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Magnolia Gardens Park

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· Sheldon, Harris, Texas
200 acres hosted by Andres T.
30 RV/tent sites
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Enjoy the comforts of home—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
Located steps from the San Jacinto River Historic Magnolia Gardens Park. Have your coffee riverside as the steam rises off the warm water. Observing the abundant wildlife. If a secluded GREEN space is what you're looking for, you fond it! Learn more about this land: Located on the sandy beaches of the San Jacinto River, Magnolia Gardens park. We offer a family environment you can picnic, camp, swim, fish, kayak, and rent jet skis. Set up your tent on the beach, or in the wooded areas. You can drive around the property till you find the perfect spot. There are areas near electric plugs 🔌 not Available in all areas of the park. If u wish for secluded camp site. We have plenty of space away from The world. Disconnect to reconnectLocated on the sandy beaches of the San Jacinto River, Magnolia Gardens Park. We offer a family environment you can picnic, camp, swim, fish, kayak, and rent jet skis. Set up your tent on the beach, or in the wooded areas. You can drive around the property till you find the perfect spot. There are areas near electric plugs 🔌 not Available in all areas of the park. If u wish for secluded camp site. We have plenty of space away from the world. Disconnect to reconnect. Also holidays and across the river is an ATV park. Expect loud noise every now and again. At times there is not much noise. There is a train a 1/2 mile down the river. Be sure to ask attendant for camper's wrist band 
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Ash A.recommends
June 2, 2024
Magnolia Gardens Park Camping
Great place! Didn’t have issues contacting anyone for arrival instructions. Called the Google number. Nice lady helped me navigate to get to the correct gate. Very friendly helpful staff! We were able to camp in a secluded area. Definitely plan to go back!
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Kathryn B.
April 22, 2024
Magnolia Gardens Park Camping
Never again lol
Hell no the hosts don’t even reply to your messages.
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Christina V.doesn't recommend
April 21, 2024
Magnolia Gardens Park Camping
I’d like a refund honestly I got there after hours and it seemed very unkempt creepy and confusing. The host was not helpful and I slept at a gas station far away
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Rudy R.recommends
April 21, 2024
Magnolia Gardens Park Camping
We loved the place, it’s so beautiful and the owners were very friendly and nice. The view of the area was outstanding, definitely worth it.
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Nicole A.
April 21, 2024
Magnolia Gardens Park Camping
First time and confuse
Whereas the campsite itself was beautiful and well maintained, It was almost impossible to sleep when someone on a quad kept going back and forth around our site while playing loud country music - long after "quiet hours" and in addition to planes flying overhead. Moreover, somebody bamged on our van in the middle if the night so loudly we thought a twig hit the van. It was unmistakenly a person yet nobody answered and we stayed in the van until daylight. Don't know if that was security but if not, maybe security should patrol more often. If it was, they were rude and we definitely wont be returning. Lastly, the staff was helpful but there wasn't much directions and at one point, a friendly staff asked for our bracelets to show we're paid patrons, however, nothing was given and in fact, nobody asked for our reservation at all. Again, beautiful campsite but our experience was not the best for first timers.
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Brenda S.recommends
April 20, 2024
Magnolia Gardens Park Camping
Beautiful Property!
Beautiful property on the banks of the San Jacinto River. The property is well used, but has trash cans that are emptied regularly and plenty of portapotties. We camped during the week and had the place to ourselves at night. You can hear trains during the night in the distance.
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Sheldon, Harris, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Coahuiltecan, Karankawa, Ishak (Atakapa), Esto’k Gna (Carrizo/Comecrudo), and Akokisa First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Andres T.

Joined in November 2019
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