7 Parks near Alice, Texas
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Alice. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Alice in the left hand column.
Feb 2011 - $30.00
Not a bad place, but pretty old. Sewer hookup was on wrong side of site, so they said 'pick anyone you want'. Lots of permanent people. Near a Navy Military base, so lots of noisy jets overhead. It's close to the King Ranch, which is what we wanted. - travelingviking
Oct 2016 - $36.00
A great place for an overnight stay. Only 4 years old, the pull through was concrete, wide and level! Perfect for a big rigs. Wide streets, good security, power and hookups correctly placed. All good. Would stay here again! - MerBee
Feb 2016 - $36.00
Nature's Own is a very clean, well managed and very nice park. We enjoyed the pool very much. Showers and a community building are relatively new, very nice and super clean. The only real negative is the road noise from US-77, which surprised me with intensity. I assume if you get a space farther away from the road than we were able to book, that noise may be less. Also, there is no cable tv.
Overall, this is a clean, well run and very safe park....essentially gated at night. I would stay again for sure. - Forerwr
Jan 2016 - $55.00
Gated park. Relative to the area, I suppose this is about as good as it gets. Concrete pads are level with rock between pads. Really wish the street sections were as wide as the pads...turning in with 42 ft. coach was a bit tight. Stayed here as an overnighter on the way down to valley. - Smooth Running
Jan 2014 - $25.00
Avoid this park. Way, way off the beaten path. Too many dogs running loose and piles everywhere you walk. Owner at the time of our stay has six loose dogs running and howling all hours. No WiFi, no cable, and no marina. There is a boat ramp for tenants but no dock or boat slips, no showers, and no club house. There is a coin laundry shed in the park for the tenants. Tenants are permanent dwellers. Water pressure is poor. There are dumpsters for garbage. Pool is non-functioning and fenced off. Neighbors in the residential area surrounding the park are hostile and so are their dogs, of all breeds. Frequent dog fights and the owner's "pack" have howling fits all hours of the day and night. Older park that is on the decline. But quiet and affordable. Would not stay here ever again. - wheels
Jan 2011 - $17.00
Owners are very friendly and laid back. Lots of dogs running loose, be careful where you walk. It had rained the day before we arrived and there was Mud everywhere. Lots of Winter Texans and workers. Needs a lot of work. We paid Passport America rate. Regular rate of $35.00 totally way too much for what is there. - dj4pres
Dec 2010 - $18.00
Had a hard time finding this park: the website and P.A. directions were wrong. Used Google Address Search to zero into it. Pool was closed. Called in A.M., no call back twice. It was full when we arrived at 2PM so we went to the nearby State Park. No signs to lead into park and the owner "knows" a few signs are missing! Soooo we can't say much about it, only filled in blanks to post here. - retiredgeezer
Apr 2010 - $11.00
This is a family owned RV park located at the entrance of the Lake Corpus Christi State Park. It is a small and very neatly maintained park with full hookups. We stayed a relaxing 2 weeks here. The Nueces River runs along the back of the park. The office and park store services the area and the State Park by providing fishing supplies and some groceries. They only rent pads for 1 week or longer stays at $75.00 a week plus electricity or $180.00 a month plus electricity. We had very good Verizon cell phone and internet signal. Direct TV had a good signal and also regular TV stations of NBC, CBS, CW and ION channels. - TexasRVer
Nov 2016 - $18.00
Great experience. Staff was friendly. Sites were large and shaded. Good walking trails through woods and by lakes. Nice dog park. Fabulous new salt water swimming pool. We will definitely go back. - Ralph - Judy
Jul 2016 - $13.00
Actually stayed here for 3 months so our nightly rate, when broken down, is lower than normal. Quiet, not many activities going on during the summer months. They just put in a salt water pool. Small but refreshing. A lot of empty campers sitting empty waiting on the "winter Texans" to come back.
Many living here full time or are passing through workers like me. They appear to have many more activities during the winter months. There is a very large book exchange area. There are 2 laundry areas that are clean;however, they are slow to repair broken machines.
The grounds are pretty but not always maintained well. The driveway into the park is full of pot holes. The roads through out are supposed to be gravel but the gravel has worn away in allot of areas with just dirt remaining. So as you can imagine, everything is dusty. My husband's biggest gripe is that you can't wash your vehicle or camper unless you are a full-time resident. We have had to mow our own grass and spray for weeds because it was getting out of hand. They did have the equipment for us to sign out to do the grass but still we shouldn't have to do it ourselves.
They staff are pleasant and helpful. The WiFi you purchase through G-Tech which you can do for a month at a time. Works OK most of the time. We have a dish so TV was not a problem.
It is close to Lake Corpus Christi so good place to stay if you can't get a spot at the lake. All in all, we would stay here again. - LaneyC RN
May 2016 - $32.00
We actually stayed long term at this park from March to early June 2016. We then went on a long trip to Oregon and stayed in 20+ other RV parks. Wilderness Lakes is in our top three, particularly for long-term stays. The grounds are absolutely gorgeous, with the lakes, the trails through tree-covered parks, the varied wildlife. The whole place was extremely well maintained by the staff. Staff were very friendly; the place felt like a welcoming community, with regular potlucks and other fun activities; the clubhouse is large (kitchen is huge!) and well-suited for reunions and other group activities.
The only minor complaints we had was the choice to not pave the roads going through the park since this created extra noise, and the WiFi being restricted. But a great location near Lake Corpus Christi with all the opportunities for fishing, etc. Just wonderful overall. :) - Joanne Sprott
Feb 2013 - $22.00
We stopped here for the night because we wanted to visit the King Ranch. This park is next door to the waste-water treatment plant. There was no odor the day we were there. There are mostly long-term residents here in old run down mobile homes and a few trailers for workers in the area. As the residents got home from work, the dogs were all let loose. There were dogs wandering all around the park as well as cats. There were dogs copulating in front of our RV. The office staff were pleasant, but we left ASAP in the morning. - Earthdog
Jan 2013 - $22.00
Lots of permanent sites but that is expected in this economy. The site was on dirt/gravel and not quite level but placing one board under one side did the job. The managers are really nice and friendly. Noise in evening due to close proximity to Naval Air Station. But that's okay the sound of freedom. An added bonus, the FREE use of the two washers and dryers. - phyllen
Oct 2012 - $22.00
This was one of those quick in and quick out overnight stays. Office staff was very friendly. Park had a lot of permanents but their sites were well kept so that was no problem. I gave a rating of 8 because our site was not very level. Would we stay here again? YES. It is easy to get to from the highway. - daverich
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Originally we had planned on bringing a sailboat so we could enjoy the lake. Without any water craft or fishing poles there really isn't anything to do here. If you have little ones there isn't a playground. You can swim but there isn't a designated swim area. Many folks had motorboats, kayaks and jet skis. Others were fishing. Probably will not return due to having nothing to do. The park is fine as long as you bring some water type activity to do. - sblanck
Feb 2016 - $25.00
Our first stay here and our first time purchasing the Texas annual pass for $70. My husband was skeptical, but we did save money. Our second night was half price ($12.50) because of the pass. We were able to upgrade to a FHU site and although we did not have a view of the lake, it was only a short walk away. Enjoyed walking the trails, saw deer and lots of birds and sitting under our cozy quiet ramada. Would definitely stay here again. - housecar
Jan 2016 - $14.00
The campsites are small. We have only a 30' motorhome and it took 3 campsites to find one level and large enough for us. The concrete pads they have are for small RV's and the surrounding asphalt is broken up. The view is of the other campers in the loop. Instead of a bathroom per loop, you have to walk to a 'central' bathroom. First time I did a short cut but the sandburs were terrible (no paths to the bathroom). The walk on the road is long to the bathrooms. Showers were in bad shape. Plus these are the type you have to change in front of everyone then take a shower in a stall with a curtain that covers half the opening. Internet is very sporadic and slow. TV reception is OK. Verizon 4G is good. Hiking paths are very limited. No ranger programs during the 2 weeks we were there. Unless you have a boat, this isn't a great park. - J and C