Offered near the campground.
Mountain bikers can enjoy four miles of trails through dunes and marshes. Journey down the Clapper Rail Loop and take a break a...Read more
Although you can certainly bring the boat out for some cruising in the Gulf of Mexico, your better off sticking to kayaks and c...Read more
Fishermen and fisherwomen are more than welcome at Galveston Island State Park. Freshwater and saltwater fishing are both popul...Read more
With ten trails to choose from, you’ll never finish exploring. Hiking provides the perfect way to see Galveston Island State Pa...Read more
The best way to explore Galveston Island the equestrian way is through Galveston Island Horse and Pony Rides. No matter your le...Read more
With miles and miles of paddling trails to choose from, you can’t go wrong with a paddle in hand. Head to Dana Cove for some sw...Read more
When the weather permits, kiteboarding and windsurfing can be a great way to spend your day by the sea. With so many places to ...Read more
Truth time: Texas is no Hawaii. But that’s no reason why surfers and amateurs alike can’t enjoy themselves at Galveston Island....Read more
Although Galveston Island is a water lover’s paradise, fresh-water swimming opportunities are limited. Your best bet is to head...Read more
In addition to the spectacular bird watching, which includes pelicans, great blue herons, egrets and the famed crested caracara...Read more
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Great breeze in the spring time and not too far from the adorable downtown Galveston area which was totally rebuilt and improved after hurricane Ike. Not too much to do at the campground unless you want to attempt to fly kires or just hang out by the water. It does offer small shade structures which is nice.