In National Seashore boundaries, entrance fee is required (Annual National Park Pass gets in no charge) .
Dump station and potable water. We asked the ranger for water when we came back from South Beach and he told us to fill there.
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We filled water a couple times at Malaquite Campground. The Campground was full but there were 4 dump stations and water. Clean, nice area. Close to the Malaquite Visitor Center (get National Park passport stamps there if needed for Padre).Report Check-In
great dump and fill station. two stations with rince water then move forward to fill with clean water.Report Check-In
Station is open, so is campground. You can use the station even if you’re not staying at the campground. There are two potable water hookups, and two non-potable water hookups. Make sure you get the right one.Report Check-In
Two pit toilets here that are open. As long as you have a national parks pass, it's free!Report Check-In
Dump and campground are still closed due to Covid-19. National Seashore beaches are open and no fees at this time.Report Check-In