Do you want to wake up with the sand between your toes? You can do just that when you go camping at the beach right here in Texas. From sleeping in an RV to pitching a tent on the sand, you can choose whatever option best suits your camping style. Check out some of the popular choices and then get ready for a fun-filled, and sun-filled weekend.
Padre Island National Seashore
If you want to be up close and personal to the sand and water, pitch a tent along the Padre Island National Seashore. Keep in mind that the camping spots are first come, first serve, so claim your patch of sand as soon as you arrive. Because you will be about 12 miles from the closest amenities, it is a good idea to bring everything that you need along. Then, choose a campground and settle in for a great weekend.
Pioneer RV Resort
If you prefer to camp with four walls surrounding you, bring your RV to the Pioneer RV Resort. This beachfront RV park has swimming pools, a hot tub, three bathhouses, and a fish cleaning house. It also provides laundry facilities, a game room, Wi-Fi, and cable. The onsite convenience store comes in handy, as does the boardwalk to the beach.
I.B. Magee Beach Park
If you are not sure whether you want RV or primitive camping, you can go to I.B. Magee Beach Park. This park, which is located on Mustang Island in Port Arkansas, has 75 campsites for RVs. However, it also allows primitive camping on the beach. There is a bathhouse and coin operated showers. If you get injured, you can go to the first-aid station that is inside of the office.
Now, you just need a way to haul all of your camping gear to the beach. Mike Shaw Toyota in Robstown, TX has spacious vehicles that are perfect for the job. Regardless if you are a family of two or ten, visit the dealership to find the perfect option for your next adventure.
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