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
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 2014 - $32.00
The sites are a bit primitive and had some litter laying around (note: the park is beachside and wind always seems to be kicking stuff up, blowing it around). It would have been nice to see the owners/managers keeping the sites looking a bit nicer, but you really can't beat beachside camping. A smaller park that never filled up when we were there, so it had a nice feeling of being all our own. Not our number one choice in the area, but a great alternative that we'll return to. - 2ColliesInACan
May 2015 - $50.00
This is a new park on Galveston Island. The sites are long and wide all concrete with grass between sites. Roads are wide making it easy to get into sites. Because of the bad weather in the area they have not yet completed construction on all amenities, but the pool is open and the other things should be done in a week or two. We would return to this park. - Dave and Jeri
May 2015 - $50.00
Great park, across road from beach but could see the waves out windows and good beach access. Management very friendly. Pool had just opened it was very nice. Club house and laundry facility was not quiet ready but management took me on tour & was very nice. Should open with in the month. - Jame r stacy
Apr 2015 - $1.00
I did not stay at this park but wished I had. It is a new park that just opened. It is well set up and fully paved. It is full service at all sites and if I remember correctly later this year they plan to have a restaurant and bar open. - peddy dick
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
Jan 2015 - $20.00
There are beach side or bay side sites. Beach side was full, so I got bay side site, which I was thankful for. Beach side was very cold and windy, everyone checked out of the beach side the next day, due to weather. Sunset was beautiful. The view from my site was no less than spectacular! Sites on bay side were all back in, but real easy to back into. I saw blue heron, egrets and ibis' every time I looked out. Staff were very nice and helpful. Needed brochures for local events and activities would have been nice. No sewer hook up. They did have a dump station though. Had 30/50 amp service. Great place to stay, I would recommend it to everyone. - PurplePassion
Jun 2015 - $45.00
This is hands down the best RV park we have ever stayed at! It was very clean and well kept. The sites were large with cement pads and a nice picnic table.The pools and splash area were wonderful. The mini golf looked nice but we didn't have time to play on this visit. The inflatables were being moved when we were there but they looked fun as well. The staff was very conscientious of the fact that the kids enjoy the inflatables and came to the pool to let everyone know some were available and apologized for them being unavailable earlier in the day. The beautiful, clean beach on the Gulf was just across the street! How refreshing to find an rv park that caters to families!! We will definitely visit this park again! - Linda and Lowell
Jun 2015 - $44.00
Great for Kids, has 2 pools, one for adult, and a spa, one for kids, mini. golf, nice friendly people, some trees for shade. Beach is across the road. This is our second time, we couldn't dump. the site was too high and we tried to make adjustments to no avail!
All else was good. We will return, but ask for other sites towards the front. I like this location, San Luis Pass, because it is off the seawall and away from riff raft. - CJSundy
Apr 2015 - $35.00
Very clean park with helpful staff. Park was easy to access in our motorhome. Restrooms were clean. This was our first time to visit this park and we enjoyed our stay. - mdj9
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
Apr 2015 - $50.00
Great park. Right on the beach. Concrete pads includes concrete pad for picnic table. Very spacious sites. We had a pull-through althought the backins also looked spacious. Shower rooms were clean but showers did not have privacy, shower curtains but no other privacy in the bathroom. Laundry room was small (only 2 washers/dryers) but commercial grade so it went fast. They were very reasonable. We'd come back here in a minute. - chopper989
Apr 2015 - $45.00
Clean, well maintained park. Wifi service was excellent. Sites are large and easy to access. Showers are clean but lack in privacy. - Boyds nest