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We came for the birds. Found Spoonbills, Ibis, plovers, Herons and few variety of Ducks.
Nice beach however, They had picnic table under a concrete type protection.
The Park Host in the RV was wonderful and took the time to tell us information to improve...More
We reached there early morning for bird activity Beautiful state park and the staff was very helpful too. For the first 15 minutes, our car could enter freely, to see if we want to stay this side of the park for birds or not...that helps...More
The sites are well spaced and pretty level. But you only have to walk around the park to see the destructive nature of the hurricane just off the roadways and camp spaces. It’s crazy to consider what the park went through just a year ago....More
Low hanging tree branches made it stressful navigating through the park. I'm all for conserving trees, but not at the expense of damaging our home. The front desk was a mad race to check-in while people were vying for sites. (They can't upgrade their system...More
Date of experience: January 2019
SarahN4270, Park Ranger at Goose Island State Park, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
I am very sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your stay with us on the Texas coast. Hurricane Harvey removed 25,000 cubic yards of trees from the park, which made many campsites larger and easier to get into, but there are still a...More
The real appeal of Goose Island is water access. It has a good boat launch and fish cleaning station. Also good RV facilities. The Big Tree is pretty impressive and I think worth experiencing. Not much to do of the water.
The park is clean. In November, it is quiet.
The staff are extremely helpful, welcoming and accommodating. The sites are big. Many are quite private. Others are open and would be great if a family or group want separate sites but close visually. The campground...More
The fishing pier and all Bayfront Area campsites (1-44) are closed, due to significant hurricane damage. The Group Rec. Hall is closed through August 2019.
RV sites are quite spacious and well separated from each other. Sites have 50 amp power and water, but no...More
Response from Barbara M | Reviewed this property |
It's still a bit low and narrow getting into the park and makes one a bit nervous. My motor home is about 11 foot high and the height doesn't seem to be a problem but we have been scraped by some of the bushes on the side.