March 6, 2019 - reviewed by TwoTsinaPod
Where the refuge meets The sea... quiet, large level lots just a sand dune away from the Gulf of Mexico! So many interesting shells! Beautiful sunrise and sunset! Drive on the beach!
The bathroom is just a port o potty with cement walls....no lights.
FYI...the closest gas station is over 20 miles away until Sabine Pass gets renewed approval to open their gas tanks up again.
January 21, 2019 - reviewed by Asmalltrailer
Beautiful windswept beach
Stayed in pull-thru site with water and electric. Spacious sites, all have a picnic table and pole with hooks.
Beach is hard pack sand and very clean. No trash on beach or high water line. Lots of birds.
It is remote and that is part of its charm.
February 17, 2018 - reviewed by Iwearans
Beautiful park. The officer at the park office was very friendly, knowledgeable, and professional. Parking on the beach was easy and I would have loved to stay longer than I did but the mosquitoes were so maddening that I had to leave shortly after 10pm. Great place to stay if you're prepared and have 2 gallons of DET.
January 13, 2018 - reviewed by Holly
Small park but we were delighted to have a pull through spot for a few days. The beach was great for shelling. Sanibel Island skunks me all the time but I had fun here finding shells and drift wood. The boardwalk trail over the water is a LONG hike and we loved it. Lots of birds to see there. We enjoyed our stay immensely.
July 22, 2017 - reviewed by Monique
Not One of Our Favorites
It's okay at best. To get here you have to drive through several chemical plants and you can see the flares at night. There are lots of mosquitoes and the beach is filthy. Other State Parks have very clean beaches. Not sure why this one doesn't.
May 3, 2017 - reviewed by Eddie
We stayed midweek, had lots of quiet. Pelicans, shore birds, raccoons etc. No mosquitoes. Apparently they primarily appear after heavy rains spring and fall. One boardwalk to ocean and another 3/4 mile across the wetland. Well worth the money.
March 18, 2017 - reviewed by M Allen
Beach & Boardwalk
Entry fee then $15 for power site or $10 for on the sand primitive near to eco toilet. No mosquitoes and lots of shells.
December 25, 2016 - reviewed by McBride
Sea Rim State Park Tx
Stayed here Dec 23 2016, awesome day use park, beautiful beaches BUT be forewarned mosquitoes are really bad as in drive us inside all night . But the park itself is gorgeous