Comanche Land RV park reminds us of the very first RV park we stayed at in Amarillo. It is pretty desolate (except for the globe mallow, itch-bomb trees, and the goat heads..Ally can attest to that..) and windy. We stayed a third night because the wind was just too much to drive to Carlsbad.
The directions and information about the park is pretty good, but the rate information came from a campground RV review site. The last reported was $18.00 cash only. It ended up to be 3 nights for $48 bucks electricity included, can’t go wrong there.
The sites are about 35 feet wide and long enough for our 36 foot rig and then some. The man I believe to be Joe Parras, owner/ lives on site, said that space is 70 feet long. It is hard to tell, but we have plenty of space. The sites are level, which makes it easy to set up.
The GPS had a hard time finding the RV park because the address is I-10. Comanche Land RV park is actually located on the frontage road just east of Fort Stockton at exit 258 across the highway from IHOP . I-10 is very loud. Not a terribly good location, but the rate per night is hard to beat.
Big Bend National Park: HWY 385 south 2 hours
Fort Davis: I-10 west 1.5 hours
There are dogs in the park, but there no pet areas and goat heads everywhere.
It is unfortunate, but the only things going for Comanche land RV park is the friendly owner and the nightly rates