This is a great park right on the beach. We were fortunate enough to get a last minute reservation and when we got here we were really excited to see we got what we think is the best site (45). The sites are level and the front row backs right up to the beach so the views are great. The have nice showers and good laundry facilities. Verizon service here was good and they have decent free wifi.
Our first RV trip to Galveston Island, caravaning with two other trailers. As we planned to socialize while there, I phoned twice to be certain that our reservation was close to the other two sites. The reservationist even called back to tell me that she had been able to spot us very near the others. #36 I believe. On arrival we were put in #50, basically at the other end of the park, the explanation being that our spot had not been vacated!These people don't know when renters are going to vacate because the park charges the same if you stay a partial week or a full week. More of a "squatter rights" system. After fighting Houston traffic to get there and ending up having to slog the length of the park ever time to see our friends, we cut our stay short. Otherwise facilities were older but adequate.
The campground facilities were nice, level cement pads and great hook up stations. Laundry was clean and machines worked well, . Most of staff was friendly and helpful. The beach was poorly maintained. They picked up trash from barrels located along the beach but not the trash on the ground. Beach has very fine grey sand and there is some seaweed but that is natural... The plastic ranging from bottle caps to rubber gloves and other questionable trash made walking in some places questionable. We wanted to pull into our campsites so our door faced my sisters camper and we were told it was against regulations even though it is not mentioned in any of the papers they give you. In speaking with one of the nice employees it was so someone partying wouldn't have there camper facing someone who wasn't, which didn't make since because we wanted to have the space between us shared. He also said that they did this because they wanted tent campers out i of the park since they remodeled after a storm. We couldn't put stakes in the ground and a dozen other rules.... We will not camp here again.....driving through Dallas and then Houston to be in a place where we couldn't relax wasnt worth it.