53 RV Parks near Pasadena, Texas
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 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
Jan 2017 - $15.00
Do your research on this place! It sits directly next to the Pearland Landfill. In the morning you get a nice aroma of something that I can not describe.They boast about the oak trees here, hence the name Oak hollow, but do nothing for the termites that swarm and will obliterate any wood or partial wood surface.The wildlife is nice, the raccoons will chew through the bottom of your trailer and wiring to gain access. They do nothing for the out of control wildlife.They are adding more trailer spots with nice curbs and driveways, but the drainage has been affected and there is no water retention area.So when it rains and the Cowarts Creek gets full (light rain fills it), you are under water here. Beware! - JohnCoffee
Oct 2016 - $1.00
Excellent clean RV park for peace and quiet and off the main road. Drive in and see the beautiful Oaks. My stay in this lovely park was to be short term and turned into one year. Park owner was very understanding. Over that time, road improvements were started and continue with only slight inconvenience. A laundromat is near completion and will be an added convenience to RV'ers. Additional RV spaces are being added at the back of the park increasing the availability. The park is located near shopping and restuarants with easy access to Houston Metro area. Enjoy Oak Hollow RV Park and I would definitely recommend this park to my friends and relatives from out of State. - DonnaM
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We have been camping In a 35' Motor Home at Oak Hollow RV Park since 10/14/2013. We commit to our site by the year so we can travel and have it when we return.
My wife and I have camped at hundreds of SP, COE and Campgrounds in the USA, Canada, and Alaska. We have camped at Resorts to Boom docking. We are members of PPA, C2C, and GS.
Oak Hollow RV Park may not be the biggest or have the most amities. But three years ago there were about 12 RV sites now it is around 70 RV sites. The owner is adding sites almost every week. The new ones are all level concrete with water, 50 amp. electric and sewer.
There are lots of trees for shade and birds to enjoy. We rate Oak Hollow RV a 8.0 when the Laundry room in finished our rating will go up to 9.0. - Goldwinger
Feb 2017 - $42.00
.Very crowded RV park that could use some sprucing up. Shower facilities were ok but could also use some updating. Sites were small and on top of each other.Most of the sites,especialy in the back were full time livers. Easy to reach the space cementer from here. It served our purpose. - momdoc
Jun 2016 - $42.00
Stayed here two nights while visiting the Johnson Space Center. Would definitely stay here if in the area. The park wasn't great, but it served our purpose very well. The check-in staff was very nice and helpful. No problems with our pull-through site. There are a lot of permanent residents but the park still looked good. The restrooms could use some work, but overall we were pleased with the campground. - junmy3
Apr 2016 - $40.00
They were very accommodating for our late arrival and friendly over the phone. Paved but very narrow roads inside rv park. Spacing is very tight; however, they had what we needed which was 50 amp, water and flat site. For an overnight, we didn't need anything more. It is near the highway but can't hear it much if your rv has good insulation. - DebGA
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
Jul 2017 - $80.00
Nice place to stay in. Staff is friendly and resort is clean. Pool is awesome. - Lizzzy
May 2017 - $80.00
Alright going straight into it, this is no resort. It is very clean. Restrooms and other facilities are the way you want them, like being in a hotel. That's where the "Resort" ends. Sites are really close together. We could not open our awning all the way, it WOULD have hit the RV next to us. If you're not staying in the park during the days none of this will matter. We spend most of our time in Houston, NASA, and other specialty shops in the area. Each site has immaculately trimmed St Augustine Grass between them. Some sites have tables some do no, ours didn't. Staff were pleasant and drove us to our site. Park has three pools and a fishing/observation pier. Overall it's a very nice park. - mikel
Aug 2017 - $50.00
I have lived here for a year this September, I have to say how refreshing it is to see new management!!!! The new manager goes above and beyond to ensure that you are enjoying your stay. There are rules at every park and because of these rules is why Willow Lake is my favorite. It's clean, quiet and safe. Both the manager and the new maintenance man, keep the park well maintained and everything in working order. This park has great amenities. All concrete sites, pool, wifi, cable, laundry, bbq pits, pet grooming station, showers, community room, dog walking areas and even a media room. You can fish (catch and release), kayak, pedal boat on the lake. Would highly recommend!!! Don't let the negative reviews discourage you. This is the best park on this side of Houston!! - L Quinn
Mar 2017 - $41.00
Very disappointed. We stayed here 2 nights and could not wait to leave. We were provided one of the "pull-through" sites at the back. Getting in to our site required navigating through a maze of closely packed pickup-trucks and SUVs from the mostly full-time working residents. The park design gives the impression the owners are intent on maximizing the most possible number of RV spots in the least amount of space. These sites were almost less than the width of my trailer apart. My window awnings and the awning of the Class A next door almost touched. Since we had a pet, I was concerned about the "Gator in lake" signs we saw posted. We also got frequent road noise from the overpass next door to the park, as well as the rumbling sound of Diesel trucks from workers departing at 5AM. I would not call this a "Resort" by any stretch, notwithstanding the postage stamp size pool. - Llando88
Mar 2017 - $49.00
The online reservation system did not work (not operator error) office staff confirmed, and they didn't answer the phone (during business hours). This park is full of long-term residents and probably has 10 slots available for short-term stays. - mecicon
Nov 2016 - $26.00
Stayed here about a month. Very clean, gated park, felt very safe. Friendly staff, pretty good gym equipment. I would stay here again if i was back in the area. - Steve82
Dec 2015 - $50.00
Aside from the narrow one lane road to get to the park, the park staff and grounds are great. We have a shorter site than we like but then, it was the last monthly site for December. We had to leave another location and this was the closest to our family so we could spend Christmas with her.
Park is smaller than expected but great for walking. They have a dog walk for our critters but the code for the gate is a hassle but understandable since the park is in Houston (Pearland area). Dog pickup bags are located throughout the park in several areas. WiFi is free and through Tengo. It looks like there are a lot of people who full time in the park, but check with the office EARLY to get a prime spot. The staff is great to work with.
We will be back. - PatJ3
Apr 2015 - $50.00
Park is kept clean and manicured. Sites are level. Access road is very narrow, and is very difficult at times to turn onto connecting road, as traffic is constant. Park is very crowded, neighbors very close, not allowing much privacy, which some long- term residents tend to invade. Dog area is outside the park, unmowed, and not fenced. Many do not pick up after their dogs inside the park. Very expensive park, fees are the same as sister parks that do have pools. Power outages whenever it storms, were without electricity for two days at a time. Not many reasons to refer to it as a resort. No plans to return. Not a destination park. - Ron910
Jul 2017 - $69.00
Dogs barking all day & night. Drunks making noise all night. Local traffic is a nightmare with heavy road construction. Broken washing machines & clothes left all day in working machines. - hooodoooman_2017
Apr 2017 - $59.00
We use this park for my mom's visits to MD Anderson. The staff at this park are some of the nicest people. If you are looking to "camp" this may not be the park for you, but if you are visiting Houston I highly recommend for location it is 20 minutes to downtown Houston. Even during heavy traffic it has not taken over 30 minutes to get downtown. All utilities are good. They pick up your trash. Some of the back-in sites are narrow. There is road noise, but not bad in the back. There is a mobile RV wash service, excellent, just keep in mind the RV park will charge a minimal water fee. Well worth it. If you are visiting MD Anderson they will work with you on your schedule. The park is located near the 288 and Beltway 8 interchange which can be congested at times....rush hour. - MelindaK
Apr 2017 - $60.00
Very clean well maintained park. Gated with a keycard for entry. Paved streets with concrete pads. Hookups easy to use. Grass between sites. Staff exceptionally nice. They even gave us a partial refund (just charged a late checkout) when we decided to leave the afternoon before our checkout day. - ArtD
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
Nov 2016 - $10.00
This park is a short term park, using Pass Port America, and a long term park. This short term sites are nice in size and pull thru's, long term sites are very narrow and short. Full hook ups are find. The one bad thing about the park, is the dog pooh. Most of the long term residence don't pick up after their dogs. There seems to be no park rules that covers this area. The rates are OK. Long term is around $310.00 a month plus electricity.
There is a mobile home section in the park. Some are OK and some are in bad shape. The older mobile homes seem to have a lot of junk on their sites. We like this park even though there are some problems. - Joceil
Oct 2016 - $16.00
The park is mostly people who live there full-time or for extended periods but it appears they have about a dozen sites reserved for short term rentals. We stayed a week. Staff and any people we met in the park were friendly. There is a pool and a laundry room. Only complaint - no folding tables in laundry but the price was great. The area is becoming built up so if you are a runner, once you run by a half-mile of construction, you are in neighborhoods and the sidewalks are shady, safe and miles ... close proximity to stores. - BD_Mass
Jun 2016 - $16.00
A bargain for the Passport America rate of $16. Staff was exceedingly accommodating and left our check-in paperwork taped to the office door as we arrived late in the day. Office opens again on Monday morning for business and we will pay for our stay then. Easy peasy!
We didn't spend very much time here but used it as a convenient base to visit The Lakewood Church in Houston as well as a visit to Galveston.
Most of this park contains older, permanent mobile homes but there is a section for travel trailers which is well groomed and perfectly acceptable. Our site was a pull-thru, with plenty of room for our truck and fifth-wheel. Each site has a covered, cement patio with a freshly painted picnic table and the grass around the sites was recently mowed. Conveniently placed hookups for electric, water, and sewer, but no cable. We have our own WiFi so can't vouch for theirs. Peaceful and quiet in an otherwise very busy area. Would return if in the area. - PARTYOF2