This park is good for an overnight. There is not much to do in the area. The sites were level and the hookups were good. The interior roads were good but the road getting to it is very rough. There was enough space between the sites. The staff is very friendly. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice folks to check you in. Everything is open now. Had a pull through site, 30 amp, and we did fit, but we're only 37' long. Power is somewhat lacking. Plugged in my surge protector, and it read 109v. We could run the ac, but turned it off while we cooked dinner to be on the safe side. Showers were clean, but a little dated. I think this might have been an old KOA. Hopefully, the new owner will improve on some of these issues. RVers do like their power. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pull-through site for tows was barely long enough. Power issues--low power. New owners in the last two weeks. Can't sell propane yet, restaurant not open yet, until everything is "changed over". Just stayed one night. OK for an overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Parked over night on a level pull-thru and did not have to un-hitch 5th wheel; good 50 amp power. This Park, like others in the oil patch are full of contract workers. We called ahead to reserve a site. Used VZ wireless air card. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is by far the best RV park in the area. Owners live there and there is pride in ownership, and it shows. But my rating is based on comparison to all the RV parks we have visited. Pros: very friendly and welcoming owner who is on site. I think this is important. Owners do not tolerate bad behavior so even though the majority of residents are long term, it's quiet and clean. There are only 4 bathrooms, but they are exceptionally clean. She puts all overnighters in the back of the small park so it's a little walk to bathrooms and pool and office. No soap or towels in the bathrooms. Laundry room very clean and spacious. Gravel sites and roads, but as level as any. Some trees, but no shade. Nicely landscaped and well taken care of around pool and office and bathrooms. They don't allow Rottweilers or dogs that look like Rottweilers. We don't have any dogs, but I don't like parks who discriminate against this breed. Pool was perfect temperature for a hot day. Great views for a sunset. Fort Stockton actually is an interesting town with a decent historical driving tour. We took a tour of the old jail . Free, with a nice docent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed at this park in the past and it has definitely seen better days. The friendly and helpful enough front desk staff mentioned that one of the owners passed away this past year and perhaps that has led to its demise. The restaurant was closed. The gift/supply shop is now non-existent except for some local wine and an ice freezer. Landscaping could use more attention and the entire park seems to need some general maintenance. We will probably look elsewhere next time and remember the good old days of this place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My visit to this park was for a one-night stopover. Staff was very friendly. At check-in I was given instructions for WiFi, but it would not work from my site. I was able to receive a signal at the office, but was then told that it probably would not reach my site, which was on the perimeter of the park. Had I known that at check-in, I would have asked for a closer site. Also, water pressure seemed very low. Because of these issues, I would probably not stay here again for any length of time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place was a pleasant surprise. It's about 4 miles east of town next to I-10. The woman in the office was friendly and efficient. Our rate was the Good Sam rate. This place appears to be a former KOA, with the A-shaped office building. There are long, roomy pull-through sites, with plenty of trees (but lots of clear air space for our satellite dish). The restrooms are a little different than most. You enter into a little hallway, with 3 little rooms, each with its own toilet, shower-in-a-bathtub, and sink. So you have total privacy for whatever you're doing. The restrooms were old, but spotless. The WiFi signal was strong. If we hadn't been in a hurry to keep going, we would have stayed longer. It's a lovely place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Probably the best location if you're overnighting in Fort Stockton; off the Interstate enough to be fairly quiet and with easy access. Some dust on the interior roads but nothing significant, and our pull-through was large, shaded, and level. The cafe was open for breakfast daily and for dinner on weekends. Verizon cell and data worked well, but the park WiFi was intermittent probably due to the high number of users. No obstructions for satellite from our site (49). We didn't use the restrooms, but the addition of an area for local oilfield workers may result in some crowding. Nice pool, although it was a bit too cool to use during our stay. This is a popular overnight, and reservations are recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A somewhat tired looking former KOA campground. Worn asphalt/gravel access roads and sites. Sites are mostly level with good spacing. A few trees here and there, but a lot of sites have no shade. Primary redeeming factor is the campground's location as a stopover point when crossing western Texas. Pull-throughs are long enough to avoid dropping the toad (at least with a 37' rig). Power OK, water OK, sewer OK, Wi-Fi has low signal strength and is very slow. Moderately strong Verizon cell signal with decent data speed. Most sites will have no problem with satellite access. We have overnighted here before when crossing Texas on I-10. We may do so in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A decent park especially coming off the road for the night. Staff was very friendly and informative. There is is a small cafe attached to the office with good, hot food. I was parked on the front row and positioned to exit right on the road. The Wi-Fi worked well from our site. There was no cable and unless you had a booster or dish, we could not get any of the three TV stations available from Ft Stockton. That said, it may have been a reason to go to another local campground if we were staying longer but for the evening, the price was right (29 - Good Sam) and TV is not essential for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park had received high marks from Trailer Life Directory, but that review must have been done some time ago as the park appears to be quite run down. The main electrical feed cable for our power pedestal is run above ground over to the next space's pedestal. The water pressure was poor, entry and interior roadways have many potholes. But staff was friendly and accommodating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Internal roads are gravel, sites are level and are fairly spacious, facilities worked well, site was satellite friendly. Staff were friendly, park WiFi worked very poorly, T-Mobile/Cellular One cell service was very poor. The park was quiet. Rate is Good Sam. They are listed on the Passport America site as being a member, but they claim they are not. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
First, lets recognize where this park is and quit harping about the sand and wind. West Texas is known for both. The park is clean, easily accessible, has good interior dirt roads, long pull-through sites with reasonable distances between each. The staff is efficient, helpful, and friendly. We've stayed here a couple of times and never had a complaint about the park. Now, as to the cafe. We've eaten a couple of dinners there and they were good, old southern cooking. The wine and beer selection is good with reasonable prices. We've only experienced one breakfast and may have caught them on a bad day, but the service was horrible. Over 45 minutes to get two orders of eggs, sausage and coffee. The cook seemed to be over her head as it appeared she could only work on one order at a time. That being said, we'd stay here again and even give the breakfast a try as the food was hot and good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Ft. Stockton. Wi-Fi was OK once we got connected but it took a lot of discussion and a move from one site to another. I suspect the office reset their server in the process. We stayed here in 2009 when it was a KOA and I swore I would never return because of the poor wi-fi. I cringe when folks in the office suggest that the reason I am not getting connected could be my computer. Good bath rooms and showers. Several TV channels are available from a decent, rotatable, antenna with booster. If you are multi-lingual you are in luck. If you are a cat lover you will love this park. We ate at the café which offers decent, hot, food in the $8 to $9 range. Don’t expect to find east TX smoked ribs here. $2 beers and a chance to chat with other campers makes it a nice sitting. We paid $30 which may have included our Good Sam discount. Rates may change from shift to shift. This is $10 to high for an off season stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just camped here one night passing through. It's about four miles East of Ft. Stockton - kinda out by itself. We had a good, level site (#56). We didn't hear much freeway/interstate noise. This time of year, not much going on here, but it was safe. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is good for a one night stay. Lots of cats running around the office and sites. Not strays as they appear to be friendly. We ate at the campground cafe and were not overly thrilled with the food. Pull-throughs enabled us to stay hooked up for the night. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The lady at the desk was very friendly. For a stop along I10 it's perfect. Unfortunately, the restaurant was closed on Mondays (day we arrived) and they do not serve breakfast. There is no cable TV as indicated. The sites are somewhat level and fairly wide. Access to the park and back to the freeway is very easy. I would recommend it for an overnight stop when going east or west. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The on-site cafe is open a few hours at night for suppertime, and the food is fairly good. The cook & server are both pleasant. The office sells milk and bottled wine. The sites are level, with small trees. The showers stalls are dirty, and the shower heads only dribble. Lots of friendly cats in the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had to move to several sites in order to find a good electrical box. The service poles in some sites are about to fall over. We had to take cold showers because there wasn't any hot water. The campground was supposed to have a restaurant, but it was closed. The sites were dirt. This campground has some serious problems that need to be corrected. Updates need to be made as soon as possible. It was difficult to reach the staff via the telephone. No one was there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had stayed here a few years ago and was not really impressed. We stayed this time, and the park is really a great place to stop for a night or stay longer in the area if needed. Great pull throughs, excellent power, water, sewer. WiFi is very good. The location outside Ft. Stockton in the country is very nice--great sunsets and sunrises. The office manager is wonderful, and the park shows that they care about it. Nice grass areas between the sites and plenty of room to move around the RV park to park. Easy access to Ft. Stockton for fuel, shopping for supplies or just sightseeing. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed one night, but this place was perfect for our needs. The sites were level gravel, didn't need to deploy the leveling jacks. The folks here were very helpful and friendly. We didn't use the shower or bathroom facilities or the laundry. The sites were very easy to get into and out of. If we were driving through this area and need somewhere to spend a night or two, this would be at the top of our list. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had been here when it was a KOA. Enjoyed it then and stopped again. Very friendly office. Long pull-throughs, and easy in and out. Though close to the freeway, noise not an issue. Good Wi-Fi. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is with 20% discount, as we had been here before. The restaurant was closed, as cook was on vacation. It is an older campground with many fifth wheels and full timers living and working in area. The park is in need of maintenance and overall trash pickup as blown about the public areas. Good for a overnight, but plan on eating in as it is far from restaurants, etc. Very friendly lady at the desk. Gravel driveways and pad sites. Located just off 1-10. Very windy when we were her in early June 2013. Some coach-height trees. The streets were wide....lots of empty sites. Kids were swimming in the pool. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here many times. It's cheap with Passport America and convenient for getting through Texas on I-10. The office personnel are very friendly and helpful. The WiFi was decent. Electric power was good and water was fine. The cable, for an extra $2, was fine. Strong Verizon 3G signal on the edge of the 4G, so a Jet Pack would probably pick up the 4G. Long, fairly level pull-throughs make it a good overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
O.K. for an over night stay but that's all. Junky sites with junk lying around various camp sites, including old appliances. Park was not very well manicured and looked unkempt. Cats running loose; dogs tied or left outside in pens, barking. Gravel and dirt sites, no pads. Washer and dryers out of order. When we were assigned a site the electric didn't work, and we had to move to a new site. The pull throughs were not long enough to pull through with out unhooking. There were people living there full time which is probably why it appeared junky. The couple running it were very nice and did the best they could to be accommodating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, older park; friendly, well organized staff. Nice pool. Wi-Fi was excellent. Lots of grass for the puppy, and they sell lots of beer. Would recommend to anyone for a short stay in Fort Stockton. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is definitely a one night only campground. No cable TV! Nice lady in the office told us Wi-Fi was good: wrong! It was so slow, I was not even able to get a signal. Would not waste my money again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campsite was okay for an overnight stay. The onsite café was not that great. The portions were too small for the price. This campsite is probably the best one to stay at for easy off and on the freeway access. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Poor Wi-Fi coverage. Had to sit in office to get decent signal. Showers clean but old and very much in need of remodel. Has on site cafe with limited menu for breakfast and dinner but since 5 miles from town it comes in handy. The pool wasn't open for the season during our visit so hard to judge. There is no hot tub. Would probably not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would have rated it higher, but the restaurant was closed on the weekend and sewer hook up was so far back we would have to buy more hose. We didn't hook up to sewer and just used the dump station before we left. We wanted to stay hooked up since we were only staying overnight. There were people not cleaning up after their dog. Also, sites are a bit confusing and an escort would be helpful. Seems like a skeleton crew for a weekend of business, but pleasant staff. Great Wi-Fi. I would come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
OK for an overnight. Sites are gravel, fairly level, and pull thru. Overall the place was not real clean but the utilities worked fine. Staff was courteous though I never received a return call from a message left earlier prior to our arrival. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy check in and enjoyed a wonderful breakfast in the on-site restaurant before pulling out the next day. Gravel sites basically level. Extremely windy when we were here. I mean, enough to rock our 27' unit! No issues with hookups. We were towing and they gave us a nice pull through spot with easy egress the next day. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well laid out - pleasant office check in. Would have preferred a more level site but my jacks did the job. Stayed next to the shower facilities Didn't use them but walked through. They were spotless plus free! TV reception was not good with antenna and don't have satellite. OK for an overnight stop and price was reasonable. Cafe serves breakfast and dinner during season. Rate was Good Sam We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pets are allowed but there is no place to walk them that is not full of sand spurs. Poor dog feet. Really liked the people here and the park. Great little Cafe. We got 5 local stations on the TV with good reception. NOTE: We have an HD antenna and TVs. The sky is so big it only took 5 minutes to set up the satellite dish for more programs. Our phones and AT&T air cards worked great. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'm not reporting a full review since we were just there overnight. FHU, pets allowed. The dog run in the brochure has been taken down. I don't know why, since they have the space. This used to be KOA. I don't think the new owners are really doing the upkeep that should be done at the park. There are quite a few permanent residents. Some have nice lots, others are questionable. No landscaping at all. A very ugly park. The highlight of this park is the restaurant on site. What a pleasant surprise! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
When traveling through this area, what I suspect most of us are looking for is a level site that is easy to get into and out of. A quiet respite after a day of fighting West Texas winds. This park provides that. Nothing to block satellite TV, so the lack of cable or air TV isn't an issue. Reports of poor Internet just meant we used our own. As on our previous visit, we found the small, on-site restaurant and its staff to be just great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a nice park for an overnight stay. We were far enough from the highway to eliminate most of the road noise. The staff was friendly and helpful. Although the roads are dirt, the park was quiet, clean, and well maintained. The sites were wide enough, but not much space left between us and the next site. The patio was almost nonexistent, but I would happily trade that for a quiet park after a long day on the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easily located along the highway. (Old KOA campground). Staff was very friendly. The gravel site was a good size and fairly level. The full washrooms were clean. We enjoyed our dinner at the cafe on site, good food for a reasonable dollar. No cable offered here and while there was WiFi, it was very poor. We were told it worked well in the cafe but I didn't bother. We noticed some cats wandering around which might explained the "droppings" around our RV site or: pet owners not picking up. It was very quiet at night and the road noise from the highway was minimal. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a stop for us when traveling I-10. The staff is very nice. They have an on-site restaurant that serves a very good breakfast. They also have a dinner that we understand is also very good. The sites and long and level, good distance between rigs. It is a nice over night or longer stay. The owner has three parks along I-10 and gives coupons for 20% off stays which is a nice bonus for staying at his parks. We will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park for short-term stay. Very friendly staff & lovely little restaurant attached for breakfast & dinner (Roadrunner Cafe). We had a great dinner there for $20 (2 people including good tip!). It's your basic RV park, no fluff & definitely not fancy. But if all you want is comfortable & complete hookup, this works. The advertised wi-fi is non-existent at the sites, but apparently works in the restaurant. I can't guarantee that, as I didn't bother to check. We'd stay here again, and for a pitstop, I'd recommend it to friends. We stayed in a motorhome with a tow vehicle (we're 66' long when towing), and we were able to keep the tow vehicle connected without blocking any roads. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overnight campground. Easy on/off to I-10. Four miles from town. Gravel sites/roads. Clean restrooms. Friendly/helpful staff. Pool closed for winter. No hot tub. Cafe on grounds. Mix of long-term (workers) and overnighters. Would overnight here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay. Everyone we spoke to enjoyed the place. The Roadrunner Cafe is much hyped but it actually lives up to its reputation. All the other area RV places are more expensive. One minor annoyance was the Cafe waitress brought her infant children into the restaurant and fussed with them as one of them misbehaved throughout our meal. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an acceptable overnight stop but we would never stay longer unless it was an emergency. The road into the park and all interior roads are dirt. The dust is unbelievable. Check in was simple and quick. No Wi-Fi. No cable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always stay at this park when heading west on IH10. Well managed park with on site restaurant serving home cooked meals at affordable prices. Restrooms at rear of park are full private bathrooms per individual with great showers. Nice trail for dog walking. Laundry facilities. Busy during winter months so you might want to call ahead. We LOVE this park as we travel with our two mid size dogs, and it's important for us to have a good space to exercise them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is Good Sam, facilities worked fine, could not connect to WiFi at site, Virgin Mifi worked fine. Staff were very friendly. Their cafe has a great supper. Site was level and easy to enter. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was an adequate facility for a short stay. Bathroom/showers were clean, utilities all adequate. Staff friendly and helpful. They have a small cafe on the premises for breakfast and dinner which was decent. We were told it's usually pretty windy but did not have that experience. Not a resort by any stretch but more than adequate for passing through. We stayed 2 nights. Rate quoted was with Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this park overnight and found the sites to be level and adequate for our 35 ft 5th wheel. We did not need to unhook and were able to reach all amenities. We arrived while the office was closed for lunch but we saw the cook from the cafe, and he came and helped us find our site. When the office opened, the clerk was extremely friendly and welcoming. We went to the cafe for dinner and found the food to be excellent, the price very reasonable, and the waitress very friendly and helpful. We only stayed overnight but will probably stay for several nights on our way home. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are very disappointed with this park.They need staff able to assign suitable sites. Our 36' MH is too long for the site assigned; we are unable to use the sewer. We are out in the street fore and aft with an adjacent permanent trailer and a car parked in front of it and in front of us, along with a tree to the right. We may have to unhook tomorrow to get out. Our friends next to us are also unable to use the sewer and will not be able to leave if someone moves in across from them. We made reservations a week ago, but were given these sites when many are available. The power and water pressure are good. They have Wi-Fi in the office. Price reflects a 20% off coupon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great for an overnight stay. Very friendly staff at check-in. Ample room for our 39' RV and truck to stay hooked up. Not a 'resort' by any means, but does the job well. Would stay here again when in area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The camp ground is in need of a face lift, the showers are in poor shape, the sites need work and the people are not as friendly as could be. The only one who talked to me was a young girl that waitressed in the cafe. The laundry machines did not work well. We are traveling from MA and have stayed at many RV parks and will look for a different RV park on our way back. Our opinion of the park is that it is in very poor condition, and we would never stay there again,and I don't know way anyone would want to. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our pull-through site was level and of sufficient length to accommodate motorhome and toad without detaching. Site faced the entrance road which had a fair amount of rush hour traffic as the park has long term residents who work nearby. Office staff was friendly and helpful. Easy in and out. There is a restaurant on site which offers breakfast Tuesday-Saturday. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very long pull-through sites for overnight parking with a tow. Restaurant on site. Relaxed pet friendly. East , out of town, of Ft. Stockton with "country" feeling. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a Good Sam discount. Nice park. 50 amp. Gravel sites. Park is pretty well taken care of. Nice people in the office. Can fill your rig with propane. Cafe serves breakfast and dinner. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used to be a KOA. OK for an overnight but not as a destination. Buildings are very old and a bit run down. Not very clean. Roads inside the park are pretty torn up. Staff was very nice. Close to freeway. Will consider again if passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and clean park. Nice receptionists who provided information about going to San Antonio. Easy access to our pull-through site, and the exit is very easy to I-10. The trees are the only ones in the area and provide a little shade. Really nice when they get the restaurant open. Definitely will be back if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK for overnight but nothing special. The cafe was closed, the lady in the office said they were moving. No WiFi, she said they were having problems with it. They appear to have a lot of permanent residents, but not too trashy. The lady in the office was nice, we didn't see any other staff. We might stay here again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here overnight and the site we were given was almost too small for our rig but we managed. Level sites and clean surroundings. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Location was next to the Interstate which is good for on and off but a bit noisy. There was a restaurant in the park and since we were there for an quick overnight, we went in for dinner. The catfish was fresh and hand dipped in cornmeal and the mashed potatoes were homemade. Breakfast the next day was equally good. Very nice surprise. The only downside was the WiFi was very weak. We will stay here again when back in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park, but clean and well maintained. Staff very helpful and friendly. Nice large and clean bathrooms/showers. Great little restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner. No cable and Wi-Fi was poor, but this is west Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park for the middle of nowhere. Only stayed overnight while on the road to California and back, park had a nice pool and playground for the kids, on-site cafe had great home-cooked breakfast and the staff were very friendly. Wi-Fi worked well and restrooms were clean; however, sites are a little close together. Ours had a broken picnic table and was not all that flat. Overall a nice park, we would stay there again while on the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a large, flat, gravel parking lot with all kinds of hook-up options. The rate reflects PA $10+2 for AC & 30 amp full hook-up. Cable is extra, plus there is a charge to wash your RV. For the price it's a good stop on the way to Carlsbad. Laundry and bathhouse weren't bad. We'd stay here again for a stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great stop between the Interstate 20 and Big Bend National Park, TX. We stop here to provision for a trip to the park. Level pull thru sites with clean facilities. The night sky is awesome. Bring binoculars. The big plus is the Roadrunner Cafe. Food cooked to order after a long haul is sweet. The food and the folks are great. A pleasant campground outside the city center. If you call Ft. Stockton a city. Ft. Stockton has Annie Riggs Museum, historic Ft. Stockton, and a giant Roadrunner, Pete. Worth an extra day to noodle around, stock up and head to the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An adequate overnight stop, but certainly not an 8 or 9. It is an old, worn out KOA, nothing like it's ad in TL. Many long-term sites, mostly unkempt, lots of junk. The site next to us had 2 old refrigerators outside. Quiet at night, but work trucks start leaving at 5am. Overall a big disappointment after reading reviews on this web site and their listing in TL. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a 10% Good Sam discount. I left the question about "shade sites available" checked with a "yes" but should note that there are a few sites that have a small amount of shade. Reading reviews of campgrounds in the area, it was a toss-up between this campground and another. We picked this one because we like dark, quite campgrounds. If you arrive at this campground between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. you will not find anyone in the office. The system is to take one of the map sheets with a site marked on it and go to that site, then to check back in when the office is open. A bit of a strange system, but it seemed to work OK. As noted, there are some longer-term residents, but this was not a problem. When we arrived at about noon, the park was only about 20 to 30% full. However, around 5 p.m. they started to stream in and, although not completely full, it was getting that way by dark. We got a site quite a ways back from the freeway, so we had no issue with freeway noise. We were near the entrance road with some traffic but not a big problem. Also, when we were there it was quite warm so we ran our AC most of the time. The sites are quite large for a commercial RV park, so you did not have the feeling of being cramped. Maneuvering around the campground was easy. Overall, we were very positively surprised at how nice the campground was, particularly given the area. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good park and we have stayed here before. Much busier this time due to oil and gas drilling in the area. This is an old KOA. New owners are updating the aging facilities. Sites are rather small, but adequate for our one-night stop. Didn't use the Wi-Fi. A sign in the office said it might be slow at busy times and using individual broadband card might be better. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very busy park! It's a great stopping off place in west Texas. The park is clean and well taken care of. There is an on-site restaurant that serves very good food at very good prices. We will definitely stop here the next time we are traveling through west Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is mainly a park for people passing through West Texas. As such, it served our purpose. The sites are gravel, level, and large enough that we did not have to unhitch. The park is pet friendly, but there is no dog run. There is a restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner (supposed to have very good barbecue), but we ate "at home. This is the last park for miles and miles heading east from Fort Stockton. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had read the reviews online and knew to ask for a site not facing the road coming in. We had site 32 and it was great. Office staff was friendly and easy to work with. Food at the Roadrunner Cafe was good and service quick. The park was pretty full both nights we stayed, but it was quiet, clean, and all the campers very sociable. We've already made our reservation for the return trip. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff was so friendly when checking in and that set a tone for the park. We wanted to change the original site and they were happy to make the change. Had breakfast in their cafe the next morning -biscuits and gravy, which was good. We would definitely stay again and check out the forts in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from I-10. Very friendly staff. Our site was level with plenty of room. The restrooms were clean and well kept. There is a restaurant on site which serves breakfast and dinner. Our dinner was excellent and reasonable. We would recommend this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed overnight on our way through. We had a long pull through and did not have to unhook. The staff was very friendly and the cafe was a good extra. The sites have room between and are big rig friendly. We will stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a regular stop for us in this part of Texas and while not a resort, the park provides everything needed for an overnight stay. Much depends on which site is assigned, since some are sandy and short, while others that front the entrance road are long and shaded. Hookups work well and Verizon cell and data were good. The cafe offers a limited menu, and is staffed by friendly folks; we enjoy not having to cook or unhook to drive to town. This isn't an area of quality parks, be we've stayed here many times and always been well pleased. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really don't like this part of Texas, but needed an overnight spot. Too close to I-10, but the gusty winds disguised the hwy noise. The sites are adequately wide, but pull through sites are too short; we had to disconnect, even though they said we would not when we made the reservation. (Our RV is only 32 ft.) Shower rooms not the cleanest we've seen, and shower water spray was too weak. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park! Friendly, helpful staff. Gravel roads, sites not level but are a mixture of gravel and old blacktop. Nice private showers/toilet/sink rooms but showers are small (32" wide) and ventilation is bad. Wi-Fi was slow to dead on most of our attempts to read email. Although they use a password, it has not been changed since its first use - we used our Verizon mobile hotspot. Roadrunner cafe, in the park, has good food - beer & wine is offered. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We use this park for an overnight stop only. It is not a destination park. The services are adequate and it is very quiet. The office is closed until 2:00 pm because that is when everyone starts coming in for the night, and the park does fill up. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for luxury, this isn't the place for you. However, if you are looking for a nice place to stay with GREAT service and many amenities, definitely stay here. The lady at the desk is an example of how people should be when greeting guests. She is outgoing and friendly and very helpful. The sites, while not spectacular, were everything I needed. Remember, this is far west Texas, there isn't much around. It also has an excellent small cafe with daily specials. I would not hesitate to stay there every time I'm in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really friendly and helpful staff, well maintained RV park, restaurant was very reasonable and the food was good. Quite and the campground was not too bright at night. Well done. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here several times and enjoy the park. Granted it is a bit rustic, but the sites are roomy and level, staff is friendly, restrooms are clean, and it is quiet. The on site Road Runner cafe serves a limited breakfast and dinner menu - food is pretty good. The town of Fort Stockton (Walmart, grocery store, auto parts stores, fast food, etc) is an easy 3 mile drive on a frontage road. Desert views from the park are very pretty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Agree with previous posts. No cable TV. We were able to get only 1 OTA channel in English, and the reception was choppy. (Love that new digital TV: NOT). Wi-Fi was weak and spotty, but reasonable with a laptop in the laundry room. Nice views to the north and south of mesas about five miles away in both directions. Rate included a 20% discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 5 or 6 years ago when it was a KOA and thought it was a nice park, however time has a way of changing things. The sites are gravel in need of some basic leveling and additional gravel. The concrete patio was in poor repair with a broken off corner. This campground had a large number of long term residents who started leaving at 5 AM. There are a number of cats roving the campground which initially was fine with us since we are pet lovers, but when one is walking on your roof during the night and howling, it is a tad upsetting. For a quick one night stay, I might stay here again, but would check out the competition first. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Good Sam RV park used to be a KOA park. It is in the middle of nothing, close to Fort Stockton. It was just an overnight stay for us. Pull throughs with full hookups, but no cable. Ladies restrooms were clean, individual rooms with full size tub/shower, toilet, sink and were well stocked with soap and paper towels. The woman working in the office was very friendly. There also is a cafe on the grounds, but we did not eat there. This is a good overnight place, but it is certainly not a destination. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects a 20% promotional discount. I stayed here for 1 night in a pull through site. Campground elevation is 3,000 feet. Maneuvering my 40 footer towing a dinghy was no issue. Roads and sites are a mixture of asphalt and gravel. Patios are grass and gravel. Sites are large enough to hold a tow and dinghy. My site was level and spacing is fair. My site offered 30/50 amp service & full hookups. Wi-Fi is included in daily rate. Their Wi-Fi is very slow. I was able to receive AT&T Wireless G2 Internet & Cellular service. I received Dish Network 110/119 Satellite TV from dish on roof of motorhome. Campground is pet friendly. Walmart and a grocery are 6 miles away. They have a restaurant but I did not use it. I am unable to comment on other amenities due to not using them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great overnight stop! Easy off and on from I-10, friendly staff, level sites, 70’ pull-through site, reasonable rates, excellent on-site restaurant for breakfast and dinner. As stated in an earlier review, there seems to be many permanent or semi-permanent residents but the night we stayed there were also several overnight guests. We found the campground to be very pleasant, convenient, quiet, and a restful place to overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice basic Good Sam RV park on I-10. Formerly a KOA. Seems to get a lot of repeat business. Gravel sites. Mostly level. Hosts were nice. Small restaurant on site for evening meals. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This should not be called an RV park. It is a trailer park. The lady who checked us in was very nice and helpful. For a reason I cannot pinpoint, I felt the rate was perhaps arbitrary, whatever she felt like charging. It is a small park. Sites are small and gravel. There was only one other overnighter besides us. All others are permanent, so permanent in fact, they have structures built and attached to their RVs and 100 lb propane tanks outside. They all go to work starting at 4:30 AM. Every 15 minutes another diesel truck starts up and idles for a long time. It is impossible to get any rest in this park in spite of the fact it is farther off the interstate than the others in this area. We do not recommend this park and hope we do not ever have to stay here again. The cafe is changing owners so liquor cannot be served. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a good stopping place between El Paso and San Antonio. Although it does not have cable (probably no one in that area does), the Wi-Fi was acceptable and it had a great campground cafe. This is mostly a one night stop for RV's and suits the purpose. You should consider making a reservation early in the day, because it does fill up sometimes, even in the off season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An older park that is in need of much updating. Previous review a month ago indicated the urinal in the men's room was out of service; still is. Sites are wide enough but dusty and unlevel. Lots of permanent residents; must be worker bees as there is a lot of car and truck noise early in the morning. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The cafe was open, and I had the ribs; very good and at $8.95 a real bargain. This park is worth an overnight stay but not for long term. The $24 rate was with my Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I am not very impressed with this campground. My campground book said that the sites were paved. They were covered with gravel. They said that there was a pet walk area. If so, it was not marked and had lots of sand burrs in the area. There are a lot of long term campers there. The cafe was closed because the work kampers were not there yet. The people that were there were friendly and helpful. The bathroom needs a lot of updating, the urinal was out of service. It is an OK place for one night, but not much more. I probably would stay there again, but only if that was the last resort. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pulled in very late, did not register just occupied a site. Walked into the office right after they opened to pay. Very rude woman working that morning. Restrooms were dirty, mold in showers. Campground was ok. Won't stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I'd try the park further west, over this one. Looked at it on our way out: seems much better. This park is very rundown except for the pool, restaurant and office area, which is only marginally better. A bunch of tent campers parked near the pool partied loudly until 3 am. No one made an effort to stop them, although this park has "quiet hours." Apparently not. I would not stay here again, even though the area doesn't offer a lot of choices. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It worked OK for an overnight stay, but really not much else I could imagine one wanting to come here for. The pull-through was not level, which is always a pain if you're just pulling for the night. It was long enough to not un-hook, which was helpful. There was a little store with ice and supplies. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great overnight spot. The food in the cafe is good. Staff was friendly and helpful. We were escorted to the site. It was nice to have breakfast at the cafe so we could just roll out in the morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is definitely only an overnight stay stop. There was no cable TV, the WiFi didn't work. We were supposedly put in a "new" site, but there was nothing special about it, just close to the road so we could get out of here fast. We won't be stopping here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have always stayed at this park along IH 10. But we can say that we will not stay here again. As in most RV parks, there is a turnover of staff and this turnover was not a good. Felt like we was bothering them invading their space, but not to wonder, we will not invade again! And the WiFi is non-existing! Why say you have WiFi when you do not? We drove into McDonald's in Fort Stockton to use their WiFi. Owner needs to understand RVer's like a smile on the faces of the people in the office! We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you can get to your destination without stopping here, do it. The gravel interior roads are full of pot-holes. The restrooms and showers are not clean. We could not connect to WiFi at our site or in the office or laundry room. Other people were having problems but we were all told it was our computers. A positive is the long sites are fairly level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped at this park while traveling across Texas. It is a great stop for overnight. The grounds are clean and well kept. Since we were only staying the night we opted for a pull-through site which was packed gravel with a concrete patio. The best part is that they have a cafe that offers breakfast and dinner. The food was great (especially the ribs!) I would definitely return to this park when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, utilitarian park. Great for an overnight stay. We pulled in early enough to enjoy the pool...after we scooped out the leaves and cleaned the lounge chairs. The staff was okay but not friendly. Laundry room was clean and well kept. Wi-Fi was good. Not a place I would stay for any length of time but great for a overnight stop when you just want to pull off the interstate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were looking for a place to spend two nights while driving across Texas on the 1-10. We couldn't have done better than here. Nice clean park, wide spaces and dog friendly. Easy access from the freeway and very quiet at night. The cable TV was clear and our satellite dish worked great too. We really appreciated the little cafe at the park. The staff was friendly at both the park and the cafe. We enjoyed both our dinner and breakfast. The food was great, the service excellent and the price was very reasonable. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Front desk was business-like and efficient. Restrooms and showers were average; there was some water damage to walls and ceilings. OK for an overnight; we were passing through and did not ask about extra amenities or activities. Convenient to the freeway, but far enough away to avoid road noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park continues its place as the best stop in the area, and was filled during our stay. Long pull through sites, some trees, and an excellent cafe make this a preferred stay for many travelers. Free Wi-Fi worked well. Nice pool, hiking trail, and office/laundry. Very friendly and professional check-in, but reserve early in the day if you hope to get a site. We'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and friendly hosts. Escorted us to our site and made sure we were connected correctly. Informed us of all the parks amenities. Only draw back was site, it was dirt and had very little gravel. Offered a dinner menu that was very good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very convenient to get to. Nice park overall. The interior roads are a little narrow, but we did not have any problems with a 40 ft. motorhome. I strongly recommend calling at least a few hours before your are to arrive, they fill up fast for one nighters. We would definitely use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No TV. A little dusty. Internet was sloooooow: 20 minutes to open 4 emails. Some dog waste from pets of the resident next door. Nice restaurant, short hours; dinner 5 to 7:30 PM. Very easy freeway off and on. I'd stay again. Very friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a nice park, and well maintained. There are several long term residents but this is not a factor. The sites are not level and not as long as advertised, but adequate. The "dog runs" are not there and the areas designated are full of sand burrs and goat heads. You can't walk dogs there. There is a nice little cafe with good, reasonably priced food. We would stop again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great overnighter. Little cafe was very reasonable for dinner and breakfast (at 7:30) was good, fast, and cheap. They even filled the thermos free. As previously stated just flat gravel pull throughs with about 80 places to hook up. Very, very friendly staff and will stop again as we cross the US. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a good place to stop for a night or two. Staff went out of their way for their customers. Park is mainly long term campers but they have a row in the back for overnight. Campground is dirt and gravel and it tracks inside your rig. Good Verizon air card and phone service. Spectacular view from the park. Easy on/off the interstate. Park had a water problem due to the extreme cold. No water was available and repairs had to be made to their well. Thankfully, we always carry some fresh water on board. Situation was corrected within a day. The winds can howl at this place. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great place to stay for one night. There is not much to do in Fort Stockton. The sites were level and easy to get into. The water wasn't working because of the extreme cold. The food in the restaurant was very good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overnight stop only! Roadrunner cafe ribs were great but breakfast was very salty and not very good at all. The site was adequate and the reason for the low rating is that I have never seen so much dog waste anywhere: least of all in a campground. We always pick up after our dog, but apparently at this park nobody cares because there was waste on every patch of grass, on the gravel sites, in the middle of the road and all over the "pet walk" area. It was absolutely disgusting and we had to keep checking our shoes so as not to tramp it into our rig. Yeuch. We would never stay here again: not even for a "stop 'n' go" overnighter. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a great place. Nicely landscaped, large sites and very friendly staff. Unfortunately, we could only stay one night. Definitely a 10. We had breakfast in the cafe and had some of the best pancakes we've ever had. The menu may be small, but the food was excellent. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is always a good overnight campground. We stay here every other year or so. No frills, but always feel safe and comfortable. Many full-timers here. Guess they are with Haliburton or some other oil company. Lots of diesel trucks starting up early each morning. Noticed several FEMA trailers. Wondered if management knows that the sewage system for them is not set up for RV parks since they have home flush toilets. We have seen many of them in many parks and cause us much concern as they are not compatible with RV sewage systems. The FEMA trailers were to be sold by the Government for "storage units" only and not to be habitable for humans since the Katrina incident. Probably only former Government people like us know that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well located right off I-10, but quiet. Check in was easy, and roads were wide enough to maneuver our motorhome though without issue. Our site was reasonably level and easy to get into with good hookups (appeared to have been recently installed). All in all a nice experience, and we will certainly stay here again in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have said, this is a great over-night park. The Roadrunner cafe was very good again, but the staff shortage means they are closed on Monday morning (so we missed their breakfast). Just a note, if the Roadrunner closes, we'll stay elsewhere; the convenience of the cafe is what brings us here. The wi-fi was extremely slow (so slow I could not get into my work site), but the Verizon air card worked well. My opinion--offering poor quality wi-fi is worse than not offering it. I wasted a lot of time and was frustrated because I tried theirs first. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off I-10. The park is mostly gravel, but well maintained. It's mainly in desert, so there aren't any lakes nearby. The staff, or "workcampers", were extremely friendly. The restaurant located on sight is small, but the food is delicious. We had the pleasure of meeting the park owner, and he is truly a good hearted man. This was our 3rd time staying here. We will do it every time passing through Texas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great overnight stop. There is a restaurant on site so we had good evening meal, but power went off in the morning. Had a new pull through site. Had a tree problem for slide. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed in this park over the past four years as a stopping spot either going west or coming home. The park has gotten much nicer! The long term residents have cleaned up their act, the roads, while gravel, are all spotless, and the camp, in general, seems much better cared for. The on-site restaurant is pretty good and, while we did not use it, the pool appeared well maintained. Definitely a nice place to layover on the long drive across TX. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners of this campground made us feel welcome and comfortable. From the time we called for availability to the time we registered and set up we were treated very well. We use an aircard so we don't know if the WiFi worked. We ate at the cook shack and it was fantastic, (especially breakfast). We will stay here again when we pass through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was formerly the Fort Stockton KOA. We have stayed here dozens of times over the years and have had mixed experiences. On this most recent trip we were pleasantly surprised to find that much needed work is underway to improve and upgrade the park. The facility had been a bit shabby. It is encouraging to see the TLC underway since the sites are too short, and impossible of many motor homes and big 5th wheel rigs. The staff are extremely friendly and efficient. The small restaurant on site serves up a great breakfast and supper. This park is one of our favorites for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fort Stockton RV Park was a KOA the last time we were through, and we were not then pleased. Now it is under private ownership and we were overwhelmed with how well it was run. How pleasant the people were, now nice and level the sites were (our levelers are not working at the moment) and how wonderful it was to find that they had 3 private bath suites in the woman's bathroom that had actual real, stretch out and soak bathtubs! Also the attached Roadrunner cafe was a pleasure. Their specialty is the Mesquite Country ribs and they did look great, but Hubby and I both had the Chicken Fried Steak. One of the best I've ever eaten. Everything is Homemade there. The morning Biscuits and gravy were fabulous as well. Large portions and a cheap price. As stated, this "used to be a KOA", but I'm sure glad it is not anymore, KOA does not deserve this one, it gets an A+ in our book! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were in a pull-through site. Nice green grassy area for the table with plenty of room for our slide outs and room to sit outside. We had a good WiFi connection but no cable TV. We discovered that there are no gas stations at this exit, so after leaving, we had to go back 5 miles. We were only here for overnight, but found it to be a nice campground. We would stay here again if ever in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We called ahead for reservations since we knew we would be arriving late. The lady on the phone was friendly and patient with my cell phone breaking up during our conversation. We had a reservation kit in the drop box as she promised. Map was provided with clear instructions to our site. Wi-Fi was supposed to be included but we were not given a password to connect. We were unable to access any television stations at all. The park was relatively clean, but there seemed to be a lot of fulltimers here with lots of clutter around their sites. Also encountered the loud motorcycle someone else mentioned. OK for an overnight. Think I might skip Fort Stockton altogether if given a choice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
OK for an overnight. A lot of construction workers with lots of "stuff" around their sites. Staff friendly. Never was able to connect on their Wi-Fi. Voltage at their box (in the two sites I checked) was only 114. Was very careful not to use more than one thing at a time. Pool not heated. Seemed overpriced to use only their electric for overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After a very long day of traveling this is where we ended up. The signage is hard to find but the staff was very nice. The grounds are mostly desert setting and the site was ok. No real issues to speak of. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed in this CG overnight. Arrived after the office was closed but called ahead to make a reservation. Reservation was in the drop box when we arrived with clear instructions/map to our site. Park has clean restrooms/showers. My wife was impressed with the ladies private bathrooms with tubs. Never seen that before anywhere. Roadrunner Cafe was closed even though we arrived way before the advertised closing time. No cable TV and the WiFi service required password which was not provided to us in the reservation. Noticed several homesteaders. Someone revved up his motorcycle at night which was quite annoying. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is good for an overnight visit. The staff is friendly , but they will tell you that activities are few. The sites are old gravel and semi level. Our 42' motorhome + truck did not fit completely in the site, but the staff doesn't care. I carrying orange cones. This is laid back Texas. The pool is small, and they offer meals at the restaurant. The power went out while we were there, and power is needed for running water. Small trailers had problems. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This seems to be the best campground in the Fort Stockton area. Desert landscaping helps to alleviate the bareness of the area. A nice sitting area near the pool provides welcome shade. The campground and restrooms are clean, and the staff was friendly. Sites and roads were gravel. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed one night. This was a very nice campground out in west Texas. Really did enjoy the onsite cafe (Roadrunner Cafe) that made it easy so we did not have to go into town after driving all day for food. Menu was limited but the food was good. Did have WiFi but signal was ony 2 bars which made it hard to stay connected. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We only stayed overnight but it was clean and the staff was friendly. We checked in as a late arrival and the process was simple. I especially liked the way the site locations on the check in sheets were organized by rig length. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent a week at the Fort Stockton RV Park. This park has the greatest "private" bathrooms we have ever seen. Family bathrooms in the rear of the campground and private rooms for the ladies in the front, with bathtubs. The cafe' was wonderful for supper and breakfast and the prices were right. The sites are long enough where you don't have to unhook, unless you want to and even though you are in the desert, there is plenty of grass and trees. Actually the only grass and trees we found in quite a few States out West. The staff and owners were very friendly and helpful. But, oops, no cable TV. Oh well, I was forced to have a conversation with my husband, which actually proved to be quite enjoyable. We would recommend this campground to all who want to take in the sites of West Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. Easy on/off from I-10 for an overnight stay. Fairly level pull-through site with grassy areas between sites. Reasonable amount of space between sites, maybe 15-20 feet. Wi-Fi signal not strong on our site and no Cable TV. Pool is having the last touches put on before filling. Staff was friendly. One of the staff came by to pick up our LP tank for refilling for $20. The Roadrunner Cafe is on site but didn't get a chance to eat there. Prices were very reasonable. Nice place for our quick, overnight stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this park several times and always feel that we surely get our money's worth. Yes, the internet did not work great but for $27 I'm not complaining. And, will stay here anytime we're traveling this direction. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When considering this park, you have to consider the purpose. As an overnight stop between Kerrville and Las Cruces, it is perfect. The pull-through was long enough we did not unhook the tow vehicle, and we ate at the Roadrunner Cafe (decent food, right amount, good price). Little grass on the sites, but it is West Texas, after all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Above average "over nighter." There is nothing in Fort Stockton but it's half way between El Paso and San Antonio and a convenient stop-over. All pull throughs, clean, and an excellent on-site diner. Dinner for 2 with beer and wine for $20.00. Good food; plenty of it too. Well kept. Mostly gravel. Easy on and off of I-10, but noise not an issue in the spring with windows closed. Might be during the summer with windows open. Will stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We pulled in around 2:30 and the people working the desk helped us get registered and couldn't have been nicer. Our site was plenty long (we are in a 40 ft MH with 3 slides), and we were perfectly level. The sites and road are gravel but did not cause any problems. We almost didn't come to this park because of the reviews, but decided to since none of the choices sounded any better. I am so glad that we did. This is a nice campground and except for some noise from the interstate, which wasn't unbearable, I would come back here in a heartbeat. It was also great that they have a restaurant (Roadrunner Cafe) right in the campground and the food was pretty good with a good price too. The only thing I would have liked was cable TV, but with satellite we didn't need it. We stayed for 2 nights and had no problems. . We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an RV Park, definitely not a Resort, but having said that, it is OK. We'd stay overnight again. The in-park cafe is a Mom and Pop operation (literally). The food was good and it is nice to be able to get a hot meal without having to unhook the car and go find a place to eat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It was many years ago that we stayed here and now find the park is full of permanent or definitely long term residents. They have several huge bumps on the entry road which we didn't find the need for. We barely made the tight turns to our assigned site and with the car hooked up to our 38 foot Motor Home we just fit. There is no TV or cable and the 50 amp power was only 117 without running anything. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good overnight stop with easy on/off of I-10. When I called to check on availability, the lady on the phone was very friendly. The roads and sites are dust and gravel, but the park is clean. There is a playground for the kids. The dog got burrs in his fur here. The pull-through was long enough for our 40' motorhome and toad, but not level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Granted this park is not a five star resort, but it definitely is not the dump that another reviewer called it. We have stayed here several times over the years, most recently a week ago, and it is a good place to stop for the night. The staff is friendly and makes you feel welcome. The roads are gravel as are the sites. There is a grill and table at most sites. We noticed that they have nice, new tables. The individual restroom/showers have always been clean, but could use some updating. I wish they would add cable TV, but at least they have Wi-Fi now. It was slow at times, but usable for checking email. The landscaping is lacking, but take a look around; this is West Texas where it is not lush and green. The biggest change we noticed is that there seemed to be several long term residents (probably local workers and probably due to the economy), but their sites were well kept. I am sure we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off of I-10, EZ off-on. Staff was very courteous and helpful. Sites are gravel/dirt but plenty big enough for my 34ft motorhome and toad. NO CABLE, there is WI-FI but we used our AT&T Air Card. Supper at the Roadrunner BBQ and Cafe (on site) was good and the prices were very reasonable. Restrooms were very good. Would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a dump. We have stayed here 3 times over the course of 3 years, and each time it gets worse. It may be the best in town, but that's not much. The food was very good, and the staff was very nice. It desperately needs upgrades, and maintenance. We only stay overnight and never leave the RV. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Right off I-10, north side, this is certainly just an overnight stay, not a destination. Little far away from Fort Stockton itself, but from what I could tell the best spot for an overnight stay. Sites are simple dirt, hook ups are water, sewer and not so reliable power. No cable is offered at this site. Wireless internet is available but very low speed. Clean facilities and dinner at the Road Runner Restaurant on site not the best meal I ever had. Very clean, courteous staff, but a lot to improve on food, may be breakfast will be better, but I am afraid to try now. Office provides a few essentials for your stay. Again, a quick overnight stop is all I can choose to comment about Fort Stockton RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is a big sign "God Bless You" as you enter the campground. But I have never met more un-Christian rude and obnoxious people. Give this one a big zero if you have one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very accessible from the interstate and the sites are level and large. They are gravel with gravel patios. The employees were friendly and helpful with information regarding the surrounding area. The park does not have cable and there are no local stations so, unless you have satellite, you will not get much reception. Good park for an overnight stay but I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is basically not a destination vacation spot, but a stopover for one or two nights. The restrooms were very nice and clean. There was minimal freeway noise with easy access off and on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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 camped here in a Motorhome.
Best Park in Fort Stockton. Clean restrooms and showers with a tub in private rooms. Old but kept up well and neat. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Restaurant on site with good menu for dinner and breakfast. Free wireless internet. Gravel sites and level. I would definitely stay here again. I have checked out other parks in Fort Stockton and they don't even begin to compare with this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good location for travelers, just a couple of minutes off I-10. Sites have lots of room between campers, and our site was long enough to keep the truck hooked up to a 32' fifth wheel. Everything is is old and dated, but clean. We were only five sites away from the office, but couldn't connect to the Wi-Fi. We moved to a chair outside the office, but still couldn't connect. Modem in the laundry room wasn't working either. We would stay here again because our dog loved all the open space around the park to run and play, and we had a quiet nights rest. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent one night here. First the only downsides--a bit out of town; wi-fi was weak (so weak late that I could not use it anymore and had to switch to my air card); sites a bit unlevel (like a typical KOA; dirt/gravel parking spots). Now the pluses--quiet (even though close to the highway, we did not hear it and we had our windows open all night); the Roadrunner Cafe was very good (great value, nothing fancy, but a good amount of good food at a low price--you have to season it, though); grass at the site; the prickly pear cactus was pretty; everyone was VERY friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stop at this park whenever heading toward New Mexico or going to Big Bend National Park. Easy ingress/egress. The adjacent cafe served a very good breakfast. We were given the understanding that improvements, which are needed, will be made to the park in the near future. We feel that we got what we paid for. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here for one night and will definitely stop again on our return trip, probably for two nights. Friendly, clean and well run. Lots of space at each site, easy access. Don't know how they do it but the site is close to the freeway with no noise. Wi-Fi is a bit disappointing but given the location this is not surprising: appears to be a satellite link instead of fiber optic. Don't wear yourself out by trying to cross 500 plus miles of west Texas in one day. Stop and enjoy a night at Fort Stockton RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for one night. Just off the freeway, so some freeway noise. Sites were on the short side. Restrooms were a little old, but clean. Wonderful place to eat there, The Roadunner Cafe. Nothing fancy, good home cooking, friendly staff, and the price cannot be beaten, $20 for 2 people. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here as an overnight stop. Park is well maintained. The staff is friendly and helpful. Sites were gravel and level. Not too far from the freeway so there is some road noise but at an acceptable level since access to and from I-10 is a breeze. Great spot for an overnight stop and seemed to be the best option locally as we drove the freeway. They have a cafe on site which we did not try but since the park is out of town, is a nice option. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access off I-10 and about 1/10 mile north. Even though it is near the interstate, there was little to no highway noise. The sites were gravel and easy to pull through. The office staff was very nice and competent. The park had about 50% long term residents. There is no cable TV but the digital, on-the air signal is good. We would stay there again next time we transit the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here at the beginning of our trip and also on the way home, 2 1/2 weeks later. The campground is clean and well run. With a store available at the office with essential provisions, gifts etc. The pool looked inviting in the 100 degree temperatures, although we didn't get the chance to use it. We have two large dogs, so a trail walk close to the entrance of the park was perfect for exercising the dogs. Wi-Fi was weak, although we weren't too far from the office. There is a restaurant open Friday, Saturday & Sunday's this time of year, we ate breakfast there on our first visit -which was excellent. A positive experience for a one night stopover. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of our favorites. Lots of room. Sites surrounded by well maintained grass. People very friendly and helpful. Shower heads need attention but otherwise very nice experience. The breakfast was awesome!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a good over night stop. Easy access to sites. Site was level,and gravel. Very dusty. Roadrunner cafe was a great place to eat while there. Staff was helpful. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Where do we begin. Twenty minutes into our arrival the lights went. It's approximately 330PM and 97 degrees and there is no electricity in the campground. This happened twice in a three hour span. The ground was so unlevel that it had our rig leaning towards the left and I thought it was going to tip over. We were so concerned we retracted them and never even opened our slide outs. The aircard worked very poorly. The only positive of this no frills Campground is the Restaurant. The chicken fried steak and the spare ribs special with the mash potatoes and lemon cake deserve a nine. Its questionable whether or not we would stay here again or not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park. Very friendly office staff. Free Wi-Fi. Campground seemss well maintained. Nice cafe "Roadrunner Cafe". Serves Breakfast and Supper only with great prices. Definitely would stay here again. Lots of cactus in bloom and if you look close you may see a real roadrunner darting into the grasses. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park, overall, considering the location. The sites do attempt to have some grass, but being basically a desert or high desert location, it is really mostly dirt. There are trees, and they are higher than basically any of the RVs, so they do provide some shade. The pads are gravel and are level. The bathrooms were older, but are clean and private. There are even some private tub units for the women, if that is your thing. I would prefer a shower, myself, so I used the shower unit. They are large-- the whole unit, not the shower itself. There were lots of cacti in bloom around at the time. And kitties! There is a cafe, which we ate at. It was out of most of the food we would have wanted to order, but I guess that meant it was popular. The name of the cafe was the Roadrunner Cafe, and as we were leaving we saw a live roadrunner in person! Very cool! The staff was very friendly! And they sold postcard stamps in the office, which I had been looking for all across the country! Would stay here again, if I needed to go through Ft. Stockton for some odd reason! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Was travelling west on I-10 and noticed this little park on this website. The other reviews are totally accurate. Staff is very friendly, prompt, and courteous. Sites are level, and the onsite restaurant is great! We stayed here in a 36' class A motorhome, with a 29 foot trailer and they had a pull spot that fit us perfectly! Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A flat and dusty Texas RV park, pretty nice. I liked the jogging trail. The Wi-Fi was slow. The only over-the-air station we could get was in Spanish. Although it's near the interstate, it's far enough away from any population centers that it was relatively quiet. The pool wasn't heated so we didn't swim. There are 2 sets of bathrooms--one at the office building, which had older bathrooms with tubs in them, and one with individual shower rooms, newer, at the opposite side of the park. Grass, trees and picnic tables at each site, but they're flat and easy to get in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here for an overnight and for that it is adequate. There is no cable TV and only three local channels which were all too weak for our antenna. Also the WI-FI, which is free, is extremely slow. The park itself is fine. It is surrounded by trees and the sites are nice and large. We ate at the cafe. The food was OK, nothing special, but I didn't have to cook it so it was worth the $8.95 price. This park is fine for an overnight, but would not stay any longer than that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, office staff friendly, it has a store and a cafe that sells breakfast and dinner. The food we had was excellent and economical, worth the stay for the food. Sites are level, gravel with some shade. TV is minimal, just two stations and that is iffy. Campground seems to be well maintained, and very close to I-10 access. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice big shade trees at most sites. No cable but Wi-Fi worked well. I got two TV stations. Small store attached. Has restaurant that serves breakfast and supper in season. I didn't try the restaurant. I would stay again. Friendly people. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice well kept older park. Very nice and helpful people. Easy access off of I-10. The sites are gravel but nice and most are pull through with enough room to keep toad hooked up. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you don't stop here for any other reason: they have a really excellent cafe that serves a great dinner and breakfast. Also the wine that is sold here is very good. Has a nice staff, laundry and gift shop. We have stayed here at least 4 times in the past 3 years and will definitely stop again if we are anywhere in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We just parked here for one night on our way to Carlsbad. Nice park with reasonable sized lots. Electric and water worked fine. Didn't have time to use the facilities but from what we saw they seem acceptable. Nice place for a stopover. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great stopover spot with easy access to I-10. Park was clean and sites level. The Roadrunner cafe has really good ribs plus other food items. We camped here for one night. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An older, but very nice park with easy access just off I-10.The staff is friendly. They also have a restaurant. There appears to be a fair amount of permanent residents, but there are plenty of pull through sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great RV Park--nothing fancy but clean. A lot of permanent folks, but sites were clean and not cluttered. There is a separate area for overnighters and sites are long enough that unhooking the toad is not necessary. Streets and sites are asphalt/gravel. Sites are wide with a nice picnic table. One of the best things about this park is the great restaurant. For dinner we had ribs, "real" mashed potatoes and beans. Drink and dessert included for $7.95--and brought enough back for another meal. Other entrees are also available. For breakfast the next morning DH had eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy, juice and coffee for $4.95. Cannot beat the prices and the food was excellent. Good stopping distance between El Paso and San Antonio. We will certainly make this a stopping point when traveling this road, which we do at least once a year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, little park in the middle of nowhere, Texas. Actually, traveling from San Antonio to New Mexico, this is the most logical place to stop. Friendly staff and nice wide, level sites, although just hard dirt. The beauty of this place is the "unknown" little restaurant they have. Called the "Roadrunner Cafe", they have breakfast and dinner, hours are limited but the food is GREAT! Would give it a higher number but the park is a little older and in some stages of renovation. All in all, will stay again when passing thru. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is OK for overnight. The thing I disliked most was all the dog waste most everywhere. The thing I liked most was the laundry: clean. The washers only $1 but dryers $2, but they get the job done. Showers were very nice. I was told the nearest Super Wal-Mart was 90 miles away but there is a regular Wal-Mart 5 miles from campground. So much for getting supplies here. The grocery store in town was not recommended for stocking up on groceries. Easy access to park. Staff friendly. Sites roomy. Would stay here again for an over nighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is situated just off the Interstate and is in a very good state of repair. Nice Layout and has most amenities to include a Cafe which serves good, very reasonable priced food. Has a small store and is about 4 miles from Fort Stockton which has many services and tourist sites. No weekly/monthly posted rates on website or cable TV which would help them get longer staying RVers. Highly Recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park that was conveniently half way between El Paso and San Antonio. It has gravel sites and roads. It is pretty popular and fills up most nights during the winter season. There are nice picnic table with benches. The office staff is very friendly. We would return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We use this park for overnighters between Kerrville and Las Cruces. They have a cafe which my wife likes, plus level and large pull through sites. This is an excellent rest stop. Not much freeway noise. We plan to stop again in January of 2010 on our way across Texas. I highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second stay at the Park. We traveled to California from Louisiana and stayed going out as well as the return trip. It's your typical desert style RV Park -- not many trees and lots of gravel, but well maintained. Management was very friendly. They have a cute little restaurant on site if you don't feel like cooking. There is also a hiking trail around the perimeter of the park if you want a little exercise, although there isn't much to see. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here twice while going to and from Port Aransas. Nice friendly staff. The Wi-Fi is a little weak in space 56 & 57 where we stayed as I think the signal is blocked by the restroom building. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the last campground for 200 miles East or West other than some pretty low life ones. It is in a windy, sandy part of Texas with gravel sites and dusty roads. The folks are nice and accommodating. The Roadrunner Cafe is part of the campground and serve wholesome, good food. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park in the middle of nowhere Texas. About 1/2 way between El Paso and San Antonio. Very nice front desk personnel with a small store/gift shop. There is a small cafe attached, but we left before they were open the next morning. This park is well-maintained and far enough from I-10 to be pretty quiet. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent the day after Thanksgiving there. Nice park. The trees were shedding leaves because of fall which added to the natural look of the park. The sites were long enough for our rig with truck. Hookups were as promised. The Wi-Fi worked well. Although there was no cable TV I understand it is out in the country. Where is there cable TV in the country. The staff was informative and helpful in all areas. The were very knowledgeable of the area in offered answers to all questions. Very nice dinner and breakfast! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was clean and typically dusty as are most dry-area parks. Our stay on Thanksgiving Day included a free turkey, with all the trimmings, dinner in a very small restaurant next to the office. Expectations were low, but the meal was actually very good. The assigned space was adequate for our 43' rig, but the exit route from our "pull-through" site included some impossible turns. We elected to back out from the space, thereby avoiding the difficult maneuvers. Proximity to the freeway was sufficiently distant that noise was not an issue, even though we had windows open most of the evening. We would stay here again -- even if we didn't get a free dinner. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, the interior roads are paved, and gravel sites, table, some grass and trees. The cafe serves dinner (very good mesquite ribs) and breakfast. There is no cable TV but trees are not much of an issue with satellite TV antennas. The site we were in was billed as 60 feet long but our 36 ft motorhome with tow vehicle was very close to the roads in front and behind. The free Wi-Fi has serious slowdown issues in the afternoon when most campers get in and apparently log on. We would use it again for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here usually 1-2 times a year and think it is a very nice overnight stop. The owners are really great. The sites were gravel, plenty long, and wide enough to handle slides. The free Wi-Fi was strong, but there was no cable TV, and very few off air stations are available. The individual restrooms/showers have always been clean. The on-site restaurant has good food. I am sure we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice for an overnight stay. The grounds are very well kept and have some nice touches in decoration around the office. I believe we were in site #5 and it was plenty large for a 40' motorhome with 4 slides towing a car. We were able to pull in without unhooking the toad. The cafe was a real plus! We didn't try the dinner but the cooked to order breakfast in the morning was really nice. The staff was also very nice. We will definitely stay here again while driving through Texas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a pleasant surprise - apparently shedding the manacles of KOA has given the owners an opportunity to improve the park. Sites were long, wide and level (gravel), trees provided shade, and hookups were convenient. The free Wi-Fi worked well until the morning when it disappeared. A real treat was the on-site cafe which served a home-made meal each night - the country ribs were great! A very nice park; we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Decent looking park especially for an overnight stop headed somewhere else. Monthlies segregated from overnighters a plus. Short, narrow sites make vehicle parking difficult but manageable. This is the near perfect overnight stop that I would use over and over again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed here overnight but the park was well maintained with lots of level sites. It even had trees! It was a little tight because we have 4 slides but it was definitely the best park in that area of Texas. We didn't have a reservation and thought we would just stop somewhere. Well, there isn't many "somewhere's" in West Texas and we were very happy to find a place this nice to stay in. It was right off I-10 but we didn't really hear any highway noise. There was a restaurant on the property where we have a good breakfast for a reasonable price. We will definitely stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a stop over for two nights. Very nice owner and very helpful.The sites where level did not need to use the leveling blocks. The restaurant on the grounds has great food and very good prices. We enjoyed our stay and will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is a convenient stop between no where and nothing you might say. However, it appears that the owners are not putting anything back into the park. There are several pull thru sites that will accommodate the large RV with tow vehicle. The sites are gravel/dirt and some grass/weeds. There are some shade trees. There is a small restaurant that serves dinner/breakfast. We tried the dinner it was OK. There is no playground or dog run. It shows these facilities on the campground guide but they no longer exist. There appears to be some full timers in the camp ground. A convenient stop if you are in the area but not the most desirable campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I think the best thing about this former KOA campground is they have a full service cafe (Roadrunner Cafe) serving breakfast and dinner at great prices. Menu prices top out at $8.95. I had the catfish dinner and portions were generous. Their convenience store stocked all of the necessities including beer and wine! The park is quiet and it was easy to get in and out of my pull through space. All sites are gravel, not much shade, but well kept. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The only negatives I can comment on is placement of the the sewer hookup which is located far away (to the rear of the sites) from the electric/water hookups. You'll need an extra long hose to reach or you can do what I did...hit the dump station on your way out. Also, they claim to have free WiFi, but while I was there I could never get connected. There is no CATV. Amenities include: pool, playground, horseshoe pit, basketball court, outdoor BBQ pit/patio and laundry facility. Rates are reasonable. Using my Good Sam discount I paid $24.30 for one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had not been here for two years, so we were glad to see that free Wi-Fi is now available, and it worked fine when we were there. As mentioned by others the park is no longer affiliated with KOA. The staff was still very friendly, and everything was well maintained. The sites are gravel, reasonably level, and have a table and grill. This makes a great first and last stop for our trips out west. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very attractive park. Has a small cafe that serves good food. Very nice staff. Pool looked good to us. Good size sites. Would have stayed longer but not much to do in town. Lots of big rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An decent park for this part of Texas. Some trees and shade. The free Wi-Fi is nice. Pool was not clean and lots of seasonal oil workers live here. The $30 fee was high for Fort Stockton as you can stay in other parks for $10 to $12 per night. Gravel interior roads but not too dusty. Had to ask for a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground is no longer affiliated with KOA, and is now called Fort Stockton RV Park. Check-in was very easy and office personnel was extremely nice and helpful. Received a Good Sams discount without even asking for it. Pull-through sites are easy into and easy out of. There is a nice little cafe on-site that serves good home cooked meals. Only drawback was the roads are gravel, but even then were well cared for. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No longer associated with KOA, this is a very clean, friendly park. It is right off I-10 but you don't hear the highway noise. There is a small restaurant on site for breakfast and dinner, food was home cooked and very good. We were able to keep our tow connected on the pull thru site. This is a great place to stop on your way in and out of Texas. We will use it again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great place to stop and stay for a night or two as you travel I-10. Really friendly people. We stayed here on the way out of Texas and again on the way back. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed two nights at this campground. The clerk who checked me in was very friendly, knowledgeable and polite. I no longer have a KOA membership mainly because most KOA's charge way too much for their parks. I was given a Good Sam discount and very much appreciated this. I was able to get a good Wi-Fi connection during my stay. The grounds are very clean and I noticed that all the trees have been trimmed to allow for big rig RV's to go in and out. We stayed here several years ago and from what I could see, the park is kept in excellent condition. We camped here in a Motorhome.
According to their website, it states there is a hot tub, there isn't. We needed a 50 amp site and they stuck us in the back, and the wi fi didn't reach back here. My new computer couldn't pick it up at all. The folks up front were friendly, and park seems to be neat and clean. Voltage was a bit low, and water pressure isn't great. I could have stayed in town for half the money, but my husband wanted to use the hot tub and there wasn't one! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the only reasonably-priced KOA we’ve been to, and one of the nicer ones, with friendly staff. It is well-maintained, with lots of trees, convenient to I-10, yet far enough from the noise. They have free cable TV and Wi-Fi, which worked well. Their laundry was also handy, clean and inexpensive. This is a nice place for a stopover. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This one is OK for an overnight. Rough interior roads, but the spaces were OK and the pull-through was just long enough for out 36' 5er with the truck. Hook-ups were OK also. Older park in the desert. According to the literature, the sites to see are the Post Office, the Caboose visitors center and the library. Stickers everywhere, so it was rough on our pooch. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good level sites, paved roads. Easy access to and from the freeway, and located outside the city. Quiet place. Grassy area between wide sites. Friendly helpful staff. Wifi down while we were there, new system. Great sunset view. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a decent KOA. There is not much else in this part of Texas to choose from but the campground was in good shape. The grounds are well landscaped and well maintained. The sites are gravel with sparse grass but are wide enough for 4 slides. The restaurant is very quaint. The cook and waitress are a married couple that make the food and serve it. You pay in the front office. We found the BBQ ribs diner to be very good. Get there early or they may run out of food. We will stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overall park for a short stay. Everything clean, orderly, and friendly. Not a destination park, as there isn't much to do in Ft. Stockton, but great for passing through. Easy parking, and hook-ups. Quiet, yet near the freeway-easy on and off. This is the best there is in the area. We look for a safe place, and felt comfortable here. Will definitely use this park again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place was unfortunately our introduction to KOA campgrounds. We camped here on our way to Big Bend, asked about the park and any information they might have. Zilch! No help here, don't bother asking. The restrooms and showers, while large were hammered. Tiles fallen off the wall, moldy mildewed shower curtain, water damaged vanity, rusted fixtures. Had a shower not been very important at that time we wouldn't have risked it. The lot also was very unlevel. This place could sure use some maintenance. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park definitely qualifies as "middle of nowhere" However, the sites were level, WiFi worked well, and the management was very pleasant and helpful. The restaurant at the campground even served a tasty dinner. It was a pleasant surprise. If we are in the area again, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the better KOA's. Spacious sites. Nothing fancy, but clean and orderly. Nice bonus is their restaurant open for supper and breakfast. Excellent home cooking at a reasonable price and you get to interact with fellow campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used as an overnight stop. Level, wide sites. Paid for 30 amp since it's a little cheaper. The restaurant was open for dinner at night and breakfast in the AM. That meant that I didn't have to unhook the car and still eat out. Nice people at the CG and the restaurant. Would definitely use again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A place to stop on way through west Texas. Nothing else to recommend. Nice people, but park does not even offer basic cable TV, you are too far away from other cities to use your TV antenna. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been staying at this KOA since 2001. It is almost always our first and last stop on our trips west. The previous reviews are accurate. The staff is always very nice. The sites are gravel and fairly level. The restrooms are older, but clean. Their trees are finally getting big enough to offer some shade. They used to have a nice little restaurant on site, but the last couple of times we’ve been there it has been closed. Their pool has always looked nice. There is no TV reception. And one other thing: A sign in their office says, “No, the wind doesn’t always blow this hard. Sometimes it blows harder.” Believe it, but it is still a good overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is definitely just for 'over nighters'. No frills! Thank goodness for satellite TV cause they have no cable TV & the TV antenna doesn't work well here - very fuzzy picture. They do have a TV/activity room but it always appeared to be locked. The staff is friendly & the park is clean. Office is closed for several hours during the day so campers select their own site. Right off I-10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Level sites and just off the Interstate. Dusty and well worn park though. Hardly a sign of a tree, but a nice desert view. Sites are quite short for medium to big rigs. No TV (and I mean NO TV). Super nice people, and they have a nice little restaurant with pretty good meals. Gas and diesel fuel is available at a fair price. A good place to stop for the night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is O.K. for a stop over. The wind blows hard all the time here and you have a lot of dust. Most of South Texas has this problem. We had a BBQ dinner in KOA dinner room and it was very good. Sites are paved with some type of small rock. Staff was very helpful. We camped here in a camper.
Only stayed one night. Place was clean. Pool was not heated and it was cold for July. They have a hot tub. It is a good overnight stopping place. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.