Port O’Conner RV Park: Your Vacation Destination on Texas’ Gulf Coast!
Texas Gulf Coast RV Parks enjoy a wealth of things to do!
Local Info & Activities
Great Texas Coastal Birding Trails
These trails wind through 308 distinct wildlife-viewing sites, encompassing the entire Texas coastal region (visit website).
Texas Coastal Bend information
The Texas Coastal Bend is one of the most unique vacation spots in the world.
Along the coastline, the communities of Palacios, Port O’Connor, Port Lavaca, Seadrift, Point Comfort, Rockport, Aransas Pass, Port Aransas, Ingleside, Portland and Corpus Christi offer warm coastal waters and cool gulf breezes. The Texas Costal Bend is a pleasant environment for swimming, fishing, birdwatching, dolphin-watching, sailing, surfing, horseback riding or just sunbathing & relaxing (visit website).
The City of Port O’Connor
Port O’Connor, Texas is the “Best Kept Secret on the Texas Gulf Coast.” A real jewel between Galveston and Corpus Christi sporting the finest sportfishing, birding and gulf fun and activities (visit website).
Welcome to Matagorda Island, Texas
Matagorda Island, located on the mid-Texas coast in Calhoun County, is about 38 miles long and averages about 1 1/2 miles in width (visit website).
Presidio La Bahia
Presidio La Bahía is located one mile south of Goliad, Texas on U.S. Highway 183 (77A). Presidio La Bahia was established at this location in 1749, with Mission Espíritu Santo.
It has been owned by the Catholic Church since 1853 and is currently operated by the Catholic Diocese of Victoria, Texas (visit website).
Indianola, Texas 1875
Incorporated as a town in 1853, Indianola’s roots were first set at Indian Point, three miles to the north of Powderhorn Bayou (visit website).
Aransas National Wildlife Refuge Complex
collage of wildlife photos Aransas NWR is one of over 545 National Wildlife Refuges spanning the United States and managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The National Wildlife Refuge System is the only national system of lands dedicated to conserving our wildlife heritage for today and generations yet to come (visit website).
Victoria Symphony Orchestra
Founded in 1974 and incorporated as a non-profit cultural organization in 1976, the Victoria Symphony Society has grown from a small group of local musicians and gifted amateurs to an orchestra that has become known for providing outstanding concerts with professional musicians from around the world.
They offer educational opportunities which foster music appreciation (visit website).
The Port O’Connor Paddling Trail is one of the most beautiful and unknown trails along the Texas coast.
Fisherman, Bird Watchers and Kayakers out for a day enjoy these waters (view press release).