Corpus Christi, Texas Senior Mobile Home Resorts

by Ann Goering
Seniors can find a mobile home resort near the beach in Corpus Christi.

Seniors can find a mobile home resort near the beach in Corpus Christi.

Corpus Christi is a southern Texas town on the Gulf Coast. Close to Port Aransas and Padre Island, Corpus Christi has the convenience of a city with the peace and solitude of the Texas shore. There are dozens of mobile home and RV parks to choose from when looking for lodging in Corpus Christi, which can accommodate you for a night, a week, a month or permanently. Many RV parks and mobile home resorts are combined.

Misty Winds

Misty Winds is a 344-site mobile-home park in Corpus Christi. Built in 1984, the park has a clubhouse, pool, playground, recreational facilities and sidewalks. Misty Winds has a peaceful, classy, park-like setting, and could be ideal for a senior looking for a mobile-home resort. Misty Winds 5902 Ayers Street Corpus Christi TX 78415 361-853-7648

Marina Village RV & Mobile Home Park

Marina Village is a 55-plus senior park with full hookups and trees on nearly every site. A swimming pool, gazebo, bathhouse, activity center, and laundry house round out the facility. Activities and get-togethers help residents get to know one another. Individuals can be residents for a night or permanently. Marina Village RV & Mobile Home Park 229 Nas Drive Corpus Christi, TX 78418 361-937-2560

Laguna Shore Village

Laguna Shore Village caters specifically to seniors and is situated just across the road from Laguna Madre, a large shallow body of water that separates Padre Island from the Texas coast. The park boasts palm trees and a thriving hibiscus garden, and friendly, hospitable staff. Seniors can park their RV for a night or stay several years in a more permanent structure. Laguna Shore Village 3828 Laguna Shore Rd. Corpus Christi, TX 78418 888-221-4009

About the Author

Based out of Missouri, Ann Goering has been a published author since 2005. Goering has been the senior editor of two weekly newspapers and is a four-time award winning journalist. She has an Associate of Arts degree in communications and has more than five years of professional experience within the field.

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