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Welcome to High Island RV Park

Reserve Today and Enjoy Your Stay

We are a small RV Park in High Island Texas on Bolivar Peninsula.
We are located 17 mi. South of Winnie on hwy 124, and 28 mi.
East on hwy 87 after the relaxing free ferry ride out of Galveston. We have 25 sites for you to park on concrete, with Free Wifi and Free Ice, Bar-B-q pits and tables, shower, Laundry. Great Bird
Sanctuary. Where you can walk in the woods’
And see gator's, Birds, turtles. and many other
Thing,

So come and see us.

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Rates for pads $35 a day over 4 people $5 per person
Weekly $225 Monthly $375
 
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Waterfront RV rentals

Everything That You Need

High Island RV Park was founded by like minded entrepreneurs, people who share a passion for traveling and exploring. Service, design and simplicity are at our core; when you book with us, you’re guaranteed to have an extraordinary experience.

We offer Site parking 


From the moment you pull in you’ll feel High Island RV Park hospitality..

 

We’re Here for You

With 27 miles of East Galveston Bay shoreline along the Bolivar Peninsula, Crystal Beach Fishing Guides & Charters offers fully guided bay fishing trips in Galveston Bay. With 28+ years of experience, our guides focus on your group’s individual fishing needs to ensure an enjoyable fishing trip to make memories of a lifetime.
We take pride in saying we are a kid friendly guide service and we will cater to your family’s needs. Crystal Beach Fishing also offers corporate trips and multi-boat parties. Our trips leave from a private dock with private parking and clean restrooms. After your trip, you can sit back and enjoy a cold beverage on our covered deck while your catch is cleaned and bagged.

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Whether your travel plans changed or something else came up, High Island RV Park provides you with the flexibility you need. Enjoy our Late Check-Out and other amenities when you decide to stay with us.

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The Rookery at Claybottom Pond in Smith Oaks is a part of a pond started in 1936 when dirt was needed for the railway bridge over the new Intracoastal Waterway. It also held the water supply for the High Island Community and provided water for the sulfur plant located to the east of the pond. Visitors to the Rookery in High Island’s Smith Oaks get a close look at egrets, herons, cormorants, and spoonbills nesting on the predator-free island from the platform on the northeast side of the pond.
People come from all over the world to experience the spring migration of hundreds of bird species. About 10,000 people from all 50 states and a dozen foreign countries visit Bolivar sanctuaries each year. In this photograph, waterbirds nest on the island in the middle of the pond. Alligators protect the island from raccoons and coyotes

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Bolivar Peninsula, a 20-mile-long stretch of Texan land, is an inshore angler’s paradise. Nestled on the banks of Galveston Bay, looking out onto the Gulf of Mexico, it offers some of the best fishing opportunities in the area. A Bolivar Peninsula fishing trip will leave you wanting more, and luckily, there’s always more fish to catch in these rich waters.
The shallow waters of the bay are a sanctuary for prized inshore game fish. You can expect to reel in Speckled Trout, Redfish, and Flounder, as well as Sheepshead and Black Drum. A half day trip is normally enough time to find some nice specimens, and it will allow you to take your whole family on a fun adventure.
Are you looking for a bigger adrenaline rush? The deep waters of the Gulf are calling your name. Head out to the reefs for some big Snapper, Grouper, and Amberjack, or go further offshore to cast a line for Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Marlin, Sailfish, and many more. A full day trip, or an extended full day, would be your best option if your interests lie in the Gulf.
When it comes to finding a charter, that’s a piece of cake. You’ll find them dotted all along the Bolivar Peninsula, so just head out to the nearest dock and choose. Galveston and Texas City are nearby alternatives with an even wider array of options.https://fishingbooker.com/destinations/location/us/TX/bolivar-peninsula

 

Marie or Rick

1921 4th St, High Island, TX 77623, USA

(409) 286-2294