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Located in Jones Creek, Texas, Live Oak RV Park features 30/50 amp sewer and water hookups, back in and pull through sites that are big rig friendly. Our visitors can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, canoeing, kayaking, surfing, wildlife viewing, boating and golf to list a few! If you are trying to escape the loudness of the city life, then this is your spot! Whether its for a night or two, we hope to see you soon!
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The recreational use of ATVs, go-carts, golf-carts, etc. is not permitted.
The recreational use of firearms (including BB guns, air-rifles, and bows and arrows) their open display, and fireworks are not permitted.
Maximum Speed is 5 mph.
Provided for 1 RV and 1 Vehicle. Second vehicles may be permitted, but cannot park or extend into the street or main driveways within the park or on the grass. More than 2 vehicles are permitted only by prior arrangement with management. Live Oak RV Park does not guarantee space for extra vehicles. These vehicles/trailers must be registered and will be parked in designated and numbered parking overflow areas. There will be a $30 per month per vehicle fee. No major auto or other vehicle repair is permitted in the park.
Are permitted and must be registered with park management. Dogs must be on a leash at all times and under control of an individual able to manage the animal. Animals may not be tied or put on a run outside the RV. No more than 2 pets are allowed per site. Cats at the park are inside pets only and are not allowed outside unless on a leash. Guests must pickup and throw away their pet’s waste. Animals shall not disturb other guests with barking or violent behavior. No aggressive/dangerous dog breeds are allowed in the park. (Pit Bulls, Staffordshire Terriers, Doberman Pinschers, Rottweilers, Chows, Great Danes, Presa Canarios, Akitas, Alaskan Malamutes, German Shepherds, Siberian Huskies, Boxers, Wolf-hybrids, or a mix of any of these breeds. Management has the authority to refuse service based on any animal that a guest may have.)
Is home to venomous snakes and occasionally alligators. Please be cautious around the water, especially with small dogs and children.
We know you do too. Remember, no cutting, climbing, driving nails/screws, or attaching objects to trees is permitted. If you find that a limb needs trimming, please contact the staff at Live Oak RV Park and we will be happy to help you.
Recreational fires may not burn on the ground. Instead, all recreational fires must be held in a container such as a cast iron fire pit, chiminea, cement block fire pit, or other similar container, and shall be constantly attended until the fire is extinguished. At least one portable fire extinguisher or other on-site fire-extinguishing equipment, such as dirt, sand, or garden hose, shall be available for immediate use. No recreational fires shall occur during a time in which a county burn ban is in effect for Brazoria County. Cooking fires contained in barbeque grills, barbeque pits, and other open flame cooking devises are allowed.
Not permitted unless needed for power outages or emergencies.
8pm-7am - Because many of our guests must wake up early to get to work, our quiet time does begin early at 8pm. Any noise that is considered annoying or offensive by the park management is not permitted. This would include (but is not limited to) loud music, motorcycles, generators, car mufflers, and barking dogs. Profane language is not permitted.
A deposit of $150 is required at the time of move-in for monthly guests. Deposit refunds will be mailed within 30 days after all bills are reviewed and the site has been inspected.
Due by the 1st or 15th of each month. If payment has not been received by the close of the fifth day, then the guest will pay a late payment penalty charge in the amount of $10 per day until payment is made in full.
Permitted up to 3 days a month. Visitors desiring to stay beyond 3 days are permitted, but are subject to management approval and will be charged an additional fee.
Dial 911 for emergencies requiring fire, police, ambulance or any other emergency response. For non-emergencies, please call the manager at 979.824.8774. If we do not answer, please leave a message and we will return your call. Our normal business hours are 8am to 5pm.
If law enforcement is called for any reason other than for medical or fire emergencies, you will be asked to leave immediately. There will be no refund or pro-rating of your site cost. If we have to discuss your behavior with you, you may be asked to leave.
Live Oak RV Park is in a strong storm and hurricane prone area. A bad storm or a hurricane could happen at anytime with little warning. Please be prepared in the event of a storm warning to secure your trailer and personal property as soon as possible. In the event of a hurricane warning, when Live Oak management or officials require you to evacuate the park, all persons will be required to leave the property and take all personal property including vehicles and trailers with them.
Disorderly conduct, drunkenness, illegal drugs, obscene language, obnoxious, disruptive, and vulgar behavior will not be tolerated. You will be required to leave immediately.
Is at Noon. We kindly request notice before moving out.
Bucket washing is acceptable, and we encourage you to keep your RV clean and in good repair. Please contact Live Oak management if you wish to power-wash your RV. It must be approved.
Must be under a watchful eye of a parent/guardian. You are responsible for their safety and welfare.
The systems have an alarm that can be silenced by flipping the black switch to mute. If alarm sounds after business hours, please flip the switch, and then notify the manager first thing in the morning.
A positive sewer seal is required at both ends and must be maintained at all times. Texas law requires that the sewer hose must be fastened using a connector or a rubber donut.
Are required by law and must not be removed.
Must be coiled, tied, and out of the way of groundskeeping. Clotheslines, electric space heaters, cheater boxes, and pigtails are not allowed. The park is not responsible for any electrical components on RVs.
The dumpster is located near the park entrance. Guests must keep their sites clean, orderly, and free of trash including cigarette butts and animal waste. Failure to do so will result in a cleanup fee of $25 per violation.
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