General Campground Information

Visitor Policy

  • Visitors to site must pay a $20 per person daily fee (guest under 2 are free)
  • All guest MUST check in at the office prior to going to site to receive wrist band and pay fee.   
  • Maximum of 4 visitor per site daily. 
  • All daily visitors MUST leave by 10:00 pm
  • Visitor Access to campground amenities (such as pool or lazy river) may be restricted due to maximum occupancy rules.
  • Campground management reserves the right to adjust visitor policy at any time.  Guests found not following campground rules will be asked to leave.  Visitor fees are non-refundable.

Campground Etiquette

Quiet Time Means Quiet Time: Seems simple, but it can be the Number One complaint of many campers. That doesn't mean you can't enjoy a late-night campfire. Just be sure it doesn't come along with screaming kids, loud laughter and blasting tunes.Respect Other Campers' Space: A campsite is just like your home's yard. Don't walk through others' camping space, and coach your kids to do the same.Keep It Slow: Campgrounds are typically full of kids on bikes and folks walking dogs.  Be sure to keep to the slow posted speed limit.Control the Kids: Show your kids the boundaries of your campsite, and respect those of others. Keep their bikes off roadways when not in use. Send them to the playground for noisy games.Share the Wi-Fi: While out campground has free Wi-Fi, but please remember you're at the beach and Wi-Fi here will be different that your home connection.  A quick email or Facebook post is great, but this may not be the best place to stream movies 24/7.  Wi-Fi upgrades are available if you just can't do without your Netflix. ?? You're outside. Go enjoy it!Take Care of Your Pets: Our campgrounds require all pets be on a leash at all times, except when using our Kamp K9 Pet parks. Owners need to clean up after their pets throughout the campground, and control excessive barking.The Golden Rule Still Works: It's still as simple as “do unto others…” If you're an experienced camper, help those less experience when you can. It will add to the enjoyment for both parties, and you'll experience one of the best things about camping.

Check-in and Check-out times RV Sites

Check-in is at 1:00pm and Check-out is at 11:00am

Check-in and Check-out times Deluxe Cabins

Check-in is at 3:00pm and Check-out is at 11:00am

Vehicle Policy

  • Each site is permitted 2 Registered Vehicles.
  • Vehicles must be parked on your site and clear of roadways.
  • 1 additional vehicle is permitted per site for a $40 per stay fee and must receive parking pass.  Extra vehicles are not permitted to park on other site. 

Store Hours

The store will be open as follows:
Sunday: 9:00am to 7:00pm
Monday: 9:00am to 7:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am to 7:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am to 7:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am to 7:00pm
Friday: 9:00am to 9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 9:00pm

Pool Hours

Pool Opens at 8:00am and closes at 9:00pm

Quiet Hours

So everyone can maximize their enjoyment here, quiet hours are from 10 pm to 7 am. Music or other noise must not travel outside your designated site.

Garbage Policy

Help us keep this campground clean.  We ask that you kindly bring your garbage to the blue dumpsters to discard.  Dumpsters are conveniently located next to Kamp K9 and near the Maintenance Garage.  There will be no garbage pick up at your site.  In addition please do not leave garbage bags outside overnight or for extended periods of time due to seagulls and winds.

Wind advisory

Galveston is know for it's beautiful breezes.  Please be sure to secure your belongings overnight or when leaving your site as these winds can pick up and take your belongings for an unintended trip across the campground and beyond.

Pet Policy

We love pets! We do ask that you please keep your pet on a leash at all times. Never leave your pet unattended at your site. Please pick up after your pet, pet waste stations are located throughout the campground.

WiFi

We do offer free, basic WiFi throughout the campground.

Meet Your Hosts

Tammy & Marc Hollander

Happy camping!

Tammy Hollander and her husband Marc took an interesting path to their jobs at Galveston Island KOA.  They met in the music industry, then decided snow was no longer their friend and moved from the Midwest to the Florida Keys.  Hurricane Irma brought them to the Orlando / Kissimmee KOA Holiday where they assisted in clean up. This led to their jobs with Kampgrounds of America, Inc.  Tammy and Marc look forward to meeting new guests and getting involved in the Galveston community.