Park Center is located in the beautiful town of Port Isabel, Texas and is a great spot for a fun and relaxing vacation. Onsite, travelers can expect great outdoor swimming, boating, wildlife viewing and fishing. Campers can look forward to a number of great attractions just beyond the campground including the beautiful Point Isabel Light, the Boca Chica State Park, Port Isabel Historical Museum and the South Padre Island Golf Club. There's also the Queen Isabella State Fishing Pier, South Bay for excellent fishing and boating, Boca Chica Bay, osprey cruises, sightseeing tours, fishing and boating tours and plenty of local specialty shops and local eateries for visitors to enjoy. Amenities at the park include: a fishing pier, car wash area, laundry facilities, restrooms, showers, recreation room and a boat ramp. Hope to see you soon!
|Options||Starting Daily||Starting Weekly||Starting Monthly|
|K Point Sites||$55.00||$275.00|
|Water Front Sites||$38.00||$193.00|
Each lot is limited to 2 pets max. Pets must be kept on a short leash when outside your residence and should never be left alone to disturb neighbors. When walking pets, keep them off yards, plants, and away from parked vehicles that you pass. Pet excrement must be picked up INSIDE & OUTSIDE of the park by requirement of city ordinance. BARKING DOGS MUST BE CONTROLLED AS IT IS CONSIDERED A NUISANCE TO OTHER TENANTS. See the insert in your welcome packet for more information regarding Port Isabel city ordinance 483-D regarding pets. Failure to comply to city ordinance can result in eviction.
Please park on your own lot at all times. If for any reason you have an excess of vehicles because of visitors, etc., please make arrangements with the office. Parking in the street right-of-way will not be allowed. Please remember to drive within the speed limit of 10mph at all times. Be aware of walkers, bicyclers and children at all times. Violation of this rule by you or your guest(s) can result in immediate eviction; it is your responsibility to inform your guests. Please do not drive through the back of lots where water, sewer, electric, and phone lines are buried.
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