39 Parks near Galveston, Texas
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
Mar 2014 - $37.00
We are here in a 45ft coach with 4 slides. There is plenty of room in site 32 and its right by the water. The other sites are smaller, but not bad. Its a great park and I was pleasantly surprised after reading bad reviews online. The employees are friendly. The only complaint I have is that there is dog poop on the grassy areas, but that caused by disrespectful campers that don't pick up after their pets. It would be hard for the park to monitor and police all pet owners all the time. - Arnold4adventure
Apr 2016 - $50.00
This is a very nice park, walking distance to the beach. Very clean, nice pool tho we didn't swim. Laundry room was fine. The pads are nicely spaced and fairly large, level concrete. Water, power and sewer were all good. Wifi was good when the park was 25% full, at 75% it became dicey. Access is easy from the Seawall Blvd just after the Broadway intersection. A bit $$$ but location is great - I guess you get what you pay for. - RedHorse1
Mar 2016 - $60.00
Sites are close, but this goes with closeness to the beach. Park was full; rigs come and go, but full. 43 sites, mostly back in, but some pull thrus. Expensive, but we would stay again.
Lot spacing was nearby with sunny/open exposure. Site surface was a concrete pad and featured a picnic table. - 1coloradan
Mar 2016 - $45.00
The park is located near the beach. It is very convenient to activities along the seawall. They have both back ins and pull trough's. The sites are long and spaced ok. The sites are all cement and grass between. We like this park because of the location and it is easy to back into most of the sites. They do have some sites on the upper level that are not as level as the ones below. It is an easy walk to the beach. - JDR
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
Mar 2016 - $43.00
This park was a breath of fresh air! So spacious and roomy, with great views of west bay and glimpses of the gulf. Very quiet. We loved it here. We will go back in the fall! Nice pool and hot tub too.
Sites are very spacious; all sites are 20' x 65' concrete pads. All sites have grills and picnic table. Utilities worked without problems and were well located. Roads are wide, the entire park is very accessible, with plenty of space to unhook and hook up. There is a large clubhouse which is available to rent for gatherings; showers, restrooms, and laundry available. There is a pond on-site for catch and release fishing. Free WiFi available, no problems. Owner was very friendly and welcoming! The beach/Gulf of Mexico is just across the road; plenty of beach access within a very short drive. - wandering2
Mar 2016 - $18.00
We really did not have a good experience here. The only positive comment that we have is that the sites were large with good separation between RVs. The Internet did not work for the majority of our stay. When we approached the staff about this issue, they said that we should purchase our own hotspot and gave us an 800 number to call the Internet provider directly. We were astounded by the poor customer service. The cable was spotty at best. The pool was not heated, and the hot tub was filthy, so we didn't use either. The water pressure was very poor here. While the park grounds were kept free of litter/debris, the surrounding beaches were filled with trash. It was disgusting to even go for a walk. We had hoped to kayak during our stay, but were so turned off by the amount of garbage that we didn't bother. Finally, the park is far removed from town, so not a good jumping off point if you want to visit Galveston. - BluegrassTravelers
Mar 2016 - $46.00
Fairly nice park, but only 4 individual combination restrooms and showers for a fairly large park, and I don't think they were all operational during our stay, although they were very clean. Beach access was not that convenient, and the Gulf is obscured by a row of private homes. We were put in Site 40, which is near a fairly busy road. The park sites are spacious. - Alicenpete
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
Jan 2016 - $20.00
Spaces close together, no vegetation for screening but not a problem at all. Stayed on bay side as opposed to beach side due to windy, cold, rainy weather. Would stay here again. - donw78025
Jan 2016 - $21.00
We recently stayed a week at a water/electric site on the beachside. We were in the first loop, which has a brand new bathhouse/toilet facility. (Of the three loops here, campers in the middle loop have to use the facilities in the first or third loop.) Our site was just off the path to the beach, which was nice. The sites here may be prone to flooding/standing water if the ground is already saturated from heavy rains. This happened to us one day, but the park crew were quick to come around with portable sump pumps to divert the water, so it wasn't a big problem. We would definitely stay here again. - 22Trvl
Jun 2016 - $45.00
We had a wonderful time staying here. Park is clean, staff is wonderful. We didn't have our Gkids with us this trip but the park is very kid friendly. We made reservations to come back next Memorial Day. Their new Lazy River will be open. - Jim Burton
Jun 2016 - $45.00
The park is older but the owners are working very hard to upgrade and make repairs. They are in the process of building a lazy river float area. Don't think it will be ready for this season but it will be a nice addition. Nice grass between each site but minimum shade. A little close but not bad. It will be a nice family park once all additions are make. It is 10 miles back into Galveston where all the action really is located. Owner/hosts were very friendly and accommodating. - 1texan
Apr 2016 - $34.00
"Faded glory". This park looks like it used to be great, but hasn't had any maintenance in a long time. There is a mini-golf course with pirate statues and sharks and such amusing things, but some of the arms are broken off of the pirates, and the paint is peeling. There is a huge hot tub, but there are piles of dirt on the bottom of it. Even the "spa" signs are broken. The adult swimming pool looks promising until you look closely - broken concrete, dirt covering the bottom. On the plus side, the staff were very friendly, the sites are nice. They have a couple hundred movie DVDs available to be borrowed by campers, sort of like a library. WiFi was so-so, which is better than most parks we've been to. I suspect (and hope) that the maintenance issues will be taken care of for the summer (high) season. - Neil_and_Sandy
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
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
May 2014 - $25.00
Rate reflects $175/week price. I stayed here 20 days. Proximity to Galveston is excellent and weather is more like the beach. Long, wide concrete pads. WiFi (when it worked) was good if you were located near the clubhouse and pool, which I was. This park is associated with a RV sales site and repair facility. The receptionist was always friendly and helpful. Although showers were "clean", I think they'd look a lot better with tile floors rather than the concrete floors, which appeared kind of slimy. There appear to be many regulars in the back part of the park and Lots of trucks that leave really early in the morning. Of course, the park was pretty empty during the day then. The pool is beautiful. I have relatives near here and it is the best RV park near Texas City/La Marque (IMO). It is safe and easily accessible. Near I-45 with Walmart up the road about 2 miles. I would return here again. - cinharover
May 2016 - $40.00
.This park has 68 sites not 37. Has a nice pool that many people were enjoying. This park are all back ins that give you a view of a small pond or a canal. Small kayaks are provided for youth to use. Has a playground. Sites are huge. Depth close to 150 feet and widths very wide so you are away from your neighbors sewer. Some sewer hook ups were at ground level some were high enough so one would have to lift the hose to drain.
Staff is very friendly almost to a fault. Cable and WiFi are advertised but when I asked about WiFi they smiled and said it was only available at office, WiFi provided has no password but the campground also has secured WiFi but you are not given a password. There are lights at each power pedestal which is a nice touch. My site and the one next to me had burnt out bulbs. I was told that it was O.K. to rob a bulb from another site. I could not get the bulb covers off to replace a bulb. There is some overhead lighting but it is dark at night. Cable-Advertised but we had continuing problems with it dropping off line to the point that it was useless. Cable was out for the entire row of 20 campers. The owner came over and replaced the cable connection on the post. We had cable for several hours. When I told them the cable was out again they smiled and said they would attend to it. No one showed up and when I again brought up the cable they said :"Maybe we should call the cable company." The site next to me was occupied by a permanent resident who was very nice. She said the cable had been out almost 2 weeks.
Park was well kept and clean. Permanent resident site were clean and tidy.
Rates are $40./night with NO discounts. They gave me the weekly rate of $235.00 as we were staying 6 nights. - Tigggerdad
Apr 2015 - $30.00
No cement pads. No cable tv. The WiFi did not work anywhere in the park--including the club house. It still was a really fun park. They were catching crabs in the tidal pools that circled the center of the park. There were kayaks to use. We were with in a quarter mile from the beach. There was a golf course near by. There was lots to do and many good places to eat We would definitely stay here again! Make sure you bring lots of mosquito repellent! We went through 2 full cans. - lundgka
Mar 2015 - $30.00
Actually we did not camp here, we were unfortunately down the street. We drove thru this camp site and was really impressed. Smooth roads, nicely cut grass, no ants, satellite available, they had a swimming pool and play ground for kids. Will definitely stay here next time. - KandKGetaway
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