Weekend Agenda for Family Camping in Galveston – RV Style


Stella Mare means ‘Star of the Sea’ for good reason. If your family loves the beach, the pool, the splash pad, and the hot tub, they’re going to love Stella Mare. We have all those things and more.

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Here’s your perfect summer weekend getaway agenda…


Evening – Breathe in that tangy salt sea air. Walk along the beach. Yes, you are in Heaven. Get settled in and light up that grill!


Morning – Stroll around the beautiful grounds and let your four-legged friends stretch their legs in our two dog parks.

Tour Moody Gardens Aquarium and Discovery Museum – A non-profit tourist hub, inspiring visitors about conservation and wildlife. Visit the aquarium and rainforest pyramids, museum, 3D/4D theaters, paddlewheel boat, rope course, zip line and waterpark.

Afternoon – Water! That’s what you came for, right? Plunge into the pool, let the little ones splash in the Island’s biggest splash pad, or stretch out on the beach and watch the waves roll in.

Evening – I bet it’s movie night at the Clubhouse. Stop on by, it typically starts around 7:00pm.


Morning – Grab coffee and donuts at 8am at the Clubhouse. Go shopping at The Strand – A famed, historic area of town offering shopping, ethnic cuisine and great Gulf seafood. Pier 19, on the bayside boasts the interactive Ocean Star Offshore Energy Center & Museum, while Pier 21 Theater is a must-see. Even more shopping here https://www.stellamarervresort.com/time-for-shopping-in-galveston/

Afternoon – Galveston Island Pleasure Pier – Rides, rollercoasters, and fun for the whole family. Plus fun places to eat and shop.

Evening – Take the family out to dinner at Nick’s Kitchen & Beach Bar. Great food, ocean view, full bar, and over 1000 reviews rate Nick’s Kitchen as ‘excellent’.


Morning – One last tour of Stella Mare and its majestic palm trees, then say farewell to your host and new friends.

On you way home, stop and visit Tall Ship ELISSA –She’s a three-masted merchant sailing vessel built in 1877. As one of the world’s oldest operating sailing hulls, visitors can explore the decks of this floating National Historic Landmark where daring sailors once took on the world’s oceans.

There’s always more to see and do on Galveston Island. So book your next stay at Stella Mare RV Resort today!