Meet Will Smith, Your New RV Resort Manager
If you’ve been here before, you know that Stella Mare RV Resort offers stellar accommodations and premium amenities. What you might not have known is that our management team puts a great deal of effort, planning and time into making your Galveston RV Resort experience as fun and memorable as possible.
We’d like to take a moment to welcome and introduce you to our new resort manager, Will Smith, with a little Q&A!
What brought you to Stella Mare and what inspires you to do what you do?
“I was in corporate America for a long time, more than 21 years: 10 years as an executive with Apple, and 11 years with Starbucks managing the New York territory. I was at the resort here and ended up staying the winter. I have been here for just over a year, and have been the resort manager since the end of August.
We have a great team and work really hard to keep our RV resort up to date and clean. We take a lot of pride in what we do. “
What makes Stella Mare a great Galveston Island RV Park?
“Galveston Island is one of the best vacation spots in all of Texas. But Stella Mare is bordered by the bay, behind the park, and the ocean to the front. Our amenities make us unique; like the gulf and bay views, two dog parks, and so much more. You can always find something fun to do; there’s fishing, sky-diving, jet-skiing, amazing restaurants, museums, hiking, and more.
Our resort covers 25 acres of prime real estate, has nearly 200 concrete sites that will accommodate an RV and two vehicles. We also have 100 extra-long pull through spaces, 17 premier spaces, and 78 back-in spaces.“
How would you describe the Galveston RV resort to a newcomer?
“Our RV resort is a great introduction to the RV experience. There’s something for everybody at Stella Mare. The level of community engagement here is impressive. We encourage our guests to explore the island and immerse themselves in the best island hospitality Galveston has to offer. You’ll never run out of fun things to do and you’ll likely never want to leave.”