Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $11.00
After finding the park (GPS was trying to send us 50miles south.) the park was not bad. Some potholes to maneuver around. Staff was helpful. Sites are gravel and dirt. La natural for the area. Acceptable for the price. Acceptable for an overnight stop. Good 50 amp and Verizon WiFi is strong. Would stay again for an overnight stop. We camped at Parkview RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $13.00
This park looks like an abandoned field with full
hookups. Dirt, rock, broken glass, and weeds. Power lines dangling from pole to pole. No covers over electrical outlets. Really an abandoned field. Passport discount was $11. But if you want 30amp it's $3 more. We camped at Parkview RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Price includes cable (100 channels) and 50 amp. Voltage very good, water and Internet are adequate. Large pull-throughs; my site (57) was long enough for our 45' and toad. Quite a bit of trash and there were weeds around the hookups. Laundry and restrooms are very old and none too clean. Off the I-10 so it is quiet. For an overnight stay passing through, I would stay again. Roads are only fair, some are paved, others are rock. Site is rock, dirt, and weeds. We camped at Parkview RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is not a 'destination' resort. It is however, a good and clean overnight campground to use during your travels. The price is very reasonable ($22.00) or half of that with a Passport America discount. The overnighter sites are full hookup pull-throughs but are a little short in length. I have a 37' M/H with a tow and had to stick out into the departure lane a little to get the toad out of the road. Not bad though. The sites are pretty level, gravel, and 90° to the roads. I was on site 35 and there were power poles between every other site that had fairly low power lines connecting the sites. My CB antennas cleared them with no problems.
I did not use the restroom/shower facilities nor the laundry facility, so I cannot comment on them. There is no pool but they have free Wi-Fi and cable TV at a nominal cost.
There are quite a few permanents or long-termers in the park who probably work in the local area, but their sites are clean and neat.
The check in staff was friendly and helpful in information about the local area.
I would stay here again and would recommend this place to others. We camped at Parkview RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Very easy to get to via I-10 westbound. There is a Flying J and WalMart nearby and easy to get to.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $11.00
We asked for no cable and were given a site. We had hooked up and were getting ready to put slides out. Hubby decided he would like cable for the evening. When I called to ask to move, the staff person huffed and puffed like we were putting a big effort on her. I went to pay for the cable ($2) and again she acted like it was such an effort to change a number on the form. Plenty of sites were open. Grass around the electric pole, sewer, and water hookup was very overgrown. We only stayed one night, so the price was right. We camped at Parkview RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $11.00
We stayed here 2 nights due to the unseasonal cold. The park is all gravel but the sites were level and the electric was a solid 50 amp. We filled our water tank but did not hook up water or sewer due to the temp-22 degrees overnight! We then dumped just before leaving. Park is neat and tidy and an adequate place to sit out the cold! We camped at Parkview RV Park in a .
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 at Parkview RV Park in a Truck Camper.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $15.00
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 at Parkview RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $15.00
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 at Parkview RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $12.00
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 at Parkview RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $14.00
Good overnight stop for I-10 travelers that accepts PPA (Passport America). WiFi was weak, but that seems to be the norm for RV parks. Will stay here again..... We camped at Parkview RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $20.00
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 at Parkview RV Park 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 at Parkview RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
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 at Parkview RV Park in a Motorhome.