44 Parks near Alvin, Texas
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Horrible. This place has apparently gone downhill in the last few years. Right next to a noisy highway. Upkeep was okay, but not very good. They say they have Internet, but it's not usable or reliable. And the owners don't really care. My suggestion: find someplace better. - JosephPT
Oct 2009 - $25.00
As other reviewers have stated this is a nice older park with wide sites. Owners are nice and friendly. Sites are level concrete with paved roads. Our site had a broken outbuilding and some debris from previous campers, but overall it was a nice place to stay. We would stay again. - BigRigTravelerUSA
Feb 2009 - $9.00
Nice older park with plenty of room between the sites. Really meant for long term as most of the ones are used as such. Nothing really wrong with the park unless you are looking for frills. There are no restrooms, showers, laundromat or pool. That is OK with us as we have all the facilities we need in our trailer. It is very quiet there and served our purpose very well. - zrxh14
Jan 2017 - $15.00
Do your research on this place! It sits directly next to the Pearland Landfill. In the morning you get a nice aroma of something that I can not describe.They boast about the oak trees here, hence the name Oak hollow, but do nothing for the termites that swarm and will obliterate any wood or partial wood surface.The wildlife is nice, the raccoons will chew through the bottom of your trailer and wiring to gain access. They do nothing for the out of control wildlife.They are adding more trailer spots with nice curbs and driveways, but the drainage has been affected and there is no water retention area.So when it rains and the Cowarts Creek gets full (light rain fills it), you are under water here. Beware! - JohnCoffee
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We have been camping In a 35' Motor Home at Oak Hollow RV Park since 10/14/2013. We commit to our site by the year so we can travel and have it when we return.
My wife and I have camped at hundreds of SP, COE and Campgrounds in the USA, Canada, and Alaska. We have camped at Resorts to Boom docking. We are members of PPA, C2C, and GS.
Oak Hollow RV Park may not be the biggest or have the most amities. But three years ago there were about 12 RV sites now it is around 70 RV sites. The owner is adding sites almost every week. The new ones are all level concrete with water, 50 amp. electric and sewer.
There are lots of trees for shade and birds to enjoy. We rate Oak Hollow RV a 8.0 when the Laundry room in finished our rating will go up to 9.0. - Goldwinger
Nov 2016 - $10.00
This park is a short term park, using Pass Port America, and a long term park. This short term sites are nice in size and pull thru's, long term sites are very narrow and short. Full hook ups are find. The one bad thing about the park, is the dog pooh. Most of the long term residence don't pick up after their dogs. There seems to be no park rules that covers this area. The rates are OK. Long term is around $310.00 a month plus electricity.
There is a mobile home section in the park. Some are OK and some are in bad shape. The older mobile homes seem to have a lot of junk on their sites. We like this park even though there are some problems. - Joceil
Oct 2016 - $16.00
The park is mostly people who live there full-time or for extended periods but it appears they have about a dozen sites reserved for short term rentals. We stayed a week. Staff and any people we met in the park were friendly. There is a pool and a laundry room. Only complaint - no folding tables in laundry but the price was great. The area is becoming built up so if you are a runner, once you run by a half-mile of construction, you are in neighborhoods and the sidewalks are shady, safe and miles ... close proximity to stores. - BD_Mass
Jun 2016 - $16.00
A bargain for the Passport America rate of $16. Staff was exceedingly accommodating and left our check-in paperwork taped to the office door as we arrived late in the day. Office opens again on Monday morning for business and we will pay for our stay then. Easy peasy!
We didn't spend very much time here but used it as a convenient base to visit The Lakewood Church in Houston as well as a visit to Galveston.
Most of this park contains older, permanent mobile homes but there is a section for travel trailers which is well groomed and perfectly acceptable. Our site was a pull-thru, with plenty of room for our truck and fifth-wheel. Each site has a covered, cement patio with a freshly painted picnic table and the grass around the sites was recently mowed. Conveniently placed hookups for electric, water, and sewer, but no cable. We have our own WiFi so can't vouch for theirs. Peaceful and quiet in an otherwise very busy area. Would return if in the area. - PARTYOF2
Oct 2014 - $0.00
Apparently this park has ceased to exist - User1650
Feb 2013 - $29.00
Park is nice and quiet and the staff is friendly. It is showing it's age but everything worked. There are a lot of permanent residents some of which are a bit trashy. Wi-Fi worked great. Road to the park is narrow so watch yourself. Showers are large and work good. Pool is clean but small. Would stay again. - Brian & Corky
Sep 2012 - $18.00
We did the monthly rate as we had planned on staying longer. Says Wi-Fi available but only close to the office/Laundry, it is not reachable to the RV sites. Our site was right on the lake. Very beautiful!! Wish we could have stayed longer. Country setting but close to town and shopping. - pittstl
Jun 2016 - $42.00
Stayed here two nights while visiting the Johnson Space Center. Would definitely stay here if in the area. The park wasn't great, but it served our purpose very well. The check-in staff was very nice and helpful. No problems with our pull-through site. There are a lot of permanent residents but the park still looked good. The restrooms could use some work, but overall we were pleased with the campground. - junmy3
Apr 2016 - $40.00
They were very accommodating for our late arrival and friendly over the phone. Paved but very narrow roads inside rv park. Spacing is very tight; however, they had what we needed which was 50 amp, water and flat site. For an overnight, we didn't need anything more. It is near the highway but can't hear it much if your rv has good insulation. - DebGA
Feb 2016 - $39.00
The spaces are very narrow and the roads in the park are tight. Don't plan on extending your awing or leaving your tow attached. Staff is very nice and helpful and try to make your stay nice. The park is on the frontage road right off the freeway so its very loud, there also seemed to be a lot of working from the freeway construction job staying there so traffic inside the park in the early morning was also loud. Great location for visiting the Space Center because it is so close. Not someplace I would chose to hang out at the RV for a couple weeks for vacation.
Wi-Fi was high speed but not reliable, it only worked a few hours the first day I got there and then didn't work for the remaining two days. - jpm777
Mar 2016 - $41.00
The word Resort does not belong in this park's name. It couldn't decide if it wanted to be a storage place or RV park. All hookups worked fine but the wifi was very slow and kept dropping. There was constant traffic in and out of the storage site and the roadway. Welfare motel occupants next door let their dogs run free and did not pick up after them. There was a small pool but it was closed and a small empty room that (I think) was supposed to be a lounge area. The garbage can in the bathroom was overflowing with used paper towels and the shower was not inviting. The campsites were level concrete pads but were close to each other with no shade trees. - Melodycthomas
May 2010 - $31.00
We stayed here for two nights while visiting friends in Galveston. While access is pretty easy off I-45, my GPS was routing me on a toll road which I chose to avoid, which was a big mistake. Traveling the locals roads was just tedious and of course, I was arriving about 3PM on a Friday afternoon. One nice aspect is there's a Shell station on the corner of I-45 & FM 517 West that was an easy-in/easy-out (at least early on a Sunday morning) for my 36' gas motorhome and toad. he park was clean, well maintained, and had what I think were good interior roads which I could navigate easily. My assigned site was a long concrete pull through. While I used my car while there, the site was long enough to allow the toad to remain hitched. The Wifi and cable TV worked well. The sites were pretty close together for my taste. Although I didn't extend my awning, it looked like it would come pretty close to the RV in the adjacent site. - Wayneey
Nov 2009 - $31.00
Good for an overnight stay: wouldn't want to be here for an extended stay as sites are very close together. Roads are quite narrow and the entry is quite challenging. Check-in lady was excellent: went through a lot of effort to get us a long enough space so we didn't have to un-hook. - GeeksRUs
Jun 2011 - $20.00
Nice country park in the middle of rice farming. The park has a nice 9 hole course that we played 3 times. The course has a few water hazards but no sand traps at all. The company runs a crop dusting service and they start flying at first light, so you have a nice alarm clock. The site we had was a level pull-through with gravel and grass. They have creative pricing for weekly stays. You get 7 days and 6 nights for your weekly rate that cost $5 more than 6 nights. Go figure. I'd stay here again but would opt out of the weekly rate and save the $5 next time. - Bill Bell
Apr 2010 - $18.00
Can’t believe this park hasn’t been reviewed since 2006. Small park, with mostly long-term residents but well kept. The pull-through we were in was long enough for our 40’ coach with room to spare. All sites are rock with grassy area. Most have picnic tables. All are full-hook-up with 50 Amp service. Some trees but they do not interfere with the spaces. No longer have Wi-Fi or free washers/dryers and adjacent golf course is only 9 holes. Management is very friendly and helpful. Being out in the country, it is very quite. Good reception for both AT&T cell and Verizon wireless mobile broadband. Golf course can play tough when the wind is blowing, which according to our neighbors who have been here for a couple months, it almost always does. Being golfers, would definitely stay here again. - rvtravler2009
Jul 2006 - $15.00
Park is out in the country, about 3 miles north of TX35, just outside Danbury. It is surrounded by a huge rice farm and next door to an 18 hole golf course. There are 8 pull-thrus and 15 back-ins. The pull-thrus are pretty short and the back-ins are really long (easy to park two cars in front of coach). All sites are full hookup with 50 amp service. Sites are gravel surrounded by grass and nicely maintained. Back-ins sites all have a picnic table beside them. Most sites are filled with long-termers. Trees around the edge but not by the sites. Nice views and friendly hosts. Two fishing ponds and a creek runs by the north side. Pet friendly if you keep them on a lease and pick up their "leavings." Free WiFi and two free washers & dryers and free showers. Rates are $15/87.50/350 and all inclusive. We stayed here in a 40 ft motorhome for 2 months in 2006. - r.boylan
Dec 2016 - $39.00
We stayed for 2 weeks and the price reflects the weekly rate. The park sets back off the road about a block or so, and while the GPS had no problem finding the address, we missed the sign on our first pass. We had to turn around, and we found their small sign on the second try. When we checked in, I told them about missing their sign the first time, and they said that was the largest sign that they could have. We had reservations for a back in site, but after seeing how close they were, we requested a pull thru, which was a little better, but still quite close. The people were friendly and helpful. The park is kept clean and the facilities that we used, the gym and the community room, looked clean. The sites were all concrete, with the back in sites really close together. The pull-thru sites have a little strip of grass between them and maybe enough room to open your awning. We didn't use our awning, so we don't know for sure. The hook-ups were easy to locate and easy to get connected. We noticed that where we were, most of the pull thrus had 2 sewer connections, one at the back of the site and one about the middle. The wi-fi worked very well, as did the cable and satellite TV. We had no problems with the water pressure or electricity. - Bbtj
Jun 2016 - $31.00
We stay in the Houston area periodically to visit our son and grandchildren, and it's always a chore to find a decent RV park. This one is OK, but the sites were very close together and mostly concrete. There is a lake in the middle of the park but not for swimming. We did have a small grassy area by our site, but our neighbor's utilities were in the grass and so close to us they were under our awning. No picnic tables. The sites are mostly back-in with a few pull throughs. The cheaper ones are on the perimeter and the more expensive around the lake. They have good electric for both 30 amp and 50 amp, and good water pressure. All sites have sewer hookup. They do have WiFi (but we did not use it as I have my own Jetpack) and cable. The pool is on the small side but there were not many people in it. It's mostly an adult park with lots of full time workers. There is no playground or dog park, but they do allow dogs. There is a small theater and recreation center; a few bathrooms around the pool area, and a nice laundry area. The washing machines do not take quarters though. You have to buy coins to put in the machines, and they all cost $2 each - pretty expensive. - Kerch Family
May 2016 - $31.00
Nice concrete sites,some sections are spacious but many like ours are very tight. We could not extend our awning all the way. Also inadequate space for vehicles. Just poor planning on the set-up. This is supposed to be an adult-only park. The managers say that kids "just visit" grandparents, etc, but children DO live here, full-time. The managers do NOT enforce the rules that are meant for everyone, this one being the most blatant. Also, speeding is not controlled or dealt with. Worst we've seen. A few speed bumps were installed but they are totally ineffective. This is a beautiful park on a nice lake with willow trees bending over the water, nice amenities, but if you're hoping to relax by the pool because you read it's an adult-only park, you will be disappointed. Kids come in and take over the pool. This also has become more of a worker camp than an RV resort. Most are quiet and respectful, but a few at times get rowdy. Rates have gone up, making it a poor value for the issues present. Too bad. With effective management and a bit of re-work on site design, it would be more worth the cost. - wandering2
Feb 2009 - $35.00
Great park. Lots of work after Ike. Management is always here. Cement slabs for each side with plenty of room for two cars. Palm trees only. Its quiet and located on a bayou and close to the ocean. You can fish with a license. The road to the park is not real good. GO SLOW. Park is outside of town with access to large local highway. Monthly $475 includes power and WiFi. - mixer
Feb 2007 - $30.00
Great place to stay, can go fishing, watch / chase ducks, friendly patrons and management. Park has new managers, and they are working hard to get park up to date. Most sites have 50/30/20AMP service, local phone connections (through phone company, no park), but no cable tv. There are many channels via antenna however. WiFi access is $8 per month, no refunds on the down days. Best to have external antenna though. There is a little league baseball field next door, the bright lights during the warm months might bother you, but I liked it because I could watch the kids play with their heart, not for a paycheck. It is located on a fairly busy street, pulling out from only entrance is a bit chancy, as their is a curve from the Northbound lanes that you have to pull into (if Northbound) or across (if Southbound). Might be a problem if driving a big rig. - krbjmpr
Feb 2016 - $1.00
I stayed there for a month (4 weeks), not 30 days for $525 including power.
1.Very clean and well maintained campground
2.The hosts were very kind and wanted to help you out in any way that they could
3.All concrete roads and pads
1.We could not get wifi at our 5ver
2.Driving through the CG can be tight at times as several of the campers have several cars/trucks at there site and will block about half of the road around the CG.
I would stay there again with out hesitation. - rynosback
Nov 2014 - $59.00
First Impression: Clean and new, but, not worthy of a $250/wk resort fee. The title says "Resort", but it's not a resort. The pool is not heated, so too cold. No jacuzzi. No site picnic tables. I think it was previously a cow pasture because it smells like cow manure, especially at night, so can't open the windows. The shower/bathrooms are very nice. Backs in to the pond (not a lake), so you don't see the water from inside the RV. Stayed here during a local event, because all others were booked full, otherwise would never pay that much for this park. They tried to charge us $59 for the 8th night, instead of prorating the weekly fee, and then became a bit rude when we asked about prorating. That - is what actually determined that we are Definitely Not going to be a repeat customer. - GypsyAnna
May 2014 - $23.00
I find it interesting that a previous post was from Oct 2013 as we were told the campground was only 4 months old when stayed between May and June 2014. But, neither here nor there, the plus side is the park is clean and quiet. The couple who manages the place are very nice people. There is a pool and a small gym (2 treadmills, a stepper, a bicycle and some free weights). The laundry room is clean. That being said, the monthly rate is 650.00 based on 28 days plus electricity, which is little pricey compared to other places nearby. The only reason we stayed here was because it was the closest we could get to LaPorte as all the other campgrounds were completely full. They call it a resort, it's a nice park, but "resort" it is not. The "lake" is a pond. There 27 channels on their satellite. The WiFi is intermittent - (loses connection a lot). The concrete pads are narrow. If you have two vehicles, the spaces they are supposed to accommodate are shorter and they charge an additional 25.00. They also charge an additional 25.00 if you want to use the "overflow" parking spaces. As for the parallel spaces the previous person was talking about, they are supposed to be putting "cabins" in those slots to rent. Until then, they allow campers to park there. too. Like I said, overall, it's quiet, it's clean, it's nice. If your looking for an actual "resort", this isn't it. Would we stay here again? Probably not unless we didn't have a choice. Bottom line is I have seen places just as nice for 100-150 less per month. - scarlett12