My favorite family camping tent in Texas, is a national protected big fish. This is not recommended for the hearts, as this is a primitive camping experience. The park is divided into different units and units in Preserve Do Not Allow camping. A list of camping units available from the Big Thicket National Preserve visitor center, which is open daily except national holidays, is available.
Before camping, a Backcountry permit is required and can be obtained from the same center located eight miles north of Kountze, TX on FM 420. There are camping regulations in this reserve, which must be fully adhered to. May be informed, when applying for a backcountry permit.
As I said before, this is considered primitive camping, and you can expect any of the usual amenities found in other camps. The camp shovel is one of the necessities for this family campaign. Open fires are permitted in open areas for camping, but strict rules of fire must be followed, which were presented in a previous article.
It should also be remembered that you can not leave garbage or garbage in the camp and must be overcrowded.
After that, let's go to one of my other favorite preferences. As you know from Louisiana, I love seafood. So we will check the Gulf Coast at Galveston Island Public Park. I love sea, sun, seafood and sand, so this is one of my favorites.
I love this park as it has 36 locations facing the Gulf beach and suitable for tents and / or RV. Each location has amenities such as water, electricity, ground fire rings and a table. There are even toilets and showers available in the allocated areas. This place is ideal for an Expedition camping family for beginners or families who just want to get a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the family home. There are also only 10 camping sites for a tent on the bay side. They have water loops, table and ground, but no electricity.
Fishing is perfect in the area and can be enjoyed by the entire family (temporary fishing licenses can be purchased locally or online). I love this camp because I can get out and catch the fish chaos and bring them to camp, feed and feed the family.
There are two ways to reach the Galveston Public Park. My favorite is to travel on Highway 82 after leaving the house and follow the coast of Louisiana. I love this road, even with ferry crossings, because you get to see animals and wildlife in southwestern Louisiana. I can stay on the same highway all the way to Winnie, Texas. From there I head south to Galveston. After passing Winnie, Texas and traveling for about 25 miles, you can follow the Texas Gulf Coastline along the route to Galveston Ferry Island.
The other way is to drive west on Interstate 10 to Interstate 45 and head to Galveston. Needless to say I prefer to see the nature of the fighting with cars on the busy highway.
That's all I can cover in this article. I will write the following camping in West Texas, South Texas and North Texas.