Beachfront Trip and Leisure Mecca Coming to the Bolivar Peninsula

HOUSTON, May 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Local developers debut plans for the Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort, a premier RV resort and entertainment hub soon to be the ultimate weekend getaway and first of its kind on the Texas Gulf Coast.

Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort, Crystal Beach, Texas

The brand new 150 acre beachfront resort offers more than 500 RV sites and an unparalleled package of amenities, including a 5 acre entertainment park that is the focal point of the beachfront concert venue that welcomes top entertainers to its lineup all year round. Both locals and travelers will enjoy panoramic water views and the Beach Club’s super-large resort-style pool, which has a swim-up bar and 64 private poolside cabanas. The sheer size of the resort isn’t the only revolutionary aspect of the Bolivar Beach Club, however. Throughout the resort, visitors have access to luxury concert suites, a grass soccer field, a food truck park and a fleet of golf cart rentals. In addition, an expansive clubhouse with the Starfish Bar & Grill and Sugar Shack Candy Shop offers two lakes with water sports for the whole family, from zip lines and water trikes to kayaking and paddling.

“This resort will push the envelope and redefine the RV experience on the Texas Gulf Coast,” he said Brad Ballard, Founder and developer of the Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort. “We want to modernize the RV industry while creating a sandy retreat for our guests to kick back, stick their toes in the sand, have a cold drink and enjoy the beach with family and friends.”

The developers of the Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort envisioned a beach destination that embodies the holiday mood and a timeless coastal feeling. Designed with distinctive ocean tones and sun-bleached natural materials, this beach escape offers a place to waste your day on the town Texas Sun, enjoy live music and feel the sand between your toes. Family-friendly activities, modern amenities and VIP experiences paired with southern hospitality and an American coastal design make this resort on the Texas Gulf Coast something special. The resort is adding modern convenience to the RV industry by introducing app-based customer service to simplify the customer experience with mobile ordering of food, beverages, reservations for amenities, and more.

“Personally, I can’t wait for our guests to explore the beach club and attend live concerts at the amusement park. There is so much to explore on site, and I know families will appreciate all the details that are provided for their vacation We have put so much into this project and I am confident that this resort will bring family and friends together as we dreamed, “he said Minh Tran, Founder of the Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort. “Our families love vacationing in the Bolivar Peninsula, and we wanted to bring something very special to the community and beaches we love.”

The gentle opening of the Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort is planned for autumn 2021. The opening is planned for spring 2022. The resort is expected to employ more than 100 people to complete the on-site staff and will begin recruiting this summer.

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About the Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort
Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort is a beach vacation and entertainment destination that offers an unmatched package of convenience that enhances the RV travel experience. This resort is a mixture of southern hospitality by the sea and tranquility in the backyard. It features sparkling pools, swim-up bars, private VIP cabanas, and live entertainment just steps from the beaches of the Upper Texas Coast. To learn more, visit

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Mecca Espresso Co. nonetheless grinding alongside after 100 years in Tulsa | Leisure

“We had a large grocery section with imported groceries that you couldn’t find in most other stores at the time,” she said. “Things that are everywhere today, like capers, pasta from Italy, real Parmesan and ham, olive oil and special types of vinegar.”

Mecca was also the place where people who wanted to brew beer and wine at home could get their supplies.

“That was a big deal for us for a while,” said Culbreath. “And Charlie was the expert on it. But when he decided to stop working in the store, we gave up. For one thing, beer making was just too hard for the girls who worked for us to carry it around. And then the microbreweries got really strong in Oklahoma. “

The shop had a deli counter where people could order takeaway sandwiches (“We didn’t have any seating in the old shop,” Culbreath said), and installed a special display case for a short time to showcase the work of a local chocolatier.

“Those were really nice chocolates,” said Culbreath. “The only problem was that after a while you got a bit of chocolate and all you could taste was cumin or some other spice that we had ground. The chocolate just seemed to take in everything that was in the air, so we had to stop. “

Today’s Mecca still offers an assortment of cooking utensils, locally produced foods, and a wide variety of home furnishings. The olive oils and vinegars remain popular, and Culbreath said the business has sold more and more teas in recent years.