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Old 09-08-2006, 12:10 PM   #1
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Greetings from New Mexico

Hi,
I am the proud owner of a 19ft Bambi and just finishing up a five month stint
as a volunteer at Conchas Lake state Park here in New Mexico.
Just checking in to say hello.
I am headed to Texas and would welcome some information about good parks
in the PortAransas area.
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Hi Judith, welcome! Very cool that you were able to volunteer for five months - lucky you! Sorry, I don't have any info on parks in Texas, but someone will chime in soon. Happy travels!
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Old 09-08-2006, 12:36 PM   #3
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Judith, Good Luck with your new stint. Sorry to see you leave, that just means one less AS for New Mexico. Sorry, I can't help with Texas either but as big as this site is someone from Texas will be welcoming you to your new home. Enjoy and come back soon, bye.
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Hi Judith, welcome! Very cool that you were able to volunteer for five months - lucky you! Sorry, I don't have any info on parks in Texas, but someone will chime in soon. Happy travels!


Hi,
I enjoyed your photo gallery..now I'm thinking I need a digital camera!
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Old 09-08-2006, 04:31 PM   #5
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Great photo gallery I really enjoyed your pictures
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good parks in Port Aransas area

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Originally Posted by Judith
Hi,
I am the proud owner of a 19ft Bambi and just finishing up a five month stint
as a volunteer at Conchas Lake state Park here in New Mexico.
Just checking in to say hello.
I am headed to Texas and would welcome some information about good parks
in the PortAransas area.
thanks
Judith
Hi Judith,
Here are some suggestions from an Internet search.


Gulf Waters RV Resort Community
5601 Hwy 361
Port Aransas, Texas 78373
Phone: 361-749-8888
[E-Mail] [Website]
RV spaces, average site 46 ft. wide, concrete streets, instant phone, 600 feet of beach!!

On the Beach RV
907 Access Rd. 1A
Port Aransas, Texas 78373
Phone: 361-749-4909
Toll Free: 800-932-6337
[E-Mail] [Website]
59 Beachfront Pull-thoroughs, Full Hook-ups, Cable, Wireless, Laundry, RV Supplies, Trolley

Surfside RV & Resort
P.O. Box 179
1820 11th Street
Port Aransas, Texas 78373
Phone: 361-749-2208
Toll Free: 888-565-5929
[E-Mail] [Website]
45 RV spaces, phone, laundry, cable, trolley On site owner/manager.

Mustang Island State Park

P O Box 326
Port Aransas TX 78373
361/749-5246

Facilities: Facilities near the park headquarters include campsites with water, electricity; shade shelters; and restrooms with showers. Facilities at the north end of the developed area (day-use only) include ample parking, portable toilets, and rinsing showers. Facilities south of the main swimming area include open-beach; primitive campsites (undesignated); widely spaced convenience stations with portable toilets, rinsing showers, and bulk water supply. The first-come, first-served area accommodates about 300 camping units. The 5-mile open beach allows hiking and mountain biking. We recommend calling the park concerning beach conditions (high tides, etc.), which would determine if camping is allowed. Be sure to stop by the Texas State Park Store.
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