We had a hard time getting a site two months in advance. Minimum duration for a reserved spot is one week. We arrived on Monday afternoon. About one in ten sites was actually occupied by people. Most had RV and boat and tarp frames over tables. Most sites look like they are permanently occupied. On Friday nite all the people came back. The slide out on our RV was about 6" from our neighbor's picnic table where they partied until 12.30 am.
The power went out for the entire park early on the morning we left.
I will go back but will absolutely avoid the smaller sites - look close on the map they are obvious. Book far in advance.
I heard they will bulldoze the RV park and it turn it into something more profitable. It makes sense because it currently is a weekend getaway/RV storage lot for those lucky enough to get a site.
The beach is great. Water temperature is about 10 degrees cooler than it is up the coast. By far the best in Texas.
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