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When you arrive, the KOA team member escorts you to your site. This eliminates someone being in your spot. The KOA offers free delivery of ice and bait and curbside trash pick up. I had a weird sound when turning on my propane. I called the office to see if by chance they knew what it could be.…
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$12 a year to camp on a beautiful and clean beach any time I want? Yes please! Just spent the weekend on the beach at Access Road 1A. Wasn’t over crowded and the beach was well maintained. Wind and rain rocked us to sleep in the RV and woke up to a cool breeze with clear sunny skies. Setting up the…
A quiet and not overly crowded RV park. The bathroom and shower facilities were very clean. The rec room is spacious. Michelle was a friendly and helpful host. I would definitely stay again. Note: this is inland from Rockport beach, so there were plenty of mosquitoes in July. So, bring some bug…
Historic Texas and Mexican sites within a quaint little park.
The previous reviewer is correct about the airport noise.
Our RV site was a back-in with plenty of room on a concrete pad with a picnic table. We were in the back row.
Our site did not have trees hanging over like a lot of sites (we have solar panels).
- The campground wifi…
The camp area is very clean and organized. Is next to a busy road and we heard traffic all night.
We had planned to spend 3 nights here at the beginning of a months-long road trip and loved it so much that we ended up staying 8 nights! Nice, long, level concrete pads, well-maintained hookups, good laundry facilities and rec hall. Super friendly and helpful staff and it's beautiful to boot. …
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…
Well maintained park, close to Presidio and Goliad downtown. Nice bike trail and paddle destination.
Such a silly thing to realize. It is the beach, after all!
But my brain didn't compute that wind + sand = sand in tents, food, pants, etc!
But, still, this spot was easily accessible for our first night in the park (even with the coastal flood warning!).
There was no one in the visitor's…
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This is a great place to camp! All sites have concrete pads. Lots of room and plenty of trees. Only stayed for three nights. We requested a site far from the highway to get away from the traffic noise. Michelle was an awesome hoste’
Was here for 2 days fantastic place ....alittle rainy and overcast but very windy. Very hard packed sand no trouble driving anywhere on it
Some areas are less populated than others. Multiple beach access points. Beautiful sunsets. Be sure to have the annual parking permit. Be ready to deal with fine sand in your rv and everything.
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$12 you can buy a yearly Beach Parking pass and can boondock on the beach for up to three days. These beaches are incredible and the City is constantly making it look nice. You can drive and camp on the beach. Our favorite part was having a bonfire on the beach at sunset.
They do their absolute best to make sure the area stays clean and although there are stickers in a few areas, they are constantly trying to get them under control. They send out texts and emails letting everyone know when they will be working so everyone is fully aware.
We have not had a chance…