Construction Begun on New Texas RV Park

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August 29, 2011 by   - () Leave a Comment

The first phase of construction of the Texas Lakeside RV Resort in Port Lavaca has begun, according to a press release from developer Doug Jensen.

The new park will have more than 94 sites in the first development and initial waterfront and back-in sites should be open by November, the Port Lavaca Wave News reported.

In the last few years Jensen has traveled the state of Texas, speaking with RV park residents, managers, and owners to discover the most-wanted features and seek out bright ideas that will help build "a new generation" RV Park. Additionally, the staff of the Texas Association of Campground Owners (TACO) has provided essential insight to the project.

"This RV park has been engineered and designed with all campers in mind. The resort has been built to achieve the highest ratings from both Good Sam's and Woodall's," Jensen stated in the release. "I'm excited that it's going to help more people discover that Port Lavaca is a great little seaside town with a lot to offer everyone."

A 4,000-square-foot clubhouse with an essentials store, exercise room, media area, and pool tables will be the center hub of the community.

A stocked fishing lake, a swimming pool and hot tub, a walking and jogging track, and several picnic areas and dog runs lead the list of the park's highlights.

Private restrooms and showers, security cameras, two laundry facilities, free W-Fi, and satellite TV are some of the many amenities. The fully fenced and gated resort will feature 24-foot wide concrete roads leading to extra wide and long concrete RV pads that include a small yard space.

All sites will have full hook-ups with water, electric and sewer.

For additional information on Texas Lakeside RV Resort, contact Jensen or visit

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