Camp Stockton RV Park (formerly Comanche Land RV Park)
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Nice cheap place for the night
This is probably the cheapest RV park we've ever stayed at. It was clean, organized and easy to find off if the freeway. The only grumble I have is that it is a dust bowl. Just driving to our RV spot filled our rigg with tons of dust. It's nothing special but it will suffice for the night.
Great rest stop on I 10
This park is great for overnight stay off I-10. Has full Hookups, no cable or wifi and could only get one English speaking Channel with antenna, and it was spotty. Easy in and easy out! Price was $18.00, not bad for a full hookup.
Great price for what you get
As the previous poster said, this is not a destination park but it is convenient to the historic town of Ft. Stockton, shopping, and restaurants. You do get noise from I-10 but in the summer, with the a/c going, you don't even hear it.
Lots are easy pull-thru big enough for any rig. It might not be fancy but it appears to be the nicest one in the area and for $16 you get 30 amp electric, water, sewer, wifi, and cable. Can't beat that deal. Just $18 for 50 amp. Don't pass this one up just because it's not fancy.
Comanche Land RV Park
Sites are all pull-thrus, level, no table or grill. This is not a pretty park but it is clean and convenient to I-10. Very small trees through out the park so satellite is not obstructed. Cable TV with 50 channels. Does not have WiFi. Easy in and easy out. Cost is $16.00 for 30 amp and $18.00 for 50 amp - CASH only. It is a good overnight stop or park while visiting the area but not as a destination park. Convenient to town and shopping. We travel in a 40' motorhome with a tow and would stay in this park again.