6 Parks near Galveston, Texas
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
Feb 2014 - $37.00
We were supposed to stay here 4 nights but checked out after one night. The sewer connection was open and about 18" above our sewer outlet so no gravity flow to drain tanks. There was an open sewer connection for the next site right outside our entry door with spilled sewage around it. The electrical box for our hookup had the ground wire dangling from the box and not connected and there were wires uncapped coming out of a conduit right next to the water connection. There was also dog feces right near our walk path to get to our door. The manager was totally unresponsive when we told him about the issues and of course refused to issue a refund. We had read some other reviews about the park but thought it couldn't be as bad as reported but found it to be worse. Don't stay at this park. - Bob_B
Feb 2014 - $37.00
Sites are extremely narrow. With our slides open we were right up against the hookups for our site on that side and only had about 3 feet from our door to the next sites sewer connection. Sewer connections were open and appeared to have some spillage around them. We don't have pets but park must be pet friendly as "deposits" were in several places on our site. Site is grass and dirt. There were deep ruts due to mud when last renters were there. Due to issues with hookups and condition of site we left first thing next morning as soon as we could locate another park. Office person was unconcerned with our issues and refused to refund the remaining nights we had paid for. It was worth the money for us to move. Will not return. - Imanana2
Oct 2015 - $42.00
We stayed here for 4 days. We rode the beaches and fished, you can walk to a beach bar " woody's" in about 10 min. Nice level camping spots, friendly campers, and we cooked outside and used their grill. There is also a nice picnic table at the camping spot. We enjoyed this place. We were able to walk to the beach and surf fish. This campground is on the beach, no roads to cross. After a long 2 weeks at work, we were ready to get some fresh air, I hooked to camper, and pulled it to Galveston. We knew we could get every kind of supply in Galveston, so we just "Hooked and Booked". - 56Jeff
Jun 2015 - $46.00
Great Location! We had a beach view, these are back ins, but they are easy to back in. Make sure your awing works, there is No shade! You can bring shade to the beach and hang out. Grilled out every night. Bring shade and lots of sun protection. We are schedule for a return visit in August ! We asked for site 53 again. - CJSundy
Feb 2015 - $25.00
The price quoted was for a week long stay, after Mardi Gras weekend was over. This is a public campground and very well kept. Great location on the beach at the end of the sea wall. It is the ONLY RV park in Galveston directly on the Gulf of Mexico. We watched the waves and gulls from our windows. - WNC Traveler
Nov 2015 - $43.00
This is a wonderful campground, with very wide asphalt roads, large paved pads and patio with built in charcoal grill and wooden picnic table, nice pool and working hot tub. The hosts are great and the access to the beach is just across the road from the park. We will definitely return. We camped in a motorhome. - User1581
Aug 2015 - $48.00
This facility is new and has a very nice look to it, the pool is very nice and the proximity to the beach access is good. We stayed for two week days and Sat, there was definitely more traffic on the weekend. The staff were are very friendly and there is a small convenience store that is well stocked. - Texas Roper
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Had a great stay, park super clean, pool great, close to beach and super friendly staff , will return!! - Oilburner 59
Nov 2015 - $22.00
We stayed in the Beach side campground which was just behind the dunes from a great beach. Each site has a concrete pad, a fire ring, and concrete shade shelter over a picnic table. We could hear the ocean waves and got a nice breeze. This would not be a good place to camp on a stormy day due to the strong winds. Although the park seems very remote it is a 15 minute drive to many attractions, restaurants, and grocery stores. A huge rainfall had left quite a pond around the restroom and shower area so we never used the facilities, although they look nice and new. We were able to get a good Verizon signal. - Waukenabogirl
Jul 2015 - $25.00
This is NOT an RV Resort, if you want one, don't stop here.
If you want quiet and flat with electric enough to run the A/C, and lot of natural beauty, then this is it. It is far enough away from the bustle of the Galveston resort be be nice, but still close enough by that you can get there.
The rate is a little bit of an issue as there are two rates and neither includes the 5$/person day use fee.
We stayed two nights, one on the bay side (20$) and one on the gulf side (25$). Sites 66 and 33 (yeah, really).
On the bay side, there is a table and a fire/grill, the gulf side also includes a patio with shelter, seems more for rain than sun. - Matt_C
Apr 2015 - $20.00
We camped on the bay side, wetlands right out the window. Saw my first trip-colored heron, reddish egret. Level spaces, no privacy but enough space between your neighbor. Great trails. Bring bug spray! Friendly staff. TX parks require the addt'l per person, per day fee, so consider an annual pass. - mac2school
Sep 2015 - $39.00
This was our second visit here and we were very impressed with the expansion and improvements made to to the park.
Nice pools and one of the largest hot tubs I have ever seen, convienent to the beach, friendly staff.
Will will return again. - ckwizard4224
Aug 2015 - $60.00
Great park and will return. Definitely a family friendly resort. A lot of activities for the kids. The inflatable water slides were a hit with the kids and adults. 2 pools never felt crowded. They even had a movie every night. The access road to the beach is also very close, less than a 5 min drive from site to beach. It is within walking distance, but you have to cross the main 2 lane highway. Evenings were quiet. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Sites were average size. Interior roads felt narrow, but no real issues getting into or out of our pull thru. Looking forward to returning and seeing this parks planned growth. - RobT
Jul 2015 - $45.00
This is a nice RV park about 15 minutes down from Galveston. The owners and staff are all very friendly and accommodating. I really appreciate their efforts to make things so family friendly (pools, splash pad, miniature golf, outdoor movie nights, etc.). Bring the bikes or scooters for the kids---they will use them!
Please note that the park is across San Luis Pass Rd from the beach rather than directly "on" the beach, but you can cross the road on foot and be at the beach in just a few minutes. Even better, you can hop in the car with all of your beach stuff, drive over in less than 2 minutes, and park right by the water (for free). This is very convenient with kids!
The inflatables did not seem to be in operation while we were there, several advertised cable channels were inoperable, and most importantly, neither of us could get the WiFi to work despite trying numerous times. We could connect to the hotspot, but web pages would never load (on computers or smart phones). Thankfully, our AT&T phones had good LTE connections.
The office sells a surprisingly wide assortment of RV and beach items at fair prices which is appreciated. They operate a Hunt Bros Pizza in the main office which is convenient for families when you need it.
Overall, we had a great time and would certainly return for a more extended stay next time! - texasAUtiger
Nov 2015 - $40.00
Arrived with no reservation, no trouble getting in and had the pick of a few sites. Sites long and wide but overall a small park. Any size RV will fit in sites, even back in sites are long.
Gated park but gate not working so anyone can come in, and it is located on a road to the beach. Painting was in progress so things are looking good.
Bathrooms had only one toilet, 3 showers with no privacy, a problem for some.
All services worked good. - RDRV
Sep 2015 - $60.00
We were here for 10 days while I visited customers in Houston. The wife and little dog enjoyed the day while I was out.
Spacious concrete pads with sitting and picnic table area. Thick grass and palm trees cover open areas (there is no dirt or gravel). Campground has a security fence around it and electric gates in and out. I think this tends to keep any casual traffic out.
It is about a 200yd walk to the beach where you can rent umbrellas etc.
The location is right off Seawall Blvd and you can drive down to Pleasure Pier within a few minutes - much to do there and you can explore "Old Galveston"
We cooked fresh seafood at our campground and met many nice people.
As always the WIFI was weak but, we made do. We'll be back here for sure next year.
DON'T FORGET MOSQUITO SPRAY - THEY WILL "TOTE" YOU OFF (only negative) - Larry Jenkins
Apr 2015 - $45.00
I thought Sandpiper is an exceptionally nice RV park. It is very clean and well-maintained, and the concrete sites are level with adequate space between spots. The hookups are nice and clean, and well-located. Also, the staff was very friendly and helpful.
We didn't swim at the pool, but I walked up and checked it out, and it looks very nice. They also have overflow hotel rooms that are only used if RV guests need extra room for their visitors, which is nice if you need it.
I thought the location relative to the beach was perfect. It is a very short walk to Stewart Beach, yet it is just far enough away that you won't get tons of sand all over your rig. It's also in a great location to get to Pleasure Pier and all the tourist stuff that is located along Seawall Blvd.
I will definitely stay here again any time I return to Galveston. - RedRaider1993