Where Gulf Meets Marsh
At the far southeast corner of Texas lies a remote and unique coastal park. Sea Rim State Park has 5.2 miles of Gulf shoreline and 4,000 acres of marshlands.
They have 15 paved water electric sites that cost $20/night.. Make your reservations online early. https://texasstateparks.reserveamerica.com/?_ga=2.171540320.1975275536.1603634150-723072605.1600787622
For those who cannot get reservations here, you can boondock on the beach (check with the park ahead of time to make sure it is not closed for camping because of high tide forecast) or there is a small RV park in Sabine Pass, which is 12 miles down the road.
At this park, you can camp, go birding and beach combing, paddle in a canoe or kayak, swim, fish, hunt (in season) and walk.
Stroll along the Gambusia Nature Trail Boardwalk, which takes you through the marsh.
We will have a sand sculpture art contest, a fishing contest, enjoy evening bonfires on the beach and have a shrimp and crab boil. This park is literally at the end of the road. So bring all the things that you will need. That list should include sun screen, beach chairs, fishing gear, insect repellant, beach toys, etc. Ice can be purchased at the park HQ.