Lake Corpus Christi – Subdivision and RV Park
Lake Corpus Christi Subdivision and RV Park, formerly known as Camp Bell Subdivision has been in continuous business since the early 1960’s. Originally developed as long term lease lots, the current owners further developed RV lots for folks interested in shorter term stays by the month or six month renewable terms. The subdivision/park is located in the Lagarto Community ¼ mile from a dead end road making it a low traffic, country like environment. The road ends at the lake. Common feedback provided by guests is how quiet the neighborhood is. LCCS and RV Park is situated on the southwestern portion of the lake in a small cove. Deer can sometime be seen bedding down inside the park or walking through. Migratory green jays, hummingbirds and other bird species are common.
About Lake Corpus Christi Subdivision and Lake Corpus Christi
We have kept the subdivision a simple, non-frills environment that attracts mainly a retired client who appreciates a relatively quiet, simple place to be. With boat ramp and fishing pier, and a lake known for catfish, bass and other species https://tpwd.texas.gov/fishboat/fish/recreational/lakes/corpus_christi, it is a good place for those who enjoy fishing, or simply watching the sun set and/or moon rise over the water.
About Lagarto, Texas
Check out this link on Lagarto’s interesting history: (https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hnl04). With three cemeteries located here, those interested in genealogy may find links to ancestors. Visitors also say they find Indian relics such as arrowheads close to the riverbed when the lake level is low.