Kemah RV Resort is located about 2.5 miles from the Kemah boardwalk and roughly 30 miles from Galveston and Houston. The park is not on the freeway or a busy road like some private parks, which means it is quite and peaceful. Another advantage of Kemah RV Resort is that you are minutes away for lots of fun things to see and do. The park is set among some talk oak trees and is clean and well maintained. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
You stay at Kemah because you want to explore the local area -- Kemah, Clear Lake, Seabrook, Galveston, Houston -- and enjoy all the fun things to see and do. On this trip, we spent Friday night enjoying the restaurants and bars on and near the Kemah Boardwalk. Saturday we biked around Kemah and attended the local event which was a street fair with steel drum bands, arts and crafts, and food. Kemah always has some type of activity on the weekends. You can visit Thank God for Weekends to learn more about what all we did on this trip.
You are not going to run out of things to see and do that are nearby Kemah RV Park. Some of the close by attractions include:Johnson Space Center, Kemah Boardwalk, Galveston Island, Moody Gardens, Schlitterbahn Waterparks, Battleship of Texas, San Jacinto Monument, boat tours, Seabrook Waterfront District, Putt Putt, Gulf Greyhound Race Track, Bayou Wildlife Park, Haak Vineyards & Winery, Houston, and on and on and on. You'll run out of money or time before you run out of things to do. For you shoppers there are plenty of smalls shops, the Baybrook Mall, and Wal-Mart nearby. Visit the following on Texas Outside to get more details about Houston, Galveston, and soon you'll find information on Bay Area Houston. You can find the local golf courses by clicking here.