Bay City Holiday RV Park

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1803 Horn Road, Bay City, TX, 77414

The Bay City Holiday RV Park is located in the beautiful town of Bay City and is a great place for a fun yet easy-going Texas vacation. Campers may look forward to nearby attractions such as the Matagorda County Museum, Le Tulle Park and the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail for excellent bird watching, hiking and scenic viewing along with the Matagorda Bay Nature Trail, an excellent spot for nature enthusiasts. Campers can also head to Sargent Shores for a fun day by the water, with plenty of sand and water for boating, fishing and swimming. If Sargent Shores is crowded, there's always the Colorado River, perfect for fishing, kayaking and river rafting along with excellent, golf courses, shops and restaurants for visitors to enjoy local crafts and cuisines. Amenities offered at the park include big rig access, water, sewerage, WiFi and 30/50 amp sites. Whether its for a night or two, we hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 09/01/2021


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1803 Horn Road, Bay City, TX, 77414
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Overall Rating: 3.0


Lorene Mccrary

5.0
Convenient to everything, nice and quit clean park, ๐Ÿ‘ Gorden the Manger great guy, very nice and always so helpful ๐Ÿ˜Š

Matthew Miller

1.0
Short Version: They don't honor reservations even when you call a month ahead and leave them and a hundred dollar deposit. Then they will threaten to tow your RV and sue you for stealing their utilities if you question them about it. Long Version: I had a job down at a chemical plant in Bay City. I called this place and made a reservation for a month. The owner said I had to leave a deposit, so I did. I called a few days ahead of the reservation and asked if I could come in two days early (4-17-19 instead of 4-19-19). They didn't have a problem with it, but when I got there, they didn't have an available RV spot for me. Instead, they took me over to an old run down trailer park down the street. The spot they wanted me to use was a small grassy yard between two trashy trailers where the water didn't work and the sewer lines weren't even buried, and the neighbor's bull dog barks at everything that moves. They said it was only going to be until my original reservation started, then I'd move into the normal RV park. (Bear in mind, the cost of the old run down non-paved trailer park on a poorly maintained dirt road spot costs exactly the same as the normal fully paved spot actually in the RV park that I reserved) A couple of days pass and I ask about moving to the reserved spot, but they tell me the guy who is there wants to stay a few more days, so I'm just going to have to wait longer. A few days later I ask again and am more persistent. I tell them that I made reservations in good faith and paid a deposit to ensure that it was available. They tell me it won't be until another week before I can get the spot I reserved. I told them that I'm not interested in waiting another week for a spot I reserved the previous week and want the spot I reserved and paid for. They refuse and then say that they aren't giving me a refund and are going to tow my RV and call the cops and tell them that I stole services even though they had a deposit and a check for the full month's rent totaling more than a month's rent. Worst RV park management I've ever dealt with, and I don't say that lightly. The on-site "manager" doesn't even get information about reservations. He is just a rent collector.