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77 RV Parks near Shoreacres, Texas
We did however find 77 campgrounds within 25 miles of Shoreacres. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Shoreacres in the left hand column.
Apr 2019 - $45.00
Nice but close together level cement sites. Overall very nice resort. Clean & bright. Mix of short & long term. Close to Kemah boardwalk, shops, & restaurants. Galveston & Houston lots to offer. Three small pools and water views with fire pit in common areas. - Campersonthemove
Sep 2018 - $79.00
This is my go to CG while spending weeks visiting my daughter in nearby League City. This is a very good CG for sure. All facilities and the grounds are clean and well kept. The office staff are awesome. You are close to many alternatives for food/drink/entertainment. I generally stay here for 2-4 weeks a year. Although some might suggest the rates are high...this CG is worth the price for me. - olddeadhead
Apr 2018 - $55.00
We wanted to visit Houston but also wanted to stay away from the big city. After researching parks in the area, we decided on Marina Bay since they said they were able to accommodate us traveling in a 45ft motorhome towing a 25ft trailer. It was not quite as easy to get into our 70ft site, the longest they have and we used every inch of it. Concrete roads, level concrete pads and full hook-ups. This park has 3 swimming pools and frontage on a bayou. Dog friendly. It seems most people who stay here are living in the park on a semi-permanent basis. Probably, construction workers or people displayed by the hurricane. Everyone is very friendly. The park is well maintained and clean. It took roundabout 25-30 minutes to get into Houston. - Olivia Las Vegas
May 2013 - $48.00
This is a nice older park with a lot of permanent rigs. There is a tricky turn around at the office that is not big rig friendly. We had to disconnect the car to get around. Our site (97) was all cement with a shade tree. There is always a breeze and the fishing pier is inviting. The leash rules are not tightly enforced with some dogs off leash most of the time. There is no traffic noise and is close to stores and the Kemah boardwalk. We went with two other couples and would come back again. We enjoyed our stay. - kaydbug
Mar 2012 - $48.00
I agree with the last reviewer. We had a site that the sewer pipe was elevated about 18" above ground - made it impossible to drain tanks. New sites going in but they need a lot of work. - old penny
Jan 2012 - $43.00
I stayed here for 1 night in a pull through site. Campground elevation is 9 feet. Maneuvering my 40 footer towing a dinghy was somewhat tight. Roads are asphalt, my site & patio are concrete. Site spacing is close. WIFI is included in daily rate. Cable is not available. I was able to receive AT&T Wireless G3/4 Internet & Cellular service. I received Dish Network 110/119 Satellite TV from dish on roof of motorhome. Campground is pet friendly. Walmart and Kroger are 3 mile away. I am unable to comment on other amenities due to not using them. Most of their guests are monthly’s. There are only a hand full of pull throughs and most of them have monthly’s on them. Only 1 Long Enough for Motorhome & Car w/o Unhook. It appears that roughly 90% of the residents here are construction workers in fifth wheels and travel trailers. This is quite different from most KOA’s. It looks like spaces for one and two nights was an afterthought and they squeezed them in. While the sites are concrete they are very close together. There is some standing water 2-3 days after a rain. It is a little noisy from 6 to 7 in the morning and in the late afternoon with all the diesel pickup trucks going and coming. At $43 per night they are way overpriced and will not see me again. - User1688
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Here for work for a couple months. Overall was a nice place to stay.
The good: It's a nice, quiet park and has a security person at night on the weekends. There is a pier you can fish from. The park itself is pretty clean. There is a laundry room which is rather small but clean. The bath rooms were also kind of small but clean. The pool is nice. They will also accept packages if you need something sent, and have mailboxes available. If you need by the month and can get a spot on the inside, it's about 500 plus power, not too bad.
The bad: My biggest complaint -The internet is horrible, had to jump off my phone often. You can pretty much forget trying to use the WiFi when everyone is home from work in the evening and on weekends.
Lots 93-111 are called bay front and they charge premium price, they are not bay front and there may be 2 spaces that you can see the water between the buildings in front of you, so those are way overpriced. (but all the "bay front" are overpriced, in my opinion). Although a better rate than 50.00 per day for daily rates, 700 a month plus power is a little on the high side. There is some trash along the water line on the canal side. - scarlett12
Jan 2008 - $34.00
Difficult to maneuver into sites with a 40' Motorhome and tow car. Had expected to be in an RV Resort, but this appears to be a long-term trailer park for local industrial workers. Several of the units appeared to have been parked for some time and appear to be populated on a full-time basis. Staff was very friendly and marked our site with an orange cone and welcome sign- a very nice touch! We had a paved, level site that easily accommodated our motorhome, but left little room for the tow car and there were no picnic tables or pads for tables. We could not open our awning due to the small size of our space. There are very few "pull-thru" sites, most are back-in. 50 Amp service was not available to us due to the awkward location of the power. The park is in a residential area and can be a little hard to find late at night. It is about 2 miles from the boardwalk and shopping areas. - sfedeli
May 2006 - $25.00
Looks like it was a very old campground that was recently half updated. The sites are extremel small. No tables, fire rings, etc. It was hard to back in to sites do to tight space. Spaces are not long enough to park rig plus vehicle, so you are forced to park crosswise in front of trailer. Nice staff, well maintained, friendly otherwise! Just be warned it is very tight. - The2ofUs
Oct 2005 - $24.00
Stayed here during Hurricane Rita evacuation. Very small sites, our canopy was almost bumping next door neighbors rig. We were in a 29ft trailer. Fishing pond very nice and well stocked. Pool was nice as well. Community Room was beautiful and nice place for us to retreat in evenings. We only ran into a couple of problems. Laundry room only had 3 washers and 4 dryers. Dryers didn't work well (took many rounds of quarters to get clothes dry). There isn't enough sidewalks in the place for walking. To get to laundry room, one must clomp through high grass. The sites are VERY hard to pull into. We had a back in site, the first one we tried was very difficult to fit in. We tried a second one with better luck, but be prepared to work just to fit camper in the site. - ccj
May 2019 - $40.00
While dense, this small park provides back-in parking on flat concrete long enough for a 40' motor home and toad. Most of the residents are long term and well-behaved; try to guess which units are FEMA trailers still being used after 2017's Hurricane Harvey. A small pool is provided. Sites do not have individual picnic tables. Wifi was fast and sturdy. The park is close to attractions such as the Houston Space Center, stores and restaurants. We thought Gordy Road RV was a good value at $40 a night for a municipal-area park. We had to wade through a 4-page application and 5 pages of rules (with fines running from 50 to $500) on arrival. - Mtmoi
Jan 2019 - $38.00
We intended to stay a month but only stayed one night. We arrived just before New Years and neighbors outside the campground were lighting off fireworks almost from the time we arrived (about 4:00pm) until well after midnight. Our doggy just couldn't take it so we moved the following morning. The office staff was very courteous and understanding. We wish we could have stayed longer as we believe this is a hidden gem. - Codys Family
Nov 2018 - $25.00
The quote on the sign in front says, "A peaceful retreat." That it is!!! This is very laid back park and if you are looking for everyday activities this is probably not the place. If quiet and solitude is what you are looking for you will enjoy this park. Staff goes out of their way to help and unlike many parks actually act like they are glad you are there. Two fenced in dog runs. Off the main hwy far enough that road noise is minimal and did I mention NO railroad tracks. They advertise WIFI as everyone does--BUT it actually works well. Park is approx. 80% full and WIFI has not dropped off. This park is about 4 years old in a residential neighborhood so building/facilities are in good shape. I'd stay here again in a heartbeat. - Ellipse06
Apr 2010 - $30.00
New RV park in Bacliff, Texas. Room for big rigs, all the spaces are very private. We stayed for only a few days. Was very impressed by the reasonable price and good quality. - bikereg
Jul 2010 - $1.00
This place is CLOSED. Got wiped out by Hurricane Ike: may not ever re-open again. The pier is GONE. Place is a total mess. - bikereg
Jan 2016 - $40.00
Reservation made for a long pull-thru and was put in a site too short - park was full so we had to unhook in order to fit in the site. Wifi and Cable TV worked okay. - Retired FL CSM
May 2013 - $30.00
Near the 146 & a Chevron Station, so noise level is high. No restrooms or showers. Lots of permanents who don't seem to think they have neighbors, and can be as loud as they want. Laundry room floor was littered with dryer sheets and a couple of cigarette butts. However, WiFi was great, cable was great, and the owner is one of the nicest people you'd ever want to meet. Lots of grass for walking the dogs on. Park is about 20 miles from the Space Center and some great restaurants (Tommy's Restaurant and Oyster Bar had a dozen yummy oysters for $5!) Next time, we'd probably stay outside of Baytown. - OTR again
Aug 2012 - $35.00
Clean, quiet park. We have stayed here more than once and would stay again. No cable but the WiFi is great. No showers or bathrooms. Does have a clean laundry facility and a convenience store at the front of the park. We paid a weekly rate of $125. - kellycro
Dec 2017 - $17.00
Stayed for two months at $500 per month. We looked at other locations, but the 2017 hurricane was a windfall for those parks that survived. We were in the site closest to the bay and it was very enjoyable. The new owners are doing major upgrades, so there was some mud to deal with, but Dan, the manager, said that would be gone by summer. The park is very isolated, but Baytown is only ten miles or so with lot of stores if you need something. - geode
Oct 2015 - $18.00
We arrived on a weekday and office was locked. Called park's phone number and spoke to the owner who in turn called her daughter, the manager, to return my call. Manager told me we could go ahead and park in a spot that was available near the park's entrance and we could pay when she got to office at 3 PM. She called me at 3:15 and said she was in office. Manager was very nice and check-in was very easy. Park appears clean and inhabited by mostly working people on a monthly basis. Park is big rig friendly and most sites do not have view of the bay. There is a usable fishing dock. The manager stated that you would not want to swim in the water. No pool or playground for kids. Park was quiet for the most part. Great place on Trinity for overnight stay. Didn't see any restaurants nearby park. We would probably not stay for any long period of time as it is very removed from any nearby attractions. - HillCountryRV0128