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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpace Center RV Park League City
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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