99 Best Beaches of Texas (Page 2 of 4)
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Nice little park with much shade to help you escape the heat. The bottom is rocky. Popular scuba diving area with deep waters. No glass permitted. Limited amenities.
The beach is locally-friendly rather than for tourists. Small parking lot and absence of amenities turns it into an authentic place. The city life escape.
Great option for RV-camping. Provides water and electric hookups, and other amenities. Some spots are lakefront and allow you to see spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Beautiful, quiet beach located close to the city. Camping sites are different, depend on the price. Hiking and motorcycle trails offer active recreation. Pet-friendly.
Outdoor recreation includes boats, kayaks, canoes, paddleboards rent. Pet-friendly with an area for playing unleashed. Clean water will make your swimming enjoyable.
Small cozy beach on a private territory. Often booked for events, it's better to double check. Slides, playgrounds and a few restaurants are on site. Off-site parking.
Famous tourist destination with lots of parks and beaches. Limestone bottom and shining waters are impressive and perfect for photographing. Plenty businesses nearby.
Favorite spot of many, the park has three different areas. Fishing, swimming, rock climbing are known activities here. Various flora and fauna. No businesses around.
Man-made swimming hole, it gets crowded sometimes. Parking is limited, but street parking is available. No food allowed. Provides movie nights right at the water!
Located in a spectacular nature area, well-kept beach. Easily accessible. Features a designated swimming place. Gets easily crowded. Has no shades, so bring umbrellas.
Beautiful nature and lots of activities like tubing and paddling make this park very popular. Strong current, swimming shoes are recommended. Fishing gear rentals.
Remote and uncrowded beach with drive-on sand. Relaxing atmosphere, clean sand and warm water. Shopping might be difficult so make sure you took everything needed.
Popular place for recreation for such activities like swimming, picnicking, kayaking. Gets easily crowded. Free parking. Featured with a trail for hiking and biking.
Snow-white soft sand, beautiful sunset and warm bonfire will make your day-off unforgettable. The area is clean. All necessary amenities. A few restaurants around.
Long and spacious for everyone. Hard-packed sand is good for strolling and playing ball games. The campsites and food are overpriced. So better to bring your own.
A river-like reservoir rather than a sandy beach. Swimming is not allowed. Free and big parking. Numerous amenities and restaurants. Special areas for unleashed dogs.
Easily accessible white-sandy beach. Enough space for all. Wonderful option for a camping. All needed amenities, free Wi-Fi. Lockable gate provides safety at night.
Part of the lake surrounded by rocks. 300 paved and clean campsites with all facilities including a store. Small sandy beach, no lifeguards. Features a cliff jumping.
The place of choice for a family recreation. Rocky beach but the swimming area is separated by the barrier which makes it safer. Windy and good for sailing sports.
Remote, shallow and quiet beach, free of big waves. Perfect place for coming with your little ones. It will be also enjoyable for fishermen. Pier entrance is free.
Stunning blue water beach surrounded by oaks and junipers. Steepy trails make it hard to get. Skip it if you have kids or physically impaired. Amenities are limited.
Famous destination for free-spirited people. Offers a safe nudist atmosphere. Visitors should be over 18. No glass containers or bonfires. Wheelchair accessible.
The park offers both - a hiking trail and a beach access. Free parking but gets busy on weekends. A steep path leads to the beach which is inconvenient for many.
All year-round park. Hiking, biking, picnicking, camping are common activities here. The beach area features two boat ramps and a pier. Handicap accessible amenities.
Recently renovated park offers 18 campsites, restrooms facilities and picnic tables. Water fountains and paved sidewalks are refreshing for non-swimmers. No smoke.