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58 RV Parks near Deer Park, Texas
We did however find 58 campgrounds within 25 miles of Deer Park. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Deer Park in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $38.00
Not the greatest park on our trip but we would stay there again if in town. Site was a little tight but doable for our Motorhome. Tow vehicle parked real close to Motorhome. It was perfect for us because we were there to sight see and not hang out at campground. Was definitely worth it and Location worked for us. - PJ Norris
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This is a very small park and all the sites are back in, and close together. There are no extras here, but it served it's purpose while we were in Houston to work. The park is clean and quiet, however there is noise from the mobile home park next door. WiFi was excellent and never had a problem connecting, or with speed. This would not be a park to try to check in after hours, as there are seldom vacant spaces. - Lisa C
May 2012 - $30.00
We stayed here for several months while working. If you are looking for a small, quiet place to park your RV, this is a good one, but it has nothing special. It has a small laundry room with a bathroom, no showers. The manager's live on site and are nice people. The owners are extremely nice. They don't want kids here and they really don't like dogs, but they tolerate them, if you pick up after them and keep them on a leash, which is what most places require. This is a very "tight" park and it was very hard to back into our spot. All spots are back in. Mostly working people stay here. It's very close to everything you need, grocery, Walgreen's, restaurants, shopping, golf courses. There is a very run down and old mobile home park next door, but we really didn't have any problems with them and there is a 12 ft. fence between the two properties. I felt very safe here. - RV Lover
Jan 2017 - $49.00
We stayed one night in our motorhome in this park, way over priced for what is offered. We were told our 38' motorhome would fit, it was very tight, length and width. The cable didn't work, when I called they did send someone right away and he said it was a problem with our motorhome. We had been at several parks prior to there and had no problem with cable hookup. He then told me they had to have cable company at that spot last week, so I'm suspicious it's our motorhome that's the problem. We were tired from driving all day so we just went to bed. lots of noise from highway. We would not return to this park. - Butter3939
Jul 2016 - $49.00
Beautiful location, easy access from interstate, and clean. Not friendly staff if you arrive after 6:00 PM with no reservation.
Would probably stay somewhere else next time. $48.75 fee for 50 amp (tight squeeze into site #1 for 38' RV).
Paved roads. Walked dog in shade near office. - cindy d
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Very clean park, well maintained and friendly staff. Sites are large and all hookups, WiFi, etc. worked well. - senator47
Aug 2017 - $38.00
We called and had a reservation, however no one at the front desk told us that the entrance road was down to one lane and very tight to get into. I get that they are fixing the road, but tell people that when they call and warn them of the construction. CAUTION!! If you use a GPS Garmin to navigate to this location and it tells you to go to HARRIS St to get into the park DO NOT GO DOWN THIS STREET. DEAD END! LOW POWER WIRES WILL HIT YOUR RIG!.. USE MAIN ST for access to park.. Look for sign. The place got great reviews so that is why I picked this place for the one night stay. However the sites were okay, the park is VERY Crowded. We walked around the park and were disgusted to see the long term trailers doing whatever they wanted. Freezers, gear all over, cages, grills, furniture, grass was not cut, and it smelled bad. Then early in the mornings its like a TRACTOR PULL going on, all of the long term oil workers leaving for work with diesel trucks loud and making sure you knew they were leaving. I would not recommend this place - Retired Marine
Nov 2016 - $90.00
We stayed in the deluxe riverfront site with the hot tub (site 233). It was awesome! This is a great campground. If we did not stay by the river I am confident that my review may not be as positive as it is. The river sites are fantastic and the hot tub makes it really memorable. Easy to find and get in and out of with our 38' fifth wheel. - Howls_Castle
Sep 2016 - $30.00
They weed-eated and cut my sewer hose and did not make a repair nor replace it. They wanted extra money for visitor parking. Also they advertise free wifi. The wifi does not work. - Joe Anthony
Oct 2018 - $59.00
Customer service was excellent, but this is basically just a big (overpriced) parking lot under a busy freeway exchange. The "pond" is a water retention basin, but has a nice paved walking trail around it and nice landscaping at all 4 corners. The paved double wide sites have only a narrow 3 foot space of grass between them, thus the large pick-up truck (parked side by side with his its trailer) in the next site was 2 feet away from our slide. The pool area looked very nice, but the dog park had grass that was way too long and no place for the dog owner to sit. No trees or landscaping at any sites. The roads are all paved, wide and easy to navigate. There was a water main break and later our septic was full, so we had to move to another site to dump - but we were grateful for the extreme attentiveness of the staff - very helpful - top notch! - Deb and Chris
Jan 2016 - $40.00
Reservation made for a long pull-thru and was put in a site too short - park was full so we had to unhook in order to fit in the site. Wifi and Cable TV worked okay. - Retired FL CSM
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
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
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Here for work for a couple months. Overall was a nice place to stay.
The good: It's a nice, quiet park and has a security person at night on the weekends. There is a pier you can fish from. The park itself is pretty clean. There is a laundry room which is rather small but clean. The bath rooms were also kind of small but clean. The pool is nice. They will also accept packages if you need something sent, and have mailboxes available. If you need by the month and can get a spot on the inside, it's about 500 plus power, not too bad.
The bad: My biggest complaint -The internet is horrible, had to jump off my phone often. You can pretty much forget trying to use the WiFi when everyone is home from work in the evening and on weekends.
Lots 93-111 are called bay front and they charge premium price, they are not bay front and there may be 2 spaces that you can see the water between the buildings in front of you, so those are way overpriced. (but all the "bay front" are overpriced, in my opinion). Although a better rate than 50.00 per day for daily rates, 700 a month plus power is a little on the high side. There is some trash along the water line on the canal side. - scarlett12
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
Jan 2005 - $36.00
This is a mobile home park that will rent spaces to R.V. campers. The park is fairly dated, but kept clean and the staff is excellent. Located beside Hobby Airport, its a short drive to downtown Houston and all its attractions. Will visit again. - txtransplants
Apr 2018 - $55.00
We wanted to visit Houston but also wanted to stay away from the big city. After researching parks in the area, we decided on Marina Bay since they said they were able to accommodate us traveling in a 45ft motorhome towing a 25ft trailer. It was not quite as easy to get into our 70ft site, the longest they have and we used every inch of it. Concrete roads, level concrete pads and full hook-ups. This park has 3 swimming pools and frontage on a bayou. Dog friendly. It seems most people who stay here are living in the park on a semi-permanent basis. Probably, construction workers or people displayed by the hurricane. Everyone is very friendly. The park is well maintained and clean. It took roundabout 25-30 minutes to get into Houston. - Olivia Las Vegas
Mar 2018 - $49.00
Mixed review here. Pros: Clean, level, well run, good price, Green space next bayou, close to boardwalk Cons: Extremely small spots, I could not extend my awning fully or it would hit neighbors RV, table on our site , looks like maybe 60% of sites have them, and those are two person tables. No fire rings(community gas fire pit) Conclusion: nice RV "Parking" like a hotel. but not for folks who want any semblance of an old fashioned camping experience. - Moose61
Aug 2017 - $165.00
Our Hurricane Harvey Price Gouging Story My family of three relocated from San Antonio to Houston this summer when I separated from the Air Force after 12 years of active-duty service. My wife grew up in the Houston bay area, and we were both excited to start new careers and raise our 1 year-old daughter near her extended family. My wife is a high school teacher and I'm a member of the Texas Air National Guard. Since our new-construction home would not be completed before the start of the school year, we were happy to find a furnished, 2-bedroom cabin at Marina Bay RV Resort (925 Marina Bay Dr., Kemah, TX 77565; http://www.marinabayrvresort.com) and planned on living there until our new home was completed. Then Hurricane Harvey hit. We packed our suitcases and evacuated the coast on Friday, August 25th. Over the next few days, we watched the natural disaster unfold on the Weather Channel and through our hotel window in The Woodlands, TX. I called Marina Bay on Wednesday, August 30th to find out if the property had sustained damage and if the surrounding roads had re-opened. The property was damage-free, the manager told me, but its pricing structure had changed. Instead of the $1445 monthly rate that we had been paying, the cabin would now cost $165 per night. So, effective immediately, the average nightly rate more-than-tripled from $51.61/night ($1445 every 28 days) to $165/night ($4950/month). No advance notice. No grace period. No exceptions. And at $4950/month, we were priced-out of the cabin that we had occupied since early July. The price hike was legal, the Marina Bay manager explained, as rental property is not subject to the Consumer Take your money elsewhere.
When other business owners were showing compassion and generosity after one of the largest flooding events in America, Marina Bay ownership saw a business opportunity and moved quickly to boost profits without any regard for the families its increased rents would displace. Act. - DingoNav04