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There is a shortage of accommodations in Pt A this year. Thanks Harvey. We must think outside the box when staying on the island. This place does it. Great amenities. Bed is very comfortable and lots of fluffy pillows. Cold a.c. with remote control. Makes...More
Camp Coyoacon is likely the most difficult review I’ve faced for a number of reasons. First off, lodging is inside basic safari style tents, the prices very reasonable, easy access to the best portions of Port Aransas & its beaches, clean, comfortable, welcoming, and a...More
I went midweek with a friend for a quick get away. We were one of just three or four guests on property and were so impressed!
They really thought of everything even down to having some kitchen supplies available for quick snack making, coffee machine,...More
We stayed at Camp Coyoacan for a long weekend during the Whooping Crane Festival. It is the perfect spot: clean, charming, and comfortable, in walking distance to restaurants and close to the beach. The owners and management are superfriendly and helpful. We loved it and...More
We stayed at Camp Coyoacan in a Yurt during August 2017. It was extremely comfortable and clean and the amenities were fantastic. It is in a fantastic location and very close to the beach. We hired body boards and planned to hire more but because...More
There are several well appointed restrooms with a toilet, shower, and vanity area. They are communal and not attached to your tent, but they are all separate and for use by a single person at a time. The door can be locked... More
There are several well appointed restrooms with a toilet, shower, and vanity area. They are communal and not attached to your tent, but they are all separate and for use by a single person at a time. The door can be locked, so when you're in there it's completely private. I don't have a picture of the shower head, but I recall it was just a normal hotel shower head. Restrooms were very clean.