Fort Stockton RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
We really like this park. The people and the chicken fried steak are wonderful. Our dogs loved the park.
This is a wonderful park - not fancy, but good. The people are friendly and very accommodating. Got us an easy in, easy out spot. We had a great dinner at the cafe. The dog park is awesome. It's huge! No trees, but you can easily go there in the evening after the weather cool, because it's got lights. I don't five stars easily, but this campground earned them all.
Don't go into Fort Stockton, stop at this RV park. Very nice place for this area.
Stayed 2 nights, level site, pull through, FHP, quiet, only reason for 4 stars-no laundry. They have a cafe for breakfast & dinner, didn't try it. Good Sam discount rate.
We drove right by this on our first pass through Ft Stockton. After seeing a couple of other RV campgrounds, we turned around and went back to this one. So glad we did!!! GREAT, friendly staff; welcoming; found us a good pull-through site. We had a fabulous view of the sunset tonight. Easy hook-ups. Went to eat dinner in their cafe - terrific food!! And reasonably priced. I had fried catfish with some fries and hush puppies, with a biscuit. My hubby had grilled catfish, green beans and the hush puppies, and chocolate ice cream for dessert. Very enjoyable, pleasant place to eat and stay. Gravel sites, with trees, etc. Would definitely stay here again on our way through!!
West Texas stop
Our third stay at this park. Very clean & convenient. Nice small restaurant with good food. We recommend this park for a great stop for I-10 in west Texas.
Nice Friendly place
Was wondering where we were going to spend the night and lucked out and found an app that found us this place. The people were very friendly and the food was good in their little cafe. It was like a little Oasis in the middle of nowhere and the price was good. The price shown includes tax.
Great for overnight or a few nights
This is a former KOA on I-10 just east of town. Easy on and off the highway and road noise was not noticeable (we were in site 6). Yes, the park has some cats but they are skittish not wild. There was a dog sleeping in the office when we checked in. Apparently they love their pets and provide for ours, too. Large fenced doggy area. Pool looked fine but no one in it due to outside temps in the sixties. Playground for the kids and large grassy area to run around or toss a Frisbee. People were very friendly. The cafe was closed and the staff served us free pizza and drinks at 5:30. So nice not to have to cook and clean up or go back into town to eat even if it was only carry out pizza. We stayed in a 36' motor home and did not have to unhook our small car.
We got their early to get a good spot. NOT! They put us in a drive thru right on the road, even though there were plenty of spaces. Between 5-6 both morning and evening service trucks and pickups started coming and going. Very noisy!! We hadn't got a neighbor until about 8: pm so the pickups used the space next to us as a short cut pass thru. It was very unpleasant trying to sit out plus the concrete pad was pretty broken up and a mess too. I would not recommend this place!!
Older Park But Suitable
This is an old KOA that has expanded explosively with the oil boom in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico.
There have been two additions to the park that still look like a work in progress though occupied. There are a lot of oil field workers and other long term or permanent residents here, maybe close to half. Their sites are not overtly messy but contain the clutter that is associated with long term trailer living when your "stuff" won't fit inside. We also saw feral cats and many dogs that might have been barred at other parks. Just a lot of growth that happened very fast. I guess control will have to catch up.
Travelers are put in what was the old KOA park of the park, so there are trees and some grass between the sites.
The interior roads used to be blacktop but most of the asphalt is gone leaving just the gravel aggregate behind. There are many potholes. The sites are long enough for most rv's with a tow, we didn't unhook. The sites are old gravel with utilities placed close enough. Sites are close but not unlike many parks; there is a picnic table and a bit of grass lawn at each site. There is a large fenced dog park.
The Wi-fi worked well for us and was consistent all day. Cable tv was good also.
The park is generally maintained and certainly not dirty or junky, but there seems to be a lack of attention. Just not really up to par. The park looks old and tired, but is certainly serviceable.
There are two bathroom locations: one at the office and a free-standing bathroom/shower building out on the grounds. Both are clean and comfortable. We used the building in the park and found it to be clean, but in need of minor repairs or replacement of small missing or broken items. Again just a matter of keeping up with a lot of traffic. There is also a laundry that was workable even though a couple of machines were down.
Everyone mentions the cafe'. It is nice with good home style food.