Corpus Christi, TX RV Rentals and Motorhomes
Information About Corpus Christi, TX
Miles of shore and sights, and plenty of sun, and delightful restaurants are available for you and your family to enjoy in your RV rental. Spend the day being a beach bum, or get active and do some kayaking, or windsurfing, which happens to be the city's favorite pastime, since the Bird Island Basin is one of the best places in the world to practice the sport. Check out the Texas State Aquarium with its Dolphin Bay, a refuge for dolphins unable to survive in the wild. Go to the USS Lexington, one of the most famous aircraft carriers in U.S. naval history. In the evening delight your senses with amazing seafood dinner at any of the fine restaurants. Military personal looking to get some R&R can rent a RV for use on the Naval Air Station RV Park (one of the nicest places to camp in Texas). Get a motorhome rental or trailer and take the family out for a weekend.
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Corpus Christi, TX
You can watch the animals being fed, training sessions, catch a daily dive show and check out the ?hands on? programs with sharks and stingrays. See the dolphins swimming in the underwater room or have a snack or refreshment at the Pepsi Shoreline Grill.
This ship played a significant role in defending the country for nearly 50 years. Today it?s a memorial that also serves as a museum and educational facility. Check out the 3D MEGA theater, flight simulator, the virtual battle stations, or the flight operations tour, and more.
You'll find yourself within the dunes, and with a singular view of the Gulf of Mexico. There are 48 semi-primitive sites, each with shaded structures, picnic tables and grills. If you?re keen, you can camp on the beach or at the campsite.
Laguna Shore Village offers a prime location spot, it?s across the road from the Laguna Madre on the Gulf of Mexico. The camping facilities are top notch, and the site has easy access to local and regional attractions. You?re site will be shaded by palm trees and you'll enjoy a calm and peaceful environment.
A national park with much history and biodiversity, this is a must see while visiting Corpus Christi. The park separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Laguna Madre, this being one of the very few hypersaline lagoons in the world. The park has 70 miles of coastline, dunes, prairies, and wind tidal flats full of life. A nesting ground for Kemp?s ridley sea turtles you can see them hatching as they make their way to the sea, you can also watch over 380 bird species. While here you can learn about the Spanish shipwrecks of 1554.