Hilltop RV Park Fort Stockton, Texas

This is our first international review and I think we have chosen a great one.  Hilltop RV Park at Fort Stockton has been getting great reviews for a long time so we couldn’t pass up checking what all the hype was about.

So how to get there, From the East (i.e. San Antonio) on I-10 take Ft. Stockton Exit 256, stay to the Right on the service road. Continue until you come to a Y in the road, take the right hand turn and come to the top of the hill. From the West (i.e. El Paso) on I-10 take Ft. Stockton Exit 256, just past the “Sleep Inn” hotel – take an immediate Left – travel under the overpass to the Stop sign, take a Left, then continue along the service road until you come to a Y in the road, take the right hand turn and come to the top of the hill.


The park is big rig friendly and utilities are easy to get to.  We found the park is close to the I-10 and one of the best things is the stunning photo opportunities of the sunsets – bring your camera!  Be mindful that it can and does get windy here so take caution with awnings and slides especially if your planing a day trip.o-2

Wifi and Cell coverage is good and we did not have any issues with it.

Overall this is a nice place and has a handy location and some stunning photo opportunities.


♦ All PULL THRU Sites
with picnic tables
♦ 50/30 Amp Service – ALL SITES
♦ FREE WiFi (it works great)
♦ Extra Long Big Rig Spaces ♦ Laundry Room Open 24 hrs
♦ Beautiful Pool with
Spacious Covered Patio
♦ Easy Access to Interstate 10
♦ Enclosed Puppy Patch
♦ Private Shower/Bathroom Suites ♦ TV Lounge (for Adults)
♦ Base Rates start at $30 per night ♦ Free DVD Lending Library
♦ Sunset Firepit for Evening Fires
and Great Conversation
♦ 1 min. drive to Walmart, golf course,
dining or shopping
♦ Peaceful Desert Setting ♦ West Texas Owners/Hosts
♦ Monthly/weekly rates, please call
♦ NO tent camping in the park
♦ 10% discount for cash,
on overnight rates
♦ Check in time is 2:00 pm
♦ Full service hook ups at all sites