Space Center RV Park

Address: 301 Gulf Fwy S, League City, Texas, 77573-3525, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 301 Gulf Fwy S, League City, is near Johnson Space Center/Space Center Houston, Alley Theatre, and Sesquicentennial Park.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsSpace Center RV Park League City

        Reviewed by deb_jerry

        A tight little RV park that could

        Reviewed Apr 21, 2016
        by (21 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        The streets and spaces in this RV park are a little tight for a 40 Ft diesel pusher with a jeep in tow, but the spaces are nice and the people accommodated a late arrival with no problem. Very accommodating. The location is close to the Space Center and, while there seem to be quite a few long term residents, the evening is quiet and pleasant.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        Reviewed by pete_linda

        Very disappointing.

        Reviewed Feb 18, 2015
        by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

        Very tight spaces. Filled with workers in fifth wheels with big pickup trucks parked halfway in the roadways. Very muddy and dirty. The only discounts they give are Good Sam, but campground was one of the worst we've stayed in. The only redeeming quality was that it is halfway between La Porte and Galveston. We stayed here a week.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Space Center RV Park League City

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from League City

        Houston, we're not Kennedy Space Center

        A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 05, 2015

        ... After the tour we looked at the space artefacts and watched a few movies/documentaries. There isn't as much to see and do at the center compared to Kennedy so we left at about 3pm a little disappointed (spoiled perhaps at going to Kennedy first). For dinner we got some Chinese food and called it a night. The Chinese good wasn't that good - Sam had Mongolian Chicken (lots of onion) and I had sweet and sour pork (too sweet, or not enough sour ...

        On the road again...

        A travel blog entry by jason934 on Oct 04, 2015

        Another drive today, this time to Seabrook which is 20 minutes south of Houston. It was a 4 hour drive and we were surprised by the amount of greenery and trees around during the drive. We expected more sparse areas, desert and brown. The drive took us right through Houston, and it got a little hairy driving through it because of some crazy drivers. Fortunately ...

        The Great Storm

        A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Mar 09, 2014

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... people but they little imagined the severity of the front.
        In the early morning hours of the day the storm hit (8 September 1900) the weather forecaster/announcer (a Mr Cline) woke about 4am with the intuitive feeling that something was wrong. He went outside and saw the water rising and the wind blowing so differently to usual that he jumped on his horse and curricle and rode up and down the beach yelling at people in houses to get out and ...

        Seguin TX to League City TX

        A travel blog entry by davegibson on Aug 22, 2013

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... and standing around that would happen before setting off for the last day's ride at 08:00.

        At 06:45 at the rendezvous/posse up site, Mushroom (Debbie Miler), an ALR from Indiana made a news broadcast to US troops abroad, letting them know that she is an Army veteran and a 2x blue stars mother (1x USMC son & 1xUS Army son) and proceeded to tell them that the Legion Riders are raising monies for the children of ...


        A travel blog entry by nathan.gilpin on Feb 24, 2012

        6 photos

        ... always getting set and the livestock for the next event is getting corralled. Second, between some of the main events like bareback bronc riding, cattle wrestling, and barrel racing they had entertaining little kiddie events. The first was Mutton Bustin' where 4 year old kids dressed in full bull riding protective gear were mounted up on woolly sheep and tried for a 6 second ride - it was pretty funny. The final event of any rodeo is the big bull riding, and being as this rodeo is a ...