|Middle Lake. The really desirable campsites (not mine) are on it.|
Hookups: 20, 30, and 50 amp, water.
Fire ring: no
Water Access: yes
Dump station: yes
WiFi: yes – 4 out of 4 bars
Level sites: yes
Verizon reception: 4G, 3 out of 4 bars
Millenicom reception: 4 out of 4 bars
There is also an 18 - hole golf course at this park and 5 hiking trails of one mile or so in length.
At $31 a night Gulf State Park is a little more pricey than what I usually expect at state parks but did I mention the $31 also gives access to this?:
|If it wasn't 50 degrees when this was taken I'd be in the water.|
|Hard to believe this is the same body of water as off Galveston!|
Typically, WiFi at parks isn't strong enough to be useable but not at this park. With the 4 out of 4 bars of signal I was able to stream the episodes of The Walking Dead I'd been missing with great performance. My Millenicom data plan is only 20 gigs a month so being able to let it "rest" while at this park was a great plus!
With it's 468 campsites Gulf State Park might be the largest state park I've ever stayed in. It's truly a "full service" park and the beaches alone make it a great camping destination and I'll come back some time when it's warm enough to really use them.
Thanks for reading!