Majestic Oak RV Resort


$51.75 per night, starting at.

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298 Highway 188, Rockport, TX, 78382


The Majestic Oak RV Resort is located in the beautiful town of Rockport, Texas and is a great spot for a fun and relaxing vacation. Campers can look forward to a number of great attractions just beyond the campground including the beautiful Rockport Beach, Texas Maritime Museum, Rockport Center for the Arts and the Copano Bay State Fishing Pier. There's also Goose Island Park, the popular Aransas Pass, Aquarium at Rockport Harbor, Fulton Mansion State Historic Site, Winery on the Bay and plenty of opportunities for fishing, scenic viewing, kayaking, paddle boarding, boating and sightseeing tours. And of course, travelers can look forward to the excellent local bars, entertainment centers and eateries in the area. It's a great spot for exploring one of Texas' best coastal cities. Amenities at the park include: WIFI, sewerage, water, big rig access and electrical hookups. Hope to see you soon!

 

Total Number of Sites: 150



RV Sites

RV sites feature WIFI, sewerage, water, big rig access and electrical hookups. Sites are also just a short drive from a number of great local attractions like the Rockport Beach, Texas Maritime Museum, Rockport Center for the Arts and the Copano Bay State Fishing Pier. There's also Goose Island Park, the popular Aransas Pass, Aquarium at Rockport Harbor, Fulton Mansion State Historic Site, Winery on the Bay and plenty of opportunities for fishing, scenic viewing, kayaking, paddle boarding, boating and sightseeing tours.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Deluxe RV Site $45.00 $205.00 $370.00 Choose Your Site
Normal RV Site $45.00 $195.00 $350.00 Choose Your Site
Supreme RV Site $45.00 $215.00 $395.00 Choose Your Site

30 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Cable Hookups

Pet Friendly

Sewer Hookups

Water Hookups

WiFi



Swimming Outdoors

Wildlife Viewing







Overall Rating: 3.5


Bryan Underwood

2.0
Yesterday morning I was in the managers office dealing with an issue of my own when a very well-dressed elderly woman entered. She seemed distraught and I had no problem conceding her interruption between myself and the general manager. Her first question was if the general manager could please do something about the standing water in the holes surrounding her camper. The GM quickly replied that she would just have to wait until the water soaked into the ground. The lady explained the mosquitoes had become so bad that her and her husband could hardly come outside, I completely understood, we also have holes, 8"- 10" tall grass (picture included) and mosquito swarms as well. The GM replied that they were short-handed and would get to it when they could. The lady then ask about something that they could put in the standing water to kill the mosquitoes. The GM's answer, "no, we don't have anything like that." The lady replied that Kiefer (manager) had told her that they had some tablets or something that they could use to keep the mosquitoes down. GM's answer was something along the lines of "oh, well, maybe, I'll see." At this point the GM seemed to be getting miffed at this lady that looked like she could be one of our grandmothers going to a formal tea or Church. Now the lady asked if she and her husband (late 60's/early 70's) were to get a shovel and some buckets could they have some of the sand in a pile to fill the holes themselves. I honestly do not remember the GM's response to this because I was so appalled that it was not anything along the lines of "I will come and take care of that for you right now", "if my guys are too busy my husband and I take a few minutes off of infraction patrol and bring sand to fill the holes." Nope, nothing of the sort. I could physically see the ladies shoulders slump as she gave-up and went out the door. Had we been staying one more day I would have bought a shovel and wheelbarrow and done it myself. It is very unfortunate that such a really, really nice place can be destroyed by both the actions and inaction's of one person. The remainder of the staff were great, I feel sorry for them and the guest that are not part of the small group that reports directly to the GM. We were planning on staying through Spring, we left yesterday after one month. I wish the owners would do an "under-cover boss", or contact some of the people who are no longer staying at Majestic Oaks because it could easily be the BEST place by far.

Samantha Lenton

5.0
This RV resort is the cleanest and nicest park in Rockport and we have tried them all just to find this one. The prices are a little higher for long term than the rest but it is well worth the extra dollars.

298 Highway 188, Rockport, TX, 78382