16 Parks near Winnie, Texas
Jan 2013 - $18.00
We were here for three nights and they were having their flea market days. It rained off and on but the concrete pads were clean and level. You can not do anything about the rain and the mud that comes with the rain. Nose from the freeway is very audible as the overpass foundation rubles every time a big truck passes over, which is constant. The city of Winnie is very friendly and small. The campground utilities worked great except the water pressure is very high. We had to use two regulators to be safe. The owners were friendly and helpful and all in all this was a very acceptable campground, especially the price. Pricing at the flea market was something else. High prices for mostly made in China Walmart stuff or inflated prices for homemade knock knacks. - JWT
Feb 2012 - $18.00
A mud hole, and there was no one around the office. - The_Texan
Jan 2010 - $18.00
We never saw anyone as the office was closed from Friday thru Sunday morning when we left. Concrete pull through pads were adequate and required only a little leveling. The grass sites without pads would not be very good if the weather was bad like our weekend. - JWT
Apr 2015 - $30.00
The cost was $25 night for 30-amp electric or $30 for 50-amp. Voltage was good. Rather small concrete sites. All sites are pull-through sites. Our 45' coach filled up our site entirely - we had to park our towed a few sites away on an empty site. Close to I-10 so lots of expressway noise. The freeway noise dissipated by the time we went to bed. Slept with our bedroom window open and did not notice the interstate traffic all that much. Majority of the park filled with local workers. RV park was clean, grass was cut - not overgrown, no trash. There was a nice gazebo that we sat and talked with other guests while walking our dogs. Overall it was adequate for an overnight stay. - TravelnSteve
Mar 2015 - $25.00
Spent one night here, it's quite close to I-10 so lots of expressway noise. The concrete pull through site was narrow and short so the truck had to be parked across the RV front. 50a and utilities all worked fine. There was grass between the sites and concrete roads narrow. No trees so rooftop dish worked well as did Verizon hotspot. No discounts, good for a nights stop when traveling. - big greg
Dec 2014 - $25.00
Very convenient place to stop over from the interstate. Concrete pads, full hookups, seemingly safe location. A bit tight getting around but no problem if taking care. I would recommend for a stopover. - homey
Nov 2015 - $30.00
This rv park is a small park with good amenities. It is a little tight getting into the park,but well worth it. The owner was very friendly and courteous.
We stayed for three nights and it was very quiet and peaceful.
Will definitely stay here again if in the area. Would have given a 10,but the mosquitoes were bad. - WJRYAH
Apr 2014 - $21.00
The reason I liked this park is because it's within walking distance of several bird sanctuaries. I was here for the spring bird migration, and stayed for one week (weekly rate reflected in rate shown). There are a few pull through sites, but not many, perhaps a half dozen; most are back-in. There is only one bathroom, but I never used theirs. The park is very quiet at night. I slept with the windows open each night. The park stays full in April (and perhaps part of March and May as well) because of all the birders who stay here during migration. So you'll almost certainly need a reservation ahead of time to stay here on that timing. I plan to come back here again next year for spring migration birding. - russingr
Feb 2013 - $25.00
Great place for overnight. Quiet, easy access to highway. If you intend to stay March to May, you will need a reservation as the birders take over. WiFi worked well while we were here. Would stay again if in the area. - lrp374
Mar 2013 - $20.00
Very friendly owners. Gravel interior roads and sites are partial grass and rock. E/W/S are clustered around utility poles and rigs are backed in toward poles and spacing is somewhat tight and different than the typical site with only 3 concrete pads for motorhomes. - Bob Woodall
Jun 2011 - $20.00
The owners of this campground are very friendly. We were late arriving and they were most accommodating. They have a super nice clubhouse with movie night and other events. We only planned on staying one night, but ended up staying 2 just enjoying the peacefulness of the campground and the friendly owners. This campground is in the process of adding more accommodations everyday. We truly enjoyed our stay there for a great price! - Jerry & Jill Pera
Oct 2016 - $41.00
This is not a resort. It is however a good park to spend the night while traveling thru. Spaces and interior roads are very tight. The back-in sites are a little more roomy than the pull thru's but appears all taken by permanent residents. In the pull thru's, with both having slides, you're about 24 inches off each other. Sites are mostly level and long enough. Electric was good and steady. We did not hook up sewer or water for our one night stay. Mostly workers and families living there. However, park was quite clean. There is a little pond (the lake) in the rear of the property with small kayaks and paddleboats. Office staff wasn't "friendly" nor was she rude. Simply to the point. Did offer suggestions for restaurants. Check in was easy and quick. We would probably stay there again for a night if passing though, but it is not a destination in itself. - Fixn2gocamp
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Nice, well maintained park. Very clean and well kept grass areas around the park. Some sites have shade while others are mostly open. Appears that a lot of work has been done recently to clean things up. We had a paved pull-thru site with easy setup, leveling and access to utilities. Power, water pressure and sewer all worked well. Park has two sections - up front near the office and farther out by the lake. Both looked to have several well-maintained longer term residents/workers. Appreciate that they asked if I was a veteran and gave me a military discount. No pool but the lake has a couple of boats/canoes that can be used and the lake is a catch/release with no license needed. There is Wi-Fi available along with cable TV - signal is good for both. Bath/showers are individual rooms and are well maintained. There is some road construction that makes getting to the park a little difficult and there could be more signs for the park but our GPS got us there without any significant problems. - Dave Hole
Mar 2016 - $38.00
Nice park. Concrete pad, very level. Plenty of room for my travel trailer to stay hooked up to my truck, and park my other car behind. Check in was quick and efficient...very friendly personnel.
Roads are sufficiently wide enough for one rig to pass.
Close enough to I-10, but far enough away so that you don't hear the noise.
I would not hesitate to stay here again.
One thing to remember. When pulling in from the roadway and making your left turn to park in front of office for checkin, be mindful of the white post on your left and make sure you swing wide enough to miss it. I barely did. - Traveling Man 49
Aug 2016 - $18.00
Nice campground! We stayed overnight. The manager was very helpful. She made sure we had a site that was big enough for us. We ended up back by the Bayou, which we enjoyed the view tremendously. Restrooms and showers were clean. Lots were spacious and offered some shade. Site surface was gravel.
My husband left his Fitbit in the shower room (his mistake) & it was not there when he went back to look for it. He talked to the manager. She even came up to our camper to let us know she would try to find out where it was & if it was returned, she would mail it back to us.
A couple weeks after we were home, we received a Certified package with the Fitbit in it. We were so surprised & appreciated what she did. (We refunded her the money it cost her to mail it to us Certified!)
We will definitely stay here again, on our way through Texas next time. - Patrick-Maryann
May 2016 - $25.00
I should have read the reviews prior to booking our stay. The management is awful and the park shows it. We selected the campground from the website but it it nothing like the website at all. The sites are right on top of each other and the sites are literally a mud hole. The management, namely the woman, is extremely rude and just horrendous. She literally looks for ways to cause issues with herself and the campers. Since we arrived we have been followed, stalked, and nit-picked to death. She has taken micro managing to a new level. The sites are also very noisy as the park is right next to the highway and has no privacy fencing. The showers are dirty and in desperate need of repair as is the laundry room. There are also cats everywhere! They have been in our vehicles and on all over our outdoor furniture scratching it up and spraying on them. Without saying, we will never return. - MelK
Dec 2015 - $15.00
So regular sites available but the lady in the office parked us next to the fence, at least she did not turn us away. We were about 100 yards from I-10 so constant road noise. We ran the AC fan all night and slept well. We spent one night so did not use any of the facilities. We would stay here again at the Passport rate. - houseonwheels
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Our rate was a weekly rate. It was very rainy the whole time we were here so thank goodness they had concrete pads, paved roads, and grass. The shower/restrooms are individual bathrooms which we loved. My wife used the laundry which because there are quite a few long term residents were very busy. The price to wash and dry was very reasonable. We didn't use the pool or the exercise room but we did eat their continental breakfast a couple of mornings. Employees were very nice and helpful. It was difficult to use the dog park because of all of the water. They don't have a problem walking the dogs in the outer grassy areas so it wasn't a problem. Our cable TV connection wasn't working very well I am sure because of the water. We didn't use the Wifi so not sure how it is. We will stay again I am positive. - Bichon 2
Aug 2016 - $22.00
We stayed here for just an overnight. What a pleasant surprise. The park is very well maintained with lots of room to pull through spaces. On the way to Gulf Coast RV, we became a bit worried looking at the various mobile home parks that were a very worn. Then we made the turn onto Brooks and over the RR tracks - even more worried - and bingo bango bongo - Gulf Coast RV Resort. VERY NICE surprise.
The park has a pool, a breakfast buffet and small store. Again very nice. - bigben
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
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
May 2016 - $25.00
Right on the ocean. Curved pull throughs with plenty of space between sites. Just terrific views and there is a walkway out to the beach or you can drive out on a beach access road and park on the sand. Each site had picnic tables and a fire ring. Only problem was there was little wind on one of my three nights and the mosquitoes were a bit of a problem. Make sure you have a solution for them. - Jim Graves
Feb 2016 - $20.00
There are 13 nicely paved campsites, 10 of which are pull-thru with W&E, 50 & 30 amp. We stayed in site 15 one of the pull-thru sites with good hook-ups of water and 50A power. There is about 2 miles of drive-able beach and beatiful views and .75 miles nice raised walkway for bird watching. We walked on the beach (which is hard packed for easy driving) and found a few nice shells. The mosquitoes were so bad that we decided to leave early rather than to fight them for another night. - Ruffin It
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Very nice, small state park on the gulf, this is a hidden gem. You have to want to be here, getting here is a nice drive south of Port Arthur. Staff is friendly, helpful. Sites are mostly curved pull thru's, some back ins, very generous sized and well spaced. No shade, but awesome water views. Electric was steady, water pressure was about 60PSI and tastes great for a beachside park. Bring your supplies, you are 10 miles to the nearest store. You can hear coyotes howl at night, see owls flying. They have a wonderful boardwalk trail thru the marsh water and grasses. Bird watching is very good here. Nice walkway to beach. Beach was clean, fairly quiet while we were here. Only odd thing was that dump station was about mile down road on other side of the road, so hauling a tote would be a challenge. We would stay here again. - Fixn2gocamp
Mar 2012 - $8.00
The rate is a monthly rate $220. This is a small, quiet, and secluded park that is very well maintained. We stayed for a month and enjoyed it. Showers and laundry area were a small but clean. - flamingdandelions