Sites are long, mostly pull thrus but some of the turns at the end of the rows were a little snug to get into that last site. Swimming pool was clean and felt wonderful in the 90 degree heat of the afternoon (and the hot tub was fun in the 56 degree cool of the evening). They have a lovely, large group meeting room/lobby with a fireplace and free coffee from around 6 to 10 each morning. Just off the meeting room they have a large aviary with nesting finches and parakeets and, outside the patio doors of the meeting room they keep a herd of desert tortoises. Cute, cute, cute. The park store was very well stocked. We will definitely stay there again.
Charming RV Park with shaded sites, lovely flowers and helpful hosts. I'd have given it at 10 except for the noise from Highway 101. We were right on that back row against the highway and those trucks just kept on moving...all...night...long.
Lovely, impeccably clean, quiet park. We are growing to rely on RV Park Reviews and, once again, other reviewers have been “spot-on” with where to stay; this time it was Hilltop RV Park in Fort Stockton. The sites are wide, graveled and level. The shade trees are young but growing fast. WiFi was excellent. The showers and bathrooms were impeccably clean, as was the swimming pool. Which, because of solar gain: was warm, even on the last night in September! We did not even turn on the TV so no report from us on cable. The Hilltop RV Park is on top of one of the few hills in the Fort Stockton area, with lovely views and lovely starlit nights. The park is on the hill across from Brian Norwood's "Look to the East" Sculptures. Woodalls directions are flawed but the manager was gracious and helped us get here. Just call, they will get you right in. CARetired was correct: “1st RV park from the west, last RV park for the east." This place is clean, quiet and lovely and excellently priced. (We paid $25 a night.) We will recommend it to everyone.
Wonderful park: clean, incredibly quiet, gorgeous setting. Spaces are not large, but most will accommodate large rigs, with slides and toads. We walked along the beautiful beach and slept like babes. If you have tenting friends, the tent sites are right in the beach dunes and have privacy. Their website has a "RV friendly route" that was better than the way our GPS wanted to bring us in.
Lovely park, well kept, quiet, charming and with a very helpful manager. It was recommended to us by friends and now we recommend it to others. Showers and laundry were small and impeccably clean. I'd have given it a 10 except that the entrance to the actual rows of RV spaces was a little tight, but just take it slow, smell the lovely flowers, and you'll make it in fine. We will definitely stay there again. Great location for the tidal pools of the Strait of Juan de Fuca beaches and the glorious Hurricane Ridge of the Olympic National Park or the ferry over to Victoria, British Columbia.
Nice park: clean, quiet, small, but adequate pool and laundry. It was recommended to us by friends and now we will recommend it to everyone. Manager was charming and efficient at helping us sort thru all the things we wanted to do in the area.
Lovely park: beautiful setting, clean, quiet, lots of privacy ... and those incredible trees! Manager was lovely, really helped us get settled in the perfect spot for us. We recommend The Redwoods RV Resort.
BEAUTIFUL RV Park with HUGE sites with tall Lodgepole pines and flower gardens tucked in everywhere. Convenient to highway but very quiet. Well organized and charming office staff. We are eager to stay there again!
Lovely location, inadequate number of sewer hookups, Wi-Fi. Lovely older park (they claim to be KOA's first), with mature trees, on site restaurant, clean swimming pool. Not enough long sites or sites with sewer hookups for the number of big rigs the office personnel allow to be booked in there each night. Even if you have reserved a 3-hook up site, there may not be one available when you arrive (We checked in at 3 pm on a Friday and all the sites with sewer were already taken.) Worse, office personnel continued to assign 45' motorhomes + toad rigs to our short site row and the even shorter site row in front of us so that rigs in both rows were hanging out into the roadways. We had to BACK our rig out two rows in order to leave at 7:30 the next morning. Wi-Fi service was also anemic; it collapsed under the load around 5 p.m.
Awesome setting, lovely sites, nice staff. Incredible views, excellent access to the park for sunrise/sunset viewing. Clean and well maintained facilities. Well organized office and crew. Lots of activities for children. Room for long rigs. We recommend highly.