Generally, where there is a good fishing destination, there will most likely be an RV park nearby. Whether you're an experienced angler or a weekend warrior, adding a fishing trip to your RV vacation is always a good idea. If you have an RV, there's no need to spend money on a hotel. Pick a spot close to the water you want to fish, and head out on your adventure!
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Next time you head out for a tour in your RV, make sure to pack your fishing pole, or reserve a guide to show you the ropes. If you're just wetting a line in a local lake, or heading out for a full day fishing trip on a charter, there's no better way to fully experience your destination.
When you have an RV, possibilities are endless. Just picture booking 3 or 4 trips down the coast and fishing in a different spot every other day. No need to break the bank on hotels, and you can move at your own pace. Fish one day, relax the next, and then move on to a new location!
Summer Breeze RV Resort in Katy is a great example of an RV park with easy access to numerous different fishing spots. There are multiple lakes around Houston with quality guides ready to help you catch that big one. Galveston Bay, Freeport, and Matagorda are all within a couple miles of Katy, and they possess world-class fisheries with endless honey holes.
Summer Breeze would also be a great location to plan a trip on the Brazos River to catch bass and sunfish. If you've ever wanted to try kayak fishing, this is the place to do it!
Packed with amenities, Summer Breeze offers 214 sites with full hook-ups, friendly staff, and 33 acres of lush grounds. Visitors enjoy a year-round heated pool and hot tub, outstanding internet service, a fitness center, and much more.
Located in the small, country town of Brookshire, Summer Breeze offers a serene setting with easy access to both small-town Texas charm and the metropolitan excitement of Houston.
Summer Breeze RV resort is located just eight miles from the town of Katy. First settled back in 1872, this railroad town grew into a community of families, home to agriculture and gas fields.
Katy embraces its history with historical markers, which guide visitors on walking or driving tours of historic homes and buildings. Home to about 20,000 residents, this charming small town boasts four museums celebrating the history of the area.
Katy is also home to lovely, well-tended parks and plentiful green space in its beautiful neighborhoods. Residents and visitors enjoy many shopping and dining choices and a range of businesses call Katy home. It’s a vibrant small community.
For the angler in the family, Katy is home to Angler's Anonymous, a local veteran owned tackle shop, as well as a Texas-sized Bass Pro Shops.
Less than 30 miles from Houston, Katy offers the best of both worlds. A close-knit community with local business, attractions, and culture just a short drive from a major metropolitan area is a dream for families, young professionals, and retirees.
A long term stay at Summer Breeze allows guests to experience everything Katy has to offer, from community events to local shops and restaurants. The additional amenities available at the RV resort offer guests the opportunity to feel at home in two communities - the friendly, spacious resort and the charming small town just minutes away.
Long Term RV Resort Living Choosing a long term stay at Summer Breeze offers the freedom of RV resort living and the opportunity to become part of the community in Katy. With practical amenities like laundry and easy access to fuel and other RV needs, guests can make Summer Breeze - and Katy - home for as long as they choose to stay.
Enjoying the serenity of the country at Summer Breeze and the charm of a Texas small town in Katy is an ideal way to make the most of RV resort living.
Updated on May 24, 2023
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