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Maintained by Nueces County Coastal Parks. Smaller, 30-amp sites are closest to the beach and Bob Hall Pier. Just a short stroll to the beach over a sand berm. Pier was closed for maintenance during our stay. No issue with water or electric. Felt safe and secure with all-hour gate entry. Bathroom…
The spacing is quite large. No issues with the full hook-ups. Roads have quite a few potholes, unfortunately. Wi-Fi was nearly unusable but T-Mobile 5G was over 200Mbps down and perfect for working remotely.
Not bad. Basic. Good hookups, unlevel.
I love this park. Plenty of spots, different options. Two pools, rec center, activities. Best part is the boardwalk to the beach where you can drive over with your golf cart and get to the town via the beach access roads.
This place was amazing! It is cream of the crop! Has private beach access and huge concreate pads with tiki huts attached to each site! Full amenities plus some! Laundry, full hookups, WiFi the whole 9 yards! We will be back!
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…
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…
Beautiful sandy beach in an unspoiled, undeveloped natural area. The campground is essentially a big parking lot, no privacy, no trees.
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…
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Call last minute and score! i was expecting a higher price for being so close to downtown Corpus Christi and North beach, just 12-15 min. Level concrete pads full hook ups and very nice manager. Quiet place even when it was pretty full.
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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We spent 4 days in early April. Arrived on Sunday and there were plenty of open sites. There us room for any size rig and there are a few generators running but the are shut down at night.
The best part is the beach. Vehicles are not allowed on the beach so you don't have the constant parade of…
Been able to park in a safe area just few feets from the beach is priceless. There is no electric or water so be prepared, only cold water shower but incredible sunsets and sunrises
It has been a safe place while working on the road. Everyone has been friendly and respectful.