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Colonia Del Rey, Corpus Christi
The Colonia Del Rey RV Park is located on the Gulf Coast of Texas. With 175 sites, an onsite pool, playground and more, this park is a fantastic option for visitors looking to enjoy the warm waters and recreation of the Texas Coast. Located within a convenient distance of Padre Island National Seashore and Corpus Christi, this RV Park has it all. Be sure to reserve your spot in advance of any visit to this fantastic site.
Beacon 44 RV Park, Port O'Connor
Conveniently located within an easy distance of all of the fun recreational activities at Matagorda Island, as well as the beautiful waters of the Gulf Coast. This RV Park offers visitors 44 sites, with wi-fi, a club house, boat ramp and many more amenities. Visitors to the Matagorda Island should be sure to reserve a site at this fantastic campground ahead of time.
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Big Bend National Park
Located in Southwestern Texas, Big Bend National Park is an amazing place to experience the natural wonders of Texas. You can experience the Chihuahuan Desert and the Rio Grande River as well as other environments. Within Big Bend National Park you can take the Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive, or enjoy the Old Maverick Road. The Castolon HIstoric District has exhibits and some historic adobe buildings. Of course every visitor to the Big Bend National Park should stop at Santa Elena Canyon and go for a float down the Rio Grande.
Guadalupe River State Park
Guadalupe River State Park is located in southeastern Texas and is divided by the Guadalupe River. Visitors to this park will find that it has some of the best access to riverfront. The cool waters of the river make it a fantastic summer destination for water recreation, including canoeing, floating, fishing and more. The park also has plenty of year round recreational activities as well, including hiking and enjoying some of the amazing natural scenery of the park.
Lost Maples State Natural Area
This natural area is a fantastic fall color destination. Lost Maples State Natural Area is named for the stand of Bigtooth Maple, which put on an amazing display of fall colors at the end of October. However, the park is a great year-round destination. Visitors to Lost Maples State Natural Area can enjoy backpacking, birdwatching, swimming, hiking, fishing and more. The park has plenty of marked trails, and rugged terrain that provides excellent views of the natural beauty of the area, especially the maples.
Matagorda Island Wildlife Management Area
Matagorda Island is one of the beautiful offshore barrier islands located on the coast of Texas. The island is 38 miles long and supports a wide variety of wildlife. Visitors to this barrier island should keep an eye out for various migratory birds, white-tailed deer, and many more species of birds and animals. In addition, visitors can enjoy saltwater fishing, birding, and more. Matagorda Island is also home to a lighthouse located on the north end.
Padre Island National Seashore
Padre Island National Seashore is located along the south Texas Coast, and the National Seashore protects the longest undeveloped stretch of barrier island in the world. Visitors can enjoy over 70 miles of sandy beach. These white sand beaches have warm water and nice sandy dunes, great for beach driving, biking, camping, birdwatching, fishing, picnicking, swimming and beachcombing. The beachcombing at Padre Island is particularly good because of the items brought to shore by the currents in the Gulf of Mexico, including seashells and much more. Visitors should be aware that there are strong currents offshore, so care should be taken when swimming.