Texas State Parks


Sea Rim State Park

Sabine Pass, Texas



Beach, Birds, & other Wildlife

A place where the salt water surges in from the Gulf of Mexico and mixes with the fresh water of the swamp lands on the Texas Gulf coast teams with wild life.

Fish in the surf or in the marsh areas. You do not need a license to fish from shore in a state park. There are five miles of beach to camp, fish and explore.

As you move toward the swamp the wild life changes. More birds, fish and alligators.

Do you have a kayak or canoe? Sea Rim has paddling trails. Kayak and canoe rentals? Check with the park.

The real star of the park is the Gulf of Mexico. The water, the surf, and the tide. Whether fishing, swimming or walking the beach. It is the beginning of a great day in Texas.


Resources:

Marsh Unit

  • 1 - Cabin (sleeps 6)

Piping Plover Camping Loop

  • 15 - sites - water/electric

West Beach

  • Primitive Camping Area (check with park for details and restrictions)

East Beach

  • Primitive Camping Area (check with park for details and restrictions)

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RV Camping Area
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*Baird's Sand Piper
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Sanderling