2 Parks near Ozona, Texas
Jun 2015 - $40.00
Agree with everyone that it is a one night stay at best and I paid more than I should have. They do have a very few 50 amp sites as I was in one. Along with the gravel is a lot of weeds. Doubt I would stay again. - Pops42
Jun 2013 - $30.00
It is OK for an overnight stay. Has basic cable, water, sewer, 30 amp only electric. Gravel sites, fairly level. Lots of permanent residents, few visitor open sites. No Wi-Fi. Was quoted $28 but the young man at the office said it was $30, so I took it anyway. Staff is friendly at office, they helped me find the place, after Google map got me to the wrong place in town. I would use the place again, for an overnight safe place. - Joe O
Mar 2012 - $25.00
Okay for an overnight, a big parking lot, pretty close to other sites, but a place to park and sleep. Easy access to/from I-10. - Stella's Mama
Ozona, Texas (map) | (325) 392-2611
Sites: 95 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 43 Reviews
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This park seems to be a failed resort type park. There is a swimming pool but it's locked up. The park itself is bare dirt, with sand spurs. All the sites are concrete paved pull-throughs. There seem to be many permanent residents with trash and junk all over the park. The restrooms were semi-clean but decrepit.
Each site has a trash can hanging on a pole and a barbeque grill of the type usually found in state parks. Some of the power boxes have broken jacks and some of the water facets are broken.
There is a row of empty FEMA type mobile homes. - agesilaus
Mar 2015 - $40.00
This used to be a KOA a few hundred years ago. Now it's a dusty field with hookups. There's concrete separating the sites, which are fairly close together and no trees for privacy or shade. We stayed here before and since the last time they've added quite a few park models in some of the sites, up on blocks. Apparently there are more people working around Ozona, Texas than in the past.
The price is up, although the woman at the motel who checked us in insisted that the price hasn't increased in 5 years. For a parking space in a dusty lot with full hookups, cable, and wifi, it's not ridiculous. They give you a 15% discount at the restaurant with your site. There is nothing around and the fuel at the nearby station is way more expensive than others we passed. For one night it's fine. I can't imagine staying longer. - Pull Toy
May 2014 - $30.00
I agree with the comments from the other posters regarding this RV Park. You drive to the office, which looks like an old KOA "A" frame and the door is locked informing you to drive across a wide parking area to the motel office. The Park is full with oil contract workers. I was informed at the office they only keep 5 open sites for travelers and I missed getting a site. I will not stop here again - Bob Woodall