Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Fort Stockton

Address: 2915 W Dickinson Blvd, Fort Stockton, Texas, 79735, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 2915 W Dickinson Blvd, Fort Stockton.
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      Back into the heat

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Sep 07, 2014

      4 photos

      ... 30. After leaving the park, we drove separately to a Shell station to fill up "G/G". We hooked the car up at the Shell station, although we really could have hooked up at the park and made it into Shell without any difficulty. This time, we drove through Ruidoso not 20 miles out of the way to go around it. Not sure why the GPS sent us the other way going in. Being Sunday morning before all the stores opened, ...


      A travel blog entry by crisguidi on Feb 20, 2014

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      Half way back from Marfa to midland we went through Fort Stockton again. This is where we stopped on the way to Big Bend to get our food at the Walmart. Well...after further research, little did we know that fort Stockton has the former largest roadrunner statue in the World. I don't know how has the largest now but ...

      Hilltop RV Park - Ft. Stockton, TX

      A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 20, 2013

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      ... to get gas…she never saw the humor in it!).

      When we got to Ft. Stockton, we found the Hilltop RV Park. In spite of their assertion that it was on a "hilltop" while the fact is that the terrain is as flat as a tabletop. It was, however, so exposed that the wind blew pretty strongly the entire time we were there. Their brochure cautions campers to keep awnings closed ...

      Beautiful sunsets!

      A travel blog entry by jpandpa on Jul 12, 2012

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... go by for a week. He then leveled the land, put in gravel roads and sites, added electric/water and sewer and was in business. This all sounded like American entrepreneurship, so we went for it.

      It was as advertised - to an extent. It was right off the freeway, had level gravel sites, no frills but all hookups. OK, not the nicest place we had stayed in, but we only needed an overnight. About an hours after we arrived and hook up, the electric tripped ...

      Phil From Missouri and his RV

      A travel blog entry by lukemaggers on May 26, 2012

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      ... Ghost Town. We arrived at the camp site and it was pretty windy. We had to set up our tents in these strong winds which was a task in itself. We all had to team up to set up each tent and hammer them into the ground so they didn't fly away.

      We managed to cook dinner and clean dishes in the strong wind and then it started to get dark and the wind was not easing up and it looked like a strong storm was going to hit us. The winds were so strong that the poles holding up ...