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Padre Island National Seashore

Padre Island National Seashore, Texas

Are you ready for this? Padre Island National Seashore is the “longest stretch of undeveloped barrier island in the world.” Mic drop. What that means is that with urban sprawl, pollution, and other Read more...
Are you ready for this? Padre Island National Seashore is the “longest stretch of undeveloped barrier island in the world.” Mic drop. What that means is that with urban sprawl, pollution, and other detrimental factors that continue to threaten wildlife, Padre Island remains a place where nature can balance itself, where visiting is like being transported to the past. The park protects 70 miles of coastline, dunes, prairies, is a haven for 380 bird species, and is a safe nesting ground for the Kemp’s ridley sea turtle--one of the most endangered sea turtle species in the world. Plan your trip from late April through mid-July and you just might be fortunate enough to see newly hatched baby turtles released into the wild! Also, if you have more than a weekend on your hands, access is $10 per car, and is good for 7 days. What a deal, right?
South Beach Campground
Lindi
Lindi: We ADORED this National Seashore. A couple of friends and I tent camped here over Spring Break....
North Beach Campground
Elena
Elena: You should go in the summer when they are releasing the baby turtles.
Yarborough Pass Campground
The adventure begins before you even get to your campground! This all-exclusive primitive paradise is...
Malaquite Campground
Kate
Kate: We visited here on 4/27/17 (before the hurricane) There is free beach camping south of the...
Bird Island Basin Campground
Located on the waters of the Laguna Madre, the Bird Island Basin Campground is a great place to...
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Mustang Island Campground
Sarah
Sarah: Mustang Island is a great place for beach camping. They do not have designated sites, you just drive...
Bayfront area Loop Campground
Kirbi
Kirbi: We enjoyed camping here... although we came in August and it was HOT. Would definitely not recommend...
Catfish Cove Campground
Get your tent camping on at Lake Corpus Christi’s southernmost campground. Sites here come with water...
Javelina Campground
If you’re coming to Lake Corpus Christi with a trailer in tow, try to snag a spot at Javelina; the...
Opossum Bend Campground
Stay at Opossum Bend if you’re coming to Lake Corpus Christi to fish; the campground is situated right...
Mesquite Campground
Boaters, rejoice: stay the night at Mesquite Campground and you’ll wake up right next to a boat ramp,...
Wooded Area Loop Campground
Nestled among long-limbed oak trees on the “mainland” side of the park sit 82 campsites in the Wooded...
Bentsen-Rio Grande Primitive Campground
A little exercise will be required to reach these primitive campgrounds located about ¾ of a mile from...
Alamo Beach
J
J: Pitch your tent or park your RV on our land. It's 50'x150 Feet, of grassy pasture, 1 block away from...
Falcon State Park Campground
Among the rolling landscape of mesquite, wild olive and huisache these campgrounds are located not far...
Goliad Campground
Camden
Camden: There's not a whole lot to do in the park it can be walked through in a day but the town has a brewery...
Sponsored Youth Group Campground
Rough it at the youth group camping area on the south side of the lake. The campground can accommodate...
Choke Canyon Campground
Michelle
Michelle: Camped here in early spring on a spur of the moment fishing trip. Found the park to be spacious, quiet...
Oxbow
Davinia
Davinia: Pitch a tent, sit by the river, watch the abundant wildlife. Build a fire totally escape into the...
Lake Casa Blanca Overnight Campground
You have one of the most illustrious choices in the history of humanity ahead of you: sewage or no...
Lake Texana Campground
Are you looking for some shade from the often scorching Texas sun, or do you want to post up camp as...