The office staff was friendly and the park is laid out well. No trees and the sites are close together. They still have plenty of activities for the month of April. They have special area's that are pet friendly which is nice. People in the park are also very nice. We stayed here three days and would come back again.
We stayed at Lake Magic for the past two winters. The management has changed over the last two years and not for the better. The pools are set at 82 degrees and are cold. The one pool was down most of the winter. They have lots of activities over the winter months but seem to stop come the end of March where as in the year 2012 they went through April. The laundry room has old equipment and does not work well. The park seem to be going downhill from last year. It is questionable if I would stay here again or not.
This is one of the worst campgrounds that we have stayed at. The bathrooms were filthy. The sites are small. Very few full hook up sites and only a few water & electric with 30/50 amp. This campground is more for tent's or pop ups. You only could get Wi-Fi in the office or by the pool.This campground is loud and noisy. The store was fairly well stocked with almost everything you would need. That's the only good thing about this park. I definitely would not stay here again.
This campground is located right on the ocean. The campground itself is all shaded and sandy. We received no TV reception here but with the ocean almost right out your door who needs TV. The staff was friendly and was full of information. We would camp here again.
The price we quoted is the passport America price. They also add $1 per day for electric. We did not like the park because of all the rules and regulations. I do know that some rules and regulations are necessary but they have way to many. If you have a dog it can only go in the dog park. We have dogs and they tried to accommodate us by putting us across from the dog park but then you are backed up against a busy highway and get road noise all day/night long. We would not stay here again.
We camped here off season and most of everything was still open. They have a nice convenience store that has just about everything you forgot at home. They have a really nice cafe and had a nice size breakfast there that was reasonably priced. They have a new welcome/reservation center at the front of the park. We were 4 rows back (pull through) from the bay and still had a nice view. This is a nice campground with blacktop roads to get to your site with gravel sites and grass.They have 4 fishing/crabbing piers. One of them was closed due to Hurricane Irene but the other 3 were open. You do not need a license to fish/crab if using their piers. The only down side is that they only allow 2 pets and if you are caught with more than 2 pets they ask you to leave the park with no refund. We will not camp here again due to the pet policy.
This is an A+ park. The sites are extremely large. They are probably about 36 deep by 40 wide. The office staff was extremely helpful. They roads are blacktop and the sites are gravel with plenty of grass. Every site has a picnic table and a fire ring. There are some trees. They also have a parking lot one block from the ocean for their customers to park in free of charge. This was a real plus if you are going to the beach. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park. We had a waterfront site and the sites are large enough that you are not sitting on top of your neighbor. The fishing/crabbing is a plus and you just fill out a 3 x 5 card and they pay for your fishing/crabbing license which I thought was nice. We had a pull through site and cable TV. This place is extremely pet friendly. The only down fall is that it is all dirt roads but the sites are packed down and you do have some grass. We will camp here again.
This campground sits right along highway 10 so you get some highway noise. It sits right on the Turtle Bayou and is a great fishing spot. We could not get any TV channels in, but that's why you camp: to get outdoors. This is a little campground that you can do that in. We would stay here again.
This is a very friendly park. We camp here back and forth to the RGV. Upon arrival they give you a pair of gloves to dump your tank and if you have pets they give you dog bones for your pets. They take you to your site and wash down the water nozzle for you with bleach so it is clean, then they give you a thank you card for staying with them. If you need any info they are happy to help you. This is a great place to stay and very pet friendly.
We arrived here with no reservation and they had a spot for us. Matter of fact, they offered us our choice of three different spots. The staff is very friendly and they escort you to your site and then give you a thank you note for staying with them. This is a A+ park and will make a point of staying here again.
This park is about 10 miles off of US-59 but it is well worth the drive. They have full hookup pull through sites and the staff wants you to feel like you are at home. The rest rooms are clean. In any state park in Texas you do not have to have a fishing license to fish which is another plus to this park. We stay here at least two times a year.
We call about an hour before arriving at this campground. When arriving I told the gentlemen that we were Camp Club USA members and he said that I needed to tell him this when I called about an hour before and he would absolutely not give me any type of discount. I ask if I would have just driven in would I get the discount and the gentlemen said "no" that you had to make a reservation and at that time tell him you belonged to the club. We had to sign a waiver about the lake being deep and steep banks with no swimming because his insurance did not cover any accidents. Also, you have very, VERY low water pressure and snowing cable TV. I will not stay here again because there is other campgrounds in the area that have a better attitude and better services.