48 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
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
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
Feb 2016 - $39.00
The spaces are very narrow and the roads in the park are tight. Don't plan on extending your awing or leaving your tow attached. Staff is very nice and helpful and try to make your stay nice. The park is on the frontage road right off the freeway so its very loud, there also seemed to be a lot of working from the freeway construction job staying there so traffic inside the park in the early morning was also loud. Great location for visiting the Space Center because it is so close. Not someplace I would chose to hang out at the RV for a couple weeks for vacation.
Wi-Fi was high speed but not reliable, it only worked a few hours the first day I got there and then didn't work for the remaining two days. - jpm777
Feb 2016 - $27.00
You could have several opinions of your stay here, depending just on the space you occupy. We stayed 2 months in several Premium sites, and if you "add back in" the cost including metered electric, the cost was 31 bucks a night, vesus the $75 nightly rate (Elect included) for a Premium space. The greater majority of the "Park" is occupied by hard-working oil service employees...and their families. If you sleep "light", you'll hear the truck engines start up at 5am. The less-expensive pull-thru sites are sandwiched pretty close together. If you are travelling for fun... the Premium Sites offer some more space, a cool thatched roof patio set, and their placement really showcases the beauty this Park offers. Near the Bayou there is a pretty water feature (I don't call 55 degree water a "pool"), excellent dog walk area...and a boardwalk/fishing pier. The fishing part is more for entertainment...lots of shallow water, mud...and snags. The exercise room is over-heated, but well equipped. The ice machine was a nice touch, as were the clean restrooms. The best part? Employees keep the place looking nice, and rigorously enforce the many pages of rules designed to maintain a "non mobile home park" look, and feel. By far, some of the best On-Site Management we have ever encountered in our travels. I'm afraid I'm not as happy with the off-site Corporate Ownership. Really, you're grossing (by my estimation) 175 Grand per month in total Park rent...and you can't turn on the heater to at least one pool? That's just being greedy. If there was a heated pool, we would have rated Marina Bay a high 9...IF we stay again in a Premium space. We stayed here in a 43' Coach.
A GREAT place to ride your bike, and bring your camera for some great sunset images. When coming in Eastbound on Hwy 2094, the light at Clear Lake Road (really makes getting out of the park easy) demands a WIDE right hand turn, especially if you have a large rig with a tow car. Stay left to check-in. - tres gatos
Apr 2015 - $60.00
Heated pool, not so much. Ice cold. Quiet time from 10 pm to 7 am, no sir. Long timers all leave really early for work and the slamming of truck doors and loud mufflers begin at 5am all the way til 7am. Also black lab from neighboring business barks all night on and off and all day long when he sees other dogs being walked. Also they charge you $3 per mail package delivered. Never have we come across this as full timers. This place is way overpriced. Not impressed and will not be stopping here ever again. - Liam
Oct 2014 - $75.00
I was really looking forward to coming back to this park but it has really changed. Owner seems to have become money hungry and making poor decisions. Park is very dark because lights are all out and has supposedly been like that for months. He has the older ladies in the office doing night time security, which is dangerous! My husband watched an incident happen with a drunk guest and was worried for the poor woman's safety. Apparently not screening people anymore. Police were there twice during our 4 day stay.Internet not working, problems with cable TV and electric service. All I heard the whole time we were there, was how upset everyone was. Very sad. I felt bad for the office staff who get to hear all the complaints.Used to be a really nice place. Luckily, there are a lot of new places popping up in the surrounding area that we can try. - Texas Rv Gal
Jun 2016 - $31.00
We stay in the Houston area periodically to visit our son and grandchildren, and it's always a chore to find a decent RV park. This one is OK, but the sites were very close together and mostly concrete. There is a lake in the middle of the park but not for swimming. We did have a small grassy area by our site, but our neighbor's utilities were in the grass and so close to us they were under our awning. No picnic tables. The sites are mostly back-in with a few pull throughs. The cheaper ones are on the perimeter and the more expensive around the lake. They have good electric for both 30 amp and 50 amp, and good water pressure. All sites have sewer hookup. They do have WiFi (but we did not use it as I have my own Jetpack) and cable. The pool is on the small side but there were not many people in it. It's mostly an adult park with lots of full time workers. There is no playground or dog park, but they do allow dogs. There is a small theater and recreation center; a few bathrooms around the pool area, and a nice laundry area. The washing machines do not take quarters though. You have to buy coins to put in the machines, and they all cost $2 each - pretty expensive. - Kerch Family
May 2016 - $31.00
Nice concrete sites,some sections are spacious but many like ours are very tight. We could not extend our awning all the way. Also inadequate space for vehicles. Just poor planning on the set-up. This is supposed to be an adult-only park. The managers say that kids "just visit" grandparents, etc, but children DO live here, full-time. The managers do NOT enforce the rules that are meant for everyone, this one being the most blatant. Also, speeding is not controlled or dealt with. Worst we've seen. A few speed bumps were installed but they are totally ineffective. This is a beautiful park on a nice lake with willow trees bending over the water, nice amenities, but if you're hoping to relax by the pool because you read it's an adult-only park, you will be disappointed. Kids come in and take over the pool. This also has become more of a worker camp than an RV resort. Most are quiet and respectful, but a few at times get rowdy. Rates have gone up, making it a poor value for the issues present. Too bad. With effective management and a bit of re-work on site design, it would be more worth the cost. - wandering2
Mar 2016 - $50.00
This is our second stay at this RV resort. First time was with two small dogs and our 6yr old. This time just our 6yr old, wife, and I. Very nice and clean. Not a lot of room between RV's but plenty enough for slides, vehicles, and a 6yr old to play. Great pool, the gym is really nice, and we have only had positive encounters with other tenants and employees. I highly recommend this rv park if you are staying in the area. We also have a sail boat here in Kemah and go back and forth with no worry about security. - xplorers
Aug 2016 - $59.00
Parked on site in new area very close to freeway noise, but new fence does buffer some of the traffic sound. Beautiful park, all concrete sites and roads, green grass and growing trees in-between. Many full time residents with lots of stuff and many parked cars. Very nice club house, pool and rec area. July is hot (101). Strong WiFi with tuner outside my door. Site very long and level. Everything looks newish. Very friendly office staff. Escorted to your site. We have stayed here before. Some sites appear tight and close together.
Very nice pool area with adult hours posted. Security card entrance. Very spotless and manicured park. Price reflects a 10% discount. - Oooooooo
May 2016 - $59.00
Stayed May 9-11, loving the level pads with adequate space between lots. Price includes elec.,water,sewer, cable and Wi-Fi. Nice pool, jacuzzi and clubhouse with small workout room. Full-timers seem to be separate from those of us staying for a few days. We had doctor appointment in Houston (30 min.away during rush hour) and a visit to NASA (30 min away during morning rush-hr). Clean and quiet. There is a nice dog park and was nice even though we don't have a dog! There was a negative at check-in; a no-friendly and no-greeting from a young woman. She needs to be away from public! Other than her, everything else just fine. - User3126
Apr 2016 - $36.00
The sites are all concrete and pretty close together, and paved roads. Sites have a little bit of grass next to them to put the picnic table. They do have good water & electric, as well as cable. Wifi is iffy, even in the clubhouse. They have pretty tight pet restrictions, such as your pets cannot be tied outside your rig without you being out there with them, and you have to have proof of shots when registering. They have a dog park, but as usual, it's small and if you have a large dog, it's not enough room to let them run. (See comment below.) They have a pool & hot tub; very nice clubhouse and activities. It is all fenced in and you need a key card to get into the gate. - Kerch Family
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
Sep 2015 - $50.00
Chose this park from Good Sam GPS last minute. We were tired and needed to get off road. Office was closed when we arrived at 6:30 p.m. No site map or after hours check in info. We asked a few people going by, they could care less and were rather rude. We followed the usual protocol (left a note and chose an up front open site). The next morning we couldn't wait to leave. A lot of road noise along with vehicles in and out all night does not make a restful or peaceful night. Overpriced, sketchy, and never again. The good: paved roads. - Lunchy
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
Apr 2016 - $16.00
This is an old, rundown trailer park with RV sites around the outside. Definitely not worth $32 a night, barely worth the $16 a night with Passport America. Sites are dirt/gravel and close. The only good thing about this place is that the sites are level. - mrpeepers
Dec 2015 - $13.00
We stayed here for 1 month. The restroom/laundry room area is only open for a limited time due to previous vandalism - 8:30am to 9pm. There is a recreation area but with a few books in it and is only open during business hours. The water and electric are good and conveniently placed. They have pull thru sites and back in sites. It is a mobile home park and there are a lot of mobile homes which brings down the niceness of the park. They have a pool and is family friendly. No playground and no where for kids to play. They allow pets but do not have a pet area. They have WiFi that costs money and no cable. The roads could use some maintenance and the sites are fairly close together. If at all possible, next time we are here I do not want to stay in this park. Unfortunately, RV parks in Houston fill up fast due to people living in their trailers working in the area. - Kerch Family
Feb 2016 - $75.00
An expensive park for a location far outside Houston. They brag about their peaceful surrounding but we could hear the interstate all night. The view from our campsite of the river was very nice but the setup of the campsite was weird. We selected this place because our campsite had a "private" spa/hot tub. What they did not say is the hot tub is on the sewer side of the coach! Not a great location for sneaking out of your coach for a dip in the hot tub when it's on the utilities side of the coach. - Bauernfeind
Feb 2016 - $55.00
The park has well kept paved roads easy to navigate. All sites are concrete and most are pull-thru. The back-in sites are near the river. The amenities down by the river are very nice; disappearing pool, gazebo, pier, etc. Sunsets are fabulous by the river. ATT was 5 bars.
We did experience some negatives. The sites are very narrow. If we parked the truck on the side in the intended parking spot, the truck door when opened would hit our neighbors slide. It's a long walk to the river and back. The sites near the river are also narrow, short back-ins, and utilities are on the passenger side. This is ok for class A, but not for trailers. Also the cost is $89 per night for river sites.
Cable TV is provided, but only got 11 channels, so we used our antenna and got many, many channels.
Wifi was also provided but it was too slow for Internet use. We used our hot iPhone hotspot.
We stayed here for location and would not stay again. There are 2 other parks on the same road. - pamula
Jan 2016 - $89.00
This is a really nice campground just outside of Houston on Interstate 10, about 15 miles from Houston's city center in a city called Highlands, Texas. It has just about all the amenities one would expect from a resort style RV resort. My site was a deluxe premium site and included a private hot tub and a view of the San Jacinto river. other amenities included
* two fishing piers
* large two story cottages as well as smaller cottages
* Large clubhouse with an infinity pool and hot tub
* Private showers and bathrooms
* Large Laundry room
The only cons I had with this place is it's a tad on the larger size and if you have a site near the river, you will find that the workout room, laundry, store and dumpsters are quite a hike away up to the front of the park. Also trash is not picked up at your site as in some resorts so if you plan on staying by the river, you will have to walk or drive to the dumpsters for your trash removal.
I would stay here again and recommend it to anyone needing to stay in the area. - 2ndHomeTx