After 2 weeks in Washington DC we wanted some peace and quiet for a couple of weeks, and wanted to be close enough to Cleveland to go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. We found this place in our Passport America book and they had a spot for us even over July 4th weekend. Great owner, beautiful area (although it is in middle of nowhere) large grassy sites. I almost never give a "10" but I just couldn't find a reason not to here.
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've stayed here twice as a stopover. It's very functional, and the people are friendly. The noise from highway 101 isn't too bad, but it seems to be a naturally windy place. We'll stay here again as a stopover.
The reviews seem to be pretty polarized on this place, but add us to the group who likes it. There just aren't a lot of options in the Carmel area. Yes, this place takes a 10 minute drive from highway 1, and the approach road and bridge can scare the daylights out of you if you're driving a 40' coach, but it's nice and quiet. Sites are very nice but only a few will handle big rigs and only a few have satellite reception due to trees blocking most of the others. Owners let their dogs run loose, and they do their business all over. There are full hook ups, cable TV and nicely manicured grounds. Pricey, but you're in Carmel. About one third of the park appears to be long term residents, but there were no issues with this, and everyone was friendly. We'll stay here again.