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11 RV Parks near Port O'Connor, Texas
Feb 2018 - $10.00
This is first time in this park and this area of Texas. We love the area around here. There is sight seeing in the area and shopping is convenient in Port Lavaca and Victoria. There is a little store in town that sells the all the basics as well if you need immediate supplies and are willing to pay a small premium. This park may be the friendliest we have stayed in whether it be tenants or owners. The owners make you feel welcome and in the time we have been here there has been a pot luck, a BBQ and a shrimp boil. There are several different types of sites available, concrete pad, gravel or grass. The newest sites the park is developing do not have cable and the WiFi may be a little weak. We plan on staying longer and hope to stay here again for part of next winter. - Chalkie
Feb 2018 - $10.00
Wow what a great park the owners are great people. It rained a lot here while we was here and water got deep but it wasn't the owners fault so why the person above me was upset surprise me. We arrived Dec 2nd had to leave, but after being gone for 4 days decided we had to come back staying till end of March 2018. It's an eating park since we arrived we had two fish fries before thanks to a resident fisherman then Thanksgiving, Christmas was fried trout, red fish and shrimp, New Years eve just a great gathering and New Years day ham and trimmings, then we've had two fish fries with shrimp and oysters once, two bar bq's with brisket, sausage and chicken and a Italian pot luck. This Tuesday where having another eat out boiled shrimp park owners own a shrimp boat so there really fresh.. What a park great owners. Let me tell you about the fishing, bank fishing, jetty fishing, pier fishing, wading in Boggy Bayou, Broad Bayou. I'm loving it they took me out fishing too the big jetty wow some 40 plus inch red fish, trout and sheep heads. I'll be here next winter at the latest Dec 1st till end of march. This is a great park with great people that own it and there family there motto come as guest, leave as friend. - JustDon
May 2017 - $30.00
Park overbooked so we had to set up in the back of the park, a grass and sand site more like a field. We had NO wifi or Cable TV as stated on the web site. On day three it rained all night and our TT was sitting in about six inches of water and more rain was expected. So we loaded up to leave, when we went to pay out, the owner made the comment "Kind of flooded Didn't it", as if this was a surprise to him. This park is excellent if you are a long term tenant, weekender's and vacationer's will get treated the same as a fast food drive through, pay up, shut up and be gone. - USN Retired 77
Jul 2017 - $50.00
We have stayed at this park 4-5 times previously and had wonderful time, and love the park. However this time we got set up and found the cable tv not working. I called the manager and he came over about 30 minutes later with an extreme attitude. He complained to me that I woke him from his nap, and blah, blah, blah. He tested the cable box and thought he found the problem with our cable reception, and it worked for awhile. He also said they had cable issues due to a lightening strike there. I fished the next morning and wife called him and said the cable didn't work and now had sewer smell in rv. I got back to rv and he was there working on it and again, thought he fixed cable, and told me there was nothing wrong with his sewer it was coming up from our tanks. He said this in a very ugly tone. He also started informing me that my friends boat couldn't be parked behind our rv. I told him we were unloading and would move it. He said "you'd better" and stormed off. Later at the pool, in front of at least 12 people, he proceeded to chew out another man for leaving his boat by his rv. This lasted about 2 full minutes. He mans wife even started crying and said something to him and he turned his tirate towards her. The next day after fishing, we had boat at rv unloading and he stopped and proceeded to chew me out again! There were several people across the road from us and they had blank stares on their faces. I informed him we were unloading and would move it when done. He again, in a non pleasant tone, said "you'd better". After he left the lady across the street came over and said she couldn't believe how rude he was. I agreed, as did my wife and our friends. My family and I have been rving for over a dozen years all over south Texas at numerous parks and I have never encounter such a rude and obnoxious person in charge of an rv park. I will "NEVER" stay here again, nor recommend this park. I also will tell all that ask about rv parks in Port Oconner, not to stay here. - honna58
Dec 2016 - $10.00
Wonderful park in a peaceful little fishing village on the Gulf waters. Just blocks to the Intercoastal or Bay. Staff is friendly and helpful in all matters. Park is CLEAN and neat. Compacted level gravel pads with grass and plenty of room between sites. All utilities worked well. Reasonable priced laundry, very clean facility. Free WIFI and cable worked well. Only complaint is pool not heated but we find that a lot in South Texas. Would have used pool daily if heated. Rate listed above based on monthly rate of $300. Park is convenient to all that Port O'Connor has to offer. This is a relax and enjoy life park. No activity calendar or club house. Just a peaceful place to enjoy life and the Texas coast. - oosuzieqr
Feb 2016 - $10.00
This is one of our favorite RV parks. We were very impressed by the cleanliness and upkeep of the park. All facilities were immaculate. We stayed during the winter, which is a quiet time in the park. Many of the RVs were in the park for storage, and there were only a few people actually staying in the park while we were there. This is perfect for us, since we were looking for a quiet getaway. We enjoyed the jacuzzi on most evenings, and the weather was absolutely perfect during our stay. We had cable TV access, and the Internet was the best that we have encountered at any RV park. The water pressure was good and the sites were very level. The owners were very friendly and informative, and you can tell that they really care about the park. The daily rate reflects monthly price + electricity charge. We would definitely camp here again. - BluegrassTravelers
Feb 2011 - $29.00
This park was so well designed. With the palm and fruit trees, was so sweet to see. The property manager was so helpful and my family went to his church that following Sunday. The have large slips (which people were not packed on each other) and the water is right down the road. I plan on visiting this park again in the near future. It had such a peaceful presence, oh and no charge for their washing machines and FAST wi-fi! Thanks Hailey Lane RV Park, See you soon! - Happy Trails Gypsy
Nov 2010 - $25.00
Nice older park with great vegetation, plants, flowers, trees between sites. The sites aren't all that big, but will accommodate most rigs. Very helpful management. Friendly occupants, lots of winter Texans and year round folk. Great Wi-Fi, clean and private bathrooms (individual ones!), community room with exercise equipment, kitchen, TV and computer. Great deal for the price! - vtchris
Feb 2013 - $25.00
New RV park! Very nice, large and wide spaced sites. The monthly rate is $200 plus electric. Each site has its own Direct TV dish. You only pay a $70 deposit for the receiver. You get that back . WI-FI is great. The couple who run the park live next to the park and are very helpful. Nice, quiet, clean park. Lots of room to walk the dogs. No restrooms yet, but they are building showers, laundry, and clubhouse facilities. I highly recommend this park. We stayed 2 months and will be back next year. - User1574
Jan 2014 - $35.00
We were going to stay at this park, but it was raining very hard, and because the park didn't have pull-through sites we went on down the road to Rockport, Texas and found a park that was paved and had pull through sites. Beacon Park is owned by local husband and wife. The park would be good for a weekend to fish, because it is close to the water. The new part of the park has no trees and was cleared out made into a extension of the old park. We would only stay here for a day and only in the fall, winter, and spring. The summer time would be to hot. - Joceil
Sites: 13 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Jul 2007 - $12.00
This is a combination Motel and RV park. There are 13 RV sites all with full hookups. They cater to the hunter and fisherman, which is all there is to do in this area. They even have kennels to keep your hunting dog in. If you are looking for more than that you should probably go somewhere else. The sites are paved and level. Everything is very clean and the staff was helpful and friendly. My daughters enjoyed the swimming pool. They serve a continental breakfast each morning starting at 6 a.m.. If you like to start fishing earlier than that (like me!) they leave a side door open so you can get your coffee and bagel before 6 a.m.. We will be coming back here on a yearly basis. - parkhopper
Feb 2018 - $25.00
The best part about the park is it's location- a few blocks away from Goose Island State Park, the 1000-year old oak tree, and the Whooping Cranes that "live" down the way. My husband and I enjoyed riding our bikes around the area. The RV park is very quiet which we appreciated. We had great WiFi at our site #60, but others complained about spotty reception. No over the air tv reception. The real downside is that the park is old and tired with mostly full-time residents who have seemed to collect and store lots of stuff at their sites, making the park a little rough around the edges. The sites vary in size and space, are pretty much dirt with some gravel thrown around and fairly uneven. Muddy when it was wet. No picnic table. The community room/bathrooms were musty and uninviting. Everyone we met were friendly. If the owners would invest in some much needed improvements, they'd have a jewel of a park. - alm
Nov 2016 - $35.00
This is a smaller, older RV park. It is tucked in among live oak trees and is very quiet. The owners appear to be trying hard to make the most of the place but it is showing its age. Mostly semi permanent residents. Sites are level, gravel, and utilities work ok. No picnic table though. Roads are dirt/gravel with lots of puddles after rain. There is no real grass, just sticker weeds and there is nowhere to walk your dog except around the loop. There are two bathrooms in the clubhouse each with a shower stall. They were clean but old and smelled very musty. Very unappealing. Decided to just move the stuff we store in our own shower and use it since it's a FHU site. The laundry room is pretty decent though. Two commercial size washers and dryers. $1.50 each. Also very well lit and with a good size folding table, iron and board, and rod for hanging clothes. Only complaint is that it took more than one cycle to dry anything except the lightweight stuff. Also a large library of DVDs to borrow for free which we enjoyed. At $175 including elec for the week it was the best buy in the area IMHO. We wanted to stay at the state park but it was booked solid until after Thanksgiving so this was where we ended up, right down the street. If I needed a place to stay here in the future and couldn't get into the state park I'd stay again. - Pdxjoanne
Oct 2014 - $35.00
Quiet and secluded park. Very nice staff and friendly full timers. Basic amenities. Park had just started adding more sites with less trees, which are going to be nice when done. Small improvements being done around the park and inside the clubhouse (new bathrooms and showers - new furniture). We will come back next year and see how far along they are. - Texas Rv Gal
Feb 2019 - $18.00
We have stayed at this compact state park for a number of years in the winter, and we looked forward to this year. The campground consists of about 54 sites "in the woods" and 44 sites on the edge of Copano Bay. Hurricane Harvey in 2017 made landfall just 10 miles from the campground and did major damage to the live oaks in the wooded section of the park. In addition, the road on the island to the pier was damaged and much of the pier as well. The bay sites have been closed since the hurricane.
The park is extremely popular and is filled each night in February. We like the sites on Lantana Loop that are well shaded by live oaks and live oak shrubs, affording good privacy. Other woods sites, on Bayberry and Warbler Way are more open. Our site this year had a low spot that turned to mud during the numerous rain events during our visit.
Our Verizon hot spot worked reliably only when we left the phone in a specific position in the RV. Over the air TV was acceptable. The fee shown does not include the daily per-person entrance fee ($5 each). An annual pass for $70 pays for itself very quickly and offers camping discounts.
RVers must take care with the low live oaks that protrude into the roadway and sites. We like this place and plan to come each winter for a few weeks. During our stay, Texas implemented their new "choose your site" reservation system. - Jay Rutherford
Feb 2019 - $18.00
We have a 13 1/2' high rv, we were assigned site 135 in the wooded area. The site has many low branches and were not able to back in. The park was full, we did get refunded. Great customer service but park is not tall rig friendly. - Diablo
Jan 2019 - $18.00
This park is still recovering from the last hurricane, but it is still an excellent park. Lots of trails to walk, lots of wildlife. Some of the sites can be a bit tight, so choose wisely. Our site had trees on both sides of the pad, which would have made it difficult to extend slides if we had them. Also some sites will not accommodate a tall RV. Nice dump station, but it is a little tight. - joe_jack