The best WALK IN camping near
Delta West Colonia , TEXAS

10 Reviews4 Campgrounds

This map requires WebGL

Please update your web browser or enable WebGL to view the map.

Troubleshooting Info
EXPLORE
The Dyrt App

The #1 Camping App

Camp with confidence with the highest-ranked camping app for both iOS and Android. Search more than 1 million listings, reviews, and tips for campsites across the U.S.

Enter your phone number to get the app.

The Dyrt App The #1 Camping App
Most Recent Delta West Colonia Camping Reviews
Great park

Friendly with a cozy atmosphere. Everyone very helpful…neighbors and staff. Limited activity while there due to caution of COVID, but that was appreciated.

New management - good job - nice amenities

Love the two air conditioned club houses and the separate lounging library. Love the dog wash with fresh towels-all you need is your doggie’s favorite shampoo.Lots to do. Some sites are a little tight but mgr tries to get you in best spot for your needs. Very impressive. All employees and workampers are great and helpful! So great we are staying til April 1st.

great place

nice slabs, great hook ups, friendly staff

Nice friendly medium priced RV Resort popular with 55+ Winter Texans.

Well maintained, reasonable prices, gated, small dog park, laundry rooms on site, two recreation halls, indoor heated pool, billiard hall, quiet area, level sites. Friendly residents and staff

Beautiful and pleasant

Friendly atmosphere, in park Entertainment, and activities, very motivated Manager, our 2nd year there, and we’ve met some wonderful people and lifetime friends, we will be there again next winter season

Very inviting!

Very friendly

Extremely friendly and clean! Management is very good! Loved it!!

Great place to meet New friends and catch up with old ones!

This park is a nice hidden gem

This winter was was our first ever to be a Winter Texan. Bluebonnet was a wonderful place to be. Very affordable, friendly atmosphere neat and tidy. We have reserved a spot next year. Come on down and take a look.

Beautifully maintained, very clean.

New Butterfly Garden will become an attraction to see! Recently planted.

Very friendly. No "clicks" All buildings and laundry are exceptionally clean.

Grounds are well maintained. No weeds and grass is mowed throughout

Very pet friendly with a dog bath and dog playground.

Enjoyable stay for entire winter.

Saltwater Campground

Many of the campsites are right on the water, which is the Arroyo Colorado, a canal that runs east-west to the Laguna Madre, the bay between the south Texas shoreline and South Padre Island. I've visited the park many, many times over the years because of its proximity to the Laguna Madre. I fish from a kayak, and have tried fishing South Padre Island, Port Mansfield, and Boca Chica Beach with some success. But I always go back to Adolph Thomae County Park because I have better luck there. I don't have to worry about leaving my vehicle unattended, either.

What else? There is a website - http://www.cameroncountyparks.com/adolph-thomae-park - that has all the info you need if you plan to visit. There are even a few pictures. But if you want to get a much better look at the park, download and load Google Earth and type 'Adolph Thomae County Park' in the search bar. For some reason, the locator map on thedyrt is way off. The latitude for the park is  26°20'42.65"N and the longitude is  97°24'50.43"W. I've tried editing the location to no avail.

If you use Google Earth, you'll see that there are 2 lighted fishing piers that are free to park visitors. There are also 3 public restrooms - one at each of the piers and a third between the two large parking lots at the end of the road. There are also two boat ramps at the end of the park road.

It's 3 miles from the park to the Laguna Madre, so if you're bringing a kayak be prepared to paddle for about 45 minutes before getting to the bay. The park opens at 6:00 AM, and the fishermen with motorboats start lining up about 5:45 AM. If you want a parking spot near the water, get there early. I've found that the best parking lot to use is the next-to-last. The water is just a few steps from the parking lot, and the grade down to the water is not that steep. There are no streetlights in the next-to-last parking lot - at least not yet - , so bring a headlamp. It's a relatively new parking lot, so lights may be installed at some point.