Current use is an RV park; however, this waterfront location with 425’ of frontage on Redfish Bay (a portion is submerged, extending apx 150’ into the bay, marked by posts), has enormous potential as a fish camp/kayak launch, OR could become part of one of the largest blocks of available multi-modal land (rail/highway/ICW) within close proximity to the third largest port in the US, Port Corpus Christi, and apx 7-9 NM from the CC ship channel & La Quinta terminal. Property is adjacent to more than 603 acres of land to the south, extending from Marshall’s Landing to the NGL plant at the AP city limit. The property is served by AP city water, with an aerobic mound system installed in 2013. Currently comprises 12 RV pads over concrete w/100-amp service to each, with LED lighting in place. Concrete is reported to be poured to 5000psi specs. A rare fee-simple property boundary extends all the way to 35, across the RR tracks.