04 June 2018

REVIEW: Ft. Stockton RV Park

This is the 4th time we've stayed at the Ft. Stockton RV Park.  Not because we have some kind of weird desire to visit Ft. Stockton, TX, but because its a good stopping point on the journey between San Antonio and Arizona. 

The RV park itself is pretty basic - everything you need, nothing you don't.  Spaces are gravel with a picnic table.  It's an easy setup in which to maneuver around a big rig.  The dog park is a huge fenced-in area and has benches and a water source (although the water was turned off on this visit).  It is less than 2 minutes off I-10, but yet in the middle of nowhere. 

Pretty basic angled spaces
View of dog park from our site - just a big fenced field

There is a cafe on premises that serves breakfast and dinner.  I haven't tried it, but Doug raved about their Biscuts & Gravy.  The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable of the area.  Rates are reasonable ($36 for a pull-thru with Good Sam discount).  I don't think there's much to do here, but it is a perfect spot to spend the night when traversing I-10 from Arizona/New Mexico to Central/Eastern Texas.