwest side of Fort Stockton. It is fairly close to I-10, but freeway noise was minimal. It is a relatively new park with immature trees and other landscaping. The park is built on what appears to be a foot or more of finely crushed rock. It is like a large parking lot. None of it is paved. Dust was not an issue when we were here, since it had rained. The crushed rock drained well and only left a small amount of residue on the soles of shoes. They did a nice job on the power pedestals and water connections. However, the sewer inlets are about 6" from the ground level the coach is sitting on. The spaces are fairly large although it was hard to tell where one ended and another begins, no lines. The spaces were close to being level. The night we stayed, we appeared to be the only transient RV in the park (transient spaces are at the back of the park), although it appeared to be almost full. The full-time coaches were generally in good repair and everything was fairly neat. We did not check the showers. The staff was friendly and helpful. WiFi was good (free), but no cable TV. This is a good park for an overnight on I-10 in west Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground for an overnight stay. It's just recently opened so everything is new and in perfect operating order. Easy in and out from I-10 and the campground is a large level lot with good clearance between sites. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new park and is a work in progress at this time. Owner was digging a new pool as we checked in. There are lots of long termers here, but all units were clean and modern so no problems there. Pull through sites where we were assigned, are extremely large and easy to navigate. Site was level, water pressure was good, and Wi-Fi was good. As mentioned by others, this campground sits on top of a hill and sunset was gorgeous. Wind was also mentioned by others and was our only concern but that is not controlled by campground. We would most definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is just about perfect. It is what it is supposed to be: a great place to spend a night or two in West Texas. Everything is brand new and the pool is under construction. The owners are very friendly and proud of the place, and rightfully so. They made us feel very welcome. Easy access from I-10 and plenty of room to maneuver our 40-footer to the nice big pull-through sites in the back row. Nice views of the valley and we enjoyed a gorgeous sunset. We'll definitely stop again and will make time to explore the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was the second time we have stayed here. It is a nice stop-over spot along I-10. The staff is very friendly and the park is very clean. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a relatively new campground/RV Park. West side of Ft. Stockton. Very Pleasant looking from road and very tidy inside park. There are young trees at each site, swimming pool being installed, laundry etc. and being new is not a destination place nor a "resort which we were not looking for anyway, just a quiet, clean place to get off the road for the night. Some of the reviews are unfair in that it appears the reviewer was looking for a "resort" but this is as nice or nicer than many of the Good Sam Parks we have been in. We were checked in by owner who was very friendly, helpful and escorted us to a very large very level gravel campsite. We didn't even need to use the jacks to be level. All in all this is a very nice place to spend 1 or 2 nites with a beautiful view of the valley on the Westside of the campground. We will not hesitate to return when in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice work-in-progress RV park! There are good signs off I-10 and surrounding roads to find the park. We stayed here 2 nights, and enjoyed our time here. The sites are pretty level, hard packed gravel on a solid rock base. The owners are very friendly, and concerned that your stay is good. They are working on amenities (laundry and swim pool will be available soon) and that will just make your stay better! The RV park is on a hill above the freeway, and the view (especially from the back row) of the area and the sunset is spectacular here in West Texas!! The city of Fort Stockton has an old history, and there is a historic tour you can drive. There are ample places for meals and groceries, and it is a friendly town. If we are through this area again, we will definitely stay here!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed two days. The other reviews are accurate. This park is nice enough for a layover but it is not a destination. Roads and pads are a clay-like gravel (awful in the rain). Showers/bathrooms and utilities are all new. Wi-Fi was average or slower. Surprisingly, the highway was barely noticeable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent one night here and the park was fine. Park is new and still being worked on. Freeway noise was not bad at all. Park is all gravel but smooth. Needs more signage to find. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice high desert campground. We looked at all the choices in the area via this site and Hilltop was the best. It is new so the owners are still building things. One thing was a little confusing. Nearly all the sites in the park point North, except the back row, sites 42-47 where over-nighters would park. This row faces South. We pulled in North because that was the direction all the other rigs were parked. The owners didn't say anything, and just wished us a pleasant stay (we were already parked and hooked up). I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new park, opened in 2009. Gravel sites are big enough to keep our fifth wheel hitched for our one night stay, but you will have to do some leveling. Park is located on a hilltop on the edge of town with great views of the desert and great sunsets. Owners and staff are friendly and helpful. The bathroom facilities are clean, but quite limited--a single full bath for men, and a single full bath for women. If you really gotta go, and someone's taking a shower, you'll have to wait. No cable TV but the park is in a great spot for satellite reception and the regular antenna picks up a few stations. Walmart, grocery shopping and restaurants are near by. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After reading previous reviews, I was a little apprehensive about staying here, but for the price it was OK for an overnight. Facilities are old but the bathrooms were clean. Sites are dirt but pretty level. Offered cable TV and Wi-Fi was free but did not work well. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We stayed one night. It's a poorly maintained RV park -- poor roads, glass shards (broken beer bottles), cig butts, beer caps scattered everywhere, though site was level. First site we pulled into have a dog barking through the (permanent) neighbors screen, so we asked to move. Also, the pull-thru's are set up so each rig opens to your neighbor (i.e., front door to front door). The showers/bathrooms are old (very old), though clean, but did not use. The office while efficient was more like we were bothering them. It was quiet at night, though there are a lot of folks who live here full-time who have dogs, who bark. And as others have said, some very old shabby rigs here. Wouldn't recommend, though for $15, we survived. Cable was good and Wi-Fi worked well. For a quick overniter, it worked, but wouldn't come back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our rate was with Passport America. These were sites in a huge open part gravel, part pot holed asphalt area, most of the RV's looked like full time residents with a few passing travelers, 50 amp worked great, TV worked great, Wi-Fi worked great, it was quiet all night. On the down side, it was dusty as is all of that area, it was not an area that appears secure but we didn't have any problems, we were advised by others to skip the showers so we showered at the new Flying J up the road. For an overnight, we felt is was OK. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very poorly maintained. Hesitated to pull in, but it was late in the day. Wifi wouldn't hook up. Cable TV was extra charge. Lots of potholes and junky appearing rigs. Very noisy part of town with lots of motorcycles. Uneasy overnight. Will not return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a delightful change from some of the expensive parks we just came from. There was a 10% discount for military and disabled vets; the sites are unshaded but clean and easy for access. The showers/bathroom was clean and a welcome respite. We will surely be repeat customers on our way through Fort Stockton. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a tired, old park that is a barren site. It is close to town and restaurants. I asked about wi-fi and manager said it wasn't working. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Minimally satisfactory park, but was fine for an overnight stop. The sites were dusty and there seemed to be an excessive amount of "cut through" traffic ,and the park could have been kept cleaner and freer of debris. Our site was not very level. But owner was helpful and friendly and the park was convenient to fuel and the interstate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Don't ever stay at this park unless you are desperate! The lady at check in was very rude; should have just walked out and gone somewhere else. The park is so run down it should be shut down. There was only one other traveler there; the rest (10-15) were permanent residents. Out of 86 sites she put us right next to the road that mobile homeowners use to cut through the park to the street. It was a racetrack all night. The "lean-to" was so close to our motorhome we couldn't put out the awning. Nothing but dirt and ants! Couldn't wait to get out of there. Have never stayed in a park I felt we should sleep with a gun under the pillow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
6 is for value with Passport America. Don't expect much, the PA rate is $10 per night and you get a full hookup site. We paid the extra $2 for a decent cable lineup. This is a good place for a 1 night stop with hookups. Too bad the town is a 1, nothing here worth seeing at all. Fast food and gas stations plus a Super Wally. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an old park that owners were trying to keep up. The bathrooms were clean. We stayed using PPA, which only cost us $10. We paid $2 extra to run the air conditioner. We didn't want cable, but wireless internet. We had the best Wi-Fi of our entire 3500-mile trip. The guy in the office seemed a little serious at first, but after talking a bit, warmed up to conversation. While we wouldn't want to spend our vacation here, a stay for the night was alright. As for the previous review, stickers and thorns are an integral part of the southwest. We would stay here again when passing through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Used this park to overnight. Rate is negotiated Passport rate (long story). This park has the most confusing layout of sites I have ever encountered. It was also difficult for us to locate by GPS. The park is a dust bowl. The owner or manager. was very grumpy. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pretty bare bones park that works for in and out overnight stays. Easy to get to from I-10 and easy to get into sites that are level. Actually looks like a large gravel and dirt parking lot, but as I said easy to get in and around. Would stay here again if only passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access off the interstate. Good for overnight, but not a destination. Looks primitive with no landscaping or picnic tables. Pretty barren, but has level sites. Feels old and in need of updating and paint. Good stopover for the price. Halfway between San Antonio, Texas and Las Cruses, New Mexico. The manager is very nice and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has mostly long term residents. WI-FI is nonexistent even though they claim its available throughout the park. Could not get cap off of sewer line. When we asked staff for help, was told, "why do you need it anyway, we have shower houses over there?". When we insisted, he came over with a tool to open it. Neighbors said that they had difficulty with getting electricity turned on. Broken glass on campsite and plants with two inch thorns in the parking pad. Would have been better off boon docking in Wal-Mart parking lot. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A poorly adequate campground, OK for a one night stopover, but we were uneasy all night. Gravel, dirt roads and sites, lots of litter in our space (broken glass, bottle caps, butts). Pull through sites share utility poles so you'll be side to side if they were full, but they weren't during our stay. Extra charge for 50 amp service. Rate is PA. Front portion of campground is for travelers, rear has several mobile home trailers. Lots are unkempt. Wi-Fi receptions is nonexistent; we were told it was available at all sites but we couldn't get a signal anywhere we tried. Would rather not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is just bare bones, old, gravel and not very fancy. It did provide a place for us to stop on way home. $11 per night Passport America, great price. Manager is very nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate is with the Passport America discount. This is a very barren park with not much going for it. However, it is well worth the price for a one night stop. All utilities were in good working order. Showers were clean and very usable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
PA rate was good, the old bathrooms/showers were clean, that was the best part. The Wi-Fi did not work as promised, the laundry room was very old and machines were worn and dirty: $.75 per machine. The sites were uneven gravel, no trees anywhere, and the wind never stopped. Check in person was pleasant but unhelpful with Wi-Fi issue. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The site we were assigned had power lines that drooped so low that our motorhome would have easily touched them had we entered the site. We took a different site. The new site was so off-level that our rear Atwood leveling jacks topped off while attempting to level and could not be retracted. This required a call to Coach-Net and a service call had to be made to have a mechanic dispatched. When we told the management of our change in sites and our current difficulty with the jacks, there was no response. The grounds are dirt and gravel with trash blowing around. We'll never stay here again and we wish you good luck if you decide to stay there. You'll need it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America rate - 30amp. This is an unpaved parking area. Perfect for a cheap overnight stop. For anything else it's probably useless. Advertised wi-fi no-where to be found. Expect nothing and you won't be disappointed. We will be back when passing through some other time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well, this is an older park. We paid $10, Passport America and it was worth it. Bathrooms and showers are very tired but clean for how old they are. The lots are big. Cable is excellent, 64 analog and 28 digital. We couldn't get the Wi-Fi where we were but are self contained so we hadn't asked to have it. Check in was friendly. Good one nighter on our way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
yikes, we stayed here because we were getting work done on our coach, otherwise, no way. Old run down park, electricity was weak, even at 50 amps. Lady at check in was very nice. AT&T signal OK. Rate reflects PPA discount. Many 'regulars" living here. Leaving early in the morning (5am) for work. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Old campground with little updates. TV was marginal. W-ifi worked for an hour then cut out. Many monthly renters who leave for work early in morning. Low hanging electrical lines present problems for big rigs. Owner was congenial. We used our Passport America discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Old rundown park with mobile homes and long time residents. Gravel sites that were dusty. This was an overnight stay while traveling through. I don't think that I would come back for any extended stay. Rate was PPA and had an extra $2 for 50 amp service. We didn't use the cable TV which was also a $2 extra fee. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely the worst place we have ever stayed. The rate based on Passport then added $2 for 50amp, $2 for cable TV, then $2 to wash our coach. The place is dirty, dusty, electric poles crossing through it, no grass, just dirt and gravel. Terrible. I would never come back here. I would gladly have paid more and stayed elsewhere, had I known. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If one were to sit down and design the ugliest possible campground, this is what they'd come up with. Utilities on telephone poles with wires strung whichway. Ungraded gravel. Argh! Was good this was 1/2 price with PA. I gave then an extra point for having laundry, showers and Wi-Fi (sort of). We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just stayed overnight so it was perfect for that, but very hot and dusty. PPA price. Full hook ups and plenty of channels on cable. Good in and out. Very friendly office staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Old park. OK for overnight. Dusty, gravel sites. Charge extra for AC. No shade available. City park across highway. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Would not stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff is far from helpful or just even friendly. We got to this place because of PA and saving money for an overnight stay. But honestly, go someplace else. It's just a bunch of dirt roads, not an RV Park. No fence, no trees, Wi-Fi wasn't working properly. We wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here to save a few bucks. We were charged $12. Even tho the Passport America rate should have been $10. The site was trashy, not level and lots of broken glass. We pass thru Fort Stockton once or twice each year. We will stay somewhere else next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is basically a very large, no-frills gravel and dirt lot. Ten bucks cash, pull up to a numbered pole, hook up, level the rig, and there you are. There are no gates or fences, and you can easily drive onto the lot from a side street, so I would rate security as pretty low. I have stayed here twice while transiting through because it's cheap, quiet, and I've never been bothered, so it's worked for me when I'm feeling frugal. My Direct TV and Verizon air card worked fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are greatly disappointed as to how we were misled about the rates as this park. We were told $10 to $12 and when we arrived we were told that this applied only to Passport America holders. We never mentioned this in our conversation. The park is VERY complicated to find and was NOT locatable by our Garmin GPS. We were treated like we were stupid on the phone when we call for additional directions. The highway 285 makes an unmarked right turn that you can easily drive past. It is only marked from the opposite (north) direction, and this is VERY hard to see/read. We drove past it twice. The sites need SERIOUS maintenance, (electric boxes all trashed/corroded), sewer connections buried in the weeds, and 80 psi water pressure that we were NOT warned of. We will NOT return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Parking in a "field" with full hookups. Out of the immediate town so this park is quiet. Not many people here, but it's early in the season. The gravel roads are a little dusty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is just a park for an overnight stay. It is conveniently situated of I-10 but that is all there is. There should be Wi-Fi but the manager told us that it does not work. Restrooms and showers are very basic but clean. No landscaping at all, just dust. We paid the PA rate: $ 10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I arrived just before 1:00 in the afternoon after having been told it didn't matter what time I arrived. There was no one at the office and the sign read open at 1:00, check in time is 11:00 NO EARLY CHECK IN, so I drove into the park to be out of the way and walked back to the office. Well the "sweet" woman at the desk said "OK, I'll open early, it is customary to check in first". Sorry about that. If the park were any worse looking I would have left right then. I'll be here just one night and won't bother go outside, it is that bad. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good for an overnight stay. Has large, long, wide sites. Level, easy to use without disconnecting from the truck. Good electric. Laundry was inexpensive. Restrooms were old but very clean. No Wi-Fi at our site. No ambiance, but Passport America rate of $10 plus $2 for 50 amp met our needs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Definitely only a stop over park. One night is about all it's worth. Lots of road noise and traffic driving through rather fast at times. Office person was borderline rude, didn't seem very thrilled to have his Saturday "bothered" by us paying customers. Wires above site bounced in the wind all night so much so my wife thought they'd hit the top of the trailer. Think one of those Christmas tree lots with poles stumped in the ground everywhere and wires going from pole to pole. Next time through we'll look elsewhere. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camp host was rude. The bench by the laundry room door broke when sat upon, because the wood was rotten (even though it had recently been painted.) This campground should only be considered if you are just passing through the area, and don't care where you stay while doing so! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pros: very large pull-throughs with 50 amp sites (able to leave TOAD hooked up and had plenty of room to spare). Plus the sites are wide as well; easy in/out (even for a 45' + TOAD); water/sewer fine; owner was pleasant. Cons: office not clearly marked; sites were virgin desert that had been scraped, dirt was powdery (very messy); site was very unlevel; electrical was suspicious: power lines overhead, there was only 1 hot, 1 neutral and a ground (not 220V). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Definitely basic but quite adequate for an overnight stay. Power was good, cable TV was excellent, site was flat and very long making pull throughs very easy. No WiFi at our site. Restrooms old but clean. Quiet area. Owner was pleasant and helpful. A real bargain at the Passport America rate of $10 plus $2 for CATV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay, if you use passport for 1 or 2 nights, but I certainly wouldn't pay $20 a night. All of the wires are overhead so it's like a pole forest. The water pressure is low and there is no security. Traffic drives through the park. The other reviews are also accurate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is no aesthetic appeal to this campground but it is conveniently located to I-10 and for one or two nights it's OK. It looks very rough. I would not stay here for an extended period of time. We had full hookups but the electric, when tested, showed an OPEN GROUND on 30 amp service - beware! Check before you connect! 50 amp service is at an additional charge. Sites are pull-through, dirt and are tight. Water pressure was sub-standard - had to use the rig's internal water pump to boost pressure to adequate levels. Sewer was adequate. There is NO over-the-air TV reception - satellite only. Verizon cell phone and Internet air-card reception was adequate. We stayed here as Passport Members. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We only camped here for one night enroute to the Fredericksburg area. This campground has an ugly appearance but our pull-through site was very spacious. Biggest complaint was that the sewer backed up when we unloaded our gray water. This is a Passport America park and the low price was our main reason for staying here. The owners/managers seemed somewhat grumpy in nature. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We read the reviews on this one, but wanted to give them a chance. Big mistake. It's worse than others have stated. It's a big dust bowl. What site there is, is full of cement blocks with metal pipes sticking up out of them. We had to call for better directions and the young lady was rather rude. When we followed her directions and got lost, we had to call back. On the second call she was really nasty. However, when it came to taking the money for the site she was oh, so friendly. If we weren't so tired we would have gone on down the road. We will certainly pay more attention to others comments from here on. We camped here, one night only, in June 2009. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WE DID NOT STAY AT THIS PARK. Pulled in and then pulled out and went down the road to Ft. Stockton RV Park. There is no way this should be a PA park. It is an empty parking lot just off the main road. The only other "rigs" there were broken down trailers that were there permanently. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a "Passport America" (PA) Park. Regular rate is $20, PA rate is $10, plus $2 for Electric, plus $2 for cable. Also, a $2 fee if you want to wash your rig. How it got into PA is unknown to us. The PA directions were wrong. I had to call to find out how to get there. Once there, we took one look and left. It is in a less than desirable part of town. I would feel safer staying at a rest stop. We took one look and left. We are not picky, but this was beyond us even feeling safe. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park on our way through Texas. It is by far the worst campground we encountered on our trip to California from Florida. The bath faciltiy is anything but clean or private. The little shelters over the broken picnic tables were in deplorable condition. The condition of the sites were horrible with trash and broken glass all around. We had to witness some domestic violence and a screeming session between a couple of permanet residents. Should be removed for Passport America listing. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 3 / 10 ]
Just a big dusty lot with pullthrus and power on overhead power poles. Passport America rate is not good for 50A. This will cost you $2.00 extra. Lady in the office could not have been nicer. Great customer service attitude. This is not a destination campground. Okay for a one night stopover. Not much to choose from in this area. Except for Califonia this is always the most expensive gas during our yearly cross country trips. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came here again after 3 years, and yes it was worse! Price is PA rate. We only stayed one night. It does have 30/50 amp. It also has dirt, dead grass, weeds and a forest of large power poles. Power to sites is overhead not buried. We would not stay here again (I hope). We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate I listed is Passport America with 30 amp service with no cable. All upgrades are sold separately. This is a very, very dusty park. We experienced very high winds while we were there so it seemed we were always chewing grit. Spaces are close together but fairly long. The park is adequate for a one night stop but I would not want to stay longer. There are a large number of older, poorly maintained rigs and construction barracks type units. I would not feel safe walking around the park by myself. The sewage pipe was plugged with a piece of driftwood. Fuel in the Fort Stockton area was the most expensive that we bought in a 600 mile trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the second time we have visited this park, and my impression has not changed. The person who was in the office when we arrived this time was actually very rude and abrupt. As soon as Passport America was mentioned, he had no spots available, but would offer us dry camping for the same price because we were already paying only half the regular price. Needless to say, we moved on and will never visit this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America rate of $9, plus $2 cable, plus $2 for 50 amp. As the other review says, just OK for a night. There is nothing in Fort Stockton to see or do. The Fort is a corner stone in the ground and not worth seeing (we were told that by the people in the site next to us). But be warned, there is a big gas plant under construction nearby, the parks here are either filled to capacity or very close. We got in, but rigs were being turned away shortly after. Also stopped on the Comanche first, they were full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is alright for a over night stay. The man behind the desk had lost his personality, or was just not the talking type. We paid our 18.00 and found our spot. It's what we had expected when we first saw it. The spot we had was level but the coke bottle half full of water for the drain cover was a bit weird. There seems to be some road noise but being in town it's to be expected. Also quite dusty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The stoic manager and some of the NASCAR racing type residents are a little scary ( zooming trucks through the entrance road to the mobile homes and trailers in the back), but for ONE night at the PA rate of $9, you'll probably be okay. Another $2 for cable, which is very good, and free WiFi was fine. Spartan bathroom better than outside appearance. Long, wide dirt sites not quite level. Sewer is a hole in the ground with a bottle cover. Road noise all night; try to park away from highway. Good luck. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for amenities, then this park is not for you. It's basically a field with hookups. Sites are large, but next to the road. Road noise all night. Owner not your typical RV park owner, somewhat reserved and not chatty. We would stay here again, but only for an overnight stop. Good value for what we got. Where can you find a full hookup site with free internet for only $9 on Passport America? We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here in a 40' motorhome using Passport America. Sites were good size and we had 50 amp. WIFI was free and worked well. This is a good park for short term. Like said previously, I would have to be there when it rained. Overall, excellent value for the money and a good jump off point for touring. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the first rv park we have ever driven up to and turned around and left. It is a big dirt field with hookups. We couldn't bring ourselves to stay for one night. I can only imagine what it would be like if it rained. There is a state park about 45 miles west of Ft. Stockton that was much better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have a dually/36' high-profile fifth wheel. Our pull-through site was generous with plenty of space. Park a bit run-down but serviceable and certainly OK for overnight. Washrooms a bit primitive, but adequate. WiFi from site brilliant and also Ethernet connection in office. Cable TV excellent. Overall excellent value for money. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is an OK overnight stay, especially at the $11 Passport America rate. Facilities are old and very basic--The power was wired incorrectly at the 1st site we were in. They did fix it. Just a dirt parking lot, but does have full services. Probably would be a muddy mess if it rained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 2 nights in a Class A pulling a large enclosed trailer. The staff went out of their way to accommodate our needs with this long combination. The park is huge and has basic amenities. It is extremely convenient for the twice yearly Open Road Races held here as it is directly across the street from Rooney Park. we elected to stay here because it was SO much quieter than the other RV parks in town along I-10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Did not stay here. Drove up and camp host very rude. We went because it was a Passport America discount, but it had too many extra charges. Said we could only use our propane for heat. Looked run down including bath. It would be just an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is kind of old and like a big dirt parking lot, but lots of pull throughs and easy access. Restrooms and showers were old, but very clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. Good overnight park, but wouldn't want to stay there long. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The $11 Passport America rate gets you a long level pull-through with 50 amp full hookups. 30 amp sites are $9. Access is very easy for big rigs. Free WiFi that worked just fine at our site makes this an even bigger bargain. The laundry was clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Passport America rate is $9.00. No amenities. Pull thru's. Stopped here before. Quiet at night. No overhead lights - so its dark for sleeping. Not the most secure feeling place. We are here on Thanksgiving and wanted to go out for dinner (nothing going on in the Park). Town was absolutely shut down, Nothing open. In spite of negative comments, its a cheap stopover on the way south. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came to this park with a mechanical problem on a Friday afternoon. The campground owner could not have been more helpful. But for his cheerfully given assistance, we would have missed our appointment in Kerrville the following day. Super nice folks like this need our support so I hope that anyone needing a quiet place just far enough off the I-10 not to hear it will patronize this park. Very highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 4 / 10 ]
Don't stop here if you want a pretty park. It is a wide open field with no amenities. But considering where you are in Texas, it is good for a cheap one night stay. We have been here before and knew what to expect. We wanted a level spot easy to get into and then go to sleep. A Passport park ,but they charge extra for 50 AMP. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was on open, flat, sandy ground. All of the sites were pull throughs. The sites share the utility poles with on other site. We enjoyed the road runners that ran through the campground each morning. This is a great park for a one or two night stopover. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy in and out, wide pull thru sites. There were a lot of stumps from dead trees and the whole campground had a bit of a run down feeling. But the sites were level, the staff was pleasant. Okay for an overnight stay, but not a destination place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park advertises a pool, however it is an above ground type and there wasn't any water in it. The campground has a dilapadated feel to it. Thankfully we were spending one night. We would have looked elsewhere if staying in Ft Stockton longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport America park. It is not really a very well maintained park, but OK for an overnight stop when traveling I-10. Roads are gravel & wide enough for big rigs, no trees. They put overnighters at the front in pull thrus near the highway. Sites are gravel/dirt and level with some side by side hookups. At least half the park is permanent residents. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They stated in the paperwork they handed out that they had a pool. I looked out the window of our motorhome wondering where it was, and saw a Doughboy Pool in a dirt field! I was curious because they advertised that they charged 25 cents to use it! We were parked in a large dirt field a short distance away from the "Pool." I would never stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.