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Old 08-27-2016, 04:29 PM   #1
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Where's to camp

Any thoughts on where to camp by corpus Christie Texas. How about acoe

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Old 08-29-2016, 09:17 PM   #2
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You don't say, but... I assume you are in an RV of some sort - not tent camping? Not much in Corpus Christi proper, however there are many options in the area; Rockport and Aransas Pass on the mainland just north of Corpus offer numerous RV parks and resorts, and of course there is Port Aransas on Mustang Island. There is also the Padre Island National Seashore on North Padre Island. My choice is Port Aransas. It's a funky little town with several nice RV parks, lots of night spots, and some really good food, and it's a great fishing spot. Oddly enough, in my opinion, the best food in town is in the numerous bars. If you are into beach camping, get a permit and dry camp right on the beach at the water's edge. Fish the surf, or hire a local captain to take you offshore for deep sea fishing, or fish the Laguna Madre for Redfish and trout.

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We were there in January and stayed at the Sea Breeze in Portland just across the bay from Corpus Christi. It's nice if you can get one of the sites near the front. It's pretty tight in the back.
Well be in the area again next February. Well probably stay in Port Aransas. I'm looking at IB Magee our one of the campgrounds in town.
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