I just booked a three-night trip for Lake Corpus Christi for later this month. I love that park. It is close enough to Corpus, that you can take a quick day trip and see the sights there, if you want. I had been there before to tent-camp several years back.
I noticed on the park map that the sites for RVs all looked liked pull-throughs. I called the park, and sure enough they are. My track record with backing anything (even a car) is not that great. Sometimes I can. Sometimes I can't. On some trips, my anxiety about backing in builds up the whole drive. I haven't seen a pull-through I couldn't handle!!!
You must have a SMALL trailer if you haven't found a pull through that you couldn't handle I hate them myself since they seem to have a fondness for placing boulders or trees right at the apex of the curve which is ridiculous for long trailers. When I'm Forced to use them I pull forward and back in.
2011 F-150 HD Ecoboost 3.5 V6. 2550 payload, 17,100 GCVWR - 2004 F-150 HD (Traded after 80,000 towing miles) 2007 Rockwood 8314SS 34' travel trailer
US Govt survey shows three out of four people make up 75% of the total population
Hope you have plans other than using the Lake. A state of Texas website list it only 30 percent full. That is better than where I am at on Medina Lake. Only 22 percent full. Mostly in the river channel.
Yes. It will just be me on this trip, so there won't be any fishing or anything. I usually just hike around the area and take little jaunts to area sights. I took a trip to Lake Buchanan last July. We put me little popup write where the lake was supposed to be. In fact, there was a wall about five feet from us that had a "NO DIVING" sign on. During our stay, the water was at least two football fields of dried mud away!
One benefit to the draught--No problem booking sites at the lakes! I sure hope we bounce back from this soon.
Well, being the fickle person that I am, I changed my mind and decided to go to Goliad State Park. It's 20 miles closer to home, and I have never been there. It's 10 miles farther from Corpus Christi, but I'll probably blow off Corpus and spend most of my time looking at the historic sites in the area. Then I'll take trip to the coast and look for some seafood for dinner on Saturday.