Nueces County

Nueces County is located in southern Texas and named after the Nueces River, which runs through central and southern Texas into the Gulf of Mexico. Glamping in Nueces County is the ideal Texan getaway for guests looking for coastal parks with plenty of beaches upon which to relax, exercise, and explore. Go swimming and surfing at Padre Balli Park, hiking and fishing at Lighthouse Lakes Park, feeling the sand between your toes at I.B. Magee Beach Park, and kayaking at Packery Channel Park. The city of Corpus Christi is the county seat of Nueces County; situated on the coastline in the Corpus Christi Bay in the Gulf, it’s no wonder that the Port of Corpus Christi is the fifth largest in the country. Glampers will have a blast exploring Corpus Christi, from the Padre Island National Seashore and a historical visit to the U.S.S. Lexington to watching the sun set from Malaquite Beach and a trip to the South Texas Botanical Gardens and Nature Center. Luxury camping in Nueces County not only allows you to see more of southern Texas’ natural side, but also a taste of delicious, fresh seafood straight from the Gulf, as well as dabbling in authentic Texan barbecue dishes.