Campeche' Cove Homeowners can and will enjoy the peaceful setting at the park and playground overlooking the private lake.
This area is a perfect setting for friend & family gatherings, bird watching, and just enjoying a relaxing moment while getting a view of the natural fed waters of the lake nestled within our neighborhood.
As a reminder, this is a natural setting and wildlife may be present in the waters and surrounding areas.
Residents should be aware and attentive if in the water or when using any of the outdoor spaces.
CCHOA Park & Pergola
Residents can enjoy the manicured park area complete with Pergola with a picnic table & benches. A playground and tennis courts as well as a non- motorized boat launch is also available.
A peaceful setting on beautiful Galveston Island, secluded and relaxing for all of our residents enjoyment.
Campeche` Cove Lake
The lake in the Campeche` Cove neighborhood is accessible for all residents. We do want to remind all residents to swim and boat with caution as there may be wildlife present as the waters are fed by the bay.
Campeche` Cove Homeowners Association
- Swim at Own Risk- No Lifeguard on Duty!
- No Motorized Vehicles in Water!
- Wildlife may be present in and around the neighborhood, including the lake and park. Use caution when swimming or boating. Galveston Island is known for many species of wildlife including birds, alligators, snakes, coyotes, Portuguese man of war, sharks, jelly fish and sting rays to name several. Always use caution when in the water or around any open areas.
- To report any nuisance wildlife, please contact Texas Parks & Wildlife.
- Children should always be supervised.
- The Campeche` Cove Homeowner Association amenities are for homeowners use only.
- Quiet hours are between 10pm and 6am. Please be respectful of your neighbors.
- No loud music, obnoxious behavior, etc... will be allowed on any public grounds.
- Pets must remain on a leash and be supervised.
- Remember to pick up after your pets.
- The Campeche` Cove Homeowners Association is not responsible for accidents in the neighborhood or bodies of water.
- For emergencies dial 9-1-1