46 RV Parks near Corpus Christi, Texas
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Friendly staff. Quiet park. Close to everything including shopping, food, and beach. - Johnson Family4
Mar 2017 - $30.00
We stayed in this Park for three nights and over-priced for what you get. The sites are too small. The road in front of the storage building has huge holes that need filling. The Park seems to constantly smell of sewer!! I wondered why all the trailers had their windows closed?? Would not recommend it. - MFLethbridge
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Their website is very deceiving. It looks really nice. This park is not nice by any stretch of the imagination. We had reserved 2 sites for 2 nights and after seeing it, we decided not to stay. It's small, unkept and looks like a very old trailer park. There's not even enough room to open slides comfortably. Would never stay here and never recommend it. Avoid this place like the plague! Extremely disappointed. - Cfvalk
Dec 2016 - $10.00
We have been full timers here for the past 3 years. We have stayed because the lots are more spacious than most, we have no way of moving our trailer, like our neighbors & are close to grocery stores, etc. That said we are more unhappy with the management with every passing day. Absolutely nothing is done in the way of upkeep & it becomes more obvious as time passes & things all around are deteriorating. The laundry has 6 washers & 3 dryers but one by one the washers have gone out of order until now of the original 6 only 2 remain in service. As of a few days ago the showers were put "out of order" with no explanation or as to whether they will ever be opened up or not. When I inquired of the office the reply was very vague & little attention was given to my concern. If you are willing to sacrifice any kind of dependable amenities for the sake of spacious lots this is the place but don't expect any kind of consideration beyond that. The management attitude is "take it or leave it but don't bother us about anything". Also, every few months you will have another stack of rules stuck on your door but none of it is ever enforced. If it gets any worse we will be moving if we can find someone to move us. - bill hale
Apr 2014 - $10.00
We leave our RV in the park and pay full monthly rent, and visit several times a year. It was a lovely park and so serene. The last 2 church managers which owns the park have not done anything to maintain it, --the potholes are awful, most sites aren't rent-able as they have not maintained the electric in between occupants. They have opened it up to Section 8. it is no longer 55+ so serene is out the window and has been replaced with obnoxious kids and rude teens, which bring the police and shots fired. The office is not helpful nor cares a thing about a good service for you. They are doing you a favor. Run from this place! - fyste
Mar 2012 - $25.00
The park is open. I stayed there and wrote a review in Feb 2007. I visited friends staying here in Feb and March 2012. Big grassy lots, concrete patios, nice rec room, many evening activities, stayed one month plus as a Winter Texan (cost $275.00 + electric at 0.14 cents per KWH). Walking distance (about 1/2 mile) to Walmart, HEB (grocery store), Post Office and several other stores. Surrounding neighborhood is a bit challenged, but found it to be very safe. Located at the entrance to the Corpus Christi Air Naval Station and you get the "sounds of freedom" (aircraft) at times (music to my ears). Several miles to the outer beach, fishing piers, and Padre Island National Sea Shore. I enjoyed the campground, mostly friendly retired folks spending the winter. I will probably return for a repeat performance. - Douglas traveler
Jan 2017 - $8.00
48 site campground is essentially a paved street along side the dunes at a mere 50 yards from the beach. Wind and fog are prevalent at this time of year. Generators are permitted however, some take that to include construction generators which they operate the entire day while they're away sightseeing. Showers are cold water only and clean but NPS could improve them by installing some hooks for towel and clothes. Dump station and potable water adjacent to campground upon entry. NPS could put a trash bin here to assist campers. By and large this is a beautiful place to visit for such a reasonable rate. - Sasquatchewan
Jan 2017 - $4.00
Amenities... Hear crashing waves, pier overlooking beach, long beach to walk. Dry camping, dump station within a block, some generator sounds, but wind and waves overcame that. Campsites full every night from big rigs, camper trucks, pop ups. . Close to visitor center where there are free birding van tours. Priceless camping if you love the beach. - USA16RVer
Mar 2014 - $4.00
This is in a Natl. Park and is dry camping for a max of 14 days the water and dump are very close to the camping area and are convenient. The spaces are very roomy and you have plenty of room for slides chairs and vehicles. They have nice picnic tables at all sites. The access to the beach is very easy to use even for the handicap. The park patrols the park regularly. We were entertained just watching the weekend campers. I would definitely stay again. - Gogox3
Apr 2016 - $25.00
I was scheduled to camp at Mustang Island, but they called me the day of and said their power was out due to a storm. They recommended Padre Balli.
I did not realize that the sites were only 30 amp, so that was a bummer. Also, the weather was 30 MPH winds, so that made our beach days miserable. (obviously not the camps fault)
It seems that this park has fallen into disrepair and they are doing a tax increase to try and bring it back. There are some overgrown parking lots that possible used to be campsites. there is a vacant building that possibly used to be the office?
The office is clean and nice and on stilts, so be prepared for a long ramp or stairs.
The beach is nice, clean, and has picnic table, but the sand is pretty compact. There is a restaurant and pier. It costs to go out on the pier.
The campsites are broken asphalt with two sites kissing. Hookups in the middle with two tables. One for you, one for your neighbor. The ranger just told us to choose which side we wanted to face and pull in that way. Pull through sites.
The dunes were very tall. You cannot see or walk over them. There is a path on the far side of the campground or you can walk up by the office to get to the beach. The dunes do help cut back on the wind.
The shower houses were cinder block construction, but it is starting to crumble. The showers have been lined with that plastic wall stuff and wood slats on the floors, but you can see black mold in places. The showers were hot and high pressure. Great after a cold beach day. - mmette00
Mar 2016 - $25.00
Basically a parking lot with hookups (no sewer, dump station on lot). You can't see the water but the big dunes really cut down on the wind, which blows a lot. Very nice area on the beach with tables and partial shade, huge pier also there. Staff very helpful and friendly. Spaces can get a little tight if there are several big rigs near you. - susy1313
Jul 2015 - $25.00
Found the electrical plug at our site burnt. The park maintenance person was very helpful and stayed late to change it out. The asphalt surface it getting in very bad shape. - Bahama
Oct 2016 - $4.00
This is a one of a kind campsite not to be found elsewhere. The day-users that jammed the campground this spring when we were here have been run off - posted signs and a camp host that enforces the rules have made a vast improvement in the campground. We also visited the South Beach camping area and found it perfect with no sand drifts and firm packed sand for easy driving. We saw several RV's of all types on South Beach and the slightly more protected Maliquite campground is nearby for when the wind gets up.
The best and worst things about this place is no hookups. I don't think it ever gets packed full, and if it does, South Beach has 60 miles of overflow parking. - Hill Country
May 2016 - $4.00
This is a great place to camp, either in an RV or tent. There are several free places to camp or there are two established campgrounds for which there is a fee to use. We camped in the Maliquite campground - $8 per night or half that with a variety of senior or disabled passes. (There is also a fee that everyone pays to enter the park and several discounted passes are available for this, as well.) There are flush toilets, cold water showers, and a dump station nearby. Cell phone service is pretty spotty. I use Google Fi (Tmobile and Sprint networks) and would occasionally receive emails and text.
Half the sites (on the gulf side of the road) are gravel with a shade structure and table. The other half are all asphalt with a table only. All sites are backin.
Weekends the traffic was literally bumper to bumper both ways with non-campers looking for a site to picnic in or to park to use the showers. Note that there are toilets, showers and beach access at the nearby visitor center, but everyone seemed to want to use those in the campground. - Hill Country
Jan 2016 - $4.00
No hookups. Near the beach. Large paved parking lot environment with a little room between sites, grass. Lots of generator noise, seemed especially in the evening. Peaceful otherwise. Easy distance to beach. Would camp here again. - abqnm
Apr 2016 - $35.00
The park is small, dirty, and sits next to the sewage treatment plant. I have a 39 ft. 5th wheel and my truck is 27 feet long. I was placed in a 45 foot RV pad at the end of the center section. I had no room to park except to place my tow-vehicle behind my RV turned sideways. The management came and told me I could park there. I moved to another spot that did not interfere with any one or thing. This time they sent a fat tall guy to tell me to move my truck and intimidate me. This is a trash dump run by the worst managers of any RV park. Do not even consider staying here. - FireChief
Mar 2015 - $36.00
The park is small and dirty. We were there 15 days and there were areas where trash lay the entire time. It is located next to a wastewater treatment facility and we had to drive through a questionable neighborhood to get to the park. It does not look like the pictures posted on their website. Management was sometimes unfriendly and impolite. Would not stay here again. We are full time RV'ers and left early due to issues previously stated. - Retiredandontheroad
Feb 2015 - $35.00
Will never stay here again. This park is not really big rig friendly. The sites are very narrow and with the slides out you are encroaching on your neighbors. Some of the units used by long term residents were showing their age, and the sites were not very tidy. There was absolutely nothing appealing about the tiny pool. If you try hard enough; you can see the fishing pier, but because of the fence; it is about a 4 block walk to get there.
The closest neighbors to the park are a small horse farm and the sewage treatment plant. I stayed in Feb., I can only imagine the stench in the warmer months. The people in the neighborhood are not a problem, but you will need a car to get anywhere.
I left early and parked on the beach in Port Aransas. - Buddy Bus
Feb 2013 - $37.00
I agree with one of the other reviews- go somewhere else. It is very loud here with trash/junk scattered around other sites. The woman at the desk seems to put people in the sites closest to the freeway with obstructed views even though there were better sites available. - Pukie
Jan 2013 - $33.00
Go somewhere else. The only positive about this park is the bay view. The roads in the park were more mud than gravel. After being directed to a site, we discovered fire ants around the drain. We requested another site and were directed to another. After about three hours, we were asked to move back to the original site, because of a "clerical error". We told management there we other site available and were told they were booked. Three days later, the empty sites were still empty. - burk travelers
Jul 2012 - $36.00
This park is not what the web site implies. It's dirty, cramped, "low" class, junky, just an old unkempt "fishing" camp. Junky trailers, just uuk! We decided not to stay as we had made reservations for a week. It cost us a day's charge but well worth the loss. Just as we arrived I think a motorhome had made the same decision; older couple seemed to be shocked. - User2704
Mar 2017 - $35.00
Two night stay, stayed due to other reviews. Hit the nail on the head. Good service. Accompanied us to our site, drive through. Nearly full campground. Did make reservations due to snow birds. Used restrooms late at night, still very clean, not perfect, but still clean. Easy to use, hooks, chair, separate shower from sink toilet area, very large. Easy to get to Padre Island or back to Corpus. Would stay here again. - davidmsparks
Jan 2017 - $25.00
Just correcting information on this site. I arrived on 1/5. They don't take reservations for monthly stays per se, so I had to begin paying for my site the minute there was an opening (December 30).
The amenities listed here show that there is a hot tub and fitness center. I was actually really looking forward to both of those amenities. When we arrived, we found there is no fitness center and we were directed to buy a membership at a local gym. On the other hand, the people are really friendly. The shower building nearest my site is very nice and clean. We are minutes from tons of shopping and restaurants. The wifi actually works at our site and the cable is plug and play. - Ferrero16
Dec 2016 - $31.00
Big rig friendly with level sites. Showers, laundry, and wifi were good. Campground was flat and good place to ride bicycle and walk dog. Many activities in the park including karaoke, pot luck dinners, weekly breakfast, and card games. People were very friendly. Very quiet without traffic or train. Dog park was very dirty where people did not pick up after their dog and my dog would not use it. - Fulltimersrv
Dec 2013 - $32.00
Good location. It's an older park. Close neighbors. There are a large number of oil workers who do not keep the place clean. Restrooms had mud in them. Some smell from the refinery. - Farrah
Feb 2009 - $26.00
Greyhound is a crowded city-type park with mostly long term residents. The restrooms are clean but small. It's okay for over night stay but not for the long-term. The park's best feature is the great 'real' Mexican restaurant across the street. - OldeJohn
Aug 2017 - $30.00
The park is going downhill, the only amenity currently open (of those listed on their website) is the pool. (no laundry, bathroom, showers, excercise room, club house). The roads are bad, trees are dying and not being replaced. The staff is very friendly and electrical power is good. Minimal lighting at night. - traveldevil
Mar 2016 - $40.00
The bad: expensive (weekly rate), crowded (90% full time)
The good: most of the inhabitants leave daily for work so campground is empty, pool and spa very nice, staff exceptionally friendly and hard working, lots of shade trees and very neatly kept, very close to downtown area, wifi better than most. - susy1313
Nov 2013 - $37.00
Park is right in the middle of a neighborhood. Good location to explore Corpus Christi and surrounding area. Small (but long) sites with concrete pads and small concrete patio. With the exception of a few pull-thru sites in center of park, it is full of full-timers. Everything was pretty quiet except for the workers heading out early in the morning. Park is old and very tight, but definitely fit our needs. Extremely friendly checkin! - Greyhound Camper