Private Coastal campsite located in Sargent, Texas on Sargent Island for *Fully Self Contained* RV's and Motor Homes and Truck Campers (No Tents or porta pots Please) with a 36' x 50' concrete slab and the following amenities: sewer, water, 20/30 and 50 amp hookups, picnic table, outdoor shower, charcoal grill and fire pit for roasting hot dogs and Smores. Enjoy beautiful s
Private Coastal campsite located in Sargent, Texas on Sargent Island for *Fully Self Contained* RV's and Motor Homes and Truck Campers (No Tents or porta pots Please) with a 36' x 50' concrete slab and the following amenities: sewer, water, 20/30 and 50 amp hookups, picnic table, outdoor shower, charcoal grill and fire pit for roasting hot dogs and Smores. Enjoy beautiful sunrises, swimming, shelling and surf fishing on a secluded beach only steps away and watch barges go by on the Intracoastal Waterway on the opposite side of the street along the San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge. So wildlife watching is a plus.
Price increase to 75.00 per night January 2021
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
BYOB - bring your own boat
Natural features you'll find at Steel Chillin' Campsite in Texas.
The vibe at Steel Chillin' Campsite
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We arrived just a couple of days after Hurricane Hanna but James & Tonie contacted us prior to our trip to let us know everything was still in order but that there may be some debris in the area for clean up.
We were immediately impressed with the spot - it is as-advertised and right on the water. The grounds were a bit soggy, post hurricane, but that didn't present much of a problem. Our shoes got muddy but there is a hose right at the top of the steps from the beach area that took care of that. I think my shoes were cleaner when I left than when I arrived!
The outdoor shower is awesome! The hookups worked great. The outdoor seating is a great touch, as is the picnic table.
I will say that there is quite a bit more traffic than we expected on the road and they don't always go so slow. So be extra careful if you are bringing dogs and small children. This did not deter from our experience at all - everything was great...just something to keep in mind!
We WILL be back. Thanks, James & Tonie. We love your little slice of paradise!
Loved our stay
The campsite was awesome! We loved that it was private and the proximity to the beach. Also perfect for RVs. Full hookups, large concrete pad, charcoal grill, water hose for cleaning sand and an outdoor shower! We will definitely be back! Host were amazing!
Great space and kind hosts!
James and Tonie did a great job designing the space. They were also very kind when we spoke via text. The site was very clean and perfect for us! The water looked like river water, but the beach was empty and the waves make the same sound, no matter the color 😂.
A spacious site, excellent beach
This site exceeded expectations. Large concrete pad with plenty of space for any RV, hookups included. The pad sits on a large lot with a big grassy area. The beach access is excellent. The seawall is not too steep and there is plenty of sandy beachfront in comparison to other areas on the island. We love Sargent and are glad to have found such a great spot.
Right on the water!
Very nice campsite in a cute neighborhood. Site was well appointed with water, sewer, electric, picnic table, wooden seats, and an outdoor shower. All exactly as described by the owners. It was right on the beach, as were all the mosquitos😳, not a fault of the owners! We didn’t think to apply bug spray before setting up camp, totally became a mosquito buffet! When the wind was blowing it was better since those little suckers don’t fly well! We loved the view and enjoyed it both from inside the trailer and outside with our chairs right on the beach. We’re California natives, learned about Texas rocky/shelly beaches this trip which are beer very different than the sandy beaches we grew up with. We grabbed a drink and bite to eat at Hooters which is just before you cross the bridge. We were stuck there when barges were going through so decided to wait it out at the restaurant. Truly a hole in the wall but made a great patty melt, fries, and onion rings.
A super nice spot. We had to leave a day early due to Delta moving in but we had dinner at the Crab Trap and cooked breakfast outside enjoying the beach at the same time! That was my first time seeing the coast of TX.