Where the Gulf Meets the 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.
Enjoy a scenic coastal jaunt along the natural beach along the Texas coastline of the Gulf of Mexico and the Sabine Pass waterway. From these beaches you’ll experience exotic birds, fresh and saltwater fish and the state’s densest alligator populations.
Rent a kayak and paddle one of the Park’s trails, from the 1.79-mile easy trail to the 9.59-mile advanced trail. Take a virtual tour with this Interactive Trails Map.
Experience beach side primitive camping, shore and marsh boardwalks, crabbing, fishing and more!
Spend the weekend at Sea Rim State Park’s waterfront cabin. Click here for more information.