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Old 01-19-2013, 10:09 PM   #1
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Delleneria RV Park since Friday, great park. Site is on the beach. Would return again for sure. Concrete pads, clean Restrooms, laundry, showers and wifi. Full hookups. Rates $32/night.
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Ride down to the East end and see the RV park down there. It is nice also.

Jamaica Beach RV park is said to be nice. You are not far from the State Park.

Enjoy our area.

How long are you here for?
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Old 01-20-2013, 07:27 PM   #3
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Delleneria RV Park since Friday, great park. Site is on the beach. Would return again for sure. Concrete pads, clean Restrooms, laundry, showers and wifi. Full hookups. Rates $32/night.
First rv park we camped in years ago in a truck camper. Was nice then to.
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You may want to check out this place out as well.

We have stayed here a couple of times and enjoyed it.

Surfside Beach - Texas RV Parks | Surfside Breeze Hotel and RV Park

Galveston State park is nice as well but no Full Hookups.

As Wayne said, enjoy Texas !
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State RV Parks are ok but no sewer and $7 per person per day making the stay same as other parks.
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We have the Texas State park pass so we don't have to pay the per person charge.

The sewer connection is a PITA but we don't stay that long

There are several parks that do have full hook ups though
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Old 01-22-2013, 08:36 AM   #7
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Also enjoy Dellarana but have to wonder why with beach front property all but a few of the sites face away from the water??!!??
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I carry an electrical extension cord and several water hoses. That way I can park the way I want, and I do at Goose Island State park.
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2 weeks ago management at Dellarana denied request to drive front of coach facing the water. Enjoyed the stay anyway. Acutally was so foggy couldn't see the water anyway most of our stay
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Old 02-18-2013, 08:48 PM   #10
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Delleneria RV Park this past week end from Friday - Sunday. Had a spot next to the beach. Friendly people as always, will be looking to stay there again.
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