2016 Back to the Pacific Northwest travel blog

Ft. Stockton, TX - Ft. Stockton RV Park - site 34

Ft. Stockton, TX - Ft. Stockton RV Park - site 34, another...

Ft. Stockton, TX - Ft. Stockton RV Park - site 34, and...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX - our route - 314...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 1 - they cut down...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 2 - pretty wildflowers in...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 3 - a lot more...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 4 - this power distribution...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 5

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 6 - needless to say...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 7 - this was an...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 8 - some more wildflowers

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 9 - it was raining...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 10

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 11 - in front of...

Guadalupe River SP to Ft. Stockton, TX 12 - they also had...


It should have been a 304 mile trip from Guadalupe River State Park to Ft. Stockton, TX but the distance was extended by 10 miles when the campground we expected to stay in had no room for us and we had to backtrack 10 miles to the RV park we wound up in. The trip itself was a pretty easy drive along I-10 except for the occasional rain shower and a short downpour. We did give the Mothership another drink as we pulled into Ft. Stockton.

We are staying at the Fort Stockton RV Park which is another park that was previously a KOA. It was the only other park that had long enough pull-throughs that let us leave Libby attached overnight. We have a 50 amp full hookup site with free WiFi, usable Verizon and a clear shot to the satellite.

Tomorrow, we head into Mountain Time as we go past El Paso to Los Cruces, NM for the night. We did make reservations for that stay!!

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