“walk the Gambusia Nature Trail”
Texas Parks and Wildlife was provided $2 million for the recovery of Sea Rim State Park by the 81st Legislature. With these funds, the department has developed a master plan to restore the park in a two phase process. The first phase will include construction of some park facilities over the next two years. In the interim, we have opened the park on a limited basis: Day Use and primitive camping (no electricity available). A permit is required to utilize the park. Activities include camping, wildlife observation, birding, beach combing, walking the Gambusia Nature Trail (a boardwalk through the marsh), canoeing, kayaking, beach swimming, fishing and public waterfowl hunting (in season). The park includes 5 miles of open beach.
Hookups: Water, electric.
Amenities: Outhouse style bathrooms.
Additional Fees: $3/day per person entrance fee.
Hiking: The Gambusia Trail was short, but amazing. There are also kayaking trails, but not much in the way of hiking.
Online Reservation: Yes, but their internet wasn’t working. So we had a few issues.
Wifi / Cell Service: No Wifi and no/poor cell service (Verizon).
Overall Rating: 2/5
Bug invasion kind of ruined experience, but ocean view great
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