6 Parks near Baytown, Texas
May 2013 - $48.00
This is a nice older park with a lot of permanent rigs. There is a tricky turn around at the office that is not big rig friendly. We had to disconnect the car to get around. Our site (97) was all cement with a shade tree. There is always a breeze and the fishing pier is inviting. The leash rules are not tightly enforced with some dogs off leash most of the time. There is no traffic noise and is close to stores and the Kemah boardwalk. We went with two other couples and would come back again. We enjoyed our stay. - kaydbug
Mar 2012 - $48.00
I agree with the last reviewer. We had a site that the sewer pipe was elevated about 18" above ground - made it impossible to drain tanks. New sites going in but they need a lot of work. - old penny
Jan 2012 - $43.00
I stayed here for 1 night in a pull through site. Campground elevation is 9 feet. Maneuvering my 40 footer towing a dinghy was somewhat tight. Roads are asphalt, my site & patio are concrete. Site spacing is close. WIFI is included in daily rate. Cable is not available. I was able to receive AT&T Wireless G3/4 Internet & Cellular service. I received Dish Network 110/119 Satellite TV from dish on roof of motorhome. Campground is pet friendly. Walmart and Kroger are 3 mile away. I am unable to comment on other amenities due to not using them. Most of their guests are monthly’s. There are only a hand full of pull throughs and most of them have monthly’s on them. Only 1 Long Enough for Motorhome & Car w/o Unhook. It appears that roughly 90% of the residents here are construction workers in fifth wheels and travel trailers. This is quite different from most KOA’s. It looks like spaces for one and two nights was an afterthought and they squeezed them in. While the sites are concrete they are very close together. There is some standing water 2-3 days after a rain. It is a little noisy from 6 to 7 in the morning and in the late afternoon with all the diesel pickup trucks going and coming. At $43 per night they are way overpriced and will not see me again. - User1688
May 2013 - $30.00
Near the 146 & a Chevron Station, so noise level is high. No restrooms or showers. Lots of permanents who don't seem to think they have neighbors, and can be as loud as they want. Laundry room floor was littered with dryer sheets and a couple of cigarette butts. However, WiFi was great, cable was great, and the owner is one of the nicest people you'd ever want to meet. Lots of grass for walking the dogs on. Park is about 20 miles from the Space Center and some great restaurants (Tommy's Restaurant and Oyster Bar had a dozen yummy oysters for $5!) Next time, we'd probably stay outside of Baytown. - OTR again
Aug 2012 - $35.00
Clean, quiet park. We have stayed here more than once and would stay again. No cable but the WiFi is great. No showers or bathrooms. Does have a clean laundry facility and a convenience store at the front of the park. We paid a weekly rate of $125. - kellycro
Nov 2011 - $30.00
We moved to this park after being disillusioned with another in town. This campground is awesome for monthly sites. Only $400 per month and that includes everything including super fast Wi-Fi and electric. The cheapest in the area. It is close to the ocean for awesome fishing and there is a golf course just minutes away. The concrete pads are level, with room to park a vehicle as well as our large rig. Our dog loves the large grass area to run around in. The owner was very amenable and willing to answer any questions we had. It is close to all the stores and yet still quiet. We have decided to stay here for the rest of the winter. We love it here. - kauri
Jan 2010 - $20.00
Great place to stay!!! I stayed here for 6 months. It is a top notch park and management is as well. I would definitely stay here again. - jasonb
Jul 2015 - $37.00
We stayed at this park for service on our MH from Cutting Edge RV service across the Interstate. The park called to confirm our arrival. When we arrived they were very welcoming and we were given cold water. The grounds are immaculate will cement pads and nicely spaced apart. From inside the MH the Interstate noise was not an issue. - Gypsymaus
Feb 2015 - $40.00
The only negative that I can say is that it's right on the Interstate and very noisy. Also getting into it off the Interstate is a little tricky too. Had a little mud running in the concrete from the side where we had to put a garbage bag down to help keep us from tracking the mud into the RV. The people were nice. I used the laundry and the site was good. Would definitely recommend it. - Sissy Wommack
Dec 2014 - $32.00
We stayed here for 14 nights while waiting on our destination to open up.
The park is right along I-10. But the access road along the Interstate is a 1-way so there is a lot of doubling back.
The park is a former KOA campground. It is showing its' age. It was built on flat ground. The roads were not sufficiently wide enough and turn radii were difficult to manage for longer RV's (motor homes with toads attached and longer towables). Some of these narrow roads were designated as two-way.
The sites are a mixture of pull throughs & back ins. The pull through sites were not long enough for our 40' MH with the toad attached even though the park advertises that you don't need to unhook in the sites. Other motor homes experienced the same problem. Some didn't disconnect so their tows blocked the road. And there wasn't much space in the sites to park extra vehicles at the sites. But that didn't stop people from parking extra vehicles (included ATV/golf carts) along the roads making passage even more difficult. The sites were narrow and generally level but the ground has settled so there are a lot of low spots were the water pools during rain storms - deep enough to cover a shoe. The connections are towards the back of the sites so the sites are better suited for towables.
There was constant road noise near the sites at the front of the park and an extensive tree canopy on the sites in rows "A" through "F" so satellite reception is very limited especially with roof mounted dishes. Some sites in this area had portable dishes to get out from under the tree canopy or dishes installed on a fixed post. The sites towards the back of the park offered a better view of the southern sky.
Were able to connect to the WiFi hotspots but couldn't reach the internet. The park staff was aware of the problem but couldn't get a repair person out for the entire time we were there. The problem persisted for our entire stay as we were never able to connect to the internet. But our Verizon hotspot worked somewhat slow.
There was no fenced pet area. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park's roads as long as you didn't run into a dog at large. There were no bag dispensers to pick up waste but there were receptacles around the park to dispose of waste.
Ran into dogs at large towards the back of the park and dog waste left on the ground. - bsb814
Jul 2014 - $40.00
This park was very cramped. Loud road noise, dusty, and very close to the interstate. Wi-Fi next to nonexistent. - User3690
Jun 2012 - $35.00
This is not our first stay in this park, since January of this year the RV park has changed ownership. The new owner opened up several over night spots throughout the park that are only feet from the other resident's front doors making it quite cramped and uncomfortable at times. This RV park stayed full to capacity with every spot filled, however the dumpsters were not emptied more than once a week leaving trash on the ground surrounding them. The smell from the dumpster nearby was horrible and it was brought to my attention that the owner of the taxidermy next door had placed several bags inside! Parking was also an issue due to very limited space. We did not enjoy our stay to say the least. - flamingdandelions
Jan 2010 - $25.00
Good place to stop. Easy access, plenty of room to maneuver, concrete pads, real nice people. Verizon broadband and cell service was fine. Everything is new and it all works. - D&EofVa
Feb 2008 - $30.00
Beware! This park is running a "non-refundable deposit" scam. The reservation section of their website says $25/day with no deposit required. When we called ahead to check on availability for two nites they indicated that they had one site left. They then indicated that if we wanted to reserve the site for two nites that it required a charge to our credit card of a "$50 deposit that is non-refundable." We had no problems with a deposit to hold the site. We understand parks need to protect themselves from holding sites for people who wind up being no shows. Besides, the deposit was essentially our two night camping fee simply paid in advance. Upon arrival they informed us that the rate was $30/day as opposed to the $25/day they post on their website. We were okay with that, it's only $5 difference per day. However, we were not okay with what they told us next. The $50 deposit was NOT going to be applied towards our camping fee of $60. The $50 deposit was being charged IN ADDITION to our $60 camping fee. This brought our total for 2 days to $110, or $55/day. When you challenge them their response is "We made it clear that the deposit was non-refundable." Sure, they tell you it's a non-refundable deposit. Any campground that requires a deposit to hold a site for you makes it clear that if you don't show they keep the deposit. We're cool with that. What this campground DOESN'T tell you is that the $50 non-refundable deposit is NOT applied towards your camping fee. You don't find that out until you've driven all day to get to your "reserved" campsite and you are handing over your charge card to pay for the site. This campground should be avoided at all costs. They are running a "play on words" scam and picking up an extra $50 with every camper who calls ahead for reservations. - ToWanda