We stayed here 4 nights because rain and high winds flooded our first choice in Galveston. This park was the closest to Galveston with an opening. This is a "no frills" park. It has all the basic necessities, but it is not a place to sit outside and enjoy the view. It is OK to use as a base to visit Galveston - just a place to sleep. The management was friendly and helpful, so no problem with them.
I am the owner of Sunset RV Park and I live on site. I am committed to providing the safest, quietest, most value and enjoyable stay you have ever had in an RV Park. And if it isn't all of those, please let me know and I will fix it. We are not a Resort or Destination style Park but we are committed to providing what you need during your stay with us. Services Offered: Daily, Weekly and Monthly Rates City Water and Sewer Hookups on all sites 30/50 AMP Electric Service Offered on all sites also 110 DirecTV Cable Service with 38 Channels on all sites Park Wide High Speed Wi-Fi including 8 Access Points around the park for full coverage Laundry Services including 4 coin-op Washers and 4 coin-op Dryers, Wash and Fold Service 11 Security Cameras throughout the park Trash Pick-up on Mondays and Thursdays
My wife and I stayed here a week and could not wait to leave. This place just had a run down low class bad feeling about it. In the whole time we were there, we did not see one woman, child or male over 40 years of age. I think the place is just for young single male oil field workers. The owner and the manager was very nice, but the maintenance man, Joe, was a foul mouth alcoholic who's vocabulary consisted almost exclusively of talking about drinking and the "F" word. He showed no respect for anyone and continued his foul mouthed vulgarities even in the precence of my wife and even after I told him I was a pastor. He did this in the presence of both the owner and the manger (both women) who did not seem to mind it either. As far as the park goes, it is pretty basic. The pads consist of small patches of poor quality uneven asphalt. After a week we moved over to the Kemah RV Resort in Kemah, TX. It was only $5 more a month but a world of difference. We are talking night and day here; no comparison at all. We were not set up 10 minutes and our neighbors were coming over to meet us ( this did not happen during the whole week at sunset). I cannot recommend Sunset RV park. It might be okay for a single male who is just needs a place to park his RV to work out of, but it is certainly not for families or couples.