18 Parks near Port Arthur, Texas
Feb 2015 - $22.00
Camp site was clean and convenient to shopping and work. Managers were helpful. Sites and road are concrete. - Articrob
Mar 2014 - $20.00
Rate is reflective of monthly stay. Campground is a glorified parking lot that happens to have a pool. Spaces are right on top of each other ans so shallow that our truck had to be parked in the street. Rates were raised twice in our short stay there. Owner seems to be out for money and does not really care about campground, just how much he can charge. Will not stay here again. Found another campground in the area that is 1/3 the price this one charges. - Luvbugz
Mar 2014 - $18.00
We were there about six weeks. The park, the pool, the laundry, and restroom facilities were all kept clean and working. WiFi worked well. I believe the cable included close to 70 channels. They have "cabins" for rent. It was pretty much filled to capacity while we were there. It was quiet and very convenient to everything. (shopping, restaurants etc). The rent was 500 a month (28 days) including electricity. Although, the price goes up to 600 during the summer months because management stated the extra a/c used drove up the power costs. The campground is pretty much all concrete. There was space enough in our slot to park both trucks beside each other. We would stay here again. - scarlett12
May 2016 - $25.00
Rate is Passport America with 3 people, there is a $5 charge per extra person.
Rv park has concrete pads, no shade which sucks in the Texas heat, but at least it's not in the mud.
Power and water worked great, the showers are clean and the bathroom would make a great hiding place for a zombie apocalypse!
Wifi didn't work very well and no streaming allowed, which means facebook bogged down if you had any videos on your feed.
Long list of park rules, but half of them didn't seem to be followed by the people staying in the park. - Crazyjewelrymakers
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Very nice park for a night or 2, especially with Passport America. Very clean and nice lawns and pull through sites with concrete pads. Laundry appears adequate and reasonable cost. Could use some bushes and/or trees for privacy and shade. Close to town. - BandD
Nov 2015 - $20.00
A park dedicated to workers. Even the bathrooms have no soap or paper towels for hand washing. We find the name Resort does not apply here for visitors.
Check in was great, manager informative and efficient.
Sites and property big, any size rig will fit. Most units clean and neat, not junky.
We had one lady with kid and dog in tow cut thru our site, and other sites, with no respect for other people.
They could do better if they wanted visitors and not just workers. - RDRV
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Office was a little hard to find. They don't do any discounts and it's cash only even though the web site says they accept credit cards. The list of rules was the norm, except the statement "Don't tease or feed the alligators" The park is surrounded by water from the Gulf. We saw two while there. One in the pond in the center of the park and one in the inlet. Mostly come out at night so we tried to walk the dog before dusk. Concrete pads which were level. Sites are fairly close but there is a grassy area in between them. No shade and no pull-throughs. Rusty old charcoal grill at the site. Mostly used as monthly rentals for folks working the surrounding oil companies. Would stay here again in a pinch. - EggerMar
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This was a wonderful park, I cannot say enough good things about this park, the manger was so nice and helpful, the sites were extremely nice and clean, the bathhouse was cleaned and disinfected daily. The sunrises and sunsets were awesome! There's also a pier you can walk! By far one of the best parks we have stayed at if not the best!! - Rooster86
Dec 2012 - $30.00
We stayed for a weekly rate of $185 in Dec. Paved road and pads. Friendly manager. Too friendly mosquito's at dusk. Fishing great. 3G hotspot worked. - Valentine39
Jan 2013 - $40.00
A bit hard to get to - must go over a very "up and down" bridge. Nice location, near city park and marina, but fairly basic facilities. Decent Wi-Fi speed and good range of cable TV channels. Park was only one-third full when we arrived - all live a boards (i.e., long-term stays). Big rigs would be a bit cramped and pull throughs too short to leave tow vehicle attached. Felt it was a bit pricey at $40; $30 would have been a more reasonable price (they only charge $200 a week). - elmerfudd
Feb 2011 - $40.00
Made a reservation, and when we got there they did not have room for us. Very disappointed and would never stay here or recommend this place - SVANDEMOO
Nov 2010 - $18.00
On Lake Sabine and opens in to Gulf of Mexico. Good fishing. Twenty minutes to town. Very nice park with plenty of playground for kids of all ages. Very friendly host. - Roger & Trudy Johnson
Jan 2014 - $30.00
Better than we expected for how cheap it was! Big open space with lots of shady spots. Clean and well kept. AAA is close to town and centrally located. Great experience at a great price. - RVFanTX
Feb 2012 - $20.00
It is what it is. Nothing to brag about, just a very simple, no frills, family run park that will give you a place to stay. It is in the middle of this very small town in the middle of nowhere with only one way in and one way out, via Highway 87 and the very tall MLK bridge. We originally had dry docked at the Sea Rim State Park, 10 miles South, but had to leave due to bad weather and very strong wind gusts. Didn't want to chance the bridge so we stayed here overnight until the weather cleared. Town has much storm damage, but this park did the trick. We had a quiet night with no problems. Only half full. It has no office, management is off site, so we just pulled in and called the number on the sign. We would stay here again. - thesarge7
Mar 2013 - $20.00
Very friendly owners...gravel interior roads and sites are partial grass and rock...scenic its not, but functional yes...E/W/S are clustered around utility poles so rigs are backed in toward poles and spacing is tight and different than the typical site. - Bob Woodall
Dec 2010 - $20.00
Access is good, sites are reasonably level concrete with adequate size, on-site "roads" are very bumpy, management friendly and operates a Mediterranean food deli just off-site (yum, yum!), a railroad across the street was silent except for one train in daytime, laundromat looked clean and very usable, but this is anything but gracious suburban living. We'd use it again. - DelK
Apr 2016 - $18.00
Mostly long-term construction workers, not a tourist place. Laundry/rec room was huge, but filthy (it was never cleaned during the 2 weeks we stayed). We had to wash out the washers before using them. Sites were covered with "decorative" 3-6 inch rocks - difficult to walk on, especially for older, unsteady persons. Entry road almost required 4-wheel drive. Some interior roads were nicely paved, others were dirt jeep trails. Train noises were noticeable, but surprisingly not irritating. They were so long it almost became soothing background noise. WiFi was non-existent at the site, but we were able to get Time-Warner cable internet for about $6 for a month, and it was quite good. - Neil_and_Sandy
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Definitely a winner being a PA RV park. All pull thru sites that are long and paved. The showers were all separate bathroom facilities. Everything was very clean and landscaping was well manicured. If there was some shade trees the park would have received a 10. Definitely would say here again. - Hey You
Jun 2016 - $23.00
Very pleasant stay. Facilities were clean and well maintained. Spots were large and easy to park in. Staff was friendly and very helpful. I would stay here again. - AZ RVer
Jun 2016 - $23.00
This park is exactly what we are looking/hoping to find. Very clean and well maintained. The staff was friendly and helpful. Being a Passport America park, the price was great. The pool was an added bonus since we have our grandson with us. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. - junmy3