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23700 San Luis Pass Road
Galveston, TX 77554
409-200-2745
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When you want to spend a long time camping and relaxing, you can enjoy extended stays in Galveston, Texas. At Galveston Island KOA Holiday, you can schedule an extended stay and experience the island's beauty year-round.

Galveston Island on the Gulf Coast is an ideal place for winter Texans to spend their winters, and Galveston Island KOA makes it easy to stay as long as you wish. The longer your stay, the better your rate! While we do get the occasional cold front, Galveston’s winter months are mild in temperature ranging from the upper 40s to the 60s and many locals are guilty of wearing their shorts year-round. And, what does this mean for you? It means this time of year is still a great time to visit and there is plenty to do both on and off the campground. Call 409-200-2745 for monthly rates and reservations.

You could stay at our Galveston Island RV campground in one of our RV Sites or a Deluxe Cabin for your extended stay. We ensure you and your family have a great time when you stay with us, whether it's for a few months over the summer or through the winter. Our campground is across the street from the beach, so you can easily access it whenever you want to visit.

Activities

Onsite amenities include a year-round heated pool, heated lazy river and hot tub, recreation pavilion where we host our social events, fishing in the on-site lake, and so much more! Take advantage of our many amenities when you stay with us during your Galveston Island extended stay.

Local attractions are open year-round and during the winter you will encounter fewer lines and even some discounts. Galveston Island offers some great restaurants and winter Texans know that winter is the best time because of fewer waits for a table.

Great Things to Do on Galveston Island
While you enjoy your Galveston Island vacation at our campground, you can explore the local attractions around the island, too. Explore the great outdoors while on the island, from the beaches to the state park, or wander around downtown and stop into the local shops. Here is a list of local attractions you will not want to miss during your extended stay on Galveston Island.

1. The Beaches
Even if the weather is chilly, the beaches around the island are a great place to relax and soak up the sun. While you may not go for a swim in 50-degree weather, a walk or jog on the beach is an excellent way to enjoy the sand and view.

2. Moody Gardens and Aquarium Pyramid
Visit Moody Gardens and Aquarium Pyramid to see all types of sea creatures, from fish and jellyfish to sharks and even penguins. Wander around the aquarium and learn about the importance of oceans and its inhabitants.

3. Galveston Island State Park
Enjoy the outdoors by visiting Galveston Island State Park to hike, bike, fish or kayak. The park is a great place to embrace nature and have fun outside while the weather is cool.

4. Galveston Island Historic Pier
You could also enjoy a leisurely stroll while shopping and dining at the many shops and restaurants at the Galveston Island Historic Pier. If you want a more thrilling experience, ride on the pier's many amusement park rides. From the rollercoasters to the 5D Theater Ride and spinning teacups, you and your family will have a wonderful time riding all of the rides.

5. Downtown Galveston
Whether you want to shop, dine or check out the local entertainment, you can do it all while visiting downtown Galveston. The downtown area has over 70 blocks full of entertainment attractions, museums, restaurants and shops for you to explore. You could easily spend a couple of days walking around the area just to see everything. If you're more interested in the nightlife, you could visit the downtown area to see how the locals party and have fun once it gets dark.

Book Your Galveston Island Extended Stay Today
When you have an extended stay at Galveston Island KOA Holiday, you have plenty of time to explore the island's attractions and nature. Reserve your stay today!