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The best beach for camping on this journey up to now. It is as nice as beach camping at Padre Island. Very clean, fine sand, smooth waves, very quiet. We had 3 miles of beach for us. Driving is no problem for a 2 WD vehicle.
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il y a plusieurs entrées mais aucune ne correspond au point gps. venant de l'est la première est juste avant une maison à environ 1 Mile.
chaque entrée à une grande pancarte avec les recommandations de l'organisme de protection.de la nature qui gere la plage
Turn right when you get to the beach. Sign with rules at the end of the road. Excellent beach camping. Very small amount of traffic. No garbage bins. Sand is hard , no difficulty driving on it. Perfect.Report Check-In
Amazing place to stay for the night! Plenty of space and our dog loved running around on the beach. It was cold enough that we didn’t have to worry about mosquitos. We were able to set up our GoPro and get some great Timelapse videos of the stars and the sunrise. We will def be back!Report Check-In
Nice mostly flat beach. Not as nice as Padre Island national seashore (where we came from). Good FREE overnight option as you head up or down the 3rd coast. Was pretty silent after 10pm.Report Check-In
Beach was fairly narrow and we had to try a few different spots before we found one where we would be safe from high tide. There were a few others visiting during the day but no campers.Report Check-In
Make sure you're at the right spot! Camping is not permitted everywhere on that beach and day parking is allowed near the village but with a permit. BUT if you continue further north-east on the beach, beyond the wood poles, you're OK. No entrance where camping is permitted though, drive maybe 300 feet north-east. Here more info I found on Surfside's beach rules webpage "Camping is not permitted on the beach within the Village of Surfside Beach boundaries. Camping is permitted on the county beach located east of the city limits at Beach Access Entrance 1, located 3.0 miles east of Highway 332 on County Road 257 (Bluewater Highway)."
Check on the Surfside's website to make sure rules didn't change : http://www.surfsidetx.org/page/city.beach_rules
A lot of mosquitoes when we were there.Report Check-In