Very friendly and helpful owner/manager. This is a very small park, 16 spaces, on the east end of Roswell that offers AARP discount and is out of the town traffic a bit. Not a resort, but very nice in that the spaces are spacious (we have 3 slideouts) with more than enough room. Pull through spaces are facing a gate that eliminates pulling through the camp to get out. Open the gate and go. Very well kept grounds, we didn't need the facilities, however, if they are as clean as the office and grounds it makes for a very nice lay over. We stopped to get out of the heavy wind and were glad we stopped here. Would stop again.
It was very windy so we stopped at first place off main hwy. They only had 1 space available due to other 6 being occupied by perm. renters. We needed a place to spend night so we were glad they had a space. Pull thru short, very level, hwy noise all night and early in am perm. residents started vehicles and left around 6 am. It is definitely not a destination or "resort" park, but suited our need to get off the highway in the wind. Probably would not stay here again.
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.