43 Parks near Bayou Vista, Texas
We did however find 43 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bayou Vista. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bayou Vista in the left hand column.
May 2016 - $20.00
We loved this park! Right on the island. Super close to Galveston Island just over the bridge. Nice fishing spot right from their dock. Very nice people that run the park. We stayed there for 7 month last year. We paid $400 a month plus electric. Washers and dryers are FREE!!! - SGTABN82
Dec 2014 - $30.00
This is a gem of a park. It is the cleanest and best run park we have been to. There are many permanent rigs but they must maintain a well-kept site or leave. Two great complementary laundry rooms. Two public decks by the water.
We would definitely stay here again. - Al H
Oct 2013 - $50.00
This is a hidden gem of a park. It is mostly seasonal residents but it is a beautiful park along the inter coastal waterway. The sites are level concrete and look brand new. There is a small patch of grass between the sites. The views are spectacular. The staff is great and the owner very nice. They offer FREE washer and dryers in there immaculate laundry rooms. The only negative that we had was the train whistles that are very loud day and night. Beautiful sunsets and the proximity to Galveston Island and shopping, along with the other things mentioned, would make us come back and stay here again. - followin' the sun
Dec 2016 - $23.00
Level concrete sites. Easy on and off to interstate. Easy to ride bicycle. Laundry was good. Exercise room was unusable. Did not use showers because they were very dirty. Showers needed large improvement. No dog park but lots of grass to walk dog. Campground is part of RV sales and new campers are parked in empty sites. - Fulltimersrv
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Ok considering this is not a destination location (in my opinion) and more of a stop over area it was more then adequate. We made a reservation for two spots as had travel companions. Called two days prior to make reservations. We advised of a late arrival but they said they could not guarantee someone would not take our spot. They indicated many ppl come in throughout the night and will take a spot if available. In any case we gave it a shot. Arrived at night but only one spot reserved. Luckily they listed other open spots and we found another for our companion. Site we spacious put not table, fire pit, etc. All spots all pull thru that I could tell. I would of rated 8 but knocked down due to reservation mixup and they are really first come first serve as someone can take your spot during late arrival if they are selfish. Trash bins were also overflowing but maybe it was a trash day. All in all good stopover spot with good pricing and adequate sites. Bathroom/showers were clean. - QFamCA
Jun 2014 - $20.00
Warning: If you enter by following the RV Park signs you will encounter a difficult right turn with a very deep ditch. The locals said there is at least one occurrence a month here. Our site had an electrical issue and we were relocated. They have cable, but you need to attach a separate box (office provides) to your TV. The landscape for the most part is very nice and the pool area, bathroom/showers, laundry are all kept clean. The new manager has gone out of his way to be helpful and the staff is nice. After finally getting settled, we are happy here. - JMTP
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is a very basic park. It has the necessary facilities, but they are minimal and "get by" quality. They were supposed to have WiFi, but couldn't get it to work - saw the signals. They are supposed to have satellite cable, but we just used our antenna, so don't know if it works or not. Lots of permanents here with not much to offer vacation campers.
The staff was friendly and helpful, so if the rest of the park were that good, it would be OK.
We stayed here 4 nights only because the park we normally stay at off 61st Street in Galveston was flooded due to rains and high winds. We were gone all day and only came back to sleep at night. It seems to be a safe place to stay, and fairly quiet.
We would not stay here again unless we were in a similar situation again. I think it is overpriced for what they have to offer. - luketx
Feb 2015 - $32.00
My advice is to ignore the previous comments as they are several years old. Obviously things have changed drastically! This park is home for oil workers in the area and is absolutely awful. The sites were smaller than advertised (we had difficulty fitting a 30ft RV in the space), no amenities, and quite a lot of garbage and litter. It also was also very muddy even though it had not rained for several days. We didn't even stay. It was bad enough that we decided to go to a truck stop instead of staying even one night. - Colorado Barbara
May 2012 - $30.00
Points lost for no fire ring & picnic table at every site, but otherwise a great little park. A good share of longterm, but very friendly people. Quite the cast of characters, & not in a negative way at all. We really enjoyed our few days there. The layout is very unusual too with campsites arranged around joined cul de sacs. The whole place is neat & tidy. - Veebyes
Mar 2012 - $22.00
Rate reflects weekly rate of $160. This park is under new management. The management was very friendly and helpful and fun to just chat with. They had been on the job three weeks when we pulled in and we were a bit nervous as the previous reviews were not very good. We found this campground a very good base for visiting Galveston and Houston. There are four 'pods' with the sites arranged in a circle, much like a cul de sac. We were in 'A' for Azalea in spot A-4. We were allowed to park our trailer in a vacant spot for the duration of our stay, one week, without charge. The only thing we found lacking was the Wi-Fi; we couldn't get it where we were. Management is working on improving this. We would stay here again if we visit the area. - Bandit23
Feb 2011 - $33.00
This park has been here for ten years, according to the owner. It needs some TLC. The concrete slabs are laden with gravel which could easily be swept up. The restrooms, showers and laundry room smell musty, due probably to a lack of ventilation. It's quiet here, though and easy to find. Owner is friendly. I got a 10% discount for cash. The small store's inventory is not kept up, although a few items are available. Low rating is due to the poor restrooms, etc. - Red Wolf Deux
Dec 2010 - $27.00
Nice clean park with double wide cement slabs to create enough parking for 2 cars. We selected the park because of the picture on their website of the nice pool and spa. I called ahead of time to make sure it was open this time of year, and they said yes. However after I checked in and swiped the credit card, they said the pool/hot tub were not open. In fact I don't think its ever open as they said it costs too much for them to heat it. Would have chosen a cheaper park if I had known this. Anyway later during our stay we had to leave the rig parked there for a few days while we took a side trip, and we felt very comfortable leaving it here, no problems. You can walk to the library, and Jack-in-the Box. - sysadmin
Jan 2010 - $12.00
We have stayed here several times as it is the most convenient to our former home/workplace when we come back for Doctor visits. Streets and sites are concrete with double width in the front of the site so you can park 2 vehicles. Voltage and water pressure is good. They have a convenience store with a good supply. The swimming pool is nice. The only real big negative is the sorry city streets that you have to use to get to and from the park. They are like a patchwork quilt. The owner lives on site. The rate reflects the monthly rate and electricity is on top of that. - zrxh14
Mar 2015 - $30.00
This park is mostly full timers living in all kinds of trailers even one horse trailer with living quarters. Pads are small and some have a drop off on the sides and ends. A lot of working people living here so there is a lot of early morning traffic leaving and some just getting home from work. Water pressure good, power good, site was not level due to cracked concrete. All back in sites with a lot of extra vehicles sitting around. This is like a mobile home park but with all RV's. Children abound and some trailers have a lot of toys sitting around and under the trailers. If you cannot find anywhere else, a one night stay would be OK but be looking for a better RV park. I would not stay here again. Would be better off dry camping. - Jay O
Mar 2011 - $30.00
Great place to stay! We enjoyed the people and the park very much! We will be back. - happy campers2
Oct 2010 - $25.00
The sites have concrete pads but they are busted up a little. Kind of hard to level the RV. There was a lot of standing water and muddy behind my RV site. It was cold but I can see that if it where warmer, mosquito's would be a problem. Overall not too bad. Would stay here again. - JayOTR
Nov 2016 - $55.00
Brand new park, stayed here for the Lonestar motorcycle rally and had a great experience at this ultra roomy big rig friendly park. Our deluxe pull thru site was 100' long and plenty of room for tow vehicles, motorcycle and guest parking not to mention our 45' bus. The entire staff are very helpful and friendly people! We would ABSOLUTELY come back to this great RV park! - Largeandy
Oct 2016 - $38.00
This is a new RV park on the Island just about 2 miles from Galveston. We had a LONG pull thru that is concrete and very level. Not all amenities are available yet but will be soon as they are still in construction of the office and pool area. The sites are all poured so that is not a problem.
Its nice to have another RV park on the Island for big rigs that is away from downtown Galveston but close enough. - Schneid811
Jul 2016 - $50.00
We stayed here during July 4th. This is a great park right on the beach. The staff are super helpful and our site backed up to the ocean. We loved our time here. You are right at the beach. It was great and very relaxing. - scruggsfamilyRV
Feb 2016 - $32.00
We stay here once a year. We don't use the restrooms or laundry so we can't comment on those. There are several new parks that have been built, but none are on the beach like Dellanera. Concrete pullthrus, good utilities, free wifi. No cable but satellite dish or antennae work well. The rate is for a weekly winter rate of $225. Beaches were really clean during our stay. - The Griffins
Feb 2016 - $45.00
This was the 4th time I have stayed at the park. The location and convenience to the beach is great, just a short walk on a boardwalk but since the arrival of a new manager, the overall appearance and service has declined.
It rained heavily one night and the water on the drive in front of our row of rvs was 2"-3" deep. It could have been handled with a simple shovel near the drainage ditch but no one bothered.
The grass everywhere needs treated for small burrs that are very uncomfortable for your dogs and people when they are tracked in.
The restroom would be out of paper towels for 2 days at a time.
The laundry is ok but 3-4 washers were very old and rusted in places.
Used to love this place but its going downhill since the old manager left. - tulsa321
Nov 2016 - $37.00
Sites are extremely close together, the sewer hookup for next site was right outside the door. The electric went out 2 days in a row and we are not notified the first day that there was a problem in the park. After excessive trouble shooting we switched to 3oamp only to have electric go out next day for 5 hours. We were comped for that day. We had an extension cord outside to a battery charger and everyday we came back it was unplugged from the outlet on the outside of our rig. Accessing the park is very difficult if not impossible when approaching from the north, it took us 20 minutes to turn around in order to get to the park. The turn onto Heard from 61st street is a super tight right turn which is impossible if other traffic is present. They do not have an onsite restaurant and bar as website states. They do not offer any type of discount. Would not stay here again. - rob4mepls
Apr 2016 - $33.00
We lucked out and got a "view site" which really helped. All sites are back-in, and are close, which is no surprise in a beach town. I thought I read that they had a restaurant on site, so was disappointed when we arrived to see that it was closed, as were the two across the street. The lady at the desk was determined to be a bit of a sour-puss as she read her "rules" to me, no matter how hard I tried to cheer her up, but I don't let things like that bother me! The view was great, the sun was shining most of the time, and the location works really well to get to town! No Cable, their WiFi almost never worked, but we weren't here for that. Enjoy Galveston! - MarieB
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Great location. Friendly people. There is a bench from which you may watch boats, birds, and I was told (by a winter resident) sometimes dolphins. Site has picnic table and grass. Park is pet friendly. We planned to stay 2 nights. Stayed 4. Really liked people and location. - Nakotah
Nov 2016 - $20.00
Bay side trailer sites have no bathrooms nearby. Not sure why they can't have a port-a-potty. If you have a short trailer and book onine, lie and say you have a tent. You can park two vehicles side by side in the tent section. But no hookups there, if you're dependent on that. - MSSW
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Great stay... Gulf of Mexico is only a short walk from sites... Our site was very close to a brand-new shower facility; one of the nicest & cleanest we have ever visited! Tested power prior to hooking-up; power clean and stable. Ran all air conditioners and electrical systems with no problems. There is a dump station as you exit the park on the north side of the road. Only drawback is the way sites are aligned with your neighbor's fire pit/grill area; the driver's side rear of our rig was about 5 feet from their fire pit. Park was very clean. Great walking/hiking paths on bay side of park. - Charles & Wanda
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Nice park with 3 sections (12 sites each). Each site has a covered picnic table. There are no trees at the sites. Reservations are highly suggested as the campground is full most nights in the summer. Beach access for each camping section is nearby and an easy walk - and there wasn't any sort of crowd on the beach no matter what time of day you went. There is a new bath/shower house (we did not use). Pads are cement and level - easy to back in and setup. Pads do flood easily after rain and there were park employees who came by to drain the water from the pads. There is also a section on the bay side with a loop for campers and a loop for tents (shower house is located on the tent loop). - Dave Hole