With a desert ambiance and a peaceful allure, Fort Stockton RV Park offers a chance to get away from it all. There are full-hookups for RV’s with water, electricity (30/50 amp), and sewer with WI-FI and Cable-TV as well. Clean restrooms, showers, and a laundry add to the well-kept image this campground projects.
Pets are welcome with camp rules requiring all dogs to stay on a leash except when they are in the fenced dog park. Pooch guardians are responsible for picking up their waste and ensuring good behavior. It can get a bit dusty in these parts but the quiet location, plateau scenery, and Southern hospitality make Fort Stockton Park a magical place to stay
Each site has a picnic table and fire-grill with grassy areas where you can pitch a tent. It gets steaming hot in the desert so a swimming pool keeps campers cool while a playground lets kids have plenty of holiday fun. There is a good amount of shade from trees dotted around the sites that are gravel and level for easy access and pull-thrus. If you want to store your RV till next summer or give it a wash, it's no problem at this easy-going desert park where the hosts are friendly and helpful.
Eat a hearty breakfast or supper at the Roadrunner Café, where the menu features pancakes, grilled chicken, and catfish plus cool kids meals. The décor is casual and appealing, offering campers a walk-in restaurant. A six-mile drive takes you to Fort Stockton, a city with a wild west past and the Annie Riggs Museum - a time capsule of pioneer days, artifacts and memorabilia.
Take a town tour of the heritage buildings including the Pecas County Jail a monument to law and order back in the day. When you drive into Fort Stockton you can't miss the huge statue of Paisano Pete - a roadrunner welcoming folk to the area.