Easy access right off 85, but far enough its quiet. Nice really long pull through sites, place is well maintained and lots to offer, whether passing through or wanting to explore the area. Nice clean bathhouse, modern, fairly new, full hoopups include cable and wifi, you wont be disappointed. They have a small pool and sundeck, playground for the kids. We were treated so kindly, we felt like family. Cant recommend this place enough. Big level gravel sites, they had back in sites further back in the trees, so they can accommodate you with shade or more open sites, just let them know which you prefer.
Ok these are all premium sites, resort is easy off and on i-10. Gated resort, nice sites, roads are all nice concrete, with concrete parking pads for RV and or tow vehicles. The sites are nicely landscaped, grass, trees, picnic tables, full hookups, include cable and wifi. It is located right off and beside i-10, so there is road noise, but everything food, restaurants, shopping, is all nearby. It's a great stop if traveling i-10 passing through. Oh they also have covered RV sites should you want to beat some of that sunshine off your rig in summer heat. There is a small pool that is nice, and a lake behind campground so one row of sites has lake views. We just took a pull through site under the canopy of trees, it's very nice!
I tryed using the posted address 33000 interstate 10 west frontage road, unable to find kept coming back.
Ok, it's a nice campground in a great location to explore the hill country, plus convenient to San Antonio, we decided to stay a week to explore, using campground as base camp. Sites are close but have a picnic table and grassy area between the neighboring site. Full hookups, cable and wifi that seems to actually work at most sites. There are many things to see and do, I hope we can see most of them during our week. We went to a fun town, Fredericksburg tx, today, we are already talking about going back there if time permits, was really alot to do there, beautiful town, we drove through boerne, and need to go see there historic old town and shops too. Of course we want to see the Alamo in San Antonio and the riverwalk, and that will be barely scratching the surface of things to do.
Note! The highway in front of the campground is under construction, so where it would normally be and easy off easy on, it's a little tricky getting in and out with the bigger rigs, but easy enough once you come in once, just follow the signs, it looks harder than it actually is at first, plenty of room to make your turns, just not normal till they finish it. 1/8/21 @ time of post.
This is truly a gem of a park. No hookups, but a free park. Hoyt the city park guy, has warned about parking under the pecan tree limbs in windy conditions and to please park to not impede traffic driving through the park. But there are at least a half dozen places or more, that would make great sites. We are right on the rivers edge at the junction of the two rivers. Beautiful views, the park is very nice to just walk along the rivers edge, there are picnic tables and grills, volleyball court, basketball court, pavilions with picnic tables, and fire pits. The people of junction have built a beautiful park, I try to remember I am a guest in there park, and thank them for being such gracious hosts. We want to go to town and shop with the merchants to show our appreciation. Thank You Junction!
Just to recommend the Roadrunner Cafe at Fort Stockton RV Park. We got the chicken fried steak and eggs with grits and toast, to go, they are fast service yet very tasty and hot. Which is extremely convenient for us folks passing through that don't want the mess of cleaning up after breakfast. Thank You Roadrunner for great service and food!
Nice campground just east of town of Fort Stockton. Lots of sites, looks like they can accommodate any of your camping needs. Propane, ice, small store. Roadrunner restaurant serving breakfast and dinner. Traveling i 10 east or west, this seems to be a nice stopping point. Fort Stockton has a Walmart, Loves Travel center, Flying J and more. The sites are pretty close to level , so not much to set up, full hookups, including cable and wifi, cell service is good. Desert views from campground.
Awesome stop! Great campground just down hill from old town tombstone! You wont be disappointed, nicely run and kept, everything you need. Lots to see and do in area. Sierra Vista is about 18 miles with excellent shopping. Bisbee is a fun drive through mountains and fun town to browse as well. Tombstone is well worth the visit, go see the Birdcage, well worth the tour of 1881 multiple purpose bar, brothel, casino card games etc. There is a great leather shop in town. G. D'AMBROSE, I highly recommend his leather work, top quality, I got my gun belt holster while in town, custom made to fit. It was Christmas week and he still got it done in record time, great guy, his saddles and other items were remarkable as well. There were lots of restaurants, saloons, shops, stage coach still running in town. Step back in time and enjoy the old west, dont forget to visit boothill for some of tombstone history. We were there for 9 days, but didnt see it all. The campground has a gate at rear corner, you can walk lots of dessert trails, or some brought there 4 wheelers , golf carts, and rode them. Campground had nice laundry, propane, pool, clubhouse, spaces had rail fences between and nice space. We decorated the fence with Christmas lites, many others did as well.
Nice campground convenient about half way between Tucson and El Paso for us. Campground was very easy in and out, town is declining but appears safe, sheriff vehicle just in front of campground. Campground was close to 10 but not to bad noise wise. We had a very scenic drive up into mountains to silver city, cute old town, we passed through Gila national forrest , it's about 45 miles, but a very easy nice drive on very good roads. I would stay here again passing through, only 3 channels on air tv, but they have included cable of about 20 channels. This campground is very close or in the dust bowl area, but was not bad while we were there and it was a little windy. Enjoyed our stay.
Easy on off of interstate 10, service road on both sides of 10 with easy u turns from side to side make it easy to navigate town. All kinds of great restaurants and shopping. Campground sites are tight, but adequate, you can see Mexico across the Rio grand, very beautiful at night. El Paso gets very good ratings on being a safe border town. Great stop if you are traveling through, lots to explore nearby.
The have a few electric and water sites, then more dry sites. Also horse corals, its neat being able to walk right into town, well worth a stop, sites are hard dirt, but adequate, spaced a little more apart on the dry sites, the electric/water sites back up to the town small railroad tracks and are much closer together. This is a great alternative when the lost Dutchman is full. 20 dollars to dry camp, but being able to walk into town was pretty cool. Seen roadrunner, quail, and doves, rabbits. A few coyotes howled at the moon at night, which was pretty cool to, off in the distance. I'd stay here again for the convenience.
We were just passing through, I wanted a good steak and a rest, we got both. Very convenient easy off and on to 40. The steakhouse delivers to campsite, so that was perfect. I didn't have to disconnect, nice level sites. Got early start back on journey next morning. We look forward to stopping here again! No I didn't order the roast, just a quality steak cooked perfectly. Great job, Big Texan!
We stayed here Sept 2020 during tropical storm and covid, lol. Was a great safe location in port of storm, the sites mostly drained well. Very few sites had issues. Was a wonderful stay, campground is huge, bring your golf cart or rent one there. They did a great job social distancing the management, while maintaining Cdc guidelines even for activities. Of course not everyone there social distanced but we wont go there. Lol. We attended the movie night drive in, was lots of space to park your golf cart more than 6 foot apart and enjoy the movie. Great job Greys Point!
Great campground, we have stayed here several times, great home base while scouting the surrounding areas. Lots to see and do in area. Not to mention lots of activities. They have lots of cabins different types including tee,pees full hookups and lots of amenities.
Full hookups, lots of open spaces at this time, you'll come on down. Weather is great, warm days, cool nights. Well in December anyways. Its a nice quiet campground, there is some traffic noise, but otherwise a nice spot, very convenient to about any type shopping you could need. Great place to stop in and restock, recharge, plus relax a little. Laundry, game room, fitness center, two pools, great showers. About 1/2 way between Phoenix and Tucson.
Beautiful views here, they have both water/electric sites plus dry campsites, all have views with picnic tables and fire ring grill grate. It had been 110 days since rain when we first arrived, so no fires first couple days, but they got rain yesterday 12/10/20 so we can have fires again. This is desert camping, the birds and everything in desert is happy about the rain. Goldfield old mining town is across the street, worth a visit as well for old western town lovers 1883 I believe. Route 88 will carry you through beautiful curvy mountain road over to canyon lake and Tortilla flats, well worth the drive. Lots of hiking from Lost Dutchman State Park. We have seen rabbits, roadrunners, doves, quail and a number other birds, early morning and evening hikes you will see plenty of creatures feeding off the desert. The Saguro cactus are incredible.
Nice park right in Sedona, sits along oak creek canyon, you can walk to creek, it's very clear water and pretty. The campground has many rules, but nothing you cannot live with. It's very close to everything in Sedona, Sedona's beauty is amazing, you cant go wrong here. We stayed in site 57, in our opinion one of the best sites, we faced views towards the creek, and neighbors were across the road from us, most sites are fairly close, but a very quiet nice park. It's a little pricey, but it is in Sedona.
We stopped in Dec 4th and 5th 2020 easy peasy. Stayed in site 12 with 30ft tt backed in, beautiful cozy campground. Sites are fairly close together but nice. The views are awesome in nearly every direction. Cottonwood Az old town very close with lots of great food. About 30 minutes or so to Sedona, nice drive to old mining town Jerome build on side of mountain maybe 15 minutes, take the road on past Jerome to mingus mountain recreation area. Beautiful!