Stay at one of 15 campsites with utilities or in our cabin. We also offer primitive camping on the beach.
We camped on the beach. It was pretty nifty! Sparse of people. Got to watch the sunrise and sunset. Not too much to do here though, other than beach activities. This place was recommended by a friend, and I enjoyed my stay.
We stayed here for a few nights and enjoyed it. Unfortunately tropical storm Imelda flooded the marshes so we didn't get to kayak. The beach was clean and nice and the campsites are close. The only downside is the mosquitoes!! Bug spray is a must!
This location is close and convenient and one of our favorite spots! Admission for primitive camping is under $20. You WILL need mosquito repellant and the beach is fairly clean. The bathroom is a simple hole in the ground, similar to a port a potty and there are no showers on site.
Get bug spray from office ..PRIOR TO DOING ANYTHING!
We love camping here. The last time we camped we did so in primitive tent camping. The area was clean and everything was as it was supposed to be. Love being able to camp right on the beach.
Sea Rim State Park is a strange but nice place. Having to pass by the refinery on the way in to the state park, the campgrounds make up for it by being right along the water with every camping necessity for a night on the beach!
Not too bad all around. My family just stayed here for a night when we we're passing though, but it seemed pretty nice. The sunset on the beach was awesome. We stayed in an RV site, but it seemed like they had some little sites right on the beach to stay in too.
The fishing in this area is great, and the kayaking as well. Seemed like a neat little place.
Before Hurricane Rita, there used to be a wildlife center here. Now theres just a pier and a shack. Careful parking because the light sand will leave you stuck. Its a typical Texas beach. The summer drought has left the nature walk dry and without nature. Hopefully the recent rains will fill it back in and the gators will return.
wonderfully different!! beautiful beach, but even better is the 2 mile paddle to a secluded, floating campsite, with fish, jumping shrimp, birding, and a gorgeous sunset….just watch out for the mosquitos!! (Be prepared to bring or purchase a bucket and waste bag, there is a built in privacy area on the raft to create a toilet)
We camped here last week right off the beach. They had the BEST staff. Clean facilities. Tons of privacy. Storms came in and left it was beautiful.