8 Parks near Fort Stockton, Texas
Oct 2011 - $15.00
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. - SteveCampsTx
Dec 2008 - $15.00
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. - leomom
Feb 2007 - $10.00
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!! - mcgill5
Aug 2016 - $13.00
Good for an overnight. Needs a lot of cleaning up. Lots of trash on ground. Laundry building and bath house looks terrible, but I didn't go in them. Hookups were good. No cable TV anymore as its all digital now and you have to have a box for it.
Price is right so don't expect a luxury park. If you want that, there is a new one off I-10 for $30.00 a night. I would stay here again. - M.Register
Jul 2016 - $15.00
The on-site owner seems to mean well, but a major maintenance blitz would go a long way to improve this park. Many long time residents seem not to care. We ended up in a FHU pull-thru site, but it took a while. Only a few of the sites scattered through the park have 50Amp power available and the person in the office didn't seem to know which ones that might be and/or which were occupied. The owner saw us driving aimlessly about and came to our rescue. With the Passport America discount it is a reasonable place to overnight but I'm not sure I would stay here again. In this part of Texas, distances are long and parks may be few and far between. - Alworth
May 2016 - $15.00
Good campground for overnight stay in Stockton. The sites are gravel. The wifi is marginal. TV and other full hook-ups were perfect. Ft. Stockton area is barran desert with high winds. Ok overnight stay. They did not overcharge for adequate amenities. - rvjubilee
May 2015 - $16.00
Same old, Same old. Gravel parking lot with functioning hookups - thats it. Easy access to/from I-10. Much less road noise than I remembered. Only a few spots are going to be large enough to put in a big rig and stay hitched up - if its full. As it was, with drilling activity apparently down you wouldn't have any trouble being out of the way. - fulltimer121
Jun 2014 - $16.00
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. - A-S_Travels
Nov 2013 - $18.00
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. - cherrytree
Jan 2012 - $20.00
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. - kavernon
Jul 2016 - $34.00
We have stayed at Fort Stockton RV Park for several years. The park has continued to upgrade and maintain their facilities each year. This year it is be best we have seen. There were 2 staff members in the office for check in. Very helpful staff. Yes, the ground are in the desert with a few trees, little grass, and gravel parking spots. All in good shape. The onsite café is very nice--the chicken fried steak is great and filling. WiFi is excellent. Cable TV works well. Easy access from I-10 going east or west. We will stay again upon our return trip home. - Tim and Susan
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Good location for stop-over off IH10. Sites fairly level. Restrooms/showers immaculate. Former KOA park. Good dog park. Nice staff. Cafe on site. - dwade
Jun 2016 - $34.00
Another excellent stay at this park. Check-in was quick and efficient; the staff is extremely helpful. There are still a large number of full-timers, but they help keep the park open for those of us traveling through. We parked in spot 50 facing the access road to the park - easy in and out and no noise from the Interstate. The grounds were neat and clean. It is West Texas, so it is hot and dusty. However, the park has a nice dog run and other grass areas for your pets. One of the highlights each time we've stayed here is dinner at the Roadrunner Cafe. Excellent staff, quick service, great food at a very reasonable price. - Don & Candy
Aug 2016 - $33.00
We were traveling back to California and needed a place to stay in Fort Stockon so I used RV park reviews to see what parks were in the area and this park had the best the reviews and I can see why. Very clean and nice friendly people running the park. Thank you! - Cactus cutie
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Not sure where the high ratings come from on this campground. The campground is what passes for dirt in this area - crushed limestone or better known as caliche. It's bright white, sticks to everything and is as barren as a campground can get. I'm not talking about just in the site I'm talking about everywhere in the campground.
There were 2 or 3 other overnighters passing through here the night I stayed and all the rest (maybe 45) were workers, mostly oil filed or related industry workers. So, the morning came early when dozens of diesel trucks all started up to go to work around sun up.
There's a pool with some grass around it. and a small dog park and a long skinny dog "run" and that's the sum total of grass here.
You're right on I-10 on the access road but road noise wasn't a major issue because it's 100 degrees here in the summer and you'll keep all window shades pulled and the AC roaring.
There are two individual men's rooms / women's rooms - all full up all morning long.
WiFi was pretty good here and so was cell coverage.
It was a handy location, but even though I come back this way often I doubt I'd return.
PS. Fort Stockton has about 3-RV parks none of them are "nice." This might be the nicest of the 3, but that's all that can be said about it. - Creativepart
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Park clean as can be with west Texas dirt. Great sites with easy access in and out. Just pay attention leaving. Go to the left to return to I-10 west. Great place to overnight. - fletch460