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We were in site 23 for 3 days. The sites were level, but are oddly arranged in pairs, sharing a wide pad, with the utilities in the middle, which puts them on the wrong side for one of the RVs, though most RVs wouldn’t have an issue reaching them. It also puts that sites covered picnic table on the opposite the RV’s door(s), although Class As& Cs would have the option of pulling in rather than backing in, which would address the oddness for them. Also, water pooled on most of the sites when it rained. The puddles weren’t deep, but were rather inconveniently located on many sites. We did encounter swarming biting flies on the North end of the campground. The park does not have any trails, but the beach was nice. Most everyone followed leash regulation here. AT&T coverage was ok, generally between 1-2 Bars of LTE service, with speeds up to about 1 MB/s. Since there are no trees, satellite coverage is not an issue, so we didn’t try to get any OTA channels.
We did have an issue with one side of the dump station backing up when we dumped upon leaving. We notified the office, so presumably that has been resolved.
We were in site 8 for 4 days. Sites are first come, first served and spacing varied from fairly well spaced to somewhat close, but appeared to all be fairly level. The beach side campsites were asphalt surrounded by grass and these filled up first. The campsites on the opposite side were basically just parking lot stalls and generally had several empty sites while we were there during the week. Showers were clean, if somewhat dated, but also rather chilly, i.e., no hot water. The beach was nice, but there was a lot of trash, debris and Man O’ Wars that had washed up. I found AT&T coverage to be essentially nonexistent here, without a signal booster. With out it, my iPhone fluctuated between no service and 1 bar, but no connectivity either way. However, with the booster, I was able to get 2-3 Bars of LTE service, with speeds up to 4.5 MB/s. Since there are no trees, satellite coverage is not an issue, so we didn’t try to get any OTA channels. When we pulled into the dump station, we noticed that one side had backed up on a previous dumper, so we used the other side, which worked fine. We notified the office, so presumably that has been resolved.
This is a great RV park with very close access to the beach in Port Aransas and the wonderful gulf coast in Texas. The host and maintenance crew were wonderful and were very helpful with everything we needed at the park and the beach was fantastic! Highly recommended!
Clean showers, clean everything. Ground crew/park staff was spectacular. We were 300 yards from the water. very close to beach. Easy to hook up. Great park!!!! Plan to rent a golf cart and take the sand castle lessons, very fun!!! We were in a popup.
Early spring 21 just went and had a blast. Fairly packed now that the state opened up fully. Over all though that time was perfect weather for kayaking and hiking the short trails that this park has. Tent camping is great and the spots are well payed out with plenty of space between them. Shower and bathroom facilities are in decent shape and do the job. Was impressed for havi g never heard of it prior to arrival. Online reservations available to make it easier.
We camped in the RV area, which has electrical hook ups and water but you have to drive to the dump station. There are nearby bathrooms which are newly renovated and nice, although occasionally people using them to clean off from visiting the beach will make a big mess. Not just sand, but swim diapers and bathing suit tags and that sort of thing. The janitors clean every morning but it’s disappointing when people leave a big mess. Nothing against the park, only against the visitors.￼ There are men and women’s bathrooms, family bathrooms/unisex bathrooms, as well as showers just outside the bathrooms.
Each RV spot is paved and comes with a picnic table and wooden pergola, also a grill for charcoal. We did notice quite a few burr plants so if you have dogs, you might have a problem later in the season when the burr seeds are dry.
You can walk to the beach or drive to the beach. There is tent and primitive RV camping on the beach if you wish, we did see people doing that. We visited around Easter Sunday and it was not too crowded, lots of picnic tables and plenty of space to have fun. We brought along a couple of mesh litter bags and were easily able to fill them up with random garbage that Washington to the beach, it was very satisfying to do that and there are dumpsters and trash cans conveniently located once you’re done with that.
It’s a short drive to Port Aransas or the other way to the edge of Corpus Christi, lots of restaurants and art galleries and all kinds of area attractions. Visit Snoopy’s under the bridge and eat on the deck. You can also take your RV on the ferry boat between Port A and Aransas Pass if you wish. It’s free.
Definitely visit, and go to the beach, and pick up a bag of litter.