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Texas RV Park Reviews

Rainbow’s End, Livingston - If you are a member of the Escapees RV Club, Rainbow’s End is home. The headquarters park of the club, Rainbow’s End features a clubhouse, activity center with pool tables and exercise room, a swimming pool, WiFi Internet access, laundry, and organized activities. New since our last visit is a section of RV sites that include phone hookups.

Woodland Lakes RV Park, Conroe - This excellent little RV park just north of Houston is one you are sure to love. The park is super clean, features full hookup pull thru sites that can accommodate large RVs, cable TV, a nice laundry room with Internet access and library, a picnic pavilion, horseshoe pit, and three fishing ponds. Woodland Lakes is a great base for exploring Houston, Lake Conroe, the Astrodome, the NASA Space Center, and the beaches of Galveston

River View RV Park, Marble Falls - With 49 full hookup paved level sites on Lake Marble Falls, this park is small and friendly. Amenities you will enjoy are cable TV, a very clean club room and bath house, five boat docks, barbecue pits, and 750 feet of lakeshore to play on.

El Campo RV Park, Van Horn - What it lacks in fancy, El Campo more than makes up for with down home friendliness. The Recreation USA and Passport America affiliated park has 48 full hookup sites that can accommodate any size RV, 50 amp service, cable TV, restrooms and showers, and modem access. Located just off Interstate 10, this is a good place to stop overnight.

Thousand Trails Colorado River Preserve, Columbus, Texas: This membership park has over 125 full and partial hookup sites, an activity center, pool, hot tub, and lots of wide open spaces. A huge herd of deer live here also and are frequent visitors to the campsites. 

Serendipity Bay Resort, Palacios, Texas - There are a couple of smaller RV parks in Palacios, but this is the one we would choose for a stay. The park features waterfront RV sites, a rally hall, rec hall, pool, and free wireless internet.  

Western Horizons Bay View Resort, Rockport,Texas - This membership park features 228 full hookup RV sites with cable TV, a lake, pool, hot tub, activity center, and sauna. Interior roads are bumpy and need some work.

Ancient Oaks RV Park, Rockport , Texas - We liked this park the moment we pulled in. It just had a comfortable, welcome feeling to it. The staff is very friendly, the park is covered with beautiful wind-sculpted oak trees, and there are plenty of amenities, including pull-thru full hookup sites with cable TV, a heated pool, large laundry room, fishing pond, wireless internet, and a rec room.

Sandollar Resort, Rockport , Texas - This is the kind of friendly RV park where we could enjoy spending a month or two. The park is clean and comfortable, convenient to the waterfront, and has every amenity you could ask for. Reserve early, because they have a 95% return rate and fill up fast.

Watersedge RV Park, Rockport , Texas - Located right across the road from Aransas Bay , with its own fishing pier, this is a friendly RV park where you will pay a bit more than other local parks because of convenience. The sites are all full hookups on concrete, and are pretty close together compared to other area parks we have visited. It’s like they say in real estate - location, location, location.

Tropic Island Resort, Port Aransas, Texas - This is a friendly park featuring full hookups, paved streets, 30 and 50 amp RV sites, cable TV, a swimming pool and hot tub. The sites may be a bit tight for larger RVs.

Marina Beach RV Resort, Port Aransas, Texas - We liked this friendly park, with its large concrete RV sites, large rec hall, pool, and clean restrooms.

Pioneer Beach Resort, Port Aransas, Texas - With 365 full hookup RV sites, a boardwalk to the beach, two swimming pools, hot tub, rec hall, laundromat, and store, this park has everything you need for a comfortable stay on the Gulf coast.

IB Magee Beach Park, Port Aransas, Texas - Operated by Nueces County, this rustic park at the beach has RV sites with water and electric, a dump station, and barbecue grills.

Gulf Waters, Port Aransas, Texas - This large upscale resort has every amenity possible, including a pool, spa, WiFi, and activity center. The resort does not allow RVs older than 10 years.   

Ransom Road RV Park, Aransas Pass, Texas- Located  very close (about one block) to the Intercoastal Waterway, the interior roads and RV sites are all paved, the grass is well manicured, and it has a  club house and laundry. Overall, a very nice RV park with a friendly staff that will make you feel welcome.

ICW RV Park, Aransas Pass, Texas -  The place is not fancy at all, just back in sites with paved RV pads, paved interior roads, and grass. Some sites actually back up to the water and if we were staying there, we could launch our kayaks from our site. Some sites have wooden patios that look in need of paint, at the least. But we saw some of the best rates anywhere in the area, and would feel comfortable staying here for a month or more. The park has a 360 foot lighted private fishing pier, bath house, and laundry. This is a blue collar place, but very friendly.