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We stayed here because it was extremely convenient to the Ford Arena, where our grandchild was playing softball. The sites are very close together in the side we were staying at. More like a big parking lot. It had rained and it was rather flooded! The small areas of grass were unkempt. With all…
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Very easy to complete reservation, all concrete streets and pads sights. Picnic table.
I would give it a five but the trails are all closed and some of the sites were flooded .
really secluded spots easy to get into and camp is under the trees which is a nice touch .
About 30 mins to Big Thicket visitors center and hike access. There are several nice hikes in the park but many were closed due to a long-leaf pine reforestation project that involved logging and shredding. A bit inconvenient and we could hear the shredders but we met one of the project engineers…
Nice place for tent camping there is no water bathrooms or electricity. Great place for being in contact with nature. If you are looking to be away from the civilization but at the same time not that far it is perfect.
It is a nice park not big with some nice trails, the camping spots are really close together, restrooms and showers well maintained and cleaned daily.
We spent 2 weeks here during the winter. It’s a really quiet spot with a few other RV’s here and there in the beach. We have AT&T and cell service was excellent. Weather was good while we were here although it got pretty windy a few nights. Tents may be difficult. We were in a 26’ travel…
Half mile stretch at end of access road to left is nice beach with dunes and free dispersed camping. Other sections require permit (on line or in person). Watch tides and weather, but really easy safe beach with big views. There are of course oil tankers visible and so not a pristine natural…
Check the weather! I was there the night of a tornado watch. 70 mile an hour winds and heavy rain. Got alerts on my phone but I had about 6 drinks and did not want to risk those problems, so I braved the storm. Very humbling experience. To be fair, the weather was clear when I started the 500…
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Great primitive camping spot, good for hunters. Free for campers! Enough space for RV no hookups available.
We enjoyed Christmas in this quiet park, kinda chilly and pretty deserted. As per normal for RV parks, WiFi sucks but cell signal was adequate (fairly strong with WeBoost) close proximity to shops and restaurants (loved Tia Juanitas Fish camp). Walks, bike tracks, river for kayaking all add to…
Well kept, on the water, great pier fishing spot!
Easy access from the interstate but not noisy. Just stayed one night on our way home from San Antonio so really didn’t use any of the facilities but sites are nice and level and the place is clean. Had dinner at Tia Juanita's Fish Camp and would highly recommend it if staying in Beaumont.
Hurricane Harvey flooded most of the park in 2017 but now it is completely open. The park is very nice. It is very typical of Texas parks.... awesome!!
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Let the ocean put you to sleep. We stayed in November, the temps were perfect to a little cool. We're about 17k pounds and had no issues driving and setting up on the sand. It is pretty, there are shells everywhere, and, not many others camped here at this time.